8th July 2018

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Event Information

We offer 4 routes to cater for riders of all abiliites: 

Baz Ride: The 100 mile route named after Barry Trotter who was fondly called “Baz” by his friends and family. He was legendary for his epic rides and love of the East Yorkshire countryside. This route takes riders onto the seldom visited northern edge of the Yorkshire Wolds and visits Weaverthorpe, Sherburn, Winteringham & Settrington. Key climbs include Life Hill, East Heslerton Wold, Thorpe Bassett Wold, Leavening Brow and an optional loop including Bishop Wilton (Worsendale). 2 feed stations are provided at Wintringham and Huggate. GPX download http://www.bikely.com/maps/bike-path/htrc-160

Big G Ride: The 100 km route named after Graeme Forester called “BIG G” due to his size. He was legendary for leading club rides over new and challenging routes. This route takes riders onto the undulating roads south of Malton and includes the key climbs include Life Hill, Birdsall brow, Thixendale Wold and Warter Priory. However dont be fooled into thinking the rest of the route is flat. The course constantly dips and falls and will test riders fitness. GPX download http://www.bikely.com/maps/bike-path/htrc-100

Huntsmen Ride: The 60 km route named after Dennis and Maurice Hunter. They were legendary for their love of cycling and fantastic sense of humour. this route will take riders North from the HQ over Bracken Farm to Huggate via Tibthorpe. After the feed station it returns via the long climb of Warter Priory and the village of Goodmanham. GPX download http://www.bikely.com/maps/bike-path/htrc-60

Adventure Ride: A 35 km route aimed at families and novice riders. This is a fairly flat route with a feed station just after halfway. This all new ride takes rides to South Dalton and then across Bracken Farm to Cawkeld and Lockington and returning via South Dalton. A refreshment stop will be provided just after the halfway point. The flat nature of the route makes it ideal for novice cyclists and families with children. GPX download http://www.bikely.com/maps/bike-path/htrc-35

Included in the entry fee is: -

•  Electronic on-line entry with secure payment facilities.

•  Efficient signing on and pre-ride administration.

•  Well stocked feed stations, pre-ride refreshments & post ride hot meal.

•  Mechanical back up provided by Cliff Pratt Cycles (Hull).

•  Souvenir event memento.

•  Well marked routes & Electronic timing and results.

•  Third party insurance provided by British Cycling.

General information

Riders can start at any time between 8.00am and 9.30am (No later than 9.00am if doing the 160km route)

The adventure ride will start at 10.00am

There is ample free car parking at HQ venue. Changing facilites and showers also available

Should you need to contact the organisers please email us at :- htrcsportive@gmail.com

Final Instruction

Full written final instructions will be sent out by email to all entrants 5 days before the event.