Take on this regal sportive along the roads of North Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire. Great for riders of all levels, the undulating course passes though quaint scenic villages on quiet country lanes. Come for the physical challenge or for the superb scenery.
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How to enter the King Edward 100
- Bike 101.9mi
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King Edward 100 routes
All races begin and finish at the Newark Showground.
- Riders will head from the showground down to Coddington.
- From here, riders will begin the loop and head south west to Fernwood.
- From here they will encounter the hilliest section of the course before reaching the first feed stop at Billingborough.
- Riders will then head north east to Woodhall Spa before heading west and reaching the second rest stop at Dunston.
- The final section completes the loop to Coddington before heading back triumphant to the Showground.
- The start of the route is exactly the same as the 102 mile race.
- However riders will head east near Hougham before arriving at a tea and biscuit stop near Charlestown.
- From here riders head to Leasingham before going north to Dunston for the rest stop.
- As with the 102 miler, the final section completes the loop to Coddington before heading back triumphant to the Showground.
- This is a flatter loop which heads down through Claypole & Brandon before heading north through Stragglethorpe and Stapleford.
- The race will finish at the showground, with the other longer events.
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King Edward 100 weather forecast
Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
Moderate breeze possible, up to 11mph