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York Rally Sportive 2019

Cycle Sportive , York – Sunday, 28 Apr 2019

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Event Summary

Event Overview

Three rides into the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors: 140km & 100km and an 80km ride for retro bikes

Come on! Ride the Dunnie: Wigginton, Sheri€ff  Hutton, Terrington Bank, Hovingham, Caulkeys Bank, Farndale, Lion Inn, Castleton, Danby, Rosedale, Hutton le Hole, Marton, Castle Howard, Wigginton.

This Sportive is a fundraiser for the York Rally, the traditional cyclists’ gathering held since 1945 on York’s Knavesmire. The next Rally is on the 22/23 June 2019: be there!

Event Details

Event URN:

436615

Start Date:

Sun, 28th Apr 2019

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

The Old School House, Wigginton, York, YO32 2PU

View map

Event Organiser:

Peter Dunn
07740 171252
petedunncottingham@hotmail.com

British Cycling Grading:

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

Times

Provisional Times

Ride Grand York Rally

    Entrants Club TIME
Mathew Bacigalupo   07:37:00
Neil Barker   05:50:00
Martyn Beer Cappuccino Cycling Club 06:14:00
Alistair Campbell   06:18:00
Mark Campbell Fietsen Tempo 05:11:00
Shaun Cary   06:29:00
Steve Chapman Kingswood Cycle Club 06:27:00
Calum Cogan   07:34:00
Nick Du Plessis   04:50:00
Matthew Eastwood   05:29:00
Richard Foots   07:34:00
David Harris   04:50:00
Steve Holding   06:52:00
Harry Hotchkin Hull Thursday RC 06:05:00
Karol Jakuszyk   07:34:00
Simon Jones   06:03:00
Julia Kolkmann   06:27:00
Glyn Lacey   07:37:00
Edward Moncrief   07:35:00
Dean Patrick   07:29:00
Dave Penson   04:50:00
James Poulsom Kingswood Cycle Club 06:27:00
Paul Rhodes   05:26:00
Nigel Schofield Brigstock Cycling Club, Northants 07:55:00
David Verity   06:57:00
Colin Walker   06:34:00
Alan Ward   07:35:00
Chris Ward   07:35:00
Paul Warrener Rossendale R C 07:25:00
Dominic Watt   05:19:00
Keith Wright   06:59:00

Ride Petit York Rally

    Entrants Club time
Siobhan Ashton-Cleary   05:44:00
Steven Beecroft   04:56:00
Paul Billyard   05:49:00
Roger Bilsby   04:46:00
Bryn Bircher York Rouleurs 05:18:00
David Blenkinsop   04:10:00
Richard Brooks   05:49:00
David Ceselsky   05:02:00
Iain Cockrill   05:15:00
Mark Corner   05:21:00
Oliver Craske   05:21:00
Andy Dobson   04:56:00
David Earl   04:22:00
Keith Franks   05:43:00
Andrea Gaiga   04:49:00
Julian Graves   05:15:00
Stephen Hippey   04:47:00
Alistair How   05:32:00
Stephen Jowsey   05:43:00
Eamonn Keogh   05:37:00
Chris Law   05:08:00
Deborah  Linton    06:14:00
Peter may Ravenst 04:45:00
Steve McMullan   04:48:00
Simon Metcalfe   04:56:00
Jorge Milazzo   05:02:00
Michael Nuccoll   05:49:00
Emma Samson   05:31:00
Ian Samson   05:31:00
Steve Secker   04:57:00
David Sharpe   05:39:00
Russell Sopp   05:26:00
Stewart Tavener   04:37:00
Caroline Taylor   08:38:00
Lucy Turner   05:44:00
Graham Walters   05:55:00
Julie Wroe   08:38:00

Ride Retro 80km

    Entrants Club time
Derek Allison   04:34:00
William Alves   04:37:00
Kevin Axtell   03:37:00
Paul Ballesta   04:51:00
Ian Collingwood   04:51:00
Nigel Gardner   04:32:00
Paul Gitttins   05:10:00
James Howden   05:20:00
Jon Howden   05:20:00
David Kimberley   04:34:00
David Molesworth   04:25:00
Roy North   04:45:00
Simon Palmour   04:27:00
Carol Parsons   04:37:00
Andrew Perry   05:10:00
Rob Simonds   04:32:00
Roger Stevenson   04:58:00
Mark Whitmarsh   05:10:00

About the Event

Info for Riders

Three rides into the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors: 140km, 100km and a 80km Retro Ride. 

