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The Peak Epic Sportive 2016

Cycle Sportive , Bakewell – Sunday, 05 Jun 2016

Registered Sportive

British Cycling Grading

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Event Summary

Event Overview

**27/5/16 - EVENT FULL - SORRY BUT NO ENTRIES ON THE DAY WILL BE AVAILABLE**

The inaugural PEAK EPIC in 2013 set a new benchmark for a hard Peak District sportive, the 2014 & 2015 events confirmed it as one of, if not, the UK’s toughest Grand Fondo’s up there with the Dragon Ride and the Fred Whitton.

For all event details/entries etc see http://darkwhitecycling.co.uk/sportives/peak-epic/

The truly epic long route ascends 4000m (>13000ft) in just 165km (103 miles) across the full breadth of Peak District taking in the; Hope Valley, Edale, Chapel-en-le-Frith, The Goyt Valley/Cat & Fiddle, Macclesfield Forest, Axe Edge, Longnor and finally Lathkill Dale.

The PEAK EPIC will take you over roads you never knew existed and away from the traffic filled major roads.

In addition to the long route there is a Medium and Short route – for full route details please click here

The ride starts and finishes from Lady Manners School in the beautiful Peak District market town of Bakewell.

A Dark & White Cycling Sportive.

**27/5/16 - EVENT FULL - SORRY BUT NO ENTRIES ON THE DAY WILL BE AVAILABLE**

Event Details

Event URN:

383765

Start Date:

Sun, 5th Jun 2016

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Lady Manners School, Shutts Lane, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1JA
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Event Website:

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Other Events:

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British Cycling Grading:

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

About the Event

Info for Riders

This event is organised by Dark & White Events (originally established 1996) who also bring you The Matlock Top Ten, The Igloo, The Battle of Bradfield (BOB) and The Buxton Spa sportives. As experienced cyclists ourselves we know exactly what we like to see at an event and we specialise in ensuring that all sportive participants achieve the best possible overall cycling experience.

The Rides

5
165km Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sun 05/06/16 08:00 165km / 103 miles 660 200
Entry: Postal: (£30.00), On Day: (£33.00)
Sun 05/06/16 – 08:00
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British Cycling Grading: 660 | Est. Field Size: 200
165km / 103 miles
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100km Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sun 05/06/16 08:00 100km / 62 miles 223 100
Entry: Postal: (£25.00), On Day: (£28.00)
Sun 05/06/16 – 08:00
3
British Cycling Grading: 223 | Est. Field Size: 100
100km / 62 miles
2
60km Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sun 05/06/16 08:00 60km / 37 miles 81 50
Entry: Postal: (£22.50), On Day: (£25.50)
Sun 05/06/16 – 08:00
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British Cycling Grading: 81 | Est. Field Size: 50
60km / 37 miles

Event Summary

Event Overview

**27/5/16 - EVENT FULL - SORRY BUT NO ENTRIES ON THE DAY WILL BE AVAILABLE**

The inaugural PEAK EPIC in 2013 set a new benchmark for a hard Peak District sportive, the 2014 & 2015 events confirmed it as one of, if not, the UK’s toughest Grand Fondo’s up there with the Dragon Ride and the Fred Whitton.

For all event details/entries etc see http://darkwhitecycling.co.uk/sportives/peak-epic/

The truly epic long route ascends 4000m (>13000ft) in just 165km (103 miles) across the full breadth of Peak District taking in the; Hope Valley, Edale, Chapel-en-le-Frith, The Goyt Valley/Cat & Fiddle, Macclesfield Forest, Axe Edge, Longnor and finally Lathkill Dale.

The PEAK EPIC will take you over roads you never knew existed and away from the traffic filled major roads.

In addition to the long route there is a Medium and Short route – for full route details please click here

The ride starts and finishes from Lady Manners School in the beautiful Peak District market town of Bakewell.

A Dark & White Cycling Sportive.

**27/5/16 - EVENT FULL - SORRY BUT NO ENTRIES ON THE DAY WILL BE AVAILABLE**

Event Details

Event URN:

383765

Start Date:

Sun, 5th Jun 2016

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Lady Manners School, Shutts Lane, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1JA
View map

Event Website:

Visit Website

Other Events:

View other events promoted by this organiser

British Cycling Grading:

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

About the Event

Info for Riders

This event is organised by Dark & White Events (originally established 1996) who also bring you The Matlock Top Ten, The Igloo, The Battle of Bradfield (BOB) and The Buxton Spa sportives. As experienced cyclists ourselves we know exactly what we like to see at an event and we specialise in ensuring that all sportive participants achieve the best possible overall cycling experience.

The Rides

5
165km Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sun 05/06/16 08:00 165km / 103 miles 660 200
Entry: Postal: (£30.00), On Day: (£33.00)
Sun 05/06/16 – 08:00
5
British Cycling Grading: 660 | Est. Field Size: 200
165km / 103 miles
3
100km Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sun 05/06/16 08:00 100km / 62 miles 223 100
Entry: Postal: (£25.00), On Day: (£28.00)
Sun 05/06/16 – 08:00
3
British Cycling Grading: 223 | Est. Field Size: 100
100km / 62 miles
2
60km Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sun 05/06/16 08:00 60km / 37 miles 81 50
Entry: Postal: (£22.50), On Day: (£25.50)
Sun 05/06/16 – 08:00
2
British Cycling Grading: 81 | Est. Field Size: 50
60km / 37 miles

British Cycling Grading

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