Peaks Peek Charity Ride

Cycle Sportive , Hazel Grove – Sunday, 19 May 2013

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Registered Sportive

Event Summary

Event Overview

A magnificent route through the lanes of Cheshire with a peek at the Peak district. The ride has a long route of 100km, Starting at Sportive Nation in Hazel Grove, taking in some of the legendary climbs and descents of the region; the Brick Works, Shining Tor, Derbyshire Bridge and the Cat and Fiddle, before descending back down through the leafy lanes of Cheshire. We have even worked in a shorter route of 65km missing out the climbs, but taking in the best countryside that Cheshire has to offer. All proceeds go to the Stuart Fraser-Thomson Foundation. 

Event Details

Event URN:

251072

Start Date:

Sun, 19th May 2013

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Sportive Nation, 31-35 Buxton Road, Hazel Grove, Cheshire, SK76AF
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Cheques payable to:

The Stuart Fraser-Thomson Foundation

Event promoted by:

Sportive Nation Cycling Team

Event Website:

Visit Website

About the Event

Info for Riders

Route A 100km with some of the best climbs and descents the region has to offer Route B 65km, skipping the big Peaks Peek section Route A start time 9:30 Route B start time 10:30 Barbecue at the finish Feed stations GPS files to download from www.thestuartfraserthomsonfoundation.org.uk Limited parking available at Sportive Nation otherwise on street Route will be clearly marked. Support vehicle will be on the route on the day.

The Rides

Ride A Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 19/05/13 09:30 04 hr 30 mins / plus 1 laps / 100km / 62 miles 50
Entry: Postal: (£20.00), On Day: (£25.00)
Sun 19/05/13 – 09:30
Est. Field Size: 50
04 hr 30 mins / plus 1 laps / 100km / 62 miles
Ride B Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 19/05/13 10:30 03 hr / plus 1 laps / 65km / 40 miles 100
Entry: Postal: (£15.00), On Day: (£20.00)
Sun 19/05/13 – 10:30
Est. Field Size: 100
03 hr / plus 1 laps / 65km / 40 miles

Event Summary

Event Overview

A magnificent route through the lanes of Cheshire with a peek at the Peak district. The ride has a long route of 100km, Starting at Sportive Nation in Hazel Grove, taking in some of the legendary climbs and descents of the region; the Brick Works, Shining Tor, Derbyshire Bridge and the Cat and Fiddle, before descending back down through the leafy lanes of Cheshire. We have even worked in a shorter route of 65km missing out the climbs, but taking in the best countryside that Cheshire has to offer. All proceeds go to the Stuart Fraser-Thomson Foundation. 

Event Details

Event URN:

251072

Start Date:

Sun, 19th May 2013

Event Type:

Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

Sportive Nation, 31-35 Buxton Road, Hazel Grove, Cheshire, SK76AF
View map

Cheques payable to:

The Stuart Fraser-Thomson Foundation

Event promoted by:

Sportive Nation Cycling Team

Event Website:

Visit Website

About the Event

Info for Riders

Route A 100km with some of the best climbs and descents the region has to offer Route B 65km, skipping the big Peaks Peek section Route A start time 9:30 Route B start time 10:30 Barbecue at the finish Feed stations GPS files to download from www.thestuartfraserthomsonfoundation.org.uk Limited parking available at Sportive Nation otherwise on street Route will be clearly marked. Support vehicle will be on the route on the day.

The Rides

Ride A Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 19/05/13 09:30 04 hr 30 mins / plus 1 laps / 100km / 62 miles 50
Entry: Postal: (£20.00), On Day: (£25.00)
Sun 19/05/13 – 09:30
Est. Field Size: 50
04 hr 30 mins / plus 1 laps / 100km / 62 miles
Ride B Ride
Date Start Distance Est. Field Size
Sun 19/05/13 10:30 03 hr / plus 1 laps / 65km / 40 miles 100
Entry: Postal: (£15.00), On Day: (£20.00)
Sun 19/05/13 – 10:30
Est. Field Size: 100
03 hr / plus 1 laps / 65km / 40 miles

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