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Cycle Sportive , Richmond – Friday, 14 Apr 2017

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Event Summary

Event Overview

Event Includes

  • Rider Public Liability Insurance
  • FREE On-site Parking
  • Mechanical Support
  • Pick-up Vehicle
  • Medical Support
  • Full Route Marking
  • Feed Stops En-route
  • State of the art Electronic Chip Timing with Live Finish Results
  • Full Results on our Website
  • Hot Cross Bun & Warm Drink at the Finish
  • On Site Catering
  • FREE Event Photography
  • Retail Opportunities at Triology Multi Sport Solutions

Distance: There are two distances to choose from

  • The LONG GOOD FRIDAY 90 miles
  • The SHORT GOOD FRIDAY53 miles

Event Details

Event URN:

407147

Start Date:

Fri, 14th Apr 2017

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Ellerton Park, Scorton, Richmond, North Yorkshire, DL10 6AP
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British Cycling Grading:

This event has been graded using data collected by Garmin

Times

Provisional Times

Ride The Long Good Friday

Bib Name Start Time Finish Time Time
37 Adrian Sell 08:00:46 14:51:28 06:50:41
17 Ailish Graham 08:30:20 15:18:08 06:47:47
30 Alan Mackay 08:01:24 16:40:06 08:38:41
38 Andrew Smith 08:09:05 14:41:48 06:32:43
11 Andy Cosgrove 08:16:23 14:35:53 06:19:29
27 Brett Lambert 08:22:15 15:18:09 06:55:54
1 bryan astill 08:52:26 16:22:37 07:30:10
36 Chris Petch 08:08:36 13:40:55 05:32:18
4 Claire Burns 08:37:33 17:33:47 08:56:13
21 Dan Halladay 08:16:00 15:03:23 06:47:23
26 David Lake 08:52:24 16:22:37 07:30:13
42 David Wilkin 08:16:00 15:06:52 06:50:51
28 James Laughton 08:01:18 14:33:31 06:32:12
33 James McGarry 08:37:35 17:33:47 08:56:12
7 Jamie Carey 08:22:50 15:18:09 06:55:18
34 John McNeill 08:01:04 14:33:33 06:32:28
44 Karen Wyndham-Webb 08:01:03 16:19:05 08:18:02
87 Lee Rukin 08:52:23 16:22:32 07:30:09
41 Lesley Watson 08:38:06 17:33:47 08:55:40
25 Luke Jordan 08:30:20 15:18:45 06:48:24
43 Lynda Wilson 08:16:07 15:06:51 06:50:44
12 Mark Cousins 08:36:46 15:13:43 06:36:57
13 Mark Covell 08:00:51 13:46:38 05:45:46
14 Martin Curren 08:08:42 16:18:06 08:09:24
10 Martyn Cooper 08:00:52 13:38:32 05:37:39
19 Nicola Green 08:16:01 14:35:52 06:19:51
35 Peter Milburn 08:22:15 15:18:08 06:55:52
2 Richard Barlow 08:08:55 14:59:20 06:50:25
39 Richard Starrs 08:52:25 16:22:38 07:30:12
20 Stephan Gross 08:08:40 16:19:16 08:10:35
40 Thomas Thompson 08:00:48 13:55:03 05:54:15
23 Tom Ingledew 08:52:24 16:22:38 07:30:14
24 Vincent Irwin 08:00:49 14:33:31 06:32:42
31 Zoe Mackay 08:01:30 16:40:12 08:38:42

