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Wooler Wheel Borderlands 2018

Cycle Sportive , Wooler – Saturday, 12 May 2018

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Event Summary

Event Overview

Saturday 12th May 2018.  The Wooler Wheel Borderlands. 

A repeat of our successful feast of sportive cycling which is now in its 5th year. Taking place in Northumberland and Scottish Borders, there is a choice of 4 routes with nominal distances of 170, 100, 60 km and and a dedicated 30km junior sportive for under 16 year olds.

Entries for this event are now open (entries close Sunday 6th May 2018).  

Enjoy these rides for their own sake or use them as part of your training programme, for example, if you're a road racer or a triathlete.

Saturday 6th October 2018.  The Wooler Wheel Classic.

The original which has run since 2012 and continues to grow in popularity.  Along with the two existing routes of 50km and 100km this year in repsonse to rider requets we are offering a 75km route.  All routes take in the beautiful North Northumberland countryside.  A great introduction for first time sportivers, but still demanding rides for experienced cyclists.  A perfect way to wind down the season for elite cyclists. Entries for this event are now open (entries close Sunday 30th September 2018).  

www.woolerwheel.co.uk

www.facebook.com/thewoolerwheel

Event Details

Event URN:

423065

Start Date:

Sat, 12th May 2018

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

H&H Wooler Mart, Barrow House, Wooler, NE71 6SL

View map

Cheques payable to:

enter online at British Cycling

Event Website:

Visit Website

British Cycling Grading:

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

About the Event

Info for Riders

Cross border event, 170k, 100k, 60k and a junior 30k all on the same day. Starting and finishing in Wooler, Gateway to the Cheviots. Challenging routes in spectacular and the diverse scenery of the Northumberland and Scottish Borders.

Entries close at 23:55 on Sunday 6th May 2018. Age restrictions: Minimum age on the 170K 18 years. No minimum age on the 100k and the 60k (signed parental consent forms will be need for under 18’s and all under 16’s must be accompanied, throughout the whole event, by a responsible adult). Consent forms will be sent out by the event organiser after entries close. Please make sure that any under 18’s are capable of completing the route. Maximum age is 16 for those on the 30km junior event. All children on the 30km ride must  have a signed parental consent form.  They must also be accompanied by a responsible named adult who will ride free of charge but must stay with the junior throughout the whole ride.  Other riders who wish to accompany juniors should enter the 30km event giving the name of the junior they are riding with.

Cycle helmets are compulsory for all riders. No Tri or Aero bars allowed. Please note that registration will open 30 minutes before the start time.  The mart has plenty of space to park bikes so you can bring them with you when you register. 

 

The Rides

4
170km Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sat 12/05/18 07:30 172km / 107 miles 395 150
Sat 12/05/18 – 07:30
4
British Cycling Grading: 395 | Est. Field Size: 150
172km / 107 miles
3
100km Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sat 12/05/18 07:30 101km / 63 miles 137 200
Sat 12/05/18 – 07:30
3
British Cycling Grading: 137 | Est. Field Size: 200
101km / 63 miles
2
60km Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sat 12/05/18 08:30 61km / 38 miles 47 100
Sat 12/05/18 – 08:30
2
British Cycling Grading: 47 | Est. Field Size: 100
61km / 38 miles
1
30km Juniors and accompanying riders Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sat 12/05/18 08:30 31km / 19 miles 13 50
Sat 12/05/18 – 08:30
1
British Cycling Grading: 13 | Est. Field Size: 50
31km / 19 miles

Event Summary

Event Overview

Saturday 12th May 2018.  The Wooler Wheel Borderlands. 

A repeat of our successful feast of sportive cycling which is now in its 5th year. Taking place in Northumberland and Scottish Borders, there is a choice of 4 routes with nominal distances of 170, 100, 60 km and and a dedicated 30km junior sportive for under 16 year olds.

Entries for this event are now open (entries close Sunday 6th May 2018).  

Enjoy these rides for their own sake or use them as part of your training programme, for example, if you're a road racer or a triathlete.

Saturday 6th October 2018.  The Wooler Wheel Classic.

The original which has run since 2012 and continues to grow in popularity.  Along with the two existing routes of 50km and 100km this year in repsonse to rider requets we are offering a 75km route.  All routes take in the beautiful North Northumberland countryside.  A great introduction for first time sportivers, but still demanding rides for experienced cyclists.  A perfect way to wind down the season for elite cyclists. Entries for this event are now open (entries close Sunday 30th September 2018).  

www.woolerwheel.co.uk

www.facebook.com/thewoolerwheel

Event Details

Event URN:

423065

Start Date:

Sat, 12th May 2018

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

H&H Wooler Mart, Barrow House, Wooler, NE71 6SL

View map

Cheques payable to:

enter online at British Cycling

Event Website:

Visit Website

British Cycling Grading:

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

About the Event

Info for Riders

Cross border event, 170k, 100k, 60k and a junior 30k all on the same day. Starting and finishing in Wooler, Gateway to the Cheviots. Challenging routes in spectacular and the diverse scenery of the Northumberland and Scottish Borders.

Entries close at 23:55 on Sunday 6th May 2018. Age restrictions: Minimum age on the 170K 18 years. No minimum age on the 100k and the 60k (signed parental consent forms will be need for under 18’s and all under 16’s must be accompanied, throughout the whole event, by a responsible adult). Consent forms will be sent out by the event organiser after entries close. Please make sure that any under 18’s are capable of completing the route. Maximum age is 16 for those on the 30km junior event. All children on the 30km ride must  have a signed parental consent form.  They must also be accompanied by a responsible named adult who will ride free of charge but must stay with the junior throughout the whole ride.  Other riders who wish to accompany juniors should enter the 30km event giving the name of the junior they are riding with.

Cycle helmets are compulsory for all riders. No Tri or Aero bars allowed. Please note that registration will open 30 minutes before the start time.  The mart has plenty of space to park bikes so you can bring them with you when you register. 

 

The Rides

4
170km Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sat 12/05/18 07:30 172km / 107 miles 395 150
Sat 12/05/18 – 07:30
4
British Cycling Grading: 395 | Est. Field Size: 150
172km / 107 miles
3
100km Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sat 12/05/18 07:30 101km / 63 miles 137 200
Sat 12/05/18 – 07:30
3
British Cycling Grading: 137 | Est. Field Size: 200
101km / 63 miles
2
60km Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sat 12/05/18 08:30 61km / 38 miles 47 100
Sat 12/05/18 – 08:30
2
British Cycling Grading: 47 | Est. Field Size: 100
61km / 38 miles
1
30km Juniors and accompanying riders Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sat 12/05/18 08:30 31km / 19 miles 13 50
Sat 12/05/18 – 08:30
1
British Cycling Grading: 13 | Est. Field Size: 50
31km / 19 miles

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