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Le Tour de Farcycles

Cycle Sportive , Faringdon – Saturday, 27 Jul 2019

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Event Summary

Event Overview

Nestling between the Cotswolds and the Berkshire Downs, Faringdon, Oxfordshire provides the perfect setting for the Le Tour de Farcycles (TdF) (formally called the Farcycle Faringdon Sportive (FFS)). TdF 2019 takes place on Saturday 27th July.

With flat bits between some impressive hills, our environment creates opportunities for most levels of cyclists to enjoy and, if desired, extend themselves. We also provide hospitality that has been acclaimed by all who have taken part in previous events. Depending upon which ride you choose, there are up to 4 food stops manned by friendly locals and serving delicious homemade fare.

There are three British Cycling graded rides to choose from:

  • The Gentle Challenge – 35 miles of rolling Cotswold countryside that is just enough to stretch someone looking for a first event. It is also the choice for regular cyclists to have a social meander through some of the region’s prettiest villages. The route is also perfect for families who would like to enjoy a day cycling together.
  • The Full Monty – 70 miles taking in some hillier terrain that will stretch regular cyclists with a big hill or two, while still enjoying the archetypal Cotswold scenery.
  • The Epic Test – 100 miles that starts off in the Berkshire Downs and travels alongside some of the fabled Lambourn racehorse gallops … most atmospheric if you find yourself in the morning light pacing yourself with these magnificent steeds. This ride joins the Full Monty for the last 70 miles and is the perfect route for those looking for a challenging, rewarding day out.

Everyone gets lunch at the end in a private courtyard so that they can share experiences. Staggered start times are designed to get the leaders of all three rides to the finish time at roughly the same time, which means some of that sharing can take place in during the finishing stages of cycling.

The event has become popular among cyclists of all abilities and is particularly enjoyed by families and younger cyclists, who are encouraged to take part.

The routes are signposted with our unique pink TdF signs. Broom wagons will be on hand but, happily, haven’t been too taxed in previous years. Sportive riders are accustomed to mending their own punctures. GPS files are provided to all entrants with their welcome packs a few days before the event.

All proceeds go to building sustainable, healthy and inclusive transport facilities in our region.

The event has received plenty of positive feedback every year since its inception in 2013. Perhaps the greatest accolade is that the same people keep coming back. Indeed, after the 2014 event, which suffered from unseasonably monsoon-like weather, many participants said they’d enjoyed the route in the rain so much that they were dying to come back again to see it in better weather!

These days much of the feedback goes direct to the event’s Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/FFSportive but here is a taste of a few old school accolades:

 “I have done a lot of sportives over many years and this was the best”

“Thank you very much for a fantastically well organised event.  Everything about it was brilliant! … Here’s to next year!”

Hilary, an out-of-town contestant, who wrote: “I just wanted to say thank you.  It is the first time that I have done a cycle ride, and I really enjoyed it.  Beautiful countryside, despite the weather!  The work that goes into organising anything like this is huge and I can't tell you how much I appreciated the delicious cakes at the stop and the pasta at the end.  I look forward to next year.”

The popularity of the TdF’s routes stems from the fact that they are chosen from our back yard favourites that we, the Farcycles (pronounced Farcicals), cycle frequently. Of course, we are most fortunate that our back yard takes in the incomparable Downland and Cotswold scenery, not to mention the hills.

Event Details

Event URN:

445957

Start Date:

Sat, 27th Jul 2019

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Blessed Hugh RC Church Hall, Portway, Faringdon, SN7 7JE

View map

Entry close date

Wed, 24th Jul 2019

Event Organiser:

Kevin Middleton
07768027847
dmikehawkes@gmail.com

British Cycling Grading:

This event has been graded using data collected by Garmin

Times

Provisional Times

Ride Tdf Epic Test 100 (18 and above)