Come on! Ride the Dunnie 140km: Wigginton, Sheri€ff Hutton, Terrington Bank, Hovingham, Caulkeys Bank, Farndale, Low Mill, Castleton, Danby, Rosedale, Hutton le Hole, Marton, Castle Howard, Wigginton. 

Come and ride it if you’re hard enough! Probably the hardest Sportive in Britain! Think you can climb? Prove it! 

The 100 km climbs Terrington  and Culkleys Bank only. The 80 km Retro is a much more gentle ride for retro bikes (steel frame, cables out of the top of the  brake levers, toe clips and straps, and downtube gear levers) and anyone else who wants a gentler ride but still visits the famous Marton WI stop! 


The Rides

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Grand York Rally Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sun 28/04/19 09:00 140km / 87 miles 234 75
Entry: On Day: (£30.00)
Sun 28/04/19 – 09:00
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British Cycling Grading: 234 | Est. Field Size: 75
140km / 87 miles
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Petit York Rally Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sun 28/04/19 09:00 100km / 62 miles 96 100
Entry: On Day: (£30.00)
Sun 28/04/19 – 09:00
2
British Cycling Grading: 96 | Est. Field Size: 100
100km / 62 miles
Retro 80km Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sun 28/04/19 10:00 80km / 50 miles 0 ---
Entry: On Day: (£30.00)
Sun 28/04/19 – 10:00
British Cycling Grading: 0
80km / 50 miles

Event Summary

Event Overview

Three rides into the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors: 140km & 100km and an 80km ride for retro bikes

Come on! Ride the Dunnie: Wigginton, Sheri€ff  Hutton, Terrington Bank, Hovingham, Caulkeys Bank, Farndale, Lion Inn, Castleton, Danby, Rosedale, Hutton le Hole, Marton, Castle Howard, Wigginton.

This Sportive is a fundraiser for the York Rally, the traditional cyclists’ gathering held since 1945 on York’s Knavesmire. The next Rally is on the 22/23 June 2019: be there!

Event Details

Event URN:

436615

Start Date:

Sun, 28th Apr 2019

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

The Old School House, Wigginton, York, YO32 2PU

View map

Event Organiser:

Peter Dunn
07740 171252
petedunncottingham@hotmail.com

British Cycling Grading:

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

Times

Provisional Times

Ride Grand York Rally

    Entrants Club TIME
Mathew Bacigalupo   07:37:00
Neil Barker   05:50:00
Martyn Beer Cappuccino Cycling Club 06:14:00
Alistair Campbell   06:18:00
Mark Campbell Fietsen Tempo 05:11:00
Shaun Cary   06:29:00
Steve Chapman Kingswood Cycle Club 06:27:00
Calum Cogan   07:34:00
Nick Du Plessis   04:50:00
Matthew Eastwood   05:29:00
Richard Foots   07:34:00
David Harris   04:50:00
Steve Holding   06:52:00
Harry Hotchkin Hull Thursday RC 06:05:00
Karol Jakuszyk   07:34:00
Simon Jones   06:03:00
Julia Kolkmann   06:27:00
Glyn Lacey   07:37:00
Edward Moncrief   07:35:00
Dean Patrick   07:29:00
Dave Penson   04:50:00
James Poulsom Kingswood Cycle Club 06:27:00
Paul Rhodes   05:26:00
Nigel Schofield Brigstock Cycling Club, Northants 07:55:00
David Verity   06:57:00
Colin Walker   06:34:00
Alan Ward   07:35:00
Chris Ward   07:35:00
Paul Warrener Rossendale R C 07:25:00
Dominic Watt   05:19:00
Keith Wright   06:59:00

