Ware's Cambridge?

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The Ware’s Cambridge? ride is a great way to get your season kickstarted. The challenge of getting to Cambridge from just outside London and then making it back will hopefully give you the extra motivation needed to clock up the 80 mile loop. All three routes are perfect for those looking to take in countryside views, as well as giving you the opportunity on the home stretch to get your average speed up on the rolling roads that lead back to HQ.
80 Mile Route, 50 Mile Route and 30 Mile Route
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Sun, 17 Mar 2019
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Ware, United Kingdom
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Where and when
Ware SG12, UK
Start times
Sun, 17 Mar 2019
80 Mile Route:
8:00am |
50 Mile Route:
8:30am |
30 Mile Route:
Races summary
Here's what races are available for Ware's Cambridge?
80 Mile Route
50 Mile Route
30 Mile Route
Route information
**80 Miles
The 80 miler will be the ultimate test of stamina, a good level of fitness will be required. This route takes in the same route as the 50 miler but heads up right into Cambridge via another 30 miles of beautiful countryside. This route features a wonderful mixture of elevations, quiet back roads and fast descents. Enter the 80! The glory you’ll experience will be worth it.
**50 Miles
The 50 miles route will take you further out onto the quiet, rolling countryside roads of Hertfordshire up towards Cambridge. The stunning route with undulating hills creates a tougher challenge for those looking to feel the burn in their legs.
30 Miles
This is a great route for the beginner or someone entering their first sportive. Anyone looking to get involved in Ware’s Cambridge and hasn’t quite got the legs for the longer rides, this is for you.
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What's included
Event HQ with Facilities
Plenty of Parking
Electronic Chip Timing
Well Stocked Feed Stations
Free Energy Drink and Snacks
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Mechanical Support
Emergency Support
Event Photography
Pick-up Wagon
How to get there
Ware SG12, UK
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Allenburys Sports and Social Club
Priory Street
Hertfordshire SG12 0DJ
The HQ is minutes away from the A10 or for those on Public Transport Ware Station is very close with regular trains from London.
Event day logistics
Long Route
Registration starts from 7.30am onwards, we aim to get you going at 8.00am.
Riders must be on the road by 9.30am.
Approximately 20 riders will go off with 2 minute intervals between each group.
Medium Route
Sign on starts from 8.00am onwards, and we aim to get you going at 8.30am.
Riders on the medium route must be on the road by 9.30am.
Short Route
Sign on starts from 8.30am onwards, and we aim to get you going at 9.00am.
Riders on the short route must be on the road by 10am.
Please Note – Do not arrive earlier than your designated time as you will not be able to register.
On the Day Registration
There may be limited spots for the people who have not registered advance online. People wishing to register on the day must fill a registration form.
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Sportive UK
SportiveUK have come up with the perfect way for you to get your last big bike ride on the clock. Whether it’s the Long 100 or the short 40, there’s something for everyone looking to keep those legs moving. Don’t fancy the full Essex 100 loop? There’s the medium distance of 70 miles that will take you as far as Finchingfield, you’ll be able to tuck into the home made flapjacks, cheeses and crackers. There’s even a fun 15 if you’re not quite up to the 40.
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Kit List
There are feed stops on route where you can refill your bottles and tuck into some food to keep you going. You should however bring spare food and drink as the route is rural and may not be near shops.
Wearing a helmet is compulsory. Failing to do so will result in refused entry.
1 reviews
Did the race in 2019
The course was well marked and the support was fantastic. I thoroughly enjoyed the route this year.
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