Forename Surname Time
Marcus Adey DNF
Patrick Aynie 6:50
Chris Barker 8:00
Tom Bate 7:31
Sharon Bedford 9:11
Katherine Boyce 9:11
Jason Bruton 7:36
Mike Bundock 5:57
Matthew Davies 8:12
Adam Elgar DNS
Adrian Flewitt 6:51
Richard Hastings 8:18
Kieran Henderson 8:32
Kevin Henshaw DNS
Adrian  Hollier 7:36
James Hook 6:59
Richard James 8:00
Terry Jones 8:00
Helen Josey 8:13
Iain Kyffin 6:40
Lewis Lawton 7:05
Dave Lewis 7:36
Ian McDuff 8:17
Emma Newman DNS
Jo Pilkington 8:15
Andrew Proudfoot 6:40
Alexander Reeves 6:59
Jason Roberts 8:13
Caroline Sweett 6:31
Martyn Sweett 6:31
Nick Webb 6:49
Tim Wellman DNS

Ride Tdf Full Monty 70 (16 and above)

Forename Surname Time
Guy Allen 5:23
Max Allen 5:23
James Ashdown 4:42
Sharon Baldwin 5:45
Steve Barlow 4:50
Robert Bates 4:50
Mark Bloom 4:42
Joe  Brooke DNS
Michael Brooke DNS
Fiona Brown 5:48
Marcin Busza 5:05
Neil Campbell 4:56
Roger Clarke DNS
Andy Cleal DNS
Tim Coleman 4:42
Tom Collins 4:50
Brian Critchley DNS
Robert Crook 5:17
Leon Crowe 4:37
Ben Cumberland 4:21
Michael Cumberland DNS
Matt Cumon 4:49
Paul Curtis DNS
Murray Disbrey 5:06
Dianne Dobson 5:46
Joanne Donohoe 6:57
Heather Driscoll DNS
Sam Duffy 5:38
Kevin Duffy 5:38
Ben Eaton DNS
Phil Everatt 5:45
Benjamin EYRE 4:58
Sam Fryer 5:57
Therese Gallagher 5:49
Richard Gosset 5:55
Richard Green 5:07
Steve Griffin 4:50
Samantha Griffin 4:50
Simon Hall 5:48
Rhys Henderson 4:57
Enka Hensen 6:05
Gavin Hopkins 5:04
Sidiou Jackson 5:13
Simon Jones 6:06
Rob  Jones 5:35
Lisa Kay DNS
Chris Kench 5:46
Simon Kirby 5:49
nicholas kleiff 6:08
kelly kleiff 6:08
Simon Lay 4:05
Jason Lindsey 5:02
Robert Lukehurst DNF
Sean Mallon 4:51
Ian Mason 5:03
Stephen Masters 5:04
James MCGuigan 5:51
michael moger 5:03
Paul Myerscough 5:32
Tish Phillips 6:27
Hugo Pile 5:27
James Pinchin 5:48
Andrew Porter 4:15
David Pye DNS
Adrian Rosser 5:59
Jon Russell 6:10
Mark Sadler 5:57
Debbie Sharman 5:53
Gordon Simpson 4:49
Philip Smedley 5:55
Dan Smedley 5:55
Lucy Spanswick 5:49
Nick Spence 4:29
Patricia  Taylor 5:04
Alan Thomas 4:03
Jonathan Thompson DNS
Doug Timms 4:21
Andrew Turnbull 6:10
Mark Vice 6:10
Sjoerd Vogt 5:46
Karen Vogt 5:46
HANNAH west 6:57
Guy Weston-Edwards 5:06
David Williamson 4:55
Fiona Wright 6:27

Ride TdF Gentle Challenge 35 (12 - 16)

Forename Surname Time
Marisa Thomas 2:00

Ride TdF Gentle Challenge 35 (17 and above)

