The BOB (Battle of Bradfield) 2017

Cycle Sportive , Sheffield – Sunday, 19 Mar 2017

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Registered Sportive

Event Summary

Event Overview

Tackle the roads and hill climbs in the Bradfield/Stannington/Sheffield area as used on the 2014 Tour de France.

** LATE ENTRIES ** When online entries close please text 07970 278085 or email info@darkandwhite.co.uk for details.

This is a challenging short sportive with ride options of 67km/41 miles and 37km/23 miles with plenty of climbing involved.

On each route expect:

  • A clearly signed/arrowed route
  • A feed-station providing juice, water, gels/bars and fruit
  • Colour route map provided including emergency numbers
  • SPORTident chip timing for an instant post-event time
  • Refreshments at the finish 
  • Gold, silver and bronze awards based on your finishing time. Separate women award times

Registration opens at 7.30am - set off riding at any time between 7.45 and 9.45am.

A fully comprehensive pre-event road book including route details, timings, technical climb information, course planners comments etc is on this link https://darkwhitecycling.co.uk/sportives/battle-of-bradfield/

Long route: 67km includes Tour de France Cat climbs of Oughtibridge, Midhopestones and Bradfield. Click here to view the route on Ride with GPS

Short route: 37km Click here to view the route on Ride with GPS

Event Details

Event URN:

402805

Start Date:

Sun, 19th Mar 2017

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

The Lomas Hall, Stannington, Sheffield, S6 6DB
View map

Cheques payable to:

enter online via British Cycling

About the Event

Info for Riders

** LATE ENTRIES ** When online entries close please text 07970 278085 or email info@darkandwhite.co.uk for details.

Tackle the roads and hill climbs in the Bradfield/Stannington/Sheffield area as principally used on the 2014 Tour de France. This is a tough/challenging short sportive mostly on super-smooth tarmac with ride options of 67km and 37km with approx 1700m and 900m of ascent respectively. The long route has 10 climbs in total including Oughtibridge, Midhopestones, Canyard's, Bradfield and Dungworth; the shorter route has 4 climbs. The comprehensive road book for this years event including route details/profiles, technical climb information, timings etc can be seen here http://darkwhitecycling.co.uk/battle-of-bradfield/ 

The Rides

67km Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 19/03/17 08:00 1 laps / 67km / 42 miles 250
Entry: Postal: (£22.50), On Day: (£25.50)
Sun 19/03/17 – 08:00
Est. Field Size: 250
1 laps / 67km / 42 miles
37km Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 19/03/17 08:00 1 laps / 37km / 23 miles 50
Entry: Postal: (£17.50), On Day: (£20.50)
Sun 19/03/17 – 08:00
Est. Field Size: 50
1 laps / 37km / 23 miles

Event Summary

Event Overview

Tackle the roads and hill climbs in the Bradfield/Stannington/Sheffield area as used on the 2014 Tour de France.

** LATE ENTRIES ** When online entries close please text 07970 278085 or email info@darkandwhite.co.uk for details.

This is a challenging short sportive with ride options of 67km/41 miles and 37km/23 miles with plenty of climbing involved.

On each route expect:

  • A clearly signed/arrowed route
  • A feed-station providing juice, water, gels/bars and fruit
  • Colour route map provided including emergency numbers
  • SPORTident chip timing for an instant post-event time
  • Refreshments at the finish 
  • Gold, silver and bronze awards based on your finishing time. Separate women award times

Registration opens at 7.30am - set off riding at any time between 7.45 and 9.45am.

A fully comprehensive pre-event road book including route details, timings, technical climb information, course planners comments etc is on this link https://darkwhitecycling.co.uk/sportives/battle-of-bradfield/

Long route: 67km includes Tour de France Cat climbs of Oughtibridge, Midhopestones and Bradfield. Click here to view the route on Ride with GPS

Short route: 37km Click here to view the route on Ride with GPS

Event Details

Event URN:

402805

Start Date:

Sun, 19th Mar 2017

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

The Lomas Hall, Stannington, Sheffield, S6 6DB
View map

Cheques payable to:

enter online via British Cycling

About the Event

Info for Riders

** LATE ENTRIES ** When online entries close please text 07970 278085 or email info@darkandwhite.co.uk for details.

Tackle the roads and hill climbs in the Bradfield/Stannington/Sheffield area as principally used on the 2014 Tour de France. This is a tough/challenging short sportive mostly on super-smooth tarmac with ride options of 67km and 37km with approx 1700m and 900m of ascent respectively. The long route has 10 climbs in total including Oughtibridge, Midhopestones, Canyard's, Bradfield and Dungworth; the shorter route has 4 climbs. The comprehensive road book for this years event including route details/profiles, technical climb information, timings etc can be seen here http://darkwhitecycling.co.uk/battle-of-bradfield/ 

The Rides

67km Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 19/03/17 08:00 1 laps / 67km / 42 miles 250
Entry: Postal: (£22.50), On Day: (£25.50)
Sun 19/03/17 – 08:00
Est. Field Size: 250
1 laps / 67km / 42 miles
37km Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 19/03/17 08:00 1 laps / 37km / 23 miles 50
Entry: Postal: (£17.50), On Day: (£20.50)
Sun 19/03/17 – 08:00
Est. Field Size: 50
1 laps / 37km / 23 miles

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