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V12 Sportive

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Event summary

The V12 Sportive is a new and exciting open road cycling event starting and finishing on the iconic Barry Island resort, South Wales. There are two distances to conquer with some demanding climbs (it is South Wales after all). The 100m GF route will take you east from Barry, along the coast to Newport and then over Caerphilly Mountain. You will then head towards the valleys where you will get to ride over one of the nation’s favourite ups… The Bwlch. You’re then heading back to the coast where you will loop around to finish on the prom where you will be awarded your medal.

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What's included:

Your very own medal!
Both distances are fully marked, marshalled and supported by sumptuous feed stations along the route.
There is chip timing and a KOM section split to brag between your friends as to who climbed it quickest!

75 mile
Sun 25th Aug 2019

Bike 161km

100 mile
Sun 25th Aug 2019

Bike 161km

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Terry Burston
Terry Burston
16/07/2019
Rout elevation … read more
Logistics and schedule

The event will start at 0830 with small departure waves.

How to get there

Friars Rd, Barry CF62, UK

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Terry Burston
Terry Burston
16/07/2019
Rout elevation
Steph Ede
Steph Ede
17/07/2019
Hi there! The 100mile route has a total ascent of 5536 feet while the 75mile route has a total ascent of 3562 feet :)
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75 mile
Sun 25th Aug 2019
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Sun 25th Aug 2019
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