Forename Surname Time
Emyr Adams 2:40
Jane Ashford 3:03
Gareth Ashton 1:32
Peter Barter 4:13
Richard Brooks 3:20
Peter Burgess 3:22
Melanie Calnan 3:04
Victor Camble 2:34
paul coster 2:30
HELEN Cracknell 4:11
Nicola Daley DNS
Alison Dean 4:04
Alexander Drew 2:49
John    M Errington DNS
Timothy Fish 3:13
Rowland Fox 2:24
Allister Godfrey 2:37
Mark Gough 3:35
Anne Gough 3:35
John Gound 2:40
John Graham 2:40
Brian Gray 3:16
Douglas Gray 2:59
Tony Hadland 3:31
Ian Hayes 2:27
Amanda Heard 3:56
Manish Hegde 4:37
Sheetal Hegde DNS
Carol Hindley DNS
Vince Jerrard 3:15
Libby Jerrard 3:15
Glenn Jones 2:45
Patricia Kenyon 3:56
David Lugg 2:53
Sheelagh Lugg 2:53
Doug McElroy 3:01
Kevin Middleton 3:21
Nicky Middleton 3:21
David Minter 3:31
Colin Mitchell DNS
Shelly Mobbs 3:22
Debbie O'Hara 2:46
Mark OMahony 4:04
Theresa Osman 3:01
Kevin Osman 3:02
Paul Patterson 3:04
Liz Phipps 2:40
Peter Richardson 2:59
Andrew Savage 2:44
Richard Scrase 3:03
Teresa Servas 2:46
Colin Silver 3:35
Richard Stearn 2:42
Nicky Stearn 2:42
Nick Stevenson 2:42
Judith Swallow 3:31
Ben Thomas 2:00
Jim Thornycroft 3:15
Tammit Titcombe 2:46
Damian Tracey 2:43
Andrew Tranter DNS
Elizabeth Turner 3:20
Roger Warlow 2:26
Cecile Willemsem 3:42
Jon Willemsem 3:42
Lyn Williamson 4:12

About the Event

Info for Riders

Uniquely sited on the edge of both the Cotswolds and the Berkshire Downs, the historic Oxfordshire market town of Faringdon is perfectly placed to host the varied challenges and stunning scenery of the Le Tour de Farcycles (TdF) to be held on Saturday July 27th, 2019. This popular event, which was formally called the Farcycle Faringdon Sportive, has sold out in previous years, and has  received a reputation for its hospitality and food. It offers 100, 70 and 35 mile options. The routes were substantially changed for 2015 and have been refined over the last few years, following feedback from the previous events.

The start is close to several of Faringdon's central car parks and there are other facilities around the town. More details of these will be supplied in the joining pack sent to all participants 

To encourage young riders we have concessions for all under 16 riders and a free entry for smaller people on trailer bikes. All riders under 18 need to bring a completed parental consent form, and all under 16 riders will need the form and to be riding with an adult en-route. Please email the event organiser for a parental consent form.

Please note that the following age limits apply to each of our three routes:

The Epic Test (100 miles): riders must be aged 18 or over to enter.

The Full Monty (70 miles): riders must be aged 16 or over.

Under 18's must complete a parental consent form to ride. Please download a form from our website or contact us for one.

The Gentle Challege (35 miles): riders must be aged 12 or over

Under 18's must complete a parental consent form to ride. Please download a form from our website or contact us for one.

Under 16's must be accompanied by an adult throughout the ride.

The Rides

3
Tdf Epic Test 100 (18 and above) Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sat 27/07/19 06:45 161km / 100 miles 228 50
Entry: On Day: (£35.00)
Sat 27/07/19 – 06:45
3
British Cycling Grading: 228 | Est. Field Size: 50
161km / 100 miles
2
Tdf Full Monty 70 (16 and above) Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sat 27/07/19 08:30 119km / 74 miles 120 150
Entry: On Day: (£30.00)
Sat 27/07/19 – 08:30
2
British Cycling Grading: 120 | Est. Field Size: 150
119km / 74 miles
1
TdF Gentle Challenge 35 (12 - 16) Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sat 27/07/19 10:30 60km / 37 miles 19 20
Entry: On Day: (£20.00)
Sat 27/07/19 – 10:30
1
British Cycling Grading: 19 | Est. Field Size: 20
60km / 37 miles
1
TdF Gentle Challenge 35 (17 and above) Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sat 27/07/19 10:30 60km / 37 miles 19 100
Entry: On Day: (£25.00)
Sat 27/07/19 – 10:30
1
British Cycling Grading: 19 | Est. Field Size: 100
60km / 37 miles

Event Summary

Event Overview

Nestling between the Cotswolds and the Berkshire Downs, Faringdon, Oxfordshire provides the perfect setting for the Le Tour de Farcycles (TdF) (formally called the Farcycle Faringdon Sportive (FFS)). TdF 2019 takes place on Saturday 27th July.