Ride Petit York Rally

    Entrants Club time
Siobhan Ashton-Cleary   05:44:00
Steven Beecroft   04:56:00
Paul Billyard   05:49:00
Roger Bilsby   04:46:00
Bryn Bircher York Rouleurs 05:18:00
David Blenkinsop   04:10:00
Richard Brooks   05:49:00
David Ceselsky   05:02:00
Iain Cockrill   05:15:00
Mark Corner   05:21:00
Oliver Craske   05:21:00
Andy Dobson   04:56:00
David Earl   04:22:00
Keith Franks   05:43:00
Andrea Gaiga   04:49:00
Julian Graves   05:15:00
Stephen Hippey   04:47:00
Alistair How   05:32:00
Stephen Jowsey   05:43:00
Eamonn Keogh   05:37:00
Chris Law   05:08:00
Deborah  Linton    06:14:00
Peter may Ravenst 04:45:00
Steve McMullan   04:48:00
Simon Metcalfe   04:56:00
Jorge Milazzo   05:02:00
Michael Nuccoll   05:49:00
Emma Samson   05:31:00
Ian Samson   05:31:00
Steve Secker   04:57:00
David Sharpe   05:39:00
Russell Sopp   05:26:00
Stewart Tavener   04:37:00
Caroline Taylor   08:38:00
Lucy Turner   05:44:00
Graham Walters   05:55:00
Julie Wroe   08:38:00

Ride Retro 80km

    Entrants Club time
Derek Allison   04:34:00
William Alves   04:37:00
Kevin Axtell   03:37:00
Paul Ballesta   04:51:00
Ian Collingwood   04:51:00
Nigel Gardner   04:32:00
Paul Gitttins   05:10:00
James Howden   05:20:00
Jon Howden   05:20:00
David Kimberley   04:34:00
David Molesworth   04:25:00
Roy North   04:45:00
Simon Palmour   04:27:00
Carol Parsons   04:37:00
Andrew Perry   05:10:00
Rob Simonds   04:32:00
Roger Stevenson   04:58:00
Mark Whitmarsh   05:10:00

About the Event

Info for Riders

Three rides into the beautiful North Yorkshire Moors: 140km, 100km and a 80km Retro Ride. 

Come on! Ride the Dunnie 140km: Wigginton, Sheri€ff Hutton, Terrington Bank, Hovingham, Caulkeys Bank, Farndale, Low Mill, Castleton, Danby, Rosedale, Hutton le Hole, Marton, Castle Howard, Wigginton. 

Come and ride it if you’re hard enough! Probably the hardest Sportive in Britain! Think you can climb? Prove it! 

The 100 km climbs Terrington  and Culkleys Bank only. The 80 km Retro is a much more gentle ride for retro bikes (steel frame, cables out of the top of the  brake levers, toe clips and straps, and downtube gear levers) and anyone else who wants a gentler ride but still visits the famous Marton WI stop! 


The Rides

3
Grand York Rally Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sun 28/04/19 09:00 140km / 87 miles 234 75
Entry: On Day: (£30.00)
Sun 28/04/19 – 09:00
3
British Cycling Grading: 234 | Est. Field Size: 75
140km / 87 miles
2
Petit York Rally Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sun 28/04/19 09:00 100km / 62 miles 96 100
Entry: On Day: (£30.00)
Sun 28/04/19 – 09:00
2
British Cycling Grading: 96 | Est. Field Size: 100
100km / 62 miles
Retro 80km Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sun 28/04/19 10:00 80km / 50 miles 0 ---
Entry: On Day: (£30.00)
Sun 28/04/19 – 10:00
British Cycling Grading: 0
80km / 50 miles

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