The Tour de Moor

Cycle Sportive , Cumbria – Sunday, 18 Sep 2016

Event Summary

Event Overview

Starting at Cleator Moor town square riders head towards Egremont before following minor roads into the Ennerdale Valley passing through Ennerdale Bridge and heading to the first climb at Cauda Brow. After descending to Kirkland riders travel to Rowrah and then on towards Asby and the climb up to the summit of Steel Brow via Brownriggs

Following the road to Hensingham across Weddicar Rigg riders rejoin the main road travelling through Keekle and Cleator Moor town square before rejoining the A5086 at Wath Brow from where they head towards Frizington

After passing through Frizington riders make the climb up Steel Brow to rejoin the route above to travel back to Cleator Moor and the finish

The sportive is being supported by Copeland Borough and Cleator Moor Town Councils and forms part of the Copeland Cycling Festival  

Event Details

Event URN:

399301

Start Date:

Sun, 18th Sep 2016

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Cleator Moor Sports, Cleator Moor Sports Field, Cumbria, CA23 3EW
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Event Website:

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About the Event

Info for Riders

This short sportive has an approximate distance of 30 miles and will see riders start and finish on Cleator Moor town square. The sportive involves riding two different laps of the town. It is possible to finish after the first lap which is approximately 20 miles. The route has three short but steep climbs and is suitable for riders of all abilities.

The Rides

Tour de Moor Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 18/09/16 13:00 3 laps / 48km / 30 miles 100
Sun 18/09/16 – 13:00
Est. Field Size: 100
3 laps / 48km / 30 miles

Event Summary

Event Overview

Starting at Cleator Moor town square riders head towards Egremont before following minor roads into the Ennerdale Valley passing through Ennerdale Bridge and heading to the first climb at Cauda Brow. After descending to Kirkland riders travel to Rowrah and then on towards Asby and the climb up to the summit of Steel Brow via Brownriggs

Following the road to Hensingham across Weddicar Rigg riders rejoin the main road travelling through Keekle and Cleator Moor town square before rejoining the A5086 at Wath Brow from where they head towards Frizington

After passing through Frizington riders make the climb up Steel Brow to rejoin the route above to travel back to Cleator Moor and the finish

The sportive is being supported by Copeland Borough and Cleator Moor Town Councils and forms part of the Copeland Cycling Festival  

Event Details

Event URN:

399301

Start Date:

Sun, 18th Sep 2016

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Cleator Moor Sports, Cleator Moor Sports Field, Cumbria, CA23 3EW
View map

Cheques payable to:

enter online via British Cycling

Event Website:

Visit Website

About the Event

Info for Riders

This short sportive has an approximate distance of 30 miles and will see riders start and finish on Cleator Moor town square. The sportive involves riding two different laps of the town. It is possible to finish after the first lap which is approximately 20 miles. The route has three short but steep climbs and is suitable for riders of all abilities.

The Rides

Tour de Moor Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 18/09/16 13:00 3 laps / 48km / 30 miles 100
Sun 18/09/16 – 13:00
Est. Field Size: 100
3 laps / 48km / 30 miles

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