Entries are now open.
Welcome to the third edition of the William's Farm Kitchen Cycle Challenge. We aim to make this third edition of the event just as good as the first two. Organised by Paul Kilvington (organiser of Hull Thursday Road Club's very popular Big G) and Mark Farnsworth of William's Farm Kitchen their organisation & catering experience should guarantee a first class event. You can be sure of a warm welcome in this un-spoilt corner of East Yorkshire and we aim try to give entrants a well run, value for money event with first class hospitality and catering. To ensure the smooth running of the event we have limited it to 350 riders and it is certain to sell out quickly so make sure of your place by entering now.
We are offering a choice of 2 fully paint-marked routes of either 100 Km or 60 Km. Both routes have been chosen to take advantage of the undulating traffic free lanes of Holderness and East Yorkshire and the lack of significant climbs will see riders able to choose between a leisurely ride or a fast paced training ride. The ride will take you through some fantastic winding lanes reminiscent of Europe's cycling heartlands of Belgium and Holland. William's Farm Kitchen will be hosting the event feed station and providing a range of sustenance including their award winning homemade flapjack and Blue Keld will be providing spring water to keep you refressed and hydrated. William’s Farm Kitchen will also be providing pre and post event refreshments including a fabulous BBQ on completion of the ride. This will be supplemented by a complimentary free pint of beer from event sponsor Wold Top Brewery’s range of excellent locally produced and award winning beers.
Following last years event the route of the 60km event has been revised slightly to remove the bit of main road into Aldborough and we a have identidfied a new place for the feed station.
Should you need to contact the organisers please email Paul at : email@example.com
Final instructions for the event will be emailed to all riders on the weekend of 15/6/2014 and will include full details of all aspects of the event.
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