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Kilo to Go Travel Far and Wide in 2014

by Nick Gregory

When it comes to sportives, Kilo to Go are all over the place. They've been running sportives all over the country for years, and 2014 continues to take in stunning routes across the length and breadth of the land with events in Cheshire, Cornwall, Essex, Mercia, Yorkshire, The Fens and The Peak District. 

Thankfully, when it comes to organisation, Kilo to Go are anything but all over the place. 

Slick and convenient online registration is available at www.kilotogo.com where you can quickly book yourself or a group of riders on to events. Plus, you can Ride for Free. Register yourself and a group of 10 others for any event and they will refund the team leader's entry price. 

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In the lead up to the event, entrants will receive their rider packs in the post. These contain your timing chip and number so you can simply turn up at the start line without having to join a registration queue. Make the most of the extra sleep, or a more leisurely breakfast to help prepare for your challenge ahead. 

All registered riders receive a goody bag - no matter if you sign up 3 months before, or on the day. 

Out on the route, not only will you be challenged, but extensive backup will be provided, with rigorous safety measures and premium feed stations throughout. Along the magenta-signed routes, you'll be supported by fully trained Health Profession Council (HPC) standard paramedics, motorbike outriders and a broom wagon. 

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This year, Kilo to Go have managed to organise exclusive Closed Road Sections on certain events - the incredible Mow Cop Killer Mile on the Wiggle Cheshire Cat and the simply stunning Winnat's Pass on Wiggle Tour of the Peak. Both feature sections of thigh-busting 20% gradients.

Finally, Kilo to Go have also recently launched some free-to-enter reliability trials prior to the season's opening 'supersportive' - the Wiggle Cheshire Cat. You'll find all the details you need under their Rideouts page. A returnable deposit is required to enter, but Rideouts are essentially completely free to ride and a great way to benchmark your training progress alongside other sportive riders.

To discover all the other Kilo to Go benefits head to www.kilotogo.com.