Shropshire Hills Cycle Sportive

Cycle Sportive , Bridgnorth – Sunday, 01 Jul 2012

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Event Summary

Event Details

Event URN:

241521

Start Date:

Sun, 1st Jul 2012

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Bridgnorth Town Centre, High Street, Bridgnorth, WV16 4DX
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Cheques payable to:

n/a

Event Website:

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Reports

Shropshire Hills' 'family-friendly feel' a hit with participants

Posted 05/07/2012 - British Cycling

Shropshire Hills' 'family-friendly feel' a hit with participants

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About the Event

Info for Riders

Shropshire Hills 50 - Awwww…. The baby brother. Once again, we’ll take you over the Clee and bring you back down the Corvedale valley with the wind at your back. Probably. It’s a great way to get into sportive riding providing a proper but manageable challenge. Have a break at Caynham after the climb and roll back in. Shropshire Hills 70 - New for this year, the slightly troublesome Inbetweener taking in the feedstops at Caynham and Leighton. For those who want a little more riding after climbing the Clee or who did the 50 last year and want to take a step up on the way to the 100 for 2013 perhaps? Shropshire Hills 100 - Now we are talking. The bad boy Big Brother. Tough. This takes in the Clee and the Stiperstones and all three feedstations, including a piece of cake the size of a football at The Bog on top of the Long Mynd. We had a couple of claims for a sub 5 hour ride time last year. No, we don’t believe them either….

The Rides

Baby Boy Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 01/07/12 09:00 80km / 50 miles ---
Sun 01/07/12 – 09:00
80km / 50 miles
Big Brother Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 01/07/12 09:00 160km / 99 miles ---
Sun 01/07/12 – 09:00
160km / 99 miles
Middle Child Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 01/07/12 09:00 111km / 69 miles ---
Sun 01/07/12 – 09:00
111km / 69 miles

Event Summary

Event Details

Event URN:

241521

Start Date:

Sun, 1st Jul 2012

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Bridgnorth Town Centre, High Street, Bridgnorth, WV16 4DX
View map

Cheques payable to:

n/a

Event Website:

Visit Website

Reports

Shropshire Hills' 'family-friendly feel' a hit with participants

Posted 05/07/2012 - British Cycling

Shropshire Hills' 'family-friendly feel' a hit with participants

View Full Report

About the Event

Info for Riders

Shropshire Hills 50 - Awwww…. The baby brother. Once again, we’ll take you over the Clee and bring you back down the Corvedale valley with the wind at your back. Probably. It’s a great way to get into sportive riding providing a proper but manageable challenge. Have a break at Caynham after the climb and roll back in. Shropshire Hills 70 - New for this year, the slightly troublesome Inbetweener taking in the feedstops at Caynham and Leighton. For those who want a little more riding after climbing the Clee or who did the 50 last year and want to take a step up on the way to the 100 for 2013 perhaps? Shropshire Hills 100 - Now we are talking. The bad boy Big Brother. Tough. This takes in the Clee and the Stiperstones and all three feedstations, including a piece of cake the size of a football at The Bog on top of the Long Mynd. We had a couple of claims for a sub 5 hour ride time last year. No, we don’t believe them either….

The Rides

Baby Boy Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 01/07/12 09:00 80km / 50 miles ---
Sun 01/07/12 – 09:00
80km / 50 miles
Big Brother Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 01/07/12 09:00 160km / 99 miles ---
Sun 01/07/12 – 09:00
160km / 99 miles
Middle Child Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 01/07/12 09:00 111km / 69 miles ---
Sun 01/07/12 – 09:00
111km / 69 miles

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