Ride The Short Good Friday

Bib Name Start Time Finish Time Time
84 Andrea Windram 08:37:40 13:03:34 04:25:53
18 Andy Grasby 09:00:00 11:58:36 02:58:36
78 Ben Smith 08:36:43 12:28:25 03:51:41
50 Billy Conlin 08:36:42 12:40:25 04:03:43
82 Camilla Waugh 08:55:57 13:32:23 04:36:25
65 Christina McCarroll 08:56:00 13:32:23 04:36:22
49 David Chapman 08:36:41 12:28:24 03:51:43
16 Dawn Elliott 08:30:31 12:41:02 04:10:30
64 Edward Longstaff 08:17:05 13:51:35 05:34:29
83 Garry Whitwick 08:30:22 13:00:38 04:30:15
81 Graeme Walton 08:22:47 12:37:46 04:14:59
86 Graeme Wright 08:52:42 14:23:44 05:31:02
51 Helena Conlin 08:16:07 12:11:09 03:55:02
57 James Dickson 08:08:35 11:08:59 03:00:23
77 Jason Ruck 08:36:45 11:52:28 03:15:43
56 Jayne DIckens 08:22:48 12:37:46 04:14:57
59 Jenny Glossop 08:52:42 14:23:45 05:31:03
8 John Clarke 08:07:57 13:44:16 05:36:19
80 John Van Hoogstraten 08:08:51 12:50:02 04:41:10
48 Jon Blyth 08:08:44 12:49:49 04:41:05
53 Jonathon Cubello 08:08:43 12:51:21 04:42:38
58 Justin Folbigg 08:01:02 13:03:57 05:02:54
74 Kathryn Ramsden 08:17:11 13:51:34 05:34:23
66 Katie McCormack 08:16:46 12:44:55 04:28:09
60 kerry gowland 08:16:40 12:55:26 04:38:45
69 Laureen Morris 08:08:54 12:39:19 04:30:25
62 Linda Hayles 08:22:51 13:24:59 05:02:07
76 Lindsay Rodgers 08:22:53 13:25:02 05:02:08
67 Luke McCormack 08:16:44 12:44:57 04:28:13
71 Mark Nile 08:16:04 12:34:01 04:17:57
72 Mark O'Connell 08:36:42 12:40:29 04:03:46
73 Mark Preston 08:22:49 12:37:47 04:14:58
47 Martin Barton 08:22:16 12:58:48 04:36:31
63 Marzena Klapa 08:16:35 12:55:27 04:38:51
22 Melanie Haughan 08:30:31 12:41:02 04:10:31
45 Nick Zissler 09:00:00 11:58:36 02:58:36
54 Nicola Darragh 08:08:53 12:39:19 04:30:25
68 Paul McGee 08:36:43 12:40:28 04:03:44
61 Robert Haw 08:36:41 12:40:20 04:03:38
85 Shelley Woodward 08:37:38 13:03:31 04:25:53
52 Vanessa cox 08:37:37 13:03:33 04:25:55

About the Event

Info for Riders

This early-season test of many climbs and descents will get the heart racing no matter what! As always we’ve found some really interesting roads. There will be routes not even the most regular rider will know well. Both routes offer some serious challenges and will not disappoint those looking for a test!

Both routes explore hidden country lanes en-route to Leyburn before the route splits. Which route will you choose?

The LONG heads up the first test on the course Gale Bank before dropping down to the Forbidden Corner where the first feed station will be. You will then continue along the never ending undulating road through many little villages that contain some short punchy climbs to Kettlewell. Here you will turn right and head to Hubberholme – yes that is a name – where you will arrive at your second feed station. When you have filled the tank it’s time to ride deep into the Dales and prepare for the second serious climb of the day, Dodd Fell Hill, before dropping down towards Hawes. The next bit of the route gives you time to recover heading to Aysgarth before taking on the remainder of the testing hills that present themselves with Brunton Bank and Castle Bolton where you will find you final feed station. Your final climb is onto the moor tops and onto Whipperdale Bank. Once this is conquered you are on your final leg home watch out for enemy fire along the tank road!

The SHORT continues straight along the undulating road with some tight twists and turns towards Aysgarth. Here you re-join the LONG route dropping down past Aysgarth Falls before taking on your first real test of the day up Brunton Bank to the village of Carperby. From here to will be able to have a little rest as you cycle downhill before turning left and riding up to Castle Bolton where your first feed station will be. Your final climb is onto the moor tops and onto Whipperdale Bank. Once this is conquered you are on your final leg home watch out for enemy fire along the tank road.

