Type: Cyclo Sportive (non competitive).
HQ Venue: Bourne Grammar School, South Street, Bourne, Peterborough PE10 9JE
Routes: Ride distances of 50, 70 and 100 miles, GPS device links available.
Car parking: Within school grounds - Free of charge.
Registration Opens at 7.00am, free tea & coffee available.
Ride start time: Staged from 7:45am, 100 mile route followed by the 70 & 50 mile.
Refreshment stops: 3 feed stations on route with energy drinks, gels, cakes and fruit.
Rider insurance: British cycling will be our insurer for this event.
Event entry system: On-line (via British Cycling) and postal entries
Entry fee all distances: On-line £15.00 (+ £1.00 fee British cycling) or postal £15.00
Late entry fee on the day: On the Day £18.00 (subject to places being available).
Online pre-entry allows you to place this event on your calendar and guarantee your place. Just arrive on the day and collect your entry pack without the hassle of filling in forms and paying an extra admin fee. We may have to close registration on the day if the event reaches its capacity so it is best to pre enter on-line to avoid disappointment.
Matt Thanks to all concerned making it one of the best sportives I have attended.Think the start was a lot better and felt a lot less congested. The course was challenging enough - shame about the wind, All helpers were upbeat and the feed station welcomes were just right Thanks again & will look forward to next year.
Darren I just wanted to say we thought the new starting system worked really well today. We were really impressed how quickly the line moved and we were able to get started. Here's a write-up which I did for our blog which you might find interesting: longstantonwheelers blog Thanks for organising yet another great event. We're pleased that local charities benefit from this too. We'll certainly be back for more next year.
Paul Many thanks to you and your team for a great day out last Sunday. That was a splendid route - I've never seen Grimsthorpe Castle before and I enjoyed everything the wind, the threatening rain, the sunshine, and a welcome cup of tea when I got back to Marholm. Thanks again to all concerned