Ranskill Gold

Reliability Trial , Ulley – Sunday, 13 Mar 2022

Event Summary

Event Overview

We are delighted to announce Sitwell Cycling Club's first Reliability Ride, Ranskill Gold, which is being held to raise money for our charity partner for 2021 / 2022 - Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice.
 
A reliability ride is a test of a cyclist’s reliability and that of their bike coming out of the winter period, and a great way to build some base endurance ready for the warmer months. The route is not signposted, but a GPX file will be provided before the event. This is not a race, the event takes place on open roads without marshals, and it is imperative that participants ride responsibly and in accordance with the Highway Code
 
There are three routes to choose from - the 40 mile 'Compact', 60 mile 'Semi-Compact' and the 'Standard' 80 mile jaunt to really test your reliability. All routes head in an easterly direction from the event HQ, they are predominantly flat-ish on quiet roads but with a couple of undulations here and there to keep you on your toes.
 
Entry is £10 per rider for all routes, light refreshments are available at HQ before and after the event. All donations to Bluebell Wood gratefully received!
 
Pre entry is preferred although entry is available on the day (card payments available).

Event Details

Event URN:

500397

Start Date:

Sun, 13th Mar 2022

Event Type:

Reliability Trial (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Ulley Village Hall, Main Street, Ulley, South Yorkshire, S26 3YD

View map

Cheques payable to:

Enter online at British Cycling

Entry close date

Fri, 11th Mar 2022

Event promoted by:

Sitwell Cycling Club (website)

Event Website:

Visit Website

Event Organiser:

James Fox
james.fox@sitwell.cc

Other Events:

View other events promoted by this organisation

About the Event

Info for Riders

HQ

HQ is located at Ulley Village Hall, Main Street, Ulley, S26 3YD. Please note there is no parking at HQ so please consider riding over to HQ, there is limited on-road parking in the village but please ensure you are considerate and obey all regulations.

 

Sign On and Start Times

Sign on from 8:00am, start times are dependent on route:

 

80 mile - 8:30am roll out

60 mile - 9:00am roll out

40 mile - 9:30am roll out

 

Feed Stations

Please be aware that as this is a Reliability Ride there are no feed stations, however we encourage you to stop at any one of the great eateries along the three routes such as:

 

80 Mile - Happy Cafe @ Sandtoft (around mile 43)

60 Mile - Pantry 8020 @ Misterton (around mile 26)

40 Mile - Torworth Grange @ Torworth (around mile 18)

 

Route

GPX files will be emailed out prior to the event along with route descriptions and details of potential hazards on the course.

 

Junior Riders

Under 18's must provide a signed parental consent form.

 

COVID MEASURES:

Weather permitting, rider registration will take place outdoors by sign-on stewards checking- off pre-entered riders.

Please wear a face covering when entering HQ. 

Avoid congregating in large groups at the start, please leave as soon as your group are ready.

If you can, keep your distance from people not in your group.

If you are showing any symptoms of COVID, please do not attend.

Please consider taking a Lateral Flow Test prior to attending.

The Rides

Standard Route Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 13/03/22 08:30 --- --- 127km / 79 miles
Sun 13/03/22 – 08:30
127km / 79 miles
Semi-Compact Route Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 13/03/22 09:00 --- --- 100km / 62 miles
Sun 13/03/22 – 09:00
Compact Route Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 13/03/22 09:30 --- --- 64km / 40 miles
Sun 13/03/22 – 09:30
64km / 40 miles

Event Summary

Event Overview

We are delighted to announce Sitwell Cycling Club's first Reliability Ride, Ranskill Gold, which is being held to raise money for our charity partner for 2021 / 2022 - Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice.
 
A reliability ride is a test of a cyclist’s reliability and that of their bike coming out of the winter period, and a great way to build some base endurance ready for the warmer months. The route is not signposted, but a GPX file will be provided before the event. This is not a race, the event takes place on open roads without marshals, and it is imperative that participants ride responsibly and in accordance with the Highway Code
 
There are three routes to choose from - the 40 mile 'Compact', 60 mile 'Semi-Compact' and the 'Standard' 80 mile jaunt to really test your reliability. All routes head in an easterly direction from the event HQ, they are predominantly flat-ish on quiet roads but with a couple of undulations here and there to keep you on your toes.
 
Entry is £10 per rider for all routes, light refreshments are available at HQ before and after the event. All donations to Bluebell Wood gratefully received!
 
Pre entry is preferred although entry is available on the day (card payments available).

Event Details

Event URN:

500397

Start Date:

Sun, 13th Mar 2022

Event Type:

Reliability Trial (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Ulley Village Hall, Main Street, Ulley, South Yorkshire, S26 3YD

View map

Cheques payable to:

Enter online at British Cycling

Entry close date

Fri, 11th Mar 2022

Event promoted by:

Sitwell Cycling Club (website)

Event Website:

Visit Website

Event Organiser:

James Fox
james.fox@sitwell.cc

Other Events:

View other events promoted by this organisation

About the Event

Info for Riders

HQ

HQ is located at Ulley Village Hall, Main Street, Ulley, S26 3YD. Please note there is no parking at HQ so please consider riding over to HQ, there is limited on-road parking in the village but please ensure you are considerate and obey all regulations.

 

Sign On and Start Times

Sign on from 8:00am, start times are dependent on route:

 

80 mile - 8:30am roll out

60 mile - 9:00am roll out

40 mile - 9:30am roll out

 

Feed Stations

Please be aware that as this is a Reliability Ride there are no feed stations, however we encourage you to stop at any one of the great eateries along the three routes such as:

 

80 Mile - Happy Cafe @ Sandtoft (around mile 43)

60 Mile - Pantry 8020 @ Misterton (around mile 26)

40 Mile - Torworth Grange @ Torworth (around mile 18)

 

Route

GPX files will be emailed out prior to the event along with route descriptions and details of potential hazards on the course.

 

Junior Riders

Under 18's must provide a signed parental consent form.

 

COVID MEASURES:

Weather permitting, rider registration will take place outdoors by sign-on stewards checking- off pre-entered riders.

Please wear a face covering when entering HQ. 

Avoid congregating in large groups at the start, please leave as soon as your group are ready.

If you can, keep your distance from people not in your group.

If you are showing any symptoms of COVID, please do not attend.

Please consider taking a Lateral Flow Test prior to attending.

The Rides

Standard Route Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 13/03/22 08:30 --- --- 127km / 79 miles
Sun 13/03/22 – 08:30
127km / 79 miles
Semi-Compact Route Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 13/03/22 09:00 --- --- 100km / 62 miles
Sun 13/03/22 – 09:00
Compact Route Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 13/03/22 09:30 --- --- 64km / 40 miles
Sun 13/03/22 – 09:30
64km / 40 miles

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