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The InGear Ashdown Forest Frenzy 2015 (Event Cancelled) (Cancelled)

Cycle Sportive , Forest Row – Sunday, 04 Oct 2015

Registered Sportive

British Cycling Grading

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Event Summary

This event has been cancelled

Event Overview

InGear Cycles have teamed up with Velopace to create this epic late autumn sportive, a challenging ride based around the picturesque woodland scenery of the Ashdown Forest, the training ground of none other than Tour De France stage winner Sean Yates.

Choose between the short route of 30 miles, with 2,800 feet of climbing, or really test your legs over the long route – over 4,500 feet of climbing over 61 miles.

The long route is a punishing ride that takes on Kidds Hill at just 3 miles in, then Spring Hill at 15 miles and Black Hill at 22 miles. Some relief follows with an undulating 25 miles until the climb up to Wych Cross before the swift descent back to Forest Row. This sportive has everything you could possibly want from a demanding bike ride - apart from a pro to pedal your bike for you.

Event Details

Event URN:

376616

Start Date:

Sun, 4th Oct 2015

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

InGear Cycles, Lower Square, Forest Row, East Sussex, RH185HD
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Event promoted by:

In Gear Quickvit CC (website)

Event Website:

Visit Website

British Cycling Grading:

This event has been graded using data collected by Ride with GPS

About the Event

This event has been cancelled

The Rides

2
Short Route Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sun 04/10/15 07:30 1 laps / 48km / 30 miles 41 100
Entry: Online: (£20.00 + £1.00 Application fee), On Day: (£25.00)
Sun 04/10/15 – 07:30
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British Cycling Grading: 41 | Est. Field Size: 100
1 laps / 48km / 30 miles
3
Long Route Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sun 04/10/15 07:30 1 laps / 99km / 62 miles 139 100
Entry: Online: (£24.00 + £1.00 Application fee), On Day: (£30.00)
Sun 04/10/15 – 07:30
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British Cycling Grading: 139 | Est. Field Size: 100
1 laps / 99km / 62 miles

Event Summary

This event has been cancelled

Event Overview

InGear Cycles have teamed up with Velopace to create this epic late autumn sportive, a challenging ride based around the picturesque woodland scenery of the Ashdown Forest, the training ground of none other than Tour De France stage winner Sean Yates.

Choose between the short route of 30 miles, with 2,800 feet of climbing, or really test your legs over the long route – over 4,500 feet of climbing over 61 miles.

The long route is a punishing ride that takes on Kidds Hill at just 3 miles in, then Spring Hill at 15 miles and Black Hill at 22 miles. Some relief follows with an undulating 25 miles until the climb up to Wych Cross before the swift descent back to Forest Row. This sportive has everything you could possibly want from a demanding bike ride - apart from a pro to pedal your bike for you.

Event Details

Event URN:

376616

Start Date:

Sun, 4th Oct 2015

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

InGear Cycles, Lower Square, Forest Row, East Sussex, RH185HD
View map

Event promoted by:

In Gear Quickvit CC (website)

Event Website:

Visit Website

British Cycling Grading:

This event has been graded using data collected by Ride with GPS

About the Event

This event has been cancelled

The Rides

2
Short Route Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sun 04/10/15 07:30 1 laps / 48km / 30 miles 41 100
Entry: Online: (£20.00 + £1.00 Application fee), On Day: (£25.00)
Sun 04/10/15 – 07:30
2
British Cycling Grading: 41 | Est. Field Size: 100
1 laps / 48km / 30 miles
3
Long Route Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sun 04/10/15 07:30 1 laps / 99km / 62 miles 139 100
Entry: Online: (£24.00 + £1.00 Application fee), On Day: (£30.00)
Sun 04/10/15 – 07:30
3
British Cycling Grading: 139 | Est. Field Size: 100
1 laps / 99km / 62 miles

British Cycling Grading

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Registered Sportive

British Cycling Grading

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