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Sportive
Autism Wessex Spring New Forest Ride
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Autism Wessex Spring New Forest Ride

16/03/2014 - Christchurch, Dorset

2 Routes / 2 Challenges 30 & 60 Mile options Circular route - starting & finishing at Portfield School, Parley (near Bournemouth Airport) Fully supported Food & Drinks stations Medals for all finishers

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Performance Cycles Mini-Sportive Series (6 of 6)
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Performance Cycles Mini-Sportive Series (6 of 6)

16/03/2014 - Cotswold Water Park

The Performance Cycles Winter Mini-Sportive Series is a series of six events designed to get you through the winter months. Costing just £7 per rider, these events offer two well signed routes (or approx. 45 and 65 miles) a freebie or two when you sign on and the all important bacon sandwich and hot drink when you finish. Please note, there are no feed stations out on course and you will need to be able to be mechanically self-sufficient in the event of a breakdown. 2013/2014 see's us mov...

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Ware's Cambridge?
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Ware's Cambridge?

16/03/2014 - Allenburys Sports & Social Club Priory St, Ware, Hertfordshire, SG12 0DJ

Ware's Cambridge is an exciting new Sportive set to take place on Sunday the 16th of March 2014. The full route goes from Ware to Cambridge and back. Three routes to choose from: Long - 80 miles Medium - 50 miles Short - 30 miles Early Sign ups before Feb 28 receive a free nutrition pack and 750ml Bottle.

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Evans Cycles Sportive RideIt! South Downs
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Evans Cycles Sportive RideIt! South Downs

16/03/2014 - Singleton, Chichester

Starting in the quaint village of Singleton, this ride will test both strength and stamina as we take on some of the most iconic and difficult riding in England's youngest National Park. We begin with a gradual climb to Duncton and after a quick descent of almost 400 ft, we are soon out exploring the best of the Sussex countryside. Efforts are rewarded with a long descents but the hills don't stop; Butser Hill awaits and brings with it the highest point of the ride. A 2 mile ascent up Kennet Hil...

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Training Camp
Cycling Plus Peak District Weekender
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Cycling Plus Peak District Weekender

21/03/2014 - Shrigley Hall, Peak District

Cycling Plus, one of the UK's best selling cycling magazines and leading authority in road cycling, have launched Cycling Plus Weekenders - exclusive riding weekends for 2014. Targeted at riders of all abilities, whether that be a first-timer or veteran, there's always more to learn about riding sportives. Cycling Plus Weekenders are exclusive riding weekends at luxury hotels. They will allow participants the opportunity to receive a vast array of expert guidance from bike maintenance to techniq...

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Charity Ride
BW300 for Sport Relief 2014
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BW300 for Sport Relief 2014

21/03/2014 - Boston

For the past 80 years Boston Wheelers Cycling Club has been a community-based club promoting all levels of cycling in the town and throughout the region. This year we're riding for Sport Relief 2014. On Friday 21st March a group of Wheelers will set off on an epic ride - the challenge for each is to cycle 300 miles of the county's roads within 24 hours. That's the equivalent of cycling from Boston to Aberdeen, or to Brighton and back in a day! The route will take us to all four corners of the co...

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MTB
Evans Cycles Off Road RideIt! Scotland
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Evans Cycles Off Road RideIt! Scotland

22/03/2014 - Callander

We will be riding on great singletrack beneath the Mentieth Hills, taking a jaunt through the Queen Elizabeth Country Park and spinning along Loch Venacher. The long route has an extra element to it as it goes on to loop the Glen Finglas valley with a long climb up and a smasher of a descent to get back down. This is mountain biking as it should be, at its most remote.

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