The Route

This year we are changing the 100 mile route to ride around as many of the Bomber command centres as we can to commemorate 100 years of the RAF

There are feed stations at 22 and 84 miles in Hemingby and we stop for lunch at Chapel Point cafe in Chapel St Leonards.

 

 

Further down the page will be the route in GPX that you can download.

Instructions on how to do this can be found here

We have also included details of the various Strava segments along the route. Remember this isn't a race but a KOM or QOM would be nice.

The Appendix

First introduced in 2016 The Appendix - (the pointless bit in the middle)

It's longer and lumpier than the 100 mile route and will take you to 200km riding distance for the day.

Go on, you know you want to...

If you fancy testing your legs then The Appendix will take your ride up to 200km and 5000 feet of climbing in the day.

For those who use Strava the C2C2C route is broken down into many different sections. All of the Strava sections are included in the drop down list below. Simply click the arrow to choose one of the sections. The top ten performers, some of whom you may know, will appear in the table. Can you make the top ten? To view the full route click the Strava logo

C2C2C Uphill From Hemingby

C2C2C Uphill From Hemingby Standings/Leaderboard

  • Position
    Rider
    Time
  • 1
    Ed S.
    00:04:33
  • 2
    Neil T.
    00:05:04
  • 3
    Dennis T.
    00:05:08
  • 4
    Pete D.
    00:05:22
  • 5
    David R.
    00:05:23
  • 6
    Neil G.
    00:05:36
  • 7
    Tim K.
    00:05:44
  • 8
    Gary H.
    00:06:09
  • 9
    James C.
    00:06:10
  • 10
    Simon S.
    00:06:10
  • 11
    Kim B.
    00:08:26
  • 12
    Simon G.
    00:08:26
  • 13
    Dave B.
    00:08:26
  • 14
    Richard W.
    00:08:26
  • 15
    Karen B.
    00:08:26

Ride With GPS

Below you can view the route on Ride With GPS, or download the route in GPX format:

Downloads

If you would like to download and print maps of the routes, you can download an offline copy below.


Route 2017

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