Evans RideIt! - King of the Downs Sportive Ride

Cycle Sportive , Crawley – Sunday, 27 May 2012

Event Summary

Event Details

This is not a British Cycling registered event

Start Date:

Sun, 27th May 2012

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Camino Park, Camino Park, James Watt Way, Crawley, West Sussex, RH10 9TZ
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Event promoted by:

Evans Cycles

About the Event

Info for Riders

The Epic King of the Downs is back and it ain’t fooling around! This ride is that punches above it’s weight with 113 miles of tarmac,and 10 killer climbs! This is a ride that will test your stamina, and see you conquer the Downs! Step up to the challenge and reap the rewards of dramatic scenery and exhilaration! Harder, longer and hillier than the usual Ride It! sportives, the King of The Downs super sportive will test your road cycling strength and endurance to the max. Taking place on Sunday the 27th of May, the 113 mile challenge takes in over 10 killer climbs in the South East’s iconic road cycling areas totalling over 9,000 ft!: The North Downs, the Surrey Hills, Ashdown Forest and the hills scattered through East Surrey & Kent. And for those looking for a shorter (but just as tough) challenge there's the 56 mile half sportive option. Registration opens at 5am. Start times between 6-8am for full sportive and 8-10 am for half sportive. Children Under 16 free entry if accompanied by a fu

The Rides

Super Sportive - Full route Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 27/05/12 06:00 180km / 112 miles ---
Entry: Online: (£25.00 + £0.60 Application fee), On Day: (£27.50)
Sun 27/05/12 – 06:00
180km / 112 miles
Half route Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 27/05/12 07:00 89km / 55 miles ---
Entry: Online: (£25.00 + £0.60 Application fee), On Day: (£27.50)
Sun 27/05/12 – 07:00
89km / 55 miles

Event Summary

Event Details

This is not a British Cycling registered event

Start Date:

Sun, 27th May 2012

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Camino Park, Camino Park, James Watt Way, Crawley, West Sussex, RH10 9TZ
View map

Event promoted by:

Evans Cycles

About the Event

Info for Riders

The Epic King of the Downs is back and it ain’t fooling around! This ride is that punches above it’s weight with 113 miles of tarmac,and 10 killer climbs! This is a ride that will test your stamina, and see you conquer the Downs! Step up to the challenge and reap the rewards of dramatic scenery and exhilaration! Harder, longer and hillier than the usual Ride It! sportives, the King of The Downs super sportive will test your road cycling strength and endurance to the max. Taking place on Sunday the 27th of May, the 113 mile challenge takes in over 10 killer climbs in the South East’s iconic road cycling areas totalling over 9,000 ft!: The North Downs, the Surrey Hills, Ashdown Forest and the hills scattered through East Surrey & Kent. And for those looking for a shorter (but just as tough) challenge there's the 56 mile half sportive option. Registration opens at 5am. Start times between 6-8am for full sportive and 8-10 am for half sportive. Children Under 16 free entry if accompanied by a fu

The Rides

Super Sportive - Full route Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 27/05/12 06:00 180km / 112 miles ---
Entry: Online: (£25.00 + £0.60 Application fee), On Day: (£27.50)
Sun 27/05/12 – 06:00
180km / 112 miles
Half route Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 27/05/12 07:00 89km / 55 miles ---
Entry: Online: (£25.00 + £0.60 Application fee), On Day: (£27.50)
Sun 27/05/12 – 07:00
89km / 55 miles

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