Bristol Mountain Bike: Saturday 12th May 2012
Didmarton Village Hall
The pounding torrents of the river Severn are almost audible as we guide you through the Cotswolds to encounter Sportive and Off-road riding at its best.
We head to the small village of Didmarton on the edge of the Cotswold’s Hills where the routes offer a mixture of valley pathways, and short steep climbs on great bridleways and stretches of single-track.
The longer route riders will enjoy a fantastic 2km section of singletrack, and everyone will benefit from lovely views of the sandstone buildings which make the local villages so uniqyue.
Short - 15 miles
Medium - 25 miles
Long - 30 miles
Note: These are approximate distances and may vary slightly depending on the road conditions and weather on the day. If you wish to change your route distance, please tell a member of the RideIt! team on the day.
Event Entry Fees
Adult - Fun Road Sportive route: £7.50
Adult - All other routes: £12.50
Child entry (16 and under):Free when accompanied by a full paying adult
On the day entries incur an additional surcharge of £2.50 per person.
Online entries close the Wednesday before the event.
To hire a Garmin at a RideIt! event, click here. We have a limited number of units available so will issue on a first come basis. Please email Dean with the following:
1. Which event you would like to hire a unit for
2. Which unit you would like to borrow Garmin Edge 200, 500, 800
3. Your contact details
Unit bookings will close on the Wednesday before an event. Every reasonable effort will be made to contact you prior to the event.
Registration Opens: 08:00 - 10:30am
Start times at 5 min intervals:
Fun/Short/Medium: 08:30 - 10:30am*
Long: 08:30 - 09:45am**
Event Centre Closes: 5.00pm
*Course clearing begins at 10:45am however we will not overtake the last rider
**A cut off time will be imposed for the long loop to ensure we are able to clear all of the signage. The cut off time will be advised at registration and during your rider briefing.
This story was last updated on 24/10/2012