With flat bits between some impressive hills, our environment creates opportunities for most levels of cyclists to enjoy and, if desired, extend themselves. We also provide hospitality that has been acclaimed by all who have taken part in previous events. Depending upon which ride you choose, there are up to 4 food stops manned by friendly locals and serving delicious homemade fare.

There are three British Cycling graded rides to choose from:

  • The Gentle Challenge – 35 miles of rolling Cotswold countryside that is just enough to stretch someone looking for a first event. It is also the choice for regular cyclists to have a social meander through some of the region’s prettiest villages. The route is also perfect for families who would like to enjoy a day cycling together.
  • The Full Monty – 70 miles taking in some hillier terrain that will stretch regular cyclists with a big hill or two, while still enjoying the archetypal Cotswold scenery.
  • The Epic Test – 100 miles that starts off in the Berkshire Downs and travels alongside some of the fabled Lambourn racehorse gallops … most atmospheric if you find yourself in the morning light pacing yourself with these magnificent steeds. This ride joins the Full Monty for the last 70 miles and is the perfect route for those looking for a challenging, rewarding day out.

Everyone gets lunch at the end in a private courtyard so that they can share experiences. Staggered start times are designed to get the leaders of all three rides to the finish time at roughly the same time, which means some of that sharing can take place in during the finishing stages of cycling.

The event has become popular among cyclists of all abilities and is particularly enjoyed by families and younger cyclists, who are encouraged to take part.

The routes are signposted with our unique pink TdF signs. Broom wagons will be on hand but, happily, haven’t been too taxed in previous years. Sportive riders are accustomed to mending their own punctures. GPS files are provided to all entrants with their welcome packs a few days before the event.

All proceeds go to building sustainable, healthy and inclusive transport facilities in our region.

The event has received plenty of positive feedback every year since its inception in 2013. Perhaps the greatest accolade is that the same people keep coming back. Indeed, after the 2014 event, which suffered from unseasonably monsoon-like weather, many participants said they’d enjoyed the route in the rain so much that they were dying to come back again to see it in better weather!

These days much of the feedback goes direct to the event’s Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/FFSportive but here is a taste of a few old school accolades:

 “I have done a lot of sportives over many years and this was the best”

“Thank you very much for a fantastically well organised event.  Everything about it was brilliant! … Here’s to next year!”

Hilary, an out-of-town contestant, who wrote: “I just wanted to say thank you.  It is the first time that I have done a cycle ride, and I really enjoyed it.  Beautiful countryside, despite the weather!  The work that goes into organising anything like this is huge and I can't tell you how much I appreciated the delicious cakes at the stop and the pasta at the end.  I look forward to next year.”

The popularity of the TdF’s routes stems from the fact that they are chosen from our back yard favourites that we, the Farcycles (pronounced Farcicals), cycle frequently. Of course, we are most fortunate that our back yard takes in the incomparable Downland and Cotswold scenery, not to mention the hills.

Event Details

Event URN:

445957

Start Date:

Sat, 27th Jul 2019

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Blessed Hugh RC Church Hall, Portway, Faringdon, SN7 7JE

View map

Entry close date

Wed, 24th Jul 2019

Event Organiser:

Kevin Middleton
07768027847
dmikehawkes@gmail.com

British Cycling Grading:

This event has been graded using data collected by Garmin

Times

Provisional Times

Ride Tdf Epic Test 100 (18 and above)

