London to Cambridge

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The fantastic ride is a very popular event with cyclists of all abilities. The route covers around 60 miles from Chestnut to the new finish at Jesus Green in the heart of Cambridge. With refreshment stops, and no pressure to race, this can be a great summer leisurely ride.
London to Cambridge
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Sun 25th Jul 2021
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London, United Kingdom
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The event experience
Serious Climbs

20 to 50m elevation gain per km

Where and when
Lee Valley Athletics Centre, 61 Meridian Way, Edmonton, London N9 0AR, UK
Start times
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Route information
The routes follow quiet back roads wherever possible and occasionally cycle paths. The way is signed with day-glo yellow signs featuring a bike and arrow to show the direction.
Refreshment stops and warnings (e.g. steep hills and road junctions) are also signed.
Your route map will show First Aid stops. Call the emergency medical number on the map if you need to and help will be sent straightaway. Every route has point numbers along the way. If you make a note of the one you’ve just passed, this will make it easier to find you.
GPX routes are available after online booking.
Support Vehicles**
The support vehicles always have a Bike Events sign. They follow the route to give you and your bike a lift if you need one. They’ll take you part of the way or to the finish if necessary.
Call the emergency number on your route map (or ask a marshal to call for you) and a support vehicle will come out to you.
Private support vehicles are not allowed on the route during the event, as this could be hazardous for other cyclists and may obstruct emergency vehicles.
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What's included
  • Supper vehicles
  • Signed route
  • Marshals
  • Mechanics
  • First aid
  • Refreshments
How to get there
Lee Valley Athletics Centre, 61 Meridian Way, Edmonton, London N9 0AR, UK
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**By Car
From junction 26 of M25: A121 towards Waltham Abbey, straight on at each roundabout,
At T-junction facing Royal Gunpowder Mills, left towards Waltham Cross along Highbridge St.
The entrance is in 100m on the right. Parking all day at start costs £3 (tickets available on the day)
No parking at the finish site on Jesus Common.
**By Train
The nearest stations to the start are Waltham Cross (close to start) or Cheshunt.
Event day logistics
07:30 - 09:30 Start Window
Age Requirements
All riders must be a minimum age of 14, with riders under 16 accompanied by an adult over 18.
Kit List
Your route map will show a number of stops where we can provide mechanical assistance. But don’t worry if you can’t make it to one. Call the mechanical emergency number on the map and we’ll come out to you. Come prepared with a puncture repair kit and a pump.
And do the friendly thing − offer to help fellow cyclists if they need assistance.
What ability level is the London to Cambridge?
For the regular and reasonably fit cyclist. The terrain may include some challenging hills and distances up to 75 miles (110km).
What kind of bike should I bring to the London to Cambridge?
The entire route is road bike / hybrid / mountain bike suitable.
How long will my registration pack for the London to Cambridge take to arrive?
You can choose to collect your pack at the Start, or have it posted in advance. If you paid for postage, the organisers aim to post out registration packs within 2 weeks, although please allow up to 28 days during busy periods. Registration packs for earlier rides are prioritised. Late entries purchased on the Thursday or Friday before an event will be available to pick up from the administration tent at the start of the ride.
2 reviews
Did the London to Cambridge in 2019
Simple no fuss event, great facilities and food stops with Good food. Quiet route and a great fast finish into Cambridge!
Did the London to Cambridge in 2019
Lots of fun, good route, plenty of enthusiastic participants, great day on the bike . Would do again! Recommend
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