Event

Grand National/ Park2Park (Challenge Ride Series Ride 5)

Date: 
21 May 2017
Type: 
Local Group Event (inc DATC and Audax Rides)
Cost: 
£8.50/£9.25 200km, £6.00/£6.75 100km

Rides and activities

Grand National Park2Park 200km
Date and time: 
21 May 2017 - 8:00am
Type: 
Road ride
Distance: 
200 km

Back by popular demand after the great success of last year’s inaugural events, we are again running the Grand National Park2Park 200 km and Between the Parks 100 km Audaxes in May 2017.

The 200 course has been designed to acquaint riders with the scenic beauty of Britain’s two newest National Parks as well as visiting some of the exceptional scenery in the lovely country between the two Parks. There are manned controls at the Beech Café, East Meon, the Tea Cosy at Hurstbourne Tarrant and the highly acclaimed gazebo-on-the-green at Downton that was so popular last year.

Audax category: 
BR - Brevet de Randonneur
Between the Parks
Date and time: 
21 May 2017 - 9:00am
Type: 
Road ride
Distance: 
100 km

If you prefer a gentler day out, but still with a degree of challenge, we are again running the Between the Parks 100 km using the same start, finish and lunch stop at the exceptional Tea Cosy Café in Hurstbourne Tarrant. The route takes us from Woodley near Romsey out to the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and back on a circular route via the rolling chalk hills bordering Hampshire’s famous Test Valley, passing through some of the prettiest villages in the South of England.

Audax category: 
BP - Brevet Populaire

Facilities

Enter by post: 
Yes
Enter on the day: 
No
Adequate car parking: 
Yes
Route card: 
Yes

Map and Address

Location: 
Location address and information: 
Woodley Village Hall School Road, Romsey SO51 7NX

Contact

Contact name: 
Robert Damper
Contact phone number: 
02380 263420
Contact email address: 
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Alternative website address: 
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