Bewdley Bike Week Sportive

Cycle Sportive , Bewdley – Monday, 25 May 2015

Event Summary

Event Overview

Overspoke Bikes and Bewdley Outdoor are working together to bring you the first ever Bewdley Bike Week, a whole week of all things bikes!!

As part of the week, Step Out MTB Coaching are hosting an on road cycle sportive that starts and finishes at St George's Hall, Bewdley.

From Bewdley, the route will head up towards Kinlet, skirting the top of the Wyre Forest.  Then crossing the border into Shropshire, you'll head through Bagginswood, Oreton and Farlow before sweeping down to Cleobury Mortimer and then out towards Abberley and running back into Bewdley to finish.

The Sportive is just the start of a whole week of sessions and things to do that involve you and your bikes, so check out the website and keep up to date with the timetable.  The week site in the children's half term week, and as a result there are LOADS of things to do for your kids as well.  So head over to Bewdley for a whole week of all things bikes!!

Event Details

Event URN:

376274

Start Date:

Mon, 25th May 2015

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

St George's Hall, Load Street, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12 2EQ

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Cheques payable to:

Step Out Outdoor Learning T & T CIC

About the Event

Info for Riders

A 35 mile Sportive ride that starts from St George's Hall, Bewdley and takes you though the Wyre Forest and out through some small Shropshire villages, before heading back into Worcestershire and sweeping back into Bewdley. Arrive at 1.30/2.00pm for a 2.00/2.30pm set off, and the £15 entry fee will also get you a ticket to the evenings film screening of "The Bicycle" that will be shown in the evening at the same venue; St George's Hall. Tea, coffee and biscuits will also be on hand for your consumption both before and after the event!

The Rides

Bewdley Bike Week Sportive Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Mon 25/05/15 13:00 56km / 35 miles ---
Entry: Postal: (£15.00), On Day: (£17.50)
Mon 25/05/15 – 13:00

Event Summary

Event Overview

Overspoke Bikes and Bewdley Outdoor are working together to bring you the first ever Bewdley Bike Week, a whole week of all things bikes!!

As part of the week, Step Out MTB Coaching are hosting an on road cycle sportive that starts and finishes at St George's Hall, Bewdley.

From Bewdley, the route will head up towards Kinlet, skirting the top of the Wyre Forest.  Then crossing the border into Shropshire, you'll head through Bagginswood, Oreton and Farlow before sweeping down to Cleobury Mortimer and then out towards Abberley and running back into Bewdley to finish.

The Sportive is just the start of a whole week of sessions and things to do that involve you and your bikes, so check out the website and keep up to date with the timetable.  The week site in the children's half term week, and as a result there are LOADS of things to do for your kids as well.  So head over to Bewdley for a whole week of all things bikes!!

Event Details

Event URN:

376274

Start Date:

Mon, 25th May 2015

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

St George's Hall, Load Street, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12 2EQ

View map

Cheques payable to:

Step Out Outdoor Learning T & T CIC

About the Event

Info for Riders

A 35 mile Sportive ride that starts from St George's Hall, Bewdley and takes you though the Wyre Forest and out through some small Shropshire villages, before heading back into Worcestershire and sweeping back into Bewdley. Arrive at 1.30/2.00pm for a 2.00/2.30pm set off, and the £15 entry fee will also get you a ticket to the evenings film screening of "The Bicycle" that will be shown in the evening at the same venue; St George's Hall. Tea, coffee and biscuits will also be on hand for your consumption both before and after the event!

The Rides

Bewdley Bike Week Sportive Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Mon 25/05/15 13:00 56km / 35 miles ---
Entry: Postal: (£15.00), On Day: (£17.50)
Mon 25/05/15 – 13:00

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