The Rides

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The Long Good Friday Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Fri 14/04/17 08:00 10 hr / plus 1 laps / 152km / 94 miles 88 150
Entry: Postal: (£25.00)
Fri 14/04/17 – 08:00
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British Cycling Grading: 88 | Est. Field Size: 150
10 hr / plus 1 laps / 152km / 94 miles
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The Short Good Friday Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Fri 14/04/17 08:00 07 hr / plus 1 laps / 85km / 53 miles 39 100
Entry: Postal: (£20.00)
Fri 14/04/17 – 08:00
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British Cycling Grading: 39 | Est. Field Size: 100
07 hr / plus 1 laps / 85km / 53 miles

Event Summary

Event Overview

Event Includes

  • Rider Public Liability Insurance
  • FREE On-site Parking
  • Mechanical Support
  • Pick-up Vehicle
  • Medical Support
  • Full Route Marking
  • Feed Stops En-route
  • State of the art Electronic Chip Timing with Live Finish Results
  • Full Results on our Website
  • Hot Cross Bun & Warm Drink at the Finish
  • On Site Catering
  • FREE Event Photography
  • Retail Opportunities at Triology Multi Sport Solutions

Distance: There are two distances to choose from

  • The LONG GOOD FRIDAY 90 miles
  • The SHORT GOOD FRIDAY53 miles

Event Details

Event URN:

407147

Start Date:

Fri, 14th Apr 2017

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Ellerton Park, Scorton, Richmond, North Yorkshire, DL10 6AP
View map

British Cycling Grading:

This event has been graded using data collected by Garmin

Times

Provisional Times

Ride The Long Good Friday

Bib Name Start Time Finish Time Time
37 Adrian Sell 08:00:46 14:51:28 06:50:41
17 Ailish Graham 08:30:20 15:18:08 06:47:47
30 Alan Mackay 08:01:24 16:40:06 08:38:41
38 Andrew Smith 08:09:05 14:41:48 06:32:43
11 Andy Cosgrove 08:16:23 14:35:53 06:19:29
27 Brett Lambert 08:22:15 15:18:09 06:55:54
1 bryan astill 08:52:26 16:22:37 07:30:10
36 Chris Petch 08:08:36 13:40:55 05:32:18
4 Claire Burns 08:37:33 17:33:47 08:56:13
21 Dan Halladay 08:16:00 15:03:23 06:47:23
26 David Lake 08:52:24 16:22:37 07:30:13
42 David Wilkin 08:16:00 15:06:52 06:50:51
28 James Laughton 08:01:18 14:33:31 06:32:12
33 James McGarry 08:37:35 17:33:47 08:56:12
7 Jamie Carey 08:22:50 15:18:09 06:55:18
34 John McNeill 08:01:04 14:33:33 06:32:28
44 Karen Wyndham-Webb 08:01:03 16:19:05 08:18:02
87 Lee Rukin 08:52:23 16:22:32 07:30:09
41 Lesley Watson 08:38:06 17:33:47 08:55:40
25 Luke Jordan 08:30:20 15:18:45 06:48:24
43 Lynda Wilson 08:16:07 15:06:51 06:50:44
12 Mark Cousins 08:36:46 15:13:43 06:36:57
13 Mark Covell 08:00:51 13:46:38 05:45:46
14 Martin Curren 08:08:42 16:18:06 08:09:24
10 Martyn Cooper 08:00:52 13:38:32 05:37:39
19 Nicola Green 08:16:01 14:35:52 06:19:51
35 Peter Milburn 08:22:15 15:18:08 06:55:52
2 Richard Barlow 08:08:55 14:59:20 06:50:25
39 Richard Starrs 08:52:25 16:22:38 07:30:12
20 Stephan Gross 08:08:40 16:19:16 08:10:35
40 Thomas Thompson 08:00:48 13:55:03 05:54:15
23 Tom Ingledew 08:52:24 16:22:38 07:30:14
24 Vincent Irwin 08:00:49 14:33:31 06:32:42
31 Zoe Mackay 08:01:30 16:40:12 08:38:42

