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Struggle Moors Sportive

05/07/2020 - Ampleforth - Sportive

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Struggle Moors is one of the UK's hardest sportives in Yorkshire. Struggle Moors will next take place on 05 July 2020. Although this epic feat may feel frightful, with preparation, pacing and plenty of fuel it's achievable for any aspiring road cyclist.


The event begins in the stunning setting of Ampleforth Abbey, North Yorkshire and takes riders over 112 miles of challenging terrain among breathtaking Yorkshire Moors landscape. 


The route has been dubbed as one of the hardest sportives in the UK, with riders continuing their training following Struggle Dales to take on this monster event. Cycling Weekly reviewed it as: "One of the best days out and something to aspire to."  



Event Website http://www.ridethestruggle.com

HQ/Start Address
Address Line 1 Ampleforth Abbey
Address Line 2 Ampleforth
Town York
County Antrim
Postcode YO62 4ER
 
Event Facilities
Adequate Car Parking Facilities Adequate Car Parking Facilities
Food & Drink (Pre/Post Event) Food & Drink (Pre/Post Event)
Sign-on at HQ Sign-on at HQ

Support for Participants
SAG wagon following laster rider(s) SAG wagon following laster rider(s)

Organiser Details
Name Struggle Events
Email Email Hidden
Phone 07854661277
County North Yorkshire
Postcode HG32YJ





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This event's shortened URL is: https://cyclosport.org/9253