The Heart of York Bike Ride

OnRoad Leisure , York – Sunday, 01 Sep 2013

Event Summary

Event Details

This is not a British Cycling registered event

Start Date:

Sun, 1st Sep 2013

Event Type:

OnRoad Leisure (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

York St John University Sports Centre, Nestl?â¿® Rowntree Park, Haxby Road,, York, YO31 8FY

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Event promoted by:

British Heart Foundation

About the Event

Info for Riders

Choose from two circular routes, both starting from the historic city of York and taking in some of the best North Yorkshire moorland and countryside. Terrain is all road and suitable for road/mountain and hybrid bikes. 22 miles Our 22 mile route provides flat, easy riding through moorland and countryside including the eerie moorland of Strensall Common. B roads throughout with checkpoints along the way. 40 miles Our 40 mile route which is our longest ride. Challenge yourself to take on the eerie moorland of Strensall Common, the Howardian Hills, pass Castle Howard, the undulating Bulmer Bank with a challenging 1 in 6 incline, and a tough ascent in the picturesque village of Hovingham followed by the very fast, long descent of the ‘straight as an arrow’ Terrington Bank on the way back to York.

The Rides

22mile Route Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 01/09/13 08:00 --- --- 35km / 22 miles
Entry: Online: (£16.00 + £0.70 Application fee), Postal: (£16.00), On Day: (£20.00)
Sun 01/09/13 – 08:00
35km / 22 miles
40mile Route Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 01/09/13 08:00 --- --- 64km / 40 miles
Entry: Online: (£16.00 + £0.70 Application fee), Postal: (£16.00), On Day: (£20.00)
Sun 01/09/13 – 08:00
64km / 40 miles

Event Summary

Event Details

This is not a British Cycling registered event

Start Date:

Sun, 1st Sep 2013

Event Type:

OnRoad Leisure (Non-Competitive)

Venue:

York St John University Sports Centre, Nestl?â¿® Rowntree Park, Haxby Road,, York, YO31 8FY

View map

Event promoted by:

British Heart Foundation

About the Event

Info for Riders

Choose from two circular routes, both starting from the historic city of York and taking in some of the best North Yorkshire moorland and countryside. Terrain is all road and suitable for road/mountain and hybrid bikes. 22 miles Our 22 mile route provides flat, easy riding through moorland and countryside including the eerie moorland of Strensall Common. B roads throughout with checkpoints along the way. 40 miles Our 40 mile route which is our longest ride. Challenge yourself to take on the eerie moorland of Strensall Common, the Howardian Hills, pass Castle Howard, the undulating Bulmer Bank with a challenging 1 in 6 incline, and a tough ascent in the picturesque village of Hovingham followed by the very fast, long descent of the ‘straight as an arrow’ Terrington Bank on the way back to York.

The Rides

22mile Route Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 01/09/13 08:00 --- --- 35km / 22 miles
Entry: Online: (£16.00 + £0.70 Application fee), Postal: (£16.00), On Day: (£20.00)
Sun 01/09/13 – 08:00
35km / 22 miles
40mile Route Ride
Date Start Classification Rider Cat Duration
Sun 01/09/13 08:00 --- --- 64km / 40 miles
Entry: Online: (£16.00 + £0.70 Application fee), Postal: (£16.00), On Day: (£20.00)
Sun 01/09/13 – 08:00
64km / 40 miles

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