Air Ambulance Double 100

Cycle Sportive , Cranleigh – Sunday, 10 Jun 2012

Event Summary

Event Details

This is not a British Cycling registered event

Start Date:

Sun, 10th Jun 2012

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Sussex/Surrey Air Ambulance Base, Dunsfold Park, Cranleigh, GU6 8TB
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Event promoted by:

Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance Trust

About the Event

Info for Riders

This year the Double 100 will again take the cyclists on routes around the country lanes of Surrey, West and East Sussex and Kent with a choice of 100 miles or 100km routes. Both routes start out from Dunsfold Park and head south on the B2133 on a route that will take the cyclists along beautiful country lanes with only a very few sections on A roads. The route will head around Billingshurst, Southwater and on up to Handcross where the route will split. The 100 milers will then continue to Turners Hill, around the Weir Wood Reservoir, through parts of Ashdown Forest and on to Hartfield and into Kent. The second half will take the cyclists back west, through Lingfield around Horley to Newdigate and then on a beautiful route up for a final challenge to Holmbury St Mary in the Surrey Hills and Peaslake before dropping back down through Ewhurst, Cranleigh and back to Dunsfold Park.

Event Summary

Event Details

This is not a British Cycling registered event

Start Date:

Sun, 10th Jun 2012

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Sussex/Surrey Air Ambulance Base, Dunsfold Park, Cranleigh, GU6 8TB
View map

Event promoted by:

Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance Trust

About the Event

Info for Riders

This year the Double 100 will again take the cyclists on routes around the country lanes of Surrey, West and East Sussex and Kent with a choice of 100 miles or 100km routes. Both routes start out from Dunsfold Park and head south on the B2133 on a route that will take the cyclists along beautiful country lanes with only a very few sections on A roads. The route will head around Billingshurst, Southwater and on up to Handcross where the route will split. The 100 milers will then continue to Turners Hill, around the Weir Wood Reservoir, through parts of Ashdown Forest and on to Hartfield and into Kent. The second half will take the cyclists back west, through Lingfield around Horley to Newdigate and then on a beautiful route up for a final challenge to Holmbury St Mary in the Surrey Hills and Peaslake before dropping back down through Ewhurst, Cranleigh and back to Dunsfold Park.

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