Etape D'Acier - The Steel Stage Sportive

Cycle Sportive , Sheffield – Saturday, 05 Jul 2014

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Registered Sportive

Event Summary

Event Overview

This is your chance to ride a route that takes in parts of Stage 2 of this years Tour de France. Departing from High Bradfield you will take in iconic climbs including Holme Moss and the legendary Strines Valley which is full of enchanted lanes, leading to some very sharp climbs. Full route here.

This event forms part of a weekend of Steel Stage events, post ride refreshments will be available at the HQ, with all entrants being given exclusive access to watch Stage 1 live on a Big Screen. A souvenir bag full of goodies will be awarded to each rider to make your ride one to remember.

A refreshing drinks option and food will also be available as part of the entry fee. A percentage of the event proceeds will be donated to Marie Curie Cancer Care and Sheffield Children's Hospital. 

This is a non competitive sportive ride and entrants won't be timed. GPX files and route sheets will be sent out in advance to all entrants.

The HQ is based just outside High Bradfield which situated 7 miles north west of Sheffield.  

HQ Address:
Etape D'Acier, Kirk Edge Road, High Bradfield, Sheffield S6 6RU 

Map Link Here.

For further information please see the event website.

Event Details

Event URN:

335487

Start Date:

Sat, 5th Jul 2014

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Etape D'Acier - Steel Stage Sportive, High Bradfield, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S6 6LG
View map

Cheques payable to:

Andrew Elston

Event promoted by:

Langsett Cycles RT (website)

Event Website:

Visit Website

About the Event

Info for Riders

This is your chance to ride a route that takes in parts of Stage 2 of this years Tour de France. Departing from High Bradfield you will take in iconic climbs including Holme Moss and the legendary Strines Valley which is full of enchanted lanes, leading to some very sharp climbs. This event forms part of a weekend of Steel Stage events, post ride refreshments will be available at the HQ, with all entrants being given exclusive access to watch Stage 1 live on a Big Screen. A souvenir bag full of goodies will be awarded to each rider to make your ride one to remember. A refreshing drinks option and food will also be available as part of the entry fee. A percentage of the event proceeds will be donated to Marie Curie Cancer Care and Sheffield Children's Hospital. This is a non competitive sportive ride and entrants won't be timed. GPX files and route sheets will be sent out in advance to all entrants. The HQ is based just outside High Bradfield which situated 7 miles north west of Sheffield.

The Rides

Etape D'Acier - The Steel Stage Sportive Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sat 05/07/14 08:00 04 hr / 80km / 50 miles 100
Sat 05/07/14 – 08:00
Est. Field Size: 100
04 hr / 80km / 50 miles

Event Summary

Event Overview

This is your chance to ride a route that takes in parts of Stage 2 of this years Tour de France. Departing from High Bradfield you will take in iconic climbs including Holme Moss and the legendary Strines Valley which is full of enchanted lanes, leading to some very sharp climbs. Full route here.

This event forms part of a weekend of Steel Stage events, post ride refreshments will be available at the HQ, with all entrants being given exclusive access to watch Stage 1 live on a Big Screen. A souvenir bag full of goodies will be awarded to each rider to make your ride one to remember.

A refreshing drinks option and food will also be available as part of the entry fee. A percentage of the event proceeds will be donated to Marie Curie Cancer Care and Sheffield Children's Hospital. 

This is a non competitive sportive ride and entrants won't be timed. GPX files and route sheets will be sent out in advance to all entrants.

The HQ is based just outside High Bradfield which situated 7 miles north west of Sheffield.  

HQ Address:
Etape D'Acier, Kirk Edge Road, High Bradfield, Sheffield S6 6RU 

Map Link Here.

For further information please see the event website.

Event Details

Event URN:

335487

Start Date:

Sat, 5th Jul 2014

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Etape D'Acier - Steel Stage Sportive, High Bradfield, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S6 6LG
View map

Cheques payable to:

Andrew Elston

Event promoted by:

Langsett Cycles RT (website)

Event Website:

Visit Website

About the Event

Info for Riders

This is your chance to ride a route that takes in parts of Stage 2 of this years Tour de France. Departing from High Bradfield you will take in iconic climbs including Holme Moss and the legendary Strines Valley which is full of enchanted lanes, leading to some very sharp climbs. This event forms part of a weekend of Steel Stage events, post ride refreshments will be available at the HQ, with all entrants being given exclusive access to watch Stage 1 live on a Big Screen. A souvenir bag full of goodies will be awarded to each rider to make your ride one to remember. A refreshing drinks option and food will also be available as part of the entry fee. A percentage of the event proceeds will be donated to Marie Curie Cancer Care and Sheffield Children's Hospital. This is a non competitive sportive ride and entrants won't be timed. GPX files and route sheets will be sent out in advance to all entrants. The HQ is based just outside High Bradfield which situated 7 miles north west of Sheffield.

The Rides

Etape D'Acier - The Steel Stage Sportive Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sat 05/07/14 08:00 04 hr / 80km / 50 miles 100
Sat 05/07/14 – 08:00
Est. Field Size: 100
04 hr / 80km / 50 miles

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