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Two UK social rides - all profits to charity

The "Spud" Riley Memorial Ride

A challenging but extremely picturesque ride through the Peak District and Dovedale areas on "B" and unclassified roads (very little traffic, OK for lightweight wheels) with 16 classified climbs and villages, including: The Brickworks, Winfgather, Goyt Valley, Longnor, Crowdecote, Hartington, Ilam, Tissington, Elton, Over Haddon, Monyash, High Edge, Cat & Fiddle.

Total Distance 100 miles with a 54 mile shorter route option.

Two check points and feeding stations (drink and food provided).

Fully marked route.

Free car parking.

Changing facilities.

Fully detailed route sheet and timing card to be obtained at registration point.

All proceeds to the adult leukaemia unit at Christie's Hospital, South Manchester.

Info: www.polkadotchallenge.org for details and entry form

Date: Sunday 4th September 2005, start 8am to 9am

Course: 100 mile signposted circular route / 3000 metres climbing

Venue: Start/finish Woodford Community Centre, Woodford, Bramhall, Cheshire

Cost: Ten pounds; food and drink provided at two feed stations, all profits to charity.



Circuit Of The Cotswolds

It's not a race but a 100 mile epic ride around the Cotswolds and everyone is welcome.

The format will be familiar to any of your club members who have ridden in popular rides in the north of the country like the Fred Whitton Challenge or the Polka Dot Challenge. This ride covers some of the climbs from the classic Tour of the Cotswolds road race and is on hard terrain so will be excellent training for summer racing or Etape du Tour training two weeks later.

There's fantastic scenery and quiet lanes too so if anybody wants to take it easy instead, that's fine too.

Info: http://www.circuitofthecotswolds.org for details and entry form

Date: Sunday 26 June, start 8 to 9am

Course: 100 mile signposted circular route / 2,200 metres climbing

Venue: Start/finish Yarnton Village Hall near Oxford

Cost: Ten pounds; food and drink provided at two feed stations, all profits to charity.




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