Ride The Short Good Friday

Bib Name Start Time Finish Time Time
84 Andrea Windram 08:37:40 13:03:34 04:25:53
18 Andy Grasby 09:00:00 11:58:36 02:58:36
78 Ben Smith 08:36:43 12:28:25 03:51:41
50 Billy Conlin 08:36:42 12:40:25 04:03:43
82 Camilla Waugh 08:55:57 13:32:23 04:36:25
65 Christina McCarroll 08:56:00 13:32:23 04:36:22
49 David Chapman 08:36:41 12:28:24 03:51:43
16 Dawn Elliott 08:30:31 12:41:02 04:10:30
64 Edward Longstaff 08:17:05 13:51:35 05:34:29
83 Garry Whitwick 08:30:22 13:00:38 04:30:15
81 Graeme Walton 08:22:47 12:37:46 04:14:59
86 Graeme Wright 08:52:42 14:23:44 05:31:02
51 Helena Conlin 08:16:07 12:11:09 03:55:02
57 James Dickson 08:08:35 11:08:59 03:00:23
77 Jason Ruck 08:36:45 11:52:28 03:15:43
56 Jayne DIckens 08:22:48 12:37:46 04:14:57
59 Jenny Glossop 08:52:42 14:23:45 05:31:03
8 John Clarke 08:07:57 13:44:16 05:36:19
80 John Van Hoogstraten 08:08:51 12:50:02 04:41:10
48 Jon Blyth 08:08:44 12:49:49 04:41:05
53 Jonathon Cubello 08:08:43 12:51:21 04:42:38
58 Justin Folbigg 08:01:02 13:03:57 05:02:54
74 Kathryn Ramsden 08:17:11 13:51:34 05:34:23
66 Katie McCormack 08:16:46 12:44:55 04:28:09
60 kerry gowland 08:16:40 12:55:26 04:38:45
69 Laureen Morris 08:08:54 12:39:19 04:30:25
62 Linda Hayles 08:22:51 13:24:59 05:02:07
76 Lindsay Rodgers 08:22:53 13:25:02 05:02:08
67 Luke McCormack 08:16:44 12:44:57 04:28:13
71 Mark Nile 08:16:04 12:34:01 04:17:57
72 Mark O'Connell 08:36:42 12:40:29 04:03:46
73 Mark Preston 08:22:49 12:37:47 04:14:58
47 Martin Barton 08:22:16 12:58:48 04:36:31
63 Marzena Klapa 08:16:35 12:55:27 04:38:51
22 Melanie Haughan 08:30:31 12:41:02 04:10:31
45 Nick Zissler 09:00:00 11:58:36 02:58:36
54 Nicola Darragh 08:08:53 12:39:19 04:30:25
68 Paul McGee 08:36:43 12:40:28 04:03:44
61 Robert Haw 08:36:41 12:40:20 04:03:38
85 Shelley Woodward 08:37:38 13:03:31 04:25:53
52 Vanessa cox 08:37:37 13:03:33 04:25:55

About the Event

Info for Riders

This early-season test of many climbs and descents will get the heart racing no matter what! As always we’ve found some really interesting roads. There will be routes not even the most regular rider will know well. Both routes offer some serious challenges and will not disappoint those looking for a test!

Both routes explore hidden country lanes en-route to Leyburn before the route splits. Which route will you choose?

The LONG heads up the first test on the course Gale Bank before dropping down to the Forbidden Corner where the first feed station will be. You will then continue along the never ending undulating road through many little villages that contain some short punchy climbs to Kettlewell. Here you will turn right and head to Hubberholme – yes that is a name – where you will arrive at your second feed station. When you have filled the tank it’s time to ride deep into the Dales and prepare for the second serious climb of the day, Dodd Fell Hill, before dropping down towards Hawes. The next bit of the route gives you time to recover heading to Aysgarth before taking on the remainder of the testing hills that present themselves with Brunton Bank and Castle Bolton where you will find you final feed station. Your final climb is onto the moor tops and onto Whipperdale Bank. Once this is conquered you are on your final leg home watch out for enemy fire along the tank road!

The SHORT continues straight along the undulating road with some tight twists and turns towards Aysgarth. Here you re-join the LONG route dropping down past Aysgarth Falls before taking on your first real test of the day up Brunton Bank to the village of Carperby. From here to will be able to have a little rest as you cycle downhill before turning left and riding up to Castle Bolton where your first feed station will be. Your final climb is onto the moor tops and onto Whipperdale Bank. Once this is conquered you are on your final leg home watch out for enemy fire along the tank road.

The Rides

2
The Long Good Friday Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Fri 14/04/17 08:00 10 hr / plus 1 laps / 152km / 94 miles 88 150
Entry: Postal: (£25.00)
Fri 14/04/17 – 08:00
2
British Cycling Grading: 88 | Est. Field Size: 150
10 hr / plus 1 laps / 152km / 94 miles
1
The Short Good Friday Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Fri 14/04/17 08:00 07 hr / plus 1 laps / 85km / 53 miles 39 100
Entry: Postal: (£20.00)
Fri 14/04/17 – 08:00
1
British Cycling Grading: 39 | Est. Field Size: 100
07 hr / plus 1 laps / 85km / 53 miles

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