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Dulux London Revolution Cycle

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Event summary

Conquer the epic loop of London and be part of the UK's greatest 2-day cycling weekend.

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We believe More Is In You so we think up and deliver breathtaking challenges for people looking to push themselves to greater things. They can be anything from an accessible 5k walk to a gruelling 9-day, 1,000 mile cycling challenge.

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Tickets available until Sun May 09 2021

What's included:

  • Pre-event training guides and expertise
  • Fully-signposted route
  • Pit stops
  • Mechanics on route
  • Medical support
  • Chaperone riders
  • Event timing from Results Base
  • Broom wagon
  • Baggage transfers from start to finish
  • Finishers medal
  • Food and drinks at pitstops

Camping Add-ons/Weekender Package

  • Hot showers
  • 2-course evening meal
  • Breakfast
  • 2-person tent per rider
  • Overnight bike security
  • Access to basecamp festival – bars, kids activities, chill-out area, food concessions, band area and much more
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Is there an age limit for the Dulux London Revolution?
Participants must be aged 16 years or above by the start of the event to enter. Participants under the age of 18 years (but over 16 years) must be accompanied by a parent or guardian for health and safety reasons.… read more
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Do I have to wear a helmet?
Yes. Safety out on the road is paramount to us so you cannot ride without one.… read more
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Is the ULTRA for elite cyclists only?
The ULTRA isn’t designed to be the fastest. It is the ultimate challenge of endurance and a chance to showcase the best city sights and surrounding countryside. The minimum average speed you can travel for the ULTRA event is 12 miles per hour. This is to ensure you finish safely within the timeframes of the event.… read more
Route description
Route description

THE WEEKENDER:

The ultimate cycling weekend. 155 miles of the best cycling in and around the Capital.

Start/Finish Location: Lee Valley Athletics Centre
Distance: 155 miles
Climbing: 7,476ft

Route:

Heading clockwise, South from Lee Valley Athletics Centre, you join the top section of the 2012 Olympic Road Race route, before heading through Central London and taking in the iconic city sights; venturing past the London Eye, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament.

After clearing the City, you will head out to tackle the stunning climbs and descents of the North Downs before heading West towards Windsor Great Park and the festival basecamp to relax and celebrate the day’s achievements.

Following a night’s rest, it’s time to get back in the saddle for the shorter day back via the Chiltern Hills and ancient Epping Forest. It’s guaranteed to be a weekend to remember!

THE ULTRA:

155 miles. 1 day. 1 epic challenge.

Start/Finish Location: Lee Valley Athletics Centre
Distance: 155 miles
Climbing: 7,476ft

Route:

One of the toughest one day cycle events in the UK, the ULTRA challenges you to conquer the entire loop of London in one day.

Setting off Saturday morning from Lee Valley, you will take in the famous London landmarks before leaving the urban cityscape behind you and venturing into the green fields and testing climbs of the North Wessex Downs.

Once through Windsor, it is into the Chilterns to wind your way back through Epping Forest and celebrate your momentous achievement in a blaze of glory back at Lee Valley!

SOUTHERN STAGE (Day 1):

City sights and South London country delights.

Start Location: Lee Valley Athletics Centre
Finish Location: Windsor Great Park

Distance: 82 miles
Climbing: 5,348ft

Route:

Heading out South from Lee Valley Athletics Centre, the route heads into Central London and along the Embankment Cycle Superhighway past the iconic London sights; the London Eye, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament.

After leaving the City you will head out to tackle the stunning climbs and descents of the North Downs before heading West towards Windsor Great Park, where you will be greeted by the sights and sounds of our famous festival basecamp!

NORTHERN STAGE (Day 2):

Windsor Great Park to Lee Valley Athletics Centre.

Start Location: Windsor Great Park
Finish Location: Lee Valley Athletics Centre

Distance: 73 miles
Climbing: 3,215ft

Route:

As you leave the colours and sounds of Windsor basecamp behind you, the rolling hills of The Chilterns open up in front of you. A sleepy Sunday morning for the local villages means idyllic riding as you head through Marlow and Princes Risborough. You will be rewarded for your efforts thus far with some of the very best countryside riding, through sheltered woodland and along rolling slopes.

The last leg of the stage ventures through the historic Epping Forest, then it’s a downhill dash back into London where a warm welcome (and a cold beer) awaits!

Logistics and schedule

Race Packs

Your race pack will be sent out in the post around 1 week prior to the event start date.

If you are travelling from overseas, you will not receive your pack in the post and you will need to pick it up from the registration desk on the day.

Start Times

Saturday

There will be a staggered start system meaning participants will be allocated a start time between 6.00am-8.15am at Lee Valley.

The ULTRA will have the earliest start times between 6.00am-6.30am.

*It is recommended that you arrive 30-45mins before you start time.

Sunday

You will be able to set off in your own time between 7.00am-8.30am.

Cut-Off Times:

The route is open until 9pm for Ultra riders on Saturday.

The route will be open for Weekender/Day 1/Day 2 entrants until 7:30pm on both days.

Spectators

Family and friends are encouraged to visit the basecamp!

Spectators are allowed into the festival area at basecamp and there will be bars and concessions where they can buy food and drinks.

All non-overnight participants will need to be off the basecamp site by 10.00pm.

Volunteers

Volunteers are a focal point of all Threshold Sports events. As such, they are always on the look-out for more helping hands.

If you're interested in signing up then follow the link here:

https://lets-do-this.typeform.com/to/jcfjO1LA#eventid=24608

How to get there

Lee Valley Athletics Centre, 61 Meridian Way, Edmonton, London N9 0AR, UK

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Start and finish address: Lee Valley Athletics Centre, 61 Meridian Way, Edmonton, London, N9 0AR
Basecamp address: Royal Windsor Raceourse, Maidenhead Rd, Windsor, SL4 5EZ

Parking:

Parking is available at both the start and basecamp. This must be pre-booked and all permits visible on the dashboard on the day.

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