There is something for riders of all levels of fitness and experience. The 59 mile route is ideal for those new to cycling and cyclo-sportives, but still hard enough to provide a personal challenge. For completely new riders there is now a 21 mile option which is less hilly than the other routes. The toughest challenges come from the 100 and 75 mile options, which features the most picturesque lanes and villages the area has to offer. Taking in not only Rutland but neighbouring Lincolnshire, Leicestershire and Northamptonshire, the long route has almost 5000 feet of climbing and includes views of Rutland Water, the Vale of Belvoir, Belvoir Castle, Eyebrook Reservoir and the impressive Harringworth Viaduct.
All routes except the shortest have a feedstation, with two on the 100 mile route. The event is affiliated to Hope Against Cancer. Contact them to raise money for cancer research and join their ever growing group of fundraising riders.
Join over 1000 riders on Saturday 26th April 2014 at the Dare 2b Rutland CiCLE Tour. Choose from four routes on Rutland’s original and best sportive, all starting at Giant Store Rutland on the picturesque south shore of Rutland Water.
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