King of The Pennines 2013

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King of the PenninesEVENT DATE

Sunday 8th September 2013

LOCATION

Skipton, North Yorkshire

EVENT SUMMARY

Now in its third year the King of the Pennines, organised by Evans Cycles, returns for 2013 with a move back a September date.

ROUTE INFORMATION

  • Full Route – 99 miles
  • Half Route – 45 miles

“The second of our Challenge sportives, this is an iconic ride that takes in remote car free roads over some of the toughest climbs in the area. The heart pounding route takes our riders over well known ascents including Malham Cove, Park Rash and the highest road on Yorkshire, Fleet Moss. You’ll cover 11,000ft of climbing on the long route, but there is a half route available for those who want to see the breath-taking views without travelling 99 miles.”

EVENT FACILITIES

  • Electronic Timing
  • Choice of waymarked routes
  • Waterproof back up route map
  • Feed Stations
  • Mechanical Support
  • Sag Wagon
  • Free pre ride breakfast
  • Free post ride meal
  • Gore Bike Wear Try Before You Buy
  • Demo GPS Units (advance booking required)

START LOCATION

Airville School
Gargrave Road
Skipton
BD23 1UQ

Map

ENTRY DETAILS

Website entry – Yes (entry webpage)

Entry on the day – Yes, if not sold out

ENTRY PRICE

  • £27.00 per rider (additional surcharge of £2.50 for on the day entry)
  • Children under 16 ride for free when accompanied by a paying adult

ORGANISERS WEBSITE

Evans Cycles Ride It