Forename Surname Time
Marcus Adey DNF
Patrick Aynie 6:50
Chris Barker 8:00
Tom Bate 7:31
Sharon Bedford 9:11
Katherine Boyce 9:11
Jason Bruton 7:36
Mike Bundock 5:57
Matthew Davies 8:12
Adam Elgar DNS
Adrian Flewitt 6:51
Richard Hastings 8:18
Kieran Henderson 8:32
Kevin Henshaw DNS
Adrian  Hollier 7:36
James Hook 6:59
Richard James 8:00
Terry Jones 8:00
Helen Josey 8:13
Iain Kyffin 6:40
Lewis Lawton 7:05
Dave Lewis 7:36
Ian McDuff 8:17
Emma Newman DNS
Jo Pilkington 8:15
Andrew Proudfoot 6:40
Alexander Reeves 6:59
Jason Roberts 8:13
Caroline Sweett 6:31
Martyn Sweett 6:31
Nick Webb 6:49
Tim Wellman DNS

Ride Tdf Full Monty 70 (16 and above)

Forename Surname Time
Guy Allen 5:23
Max Allen 5:23
James Ashdown 4:42
Sharon Baldwin 5:45
Steve Barlow 4:50
Robert Bates 4:50
Mark Bloom 4:42
Joe  Brooke DNS
Michael Brooke DNS
Fiona Brown 5:48
Marcin Busza 5:05
Neil Campbell 4:56
Roger Clarke DNS
Andy Cleal DNS
Tim Coleman 4:42
Tom Collins 4:50
Brian Critchley DNS
Robert Crook 5:17
Leon Crowe 4:37
Ben Cumberland 4:21
Michael Cumberland DNS
Matt Cumon 4:49
Paul Curtis DNS
Murray Disbrey 5:06
Dianne Dobson 5:46
Joanne Donohoe 6:57
Heather Driscoll DNS
Sam Duffy 5:38
Kevin Duffy 5:38
Ben Eaton DNS
Phil Everatt 5:45
Benjamin EYRE 4:58
Sam Fryer 5:57
Therese Gallagher 5:49
Richard Gosset 5:55
Richard Green 5:07
Steve Griffin 4:50
Samantha Griffin 4:50
Simon Hall 5:48
Rhys Henderson 4:57
Enka Hensen 6:05
Gavin Hopkins 5:04
Sidiou Jackson 5:13
Simon Jones 6:06
Rob  Jones 5:35
Lisa Kay DNS
Chris Kench 5:46
Simon Kirby 5:49
nicholas kleiff 6:08
kelly kleiff 6:08
Simon Lay 4:05
Jason Lindsey 5:02
Robert Lukehurst DNF
Sean Mallon 4:51
Ian Mason 5:03
Stephen Masters 5:04
James MCGuigan 5:51
michael moger 5:03
Paul Myerscough 5:32
Tish Phillips 6:27
Hugo Pile 5:27
James Pinchin 5:48
Andrew Porter 4:15
David Pye DNS
Adrian Rosser 5:59
Jon Russell 6:10
Mark Sadler 5:57
Debbie Sharman 5:53
Gordon Simpson 4:49
Philip Smedley 5:55
Dan Smedley 5:55
Lucy Spanswick 5:49
Nick Spence 4:29
Patricia  Taylor 5:04
Alan Thomas 4:03
Jonathan Thompson DNS
Doug Timms 4:21
Andrew Turnbull 6:10
Mark Vice 6:10
Sjoerd Vogt 5:46
Karen Vogt 5:46
HANNAH west 6:57
Guy Weston-Edwards 5:06
David Williamson 4:55
Fiona Wright 6:27

Ride TdF Gentle Challenge 35 (12 - 16)

Forename Surname Time
Marisa Thomas 2:00

Ride TdF Gentle Challenge 35 (17 and above)

