Big Reach Mountain Bike Charity Challenge Enduro

Offroad Endurance , Dorchester – Sunday, 29 Jun 2014

Event Summary

Event Overview

The Big Reach Mountain Bike Enduro Challenge is a tribute and memorial to ROYAL MARINE JAMES WRIGHT 42 COMMANDO who died following a attack on his base in Afghanistan August 2011. Staged to give off- road cycling enthusiasts, his friends and anyone willing to take on a challenge the chance to participate in a sport that was one of James’ favourite pastimes, and at the venue where he also enjoyed Moto X – another of his passions. This will be the third time this well received event has held and together with other events has helped raised £20,000 for the Royal Marine Charitable Trust Fund.

Event Details

Event URN:

341654

Start Date:

Sun, 29th Jun 2014

Event Type:

Offroad Endurance (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Rogers Hill Raceway, Rogers Hill Farm, Briantspuddle, Dorchester, Dorset, DT2 7HJ
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Cheques payable to:

Royal marines Charitable Trust Fund

Event Website:

Visit Website

About the Event

Info for Riders

The challenge is open to all levels of ability aged 12yrs upwards.The easy routes of the challenge could be done on a basic bicycle, a mountain bike is NOT essential. Riders have the choice to ride individually, as groups or in a relay sharing bikes. The aim is to complete as many laps as you can in the 2hrs allotted. You are free to mix and match the easy,challenge and extreme routes as you wish. You Do Not have to ride continuously for the 2hrs and can take a pit stop as and when need to, due to the compact nature of the course it is also so possible to take half lap pits stops.

The Rides

Big Reach Ride Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 29/06/14 11:00 --- --- 7km / 4 miles
Entry: Online: (£12.00 + £1.00 Application fee), Postal: (£12.00), On Day: (£15.00)
Sun 29/06/14 – 11:00
7km / 4 miles

Event Summary

Event Overview

The Big Reach Mountain Bike Enduro Challenge is a tribute and memorial to ROYAL MARINE JAMES WRIGHT 42 COMMANDO who died following a attack on his base in Afghanistan August 2011. Staged to give off- road cycling enthusiasts, his friends and anyone willing to take on a challenge the chance to participate in a sport that was one of James’ favourite pastimes, and at the venue where he also enjoyed Moto X – another of his passions. This will be the third time this well received event has held and together with other events has helped raised £20,000 for the Royal Marine Charitable Trust Fund.

Event Details

Event URN:

341654

Start Date:

Sun, 29th Jun 2014

Event Type:

Offroad Endurance (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Rogers Hill Raceway, Rogers Hill Farm, Briantspuddle, Dorchester, Dorset, DT2 7HJ
View map

Cheques payable to:

Royal marines Charitable Trust Fund

Event Website:

Visit Website

About the Event

Info for Riders

The challenge is open to all levels of ability aged 12yrs upwards.The easy routes of the challenge could be done on a basic bicycle, a mountain bike is NOT essential. Riders have the choice to ride individually, as groups or in a relay sharing bikes. The aim is to complete as many laps as you can in the 2hrs allotted. You are free to mix and match the easy,challenge and extreme routes as you wish. You Do Not have to ride continuously for the 2hrs and can take a pit stop as and when need to, due to the compact nature of the course it is also so possible to take half lap pits stops.

The Rides

Big Reach Ride Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 29/06/14 11:00 --- --- 7km / 4 miles
Entry: Online: (£12.00 + £1.00 Application fee), Postal: (£12.00), On Day: (£15.00)
Sun 29/06/14 – 11:00
7km / 4 miles

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