How to enter the Land’s End 100 Sportive
- Bike 102mi
- Bike 63mi
- Bike 46mi
Land’s End 100 Sportive routes
Long Route (100 Miles)
The Lands' End 100 Sportive Long Route starts and finishes at Folly Field, Marazion, near Penzance.
Elevation Gain - 6700 ft, gradients up to 20%
Feed stations - Three
Entry Limit - 400
Medium Route (100km)
The Lands' End 100 Sportive Medium Route starts and finishes at Folly Field, Marazion, near Penzance.
Elevation Gain - 3900 ft, gradients up to 20%
Feed Stations - Two
Entry Limit - 500
Short Route (46 miles)
The Lands' End 100 Sportive Short Route starts and finishes at Folly Field, Marazion, near Penzance.
Elevation Gain - 3080 ft, gradients up to 20%
Feed Stations - Two
Entry Limit - 300
Distances - 100miles, 100km and 75km
Start and Finish - Marazion
Routes - All will go to Land's End. The long route will make its way around The Lizard Peninsula
Discipline - Sportive (Non-Competitive Open-Road)
Region - West Cornwall
GENERAL ROUTE INFORMATION
The Land's End 100 Sportive routes will be clearly signed and you will be supplied with a route card. GPX files are also available for those who use cycle computers. Additionally there will be a number of route marshals at key locations to help keep you on course. However, whilst we will make every effort to ensure that the routes are adequately signed, the onus for remaining on course firmly rests with you, the rider. When participating, you will be expected to cycle safely, in accordance with law and as recommended by the Highway Code. We expect you to be courteous and show respect to other road users and to your fellow participants. It is vital to the continuation of our sport that we all play our part in positively representing cycling to the wider public.
Should you find yourself in need of assistance during the Sportive, you will have an Event Support Phone Number recorded on the rear of your Bike Number. You will be able to call this number and our event control team will arrange the appropriate level of asistance for you.
All riders should aim to be self sufficient in case of any mechanical problems on the day. We would recommend that you have your bike serviced one to two weeks prior to the event to ensure it is in a good, serviceable & roadworthy condition. On the day you should carry two spare inner tubes, tyre levers, pump and a puncture repair kit. It is not uncommon for riders to suffer punctures during sportive events. Ideally you should also carry a lightweight folding multi tool, available through any good cycle store. We will have marshals at key locations and mechanical support vehicles patrolling the course should you encounter a problem that you are unable to resolve yourself. There will also be mechanical assistance available at the Event HQ and feed stations if necessary.
Should you find yourself in the situation where you feel unable to safely finish the course, our support vans will be available to collect you and bring you back to the Event HQ.
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Land’s End 100 Sportive weather forecast
Light rain starting in the afternoon.
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