Forename Surname Time
Emyr Adams 2:40
Jane Ashford 3:03
Gareth Ashton 1:32
Peter Barter 4:13
Richard Brooks 3:20
Peter Burgess 3:22
Melanie Calnan 3:04
Victor Camble 2:34
paul coster 2:30
HELEN Cracknell 4:11
Nicola Daley DNS
Alison Dean 4:04
Alexander Drew 2:49
John    M Errington DNS
Timothy Fish 3:13
Rowland Fox 2:24
Allister Godfrey 2:37
Mark Gough 3:35
Anne Gough 3:35
John Gound 2:40
John Graham 2:40
Brian Gray 3:16
Douglas Gray 2:59
Tony Hadland 3:31
Ian Hayes 2:27
Amanda Heard 3:56
Manish Hegde 4:37
Sheetal Hegde DNS
Carol Hindley DNS
Vince Jerrard 3:15
Libby Jerrard 3:15
Glenn Jones 2:45
Patricia Kenyon 3:56
David Lugg 2:53
Sheelagh Lugg 2:53
Doug McElroy 3:01
Kevin Middleton 3:21
Nicky Middleton 3:21
David Minter 3:31
Colin Mitchell DNS
Shelly Mobbs 3:22
Debbie O'Hara 2:46
Mark OMahony 4:04
Theresa Osman 3:01
Kevin Osman 3:02
Paul Patterson 3:04
Liz Phipps 2:40
Peter Richardson 2:59
Andrew Savage 2:44
Richard Scrase 3:03
Teresa Servas 2:46
Colin Silver 3:35
Richard Stearn 2:42
Nicky Stearn 2:42
Nick Stevenson 2:42
Judith Swallow 3:31
Ben Thomas 2:00
Jim Thornycroft 3:15
Tammit Titcombe 2:46
Damian Tracey 2:43
Andrew Tranter DNS
Elizabeth Turner 3:20
Roger Warlow 2:26
Cecile Willemsem 3:42
Jon Willemsem 3:42
Lyn Williamson 4:12

About the Event

Info for Riders

Uniquely sited on the edge of both the Cotswolds and the Berkshire Downs, the historic Oxfordshire market town of Faringdon is perfectly placed to host the varied challenges and stunning scenery of the Le Tour de Farcycles (TdF) to be held on Saturday July 27th, 2019. This popular event, which was formally called the Farcycle Faringdon Sportive, has sold out in previous years, and has  received a reputation for its hospitality and food. It offers 100, 70 and 35 mile options. The routes were substantially changed for 2015 and have been refined over the last few years, following feedback from the previous events.

The start is close to several of Faringdon's central car parks and there are other facilities around the town. More details of these will be supplied in the joining pack sent to all participants 

To encourage young riders we have concessions for all under 16 riders and a free entry for smaller people on trailer bikes. All riders under 18 need to bring a completed parental consent form, and all under 16 riders will need the form and to be riding with an adult en-route. Please email the event organiser for a parental consent form.

Please note that the following age limits apply to each of our three routes:

The Epic Test (100 miles): riders must be aged 18 or over to enter.

The Full Monty (70 miles): riders must be aged 16 or over.

Under 18's must complete a parental consent form to ride. Please download a form from our website or contact us for one.

The Gentle Challege (35 miles): riders must be aged 12 or over

Under 18's must complete a parental consent form to ride. Please download a form from our website or contact us for one.

Under 16's must be accompanied by an adult throughout the ride.

The Rides

3
Tdf Epic Test 100 (18 and above) Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sat 27/07/19 06:45 161km / 100 miles 228 50
Entry: On Day: (£35.00)
Sat 27/07/19 – 06:45
3
British Cycling Grading: 228 | Est. Field Size: 50
161km / 100 miles
2
Tdf Full Monty 70 (16 and above) Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sat 27/07/19 08:30 119km / 74 miles 120 150
Entry: On Day: (£30.00)
Sat 27/07/19 – 08:30
2
British Cycling Grading: 120 | Est. Field Size: 150
119km / 74 miles
1
TdF Gentle Challenge 35 (12 - 16) Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sat 27/07/19 10:30 60km / 37 miles 19 20
Entry: On Day: (£20.00)
Sat 27/07/19 – 10:30
1
British Cycling Grading: 19 | Est. Field Size: 20
60km / 37 miles
1
TdF Gentle Challenge 35 (17 and above) Ride
Date Start Distance BCG Est. Field Size
Sat 27/07/19 10:30 60km / 37 miles 19 100
Entry: On Day: (£25.00)
Sat 27/07/19 – 10:30
1
British Cycling Grading: 19 | Est. Field Size: 100
60km / 37 miles

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