Big G Sportive

Cycle Sportive , Beverley – Saturday, 21 Jul 2012

Registered Sportive

Event Summary

Event Details

Event URN:

244340

Start Date:

Sat, 21st Jul 2012

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Longcroft School, Burton Road, Beverley, East Yorkshire, HU17 7EH
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Cheques payable to:

n/a

Event promoted by:

Hull Thursday Road Club

Event Website:

Visit Website

About the Event

Info for Riders

The 160Km route starts and finishes in the historic market town of Beverley and will cover the best roads in the Yorkshire Wolds featuring many of the toughest climbs used in the East Yorkshire Classic and the 2006 &2007 National Road Race Championships. Featured climbs include Life Hill (Sledmere), Fimber, Wharram Percy Wold, Birdsall Brow, Thixendale Wold, Hanging Grimston, Acklam Brow, Great Givendale and Nunburnholme. Don’t be fooled into thinking that with only 2600 meters of climbing that this will be an easy ride. The climbs come thick and fast especially in the middle third and with very little flat roads your legs will certainly know you’ve been on the Big G sportive. This year we have introduced a new Mini G which is designed for novice cyclists who want to take part in the event but don’t feel ready to take on the challenge of the longer routes. Participants will get the same quality service that riders in the longer events enjoy apart from the post ride meal.

The Rides

Big G (SOLD OUT) Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sat 21/07/12 08:00 160km / 99 miles ---
Entry: On Day: (£25.00)
Sat 21/07/12 – 08:00
160km / 99 miles
Mini G Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sat 21/07/12 08:00 30km / 19 miles ---
Entry: On Day: (£15.00)
Sat 21/07/12 – 08:00
30km / 19 miles

Event Summary

Event Details

Event URN:

244340

Start Date:

Sat, 21st Jul 2012

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Longcroft School, Burton Road, Beverley, East Yorkshire, HU17 7EH
View map

Cheques payable to:

n/a

Event promoted by:

Hull Thursday Road Club

Event Website:

Visit Website

About the Event

Info for Riders

The 160Km route starts and finishes in the historic market town of Beverley and will cover the best roads in the Yorkshire Wolds featuring many of the toughest climbs used in the East Yorkshire Classic and the 2006 &2007 National Road Race Championships. Featured climbs include Life Hill (Sledmere), Fimber, Wharram Percy Wold, Birdsall Brow, Thixendale Wold, Hanging Grimston, Acklam Brow, Great Givendale and Nunburnholme. Don’t be fooled into thinking that with only 2600 meters of climbing that this will be an easy ride. The climbs come thick and fast especially in the middle third and with very little flat roads your legs will certainly know you’ve been on the Big G sportive. This year we have introduced a new Mini G which is designed for novice cyclists who want to take part in the event but don’t feel ready to take on the challenge of the longer routes. Participants will get the same quality service that riders in the longer events enjoy apart from the post ride meal.

The Rides

Big G (SOLD OUT) Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sat 21/07/12 08:00 160km / 99 miles ---
Entry: On Day: (£25.00)
Sat 21/07/12 – 08:00
160km / 99 miles
Mini G Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sat 21/07/12 08:00 30km / 19 miles ---
Entry: On Day: (£15.00)
Sat 21/07/12 – 08:00
30km / 19 miles
Registered Sportive

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