Sheffield-Esteli Society Bike Ride

Cycle Sportive , Sheffield – Sunday, 15 May 2016

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Registered Sportive

Event Summary

Event Overview

Annual bike ride of 10, 20 or 50 miles from Hallamshire Squash and Tennis Club, Ecclesall road, Sheffield, into Derbyshire and back, raising money for Esteli in Northern Nicaragua, which has been Sheffield's twin town for nearly 30 years. The Society has raised funds for a wide range of projects from drinking water to education.

Marshalling points with refreshments.

Mobile marshalls.

Event Details

Event URN:

391897

Start Date:

Sun, 15th May 2016

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Hallamshire Squash & Tennis Club, 716 Ecclleshall Road, Sheffield, S11 8TA
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Event Website:

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About the Event

Info for Riders

Cycle through Derbyshire for 10, 20 or 50 miles and raise money for youth projects in Esteli, our twin town in Nicaragua. Choose the bike ride to suit your ability or mood: 20 miles through Ringinglow, Hathersage and Burbage or 50 carrying on from Hathersage to Abney, Tideswell, Perryfoot, Mam Tor, Edale, Hope, Yorkshire Bridge, Stanage and Burbage. 10 mile ride goes through Endcliffe Park and Porter Brook to the Alpaca Farm at Ringinglow and back via Forge Dam. Long rides start between 0800 and 0900, 10 mile from 0900 to 1000. Refreshments at the marshalling points and lunch stop at Edale. Individuals £15, Concessions and Under 16s £7, Children £5 or £3 if sponsored.

The Rides

10mile Route Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 15/05/16 09:00 16km / 10 miles ---
Entry:
Sun 15/05/16 – 09:00
16km / 10 miles
20mile Route Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 15/05/16 08:00 32km / 20 miles 50
Entry: On Day: (£12.00)
Sun 15/05/16 – 08:00
Est. Field Size: 50
32km / 20 miles
50mile Route Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 15/05/16 08:00 80km / 50 miles ---
Entry:
Sun 15/05/16 – 08:00
80km / 50 miles

Event Summary

Event Overview

Annual bike ride of 10, 20 or 50 miles from Hallamshire Squash and Tennis Club, Ecclesall road, Sheffield, into Derbyshire and back, raising money for Esteli in Northern Nicaragua, which has been Sheffield's twin town for nearly 30 years. The Society has raised funds for a wide range of projects from drinking water to education.

Marshalling points with refreshments.

Mobile marshalls.

Event Details

Event URN:

391897

Start Date:

Sun, 15th May 2016

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Hallamshire Squash & Tennis Club, 716 Ecclleshall Road, Sheffield, S11 8TA
View map

Event Website:

Visit Website

About the Event

Info for Riders

Cycle through Derbyshire for 10, 20 or 50 miles and raise money for youth projects in Esteli, our twin town in Nicaragua. Choose the bike ride to suit your ability or mood: 20 miles through Ringinglow, Hathersage and Burbage or 50 carrying on from Hathersage to Abney, Tideswell, Perryfoot, Mam Tor, Edale, Hope, Yorkshire Bridge, Stanage and Burbage. 10 mile ride goes through Endcliffe Park and Porter Brook to the Alpaca Farm at Ringinglow and back via Forge Dam. Long rides start between 0800 and 0900, 10 mile from 0900 to 1000. Refreshments at the marshalling points and lunch stop at Edale. Individuals £15, Concessions and Under 16s £7, Children £5 or £3 if sponsored.

The Rides

10mile Route Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 15/05/16 09:00 16km / 10 miles ---
Entry:
Sun 15/05/16 – 09:00
16km / 10 miles
20mile Route Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 15/05/16 08:00 32km / 20 miles 50
Entry: On Day: (£12.00)
Sun 15/05/16 – 08:00
Est. Field Size: 50
32km / 20 miles
50mile Route Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 15/05/16 08:00 80km / 50 miles ---
Entry:
Sun 15/05/16 – 08:00
80km / 50 miles

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