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RIDE OVERVIEW Quiet lanes, mixed terrain, sections of the South Downs way & a few tasty climbs makes this a classic off road sportive this Autumn. The beautiful South Downs are best seen on two wheels and away from the crowds. DISTANCE: 73KM | ELEVATION: 1513M RIDE DIFFICULTY 3.5/5 TECHNICAL DIFFICULTY 3/5 PERCENTAGE OF ROUTE OFF ROAD 80% Bike & Tyre Choice: The route has a real mix of terrain but ideal throughout for gravel bikes with around 40mm tyres. Mountain bikes will be fine on parts of the route but will feel slow on the quicker sections. RIDE HIGHLIGHTS Glorious riding in the South Downs. A mix of terrain keeping the route varied throughout 20km on the South Downs Way including some punchy climbs Social drink at the finish village THE ROUTE Liphook:73km, 1,584m Starting and finishing in Liphook, we head south for a quick first 20km before turning

RIDE OVERVIEW A glorious 87km gravel sportive in the charming Cotswolds. Taking in sections of the Roman Fosse Way and off road tracks in the hills including the Cotswolds Way & Monarchs Way, this is a great day on the bike suitable to new & experienced gravel riders in a lovely part of the country. DISTANCE: 87KM | ELEVATION: 1106M RIDE DIFFICULTY 3/5 TECHNICAL DIFFICULTY 2/5 PERCENTAGE OF ROUTE OFF ROAD 60% Bike & Tyre Choice: The route is mostly on gravel tracks, quiet country lanes and a brief section on open country fields. The route is designed for gravel bikes with approx 40mm tyres. Early September should mean dry tracks but we will keep you up to date with conditions. THE ROUTE Didmarton: 87km, 1106m Starting from Didmarton we initially head south on local bridleways, byways and country lanes to pick up in the

RIDE OVERVIEW A glorious summer day on the amazing Salisbury Plain - the home of gravel riding in the South of England. With miles of fast, empty gravel tracks on MOD land and views of the rolling countryside, this is gravel riding at it's best. NEW for summer 21, choose between a 100km or 70km route for a true summer gravel epic.   DISTANCE: 70KM | ELEVATION: 899M RIDE DIFFICULTY 3/5 TECHNICAL DIFFICULTY 2/5 PERCENTAGE OF ROUTE OFF ROAD 89% Bike & Tyre Choice: The route is almost all off road on fairly fast gravel. Absolutely not suitable for road bikes, mountain bikes will be fine but a bit slow so we strongly recommend a gravel bike with around 40mm tyres. THE ROUTE Thruxton: 70km, 899m What a place to ride it is! Wide and smooth gravel roads with views across the plain from the high

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