Seacroft Wheelers Reliability Ride 28th January 2018


Event Details


The Seacroft Wheelers Reliability Ride will be taking place so there will be no club rides leaving from the Skyliner.

Seacroft Wheelers reliability ride is the second in a series of 8 reliability events.

What is a Reliability Ride?

A reliability ride is a test of a cyclist’s reliability and that of their bike coming out of the winter period. It’s a test of fitness and form coming into the spring. Reliability rides are for all abilities, from elite athletes to social spinners. It offers great motivation to push yourself over the approx 50 mile routes – when a lie in followed by an hour on the turbo may seem much more inviting.

Entry is £4 (paid on the day) there is a choice of two rides (click “view full route” above the maps below, then go to the export tab on the right, for downloadable GPS files):

1) 80km (50 miles)
Sign on and start from 8.30- 9.45am latest finish 1.30pm
Route as follows Micklefield-Towton-Tadcaster-Wetherby-Sicklinghall-Harewood Bridge-Weardley-Alwoodly-Shadwell-Thorner-Aberford-Sherburn.

2)50km (31 miles)
Start 9.45-10 am latest finish 12.15pm
Route as follows Micklefield-Towton-Stutton-Bramham-Thorner-Sherburn

Venue:
Squires Cafe Bar , Newthorpe Lane, Newthorpe, South Milford, Leeds, Yorkshire, LS25 5LX

For Seacroft members this will count as one of your required 5 (out of 8) to receive the Reliability Ride Medal.

Read more at https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/events/details/167902/Seacroft-Wheelers-Reliability-Ride-2018#CWEyYZGpiZh0zL5b.99

For a list of all 8 Reliability Rides……

https://ridethestruggle.com/blogs/struggle/yorkshire-reliability-rides-2018

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