Great Dun Fell Cycle Sportive

Cycle Sportive , Cumbria – Sunday, 04 May 2014

Registered Sportive

Event Summary

Event Overview

Great Dun Fell Radar Station sits on almost the highest point of the Pennines and at 2,700 feet the tarmac road to the top is regarded as England's highest. By kind permission of the landowners Sport in Action is delighted to promote this event giving cyclists the opportunity for a mountain top finish like the grand tours! Before the climb participants will be able to enjoy 60 or so undulating miles through the beautiful Eden Valley as well as skirting the edge of the Lake District. The event will be used to raise money for Cancer Research, with Sport in Action donating a proportion of each entry fee to the charity.

Event Details

Event URN:

303460

Start Date:

Sun, 4th May 2014

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Appleby Sports Centre, Appleby, Cumbria, CA16 6XU
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Event Website:

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About the Event

Info for Riders

A sixty-three mile route finishing with the iconic climb to The Great Dun Fell Radar Station (the ascent is approximately 5 miles). Included in the entry fee is a fully marked route, overall time plus individual time for the climb, half way feed, refreshments at event HQ, technical support and donation to charity.

The Rides

Great Dun Fell Cycle Sportive Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 04/05/14 08:00 04 hr / plus 1 laps / 101km / 63 miles 200
Entry: Online: (£23.00), On Day: (£25.00)
Sun 04/05/14 – 08:00
Est. Field Size: 200
04 hr / plus 1 laps / 101km / 63 miles

Event Summary

Event Overview

Great Dun Fell Radar Station sits on almost the highest point of the Pennines and at 2,700 feet the tarmac road to the top is regarded as England's highest. By kind permission of the landowners Sport in Action is delighted to promote this event giving cyclists the opportunity for a mountain top finish like the grand tours! Before the climb participants will be able to enjoy 60 or so undulating miles through the beautiful Eden Valley as well as skirting the edge of the Lake District. The event will be used to raise money for Cancer Research, with Sport in Action donating a proportion of each entry fee to the charity.

Event Details

Event URN:

303460

Start Date:

Sun, 4th May 2014

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Appleby Sports Centre, Appleby, Cumbria, CA16 6XU
View map

Event Website:

Visit Website

Cheques payable to:

-

About the Event

Info for Riders

A sixty-three mile route finishing with the iconic climb to The Great Dun Fell Radar Station (the ascent is approximately 5 miles). Included in the entry fee is a fully marked route, overall time plus individual time for the climb, half way feed, refreshments at event HQ, technical support and donation to charity.

The Rides

Great Dun Fell Cycle Sportive Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 04/05/14 08:00 04 hr / plus 1 laps / 101km / 63 miles 200
Entry: Online: (£23.00), On Day: (£25.00)
Sun 04/05/14 – 08:00
Est. Field Size: 200
04 hr / plus 1 laps / 101km / 63 miles

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