How to enter the East Riding 100
- Bike 112mi
- Bike 57mi
- Bike 33mi
East Riding 100 routes
The Long Route is undoubtedly more challenging than other routes in The 100 Series. With over 4900ft of elevation, riders will be on a rollercoaster of long ascents and winding descents. The lactic acid in the legs will be worth it however, as riders are treated to some outstanding views. The course highlights include classic climbs through Thixendale and Hanging Grimston.
The Medium Route is less difficult but riders will still be met with over 2400ft of climbing. These climbs are gentler and wind through the Wolds, allowing riders to take in the superb scenery. .
The Short Route is designed for those looking for a taster of what a sportive has to offer. The route is still challenging and riders will be treated to some great scenery.
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