Sunday 17th June 2012
Burgess Hill, West Sussex
Four routes options to test all abilities with the full route taking in 127 miles making it one of the longest sportives in the South East. All the routes are based on the quite roads of the Kent and Sussex countryside.
- CLASSIC ROUTE – 127 miles – This is the long one! 127 miles and too many hills in our opinion! But look at it this way what goes up must come down. Mind you if can’t get up one of the first major hills called Castle Hill you might want to consider taking that turning for the Challenge route while you have the chance.A Special award goes to those that finish this ride a broom wagon is available for those who fail in their attempts.
- CHALLENGE ROUTE – 100 miles – The mark of any good cyclist is being able to complete 100 miles. The mark of a good cyclosportive rider is being able to finish the Tour de Weald Challenge route and still have the energy to lift spoon to mouth as you tuck into all the free food at the HQ.
- TOUR ROUTE – 65 miles – The Tour Route is not whimping out it’s still 65 miles long and this is no easy ride, enjoyable yes but it will take the average Cyclospotive rider 5 hours to complete.
- THE KERMESSE – 35 miles – The Kermesse is great event for riders who wish to ride their first cyclosportive event and don’t want to blow a gasket. Enjoy the lovely picturesque route and of course kick back for a while at the feed station.
- Choice of fully waymarked routes
- Electronic timing
- Feed Stations
- Event Photographer
- On route support
- Emergency medical support
- Sag wagon
Oakmeeds Community College
Website entry – Yes (entry webpage)
- Early bird entry from the 17th April £20
- Entry from the 24th April £26
- Entry from the 24th May £28
- Entry from the 7th June £30