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Sportive
Blue Giraffe Bicycles North York Moors Spring Classic Sportive
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Blue Giraffe Bicycles North York Moors Spring Classic Sportive

06/04/2014 - Stokesley, North Yorkshire

The Blue Giraffe Bicycles / North York Moor Spring Classic feature a new route for 2014. Utilising much of a route used for many years on the Four Dales Road Race. The route is a 56 mile challenge with 1139 metres of climbing and a longest climb of 253 metres over almost 8 miles. The majority of the climbs are shorter but much steeper! The route leads away from Kirkby to Carlton and a climb of the savage Carlton Bank, leading to Chop Gate and taking in Bilsdale to climb Newgate Bank. Helmsley is...

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The Biketreks Lakeland classics: Shap Spring Classic
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The Biketreks Lakeland classics: Shap Spring Classic

06/04/2014 - Shap

This marks the first of three events in THE LAKELAND CLASSICS SERIES and you have the choice to ride one or ride them all. The 75 miles Shap Spring Classic will kick start your sportive season with an undulating route going between the Eden Valley and the North Pennines, laced with steady climbs and open vistas. It takes in some of the quieter lanes in the Dales, passing Cautley Spout, with the odd sharp section of ascending but mainly rolling countryside.

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MANCHESTER-CHESTER-MANCHESTER
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MANCHESTER-CHESTER-MANCHESTER

06/04/2014 - Poynton Leisure Centre

Welcome to Manchester Chester Manchester Cyclosportive. We have three great routes 30 miles 60 miles and 100 miles designed by experienced local club cyclists. Starting at Poynton Leisure Centre the ride takes to riders across the Cheshire Plains through Delamere Forest near to Chester on a circular route paste Beeston Castle and back to Poynton. All three routes are relatively flat, there are some small hills and undulations but no big hills. Fabulous countryside and some very quiet roads espe...

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Charity Ride
Norfolk Cycle Show & Charity Ride
1 out of 10
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Norfolk Cycle Show & Charity Ride

06/04/2014 - Norwich

The Norfolk Cycle Show is back - this time bigger and better - and with a bang! We have the legendary Graeme Obree and Michael Hutchinson as special guests, plus a whole range of cycling activities and stands on offer for free, plus our BIG Charity Ride, with Ronald McDonald House Charities plus the local charity NANSA. Come bring your bike and lets raise some money!

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Sportive
Wiggle New Forest Spring Sportive (Saturday)
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Wiggle New Forest Spring Sportive (Saturday)

12/04/2014 - Brockenhurst

Voted in the UK's top 10 Sportives, the Wiggle Super Series New Forest Spring Sportive is one of the UK's most popular events.

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MTB
Evans Cycles Off Road RideIt! Milton Keynes
4 out of 10
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Evans Cycles Off Road RideIt! Milton Keynes

12/04/2014 - Milton Keynes

We've got private entry to Aspley Woods covered on this ride. Normally riders pay to enjoy the grounds, but we've sorted that for you and we'll also guide you through the woods and trails of Woborn Sands. At 2/5 this one could yield a fast time if you're seeking speed, or it could be a good warm-up for those just starting out.

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Wrynose or Bust
9 out of 10
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Wrynose or Bust

13/04/2014 - Lancaster

Wrynose or Bust: 115 tough miles (185km) through the hills of north Lancashire and South Cumbria with Wrynose pass in the middle. This famous Lakeland climb takes you from sea level to nearly 1281 ft in just over 14 miles, the last section being a 25% climb and a 30% descent into the Little Langdale valley. This event was described by Cycling Weekly as a developing classic.

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