The Rotary Club of Westbourne - The Rotary Dorset Bike Ride

Cycling UK Affiliated Group

The Rotary Club of Westbourne - The Rotary Dorset Bike Ride

Welcome to the group that organises the Rotary Dorset Bike Ride

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About us 

The Rotary Club of Westbourne are a Cycling UK affiliated group who organise the Rotary Dorset Bike Ride each year.

Information about the group rides 

2018 event is on 9th September

Event Type: Cycle Sportive (Non-Competitive but self-timing available)

Start/Finish Location: Longthorns Farm and campsite, Wareham, BH20 6HH

Routes: There will be a choice of routes to cater for all abilities from 10 to a challenging 108 miles carefully selected with the help of the Purbeck Peloton Club.

Registration opens on the day at 7:30

Start: staggered start from 8am for the 108 mile, 80 and 70 mile Etape, others between 9am-10am.

Cost in advance - £25 for 108, 80 & 70 Etape, £15 for other routes. Children FREE if riding the shorter routes otherwise half price. 

Entry on the day: Yes, if the event is not sold out, £30 for 108, 80 & 70 Etape, £20 for other routes. 

Enter online at , payment by credit card or PayPal.

All entry fees go to charity.

Event organiser: Rotary Club of Westbourne- David King 07973 189395

Maximum number of riders: 1000

Event facilities
• Free car parking
• Toilets at start/finish
• Full route marking
• Route marshals
• Mechanical Support
• Pickup if required.
• Free feed stations
• First aid support
• Free massages
• On site catering - Open 7am for breakfast
• On site camping
• Event Photography
• Medals and certificate
• Self-timing record comparison

Other information:
Although the event is to raise funds for Cancer Research UK and we hope as many riders as possible will raise sponsorship for their ride, raising sponsorship is not compulsory. You can also raise sponsorship for your own favorite charity rather than Cancer Research UK.

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