C2C Challenge

OnRoad Leisure , Sunderland – Saturday, 13 Jul 2013

Event Details

Event URN:

250172

Start Date:

Sat, 13th Jul 2013

Finish date:

Sun, 14th Jul 2013

Event Type:

OnRoad Leisure (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Sixth Form Centre Car Park, Sir Tom Cowie Campus, St Peters Way, Sunderland, Durham, SR6 0DD
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Event promoted by:

Tyne Valley C.C (website)

Event Website:

Visit Website

Cheques payable to:

Chain Events

Info for Riders

The world-famous C2C cycle route traverses northern England from Coast to Coast taking in the magnificent scenery of the Lake District and the north Pennines.The well-supported flagship event of the Chain Events program which has featured in July for the last three years running is the C2C Challenge ride. Participants and their bikes will be bussed from Sunderland to Whitehaven early on Saturday morning in time for them to cycle back 70 miles to Alston where their luggage will be waiting at a spectacular riverside campsite. Another early start on the Sunday morning leading to a swift breakfast and departure for the second half of the ride to finish on the North Sea Coast at Sunderland.


The Rides

Date Start Ride name Classification Band Rider Cat Ride length
13/07/13 06:00 C2C Challenge - 224 km --- --- --- 1 laps / 224km / 139 miles

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Enter a Ride

Ride C2C Challenge
Date Start Classification Rider Cat
Sat 13/07/13 06:00 --- ---
Entry: Postal: (£80.00), On Day: (£80.00)
Ride C2C Challenge
Sat 13/07/13 - 06:00
Rider Cat:
Entry: Postal: (£80.00), On Day: (£80.00)

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