Moor 2 Sea 2013

Cycle Sportive , Exeter – Saturday, 07 Sep 2013

Event Details

Event URN:

248542

Start Date:

Sat, 7th Sep 2013

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Exeter Racecourse, Kennford, Exeter, Devon, EX6 7XS
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Event Overview

Following its successful 'sell-out' launch in 2012, the Moor 2 Sea Sportive returns to Exeter Racecourse Conference Centre on Saturday 7th September 2013. This awesome cycle challenge takes in some of Deven's finest cycling areas, including: Haldon Forest, Dartmoor National Park, Teign Valley, and the stunning South West Coast.

This year the Moor 2 Sea offers you a choice of three new routes: The 'Inspire' (60 km / 37 miles), The 'Challenge' (104 km / 65 miles) and for the serious endurance cyclists, the 'Extreme' (180 km / 112 miles). Full details of these routes are available on our website www.moor2sea.com.

The Challenge & Extreme routes both include a 'King of the Mountains' timed stage, providing an additional  'challenge within a challenge'. This year's KoM stage will be Haytor, using the same iconic climb where John Tiernan-Locke secured his KoM victory in the 2011 Tour of Britain and where this year's ToB stage 6 will finish. There is a much coveted KoM Medal Pin that is awarded to anyone who can conquer this 1,200 ft climb, within the designated time.

Medals are awarded to everyone who completes their chosen route within the designated time for their age category. Full details of age categories are Medal Standards can be found on our website www.moor2sea.com

The event supports two charities, Help for Heroes and the Dartmoor Search and Rescue Team (Ashburton).

Places are limited to 1000 and this event sold out quickly in 2012 so early registration is recommended if you want to avoid disappointment.

For further information please visit www.moor2sea.com

Info for Riders

Following its successful 'sell-out' launch in 2012, the Moor 2 Sea Sportive returns to Exeter Racecourse Conference Centre on Saturday 7th September 2013. This awesome cycle challenge takes in some of Deven's finest cycling areas, including: Haldon Forest, Dartmoor National Park, Teign Valley, and the stunning South West Coast. This year the Moor 2 Sea offers you a choice of three new routes: The 'Inspire' (60 km / 37 miles), The 'Challenge' (104 km / 65 miles) and for the serious endurance cyclists, the 'Extreme' (180 km / 112 miles). Our 2013 'King of the Mountains' stage challenge will be on Haytor (Challenge & Extreme routes only). Full details of these routes are available on our website www.moor2sea.com.


The Rides

Date Start Ride name Ride length
7/09/13 07:00 M2C Extreme - 179 km 179km / 111 miles
7/09/13 08:00 M2C Challenge - 108 km 108km / 67 miles
7/09/13 08:00 M2C Inspire - 60 km 60km / 37 miles

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Enter a Ride

Ride M2C Extreme
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sat 07/09/13 07:00 0 laps / 179km / 112m ---
Entry: Postal: (£35.00), On Day: (£40.00)
Ride M2C Extreme
Sat 07/09/13 - 07:00
179km / 112 miles
Entry: Postal: (£35.00), On Day: (£40.00)
Ride M2C Challenge
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sat 07/09/13 08:00 0 laps / 108km / 67m ---
Entry: Postal: (£35.00), On Day: (£40.00)
Ride M2C Challenge
Sat 07/09/13 - 08:00
108km / 67 miles
Entry: Postal: (£35.00), On Day: (£40.00)
Ride M2C Inspire
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sat 07/09/13 08:00 0 laps / 60km / 38m ---
Entry: Postal: (£35.00), On Day: (£40.00)
Ride M2C Inspire
Sat 07/09/13 - 08:00
60km / 38 miles
Entry: Postal: (£35.00), On Day: (£40.00)

Sportive: Moor 2 Sea

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Posted 09/04/2013 - British Cycling

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