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Safari Sportive

Cycle Sportive , Hythe – Sunday, 21 May 2017

Registered Sportive

British Cycling Grading

2
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Challenging

Event Summary

Event Overview

The Safari Sportive is a truly special event, starting inside Port Lympne Reserve right next to the Lion Enclosure and Black Rhino Paddocks.  The route takes you past more amazing animals as you follow the road across the top of the park.

Leaving the reserve you begins the 90km journey around the marshes passing through Dymchurch, Camber and Rye. Part of your entry fee for this event will be donated to The Aspinall Foundation.

Event details:

  • Event Date: 21 May 2017
  • Venue: Port Lympne Reserve, Hythe, Kent
  • Start Time: 8:30am
  • Distance: 90km
  • Price: £30
  • Difficulty Level: 2/5

Route information:

Starting inside Port Lympne reserve the route leaves the park and descends down on the flat of the marshes. First heading to Dymchurch, then New Romney, Dungeness, Lyd and Camber before arriving in Rye.

The course then becomes undulating as it rolls across the hills of Wittersham and Tenterden and Woodchurch. As with all our events we finish on a climb up to back up to Port Lympne Reserve.

Event Details

Event URN:

406880

Start Date:

Sun, 21st May 2017

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Port Lympne, Aldington Rd, Lympne, Hythe, Kent, CT21 4LR

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Event Website:

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British Cycling Grading:

This event has been graded using data collected by British Cycling Mapping

About the Event

The Rides

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The Safari Sportive Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sun 21/05/17 08:30 1 laps / 90km / 56 miles 54 500
Entry: Online: (£25.00 + £1.00 Application fee)
Sun 21/05/17 – 08:30
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British Cycling Grading: 54 | Est. Field Size: 500
1 laps / 90km / 56 miles

Event Summary

Event Overview

The Safari Sportive is a truly special event, starting inside Port Lympne Reserve right next to the Lion Enclosure and Black Rhino Paddocks.  The route takes you past more amazing animals as you follow the road across the top of the park.

Leaving the reserve you begins the 90km journey around the marshes passing through Dymchurch, Camber and Rye. Part of your entry fee for this event will be donated to The Aspinall Foundation.

Event details:

  • Event Date: 21 May 2017
  • Venue: Port Lympne Reserve, Hythe, Kent
  • Start Time: 8:30am
  • Distance: 90km
  • Price: £30
  • Difficulty Level: 2/5

Route information:

Starting inside Port Lympne reserve the route leaves the park and descends down on the flat of the marshes. First heading to Dymchurch, then New Romney, Dungeness, Lyd and Camber before arriving in Rye.

The course then becomes undulating as it rolls across the hills of Wittersham and Tenterden and Woodchurch. As with all our events we finish on a climb up to back up to Port Lympne Reserve.

Event Details

Event URN:

406880

Start Date:

Sun, 21st May 2017

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Port Lympne, Aldington Rd, Lympne, Hythe, Kent, CT21 4LR

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 British Cycling Mapping

About the Event

The Rides

2
The Safari Sportive Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sun 21/05/17 08:30 1 laps / 90km / 56 miles 54 500
Entry: Online: (£25.00 + £1.00 Application fee)
Sun 21/05/17 – 08:30
2
British Cycling Grading: 54 | Est. Field Size: 500
1 laps / 90km / 56 miles

British Cycling Grading

2
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Challenging
Registered Sportive

British Cycling Grading

2
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Challenging

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