Rush the Ridge Adventure Cross
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Rush the Ridge Adventure Cross

Sunday 17th June 2018

EVENT POSTPONED

Unfortunately, we have had to postpone this event. More information as to why and what you need to do can be found below.

EVENT POSTPONED
Unfortunately, we have had to postpone this event. More information as to why and what you need to do can be found in the event description below.

UPDATE - 23 MAY 2018: EVENT POSTPONED

We are very sorry to inform you that it has become necessary to postpone this event for this year.

Anyone who has already entered will have received an email about what steps you can take to transfer your entry, get a refund or donate your entry fee to charity.

If you have any questions regarding the event or the transfer email, please email us at enquiries@ukcyclingevents.co.uk

We are very sorry for any inconvenience this has caused.

 


The NEW Rush the Ridge Adventure Cross Event offers two routes which both include sections on Britain’s oldest road, The Ridgeway. 

The Massif (88km/55 miles) & Mini Massif (70km/43 miles) routes both meander their way through glorious rolling downland scenery, pick their way through and around ancient woodlands, negotiate sunken lanes and bridleways and pass through charming “stuck in time” villages complete with timber-framed buildings and thatched roofed cottages. 

The Massif has 12 off-road sectors totalling 55kms (62.5%) of the route’s total distance and the Mini Massif has 10 off-road sectors totalling 41kms (58%) of the route’s total distance.

So, although relatively short, with such high percentages of each route off road and on a variety of trails and trail surfaces, both routes offer a challenge for all levels of riders. 

The underlying surfaces are predominantly chalk and clay embedded with sharp flints.  Hard, unyielding and dusty when dry and very slippery and cloying when wet.  Tyre choice and pressures will be key, especially for cross bike riders.  We hope you’ll take your time to savour and not Rush The Ridge and the rest of the route.  The Massif Route passes close by the prehistoric Uffington White Horse and the Iron Age Uffington Castles sites.  If you haven’t visited these sites before, then do take the opportunity.

Event Description
Event Description
UPDATE - 23 MAY 2018: EVENT POSTPONED

We are very sorry to inform you that it has become necessary to postpone this event for this year.

Anyone who has already entered will have received an email about what steps you can take to transfer your entry, get a refund or donate your entry fee to charity.

If you have any questions regarding the event or the transfer email, please email us at enquiries@ukcyclingevents.co.uk

We are very sorry for any inconvenience this has caused.

 


The NEW Rush the Ridge Adventure Cross Event offers two routes which both include sections on Britain’s oldest road, The Ridgeway. 

The Massif (88km/55 miles) & Mini Massif (70km/43 miles) routes both meander their way through glorious rolling downland scenery, pick their way through and around ancient woodlands, negotiate sunken lanes and bridleways and pass through charming “stuck in time” villages complete with timber-framed buildings and thatched roofed cottages. 

The Massif has 12 off-road sectors totalling 55kms (62.5%) of the route’s total distance and the Mini Massif has 10 off-road sectors totalling 41kms (58%) of the route’s total distance.

So, although relatively short, with such high percentages of each route off road and on a variety of trails and trail surfaces, both routes offer a challenge for all levels of riders. 

The underlying surfaces are predominantly chalk and clay embedded with sharp flints.  Hard, unyielding and dusty when dry and very slippery and cloying when wet.  Tyre choice and pressures will be key, especially for cross bike riders.  We hope you’ll take your time to savour and not Rush The Ridge and the rest of the route.  The Massif Route passes close by the prehistoric Uffington White Horse and the Iron Age Uffington Castles sites.  If you haven’t visited these sites before, then do take the opportunity.

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This Event Includes:

  • Facilities and parking
  • Mechanical support
  • Medical support
  • Full route marking
  • Rider public liability insurance
  • Feed Stops
  • Energy food and drink
  • Electronic chip timing
  • Web results service
  • Online certificates
  • Finisher gift
  • Finisher medal
  • On site catering
  • Pick-up wagons
  • Photos by SportivePhoto
  • Retail Opportunities
  • MORE INFO ABOUT OUR EVENTS

Route Information

Route: Massif

Distance: 54 Miles   

   

Difficulty: 8/10
Route: Mini Massif

Distance: 43 Miles   

   

Difficulty: 6/10
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Key Information

Timings for your ride
Timings for your ride

Although all our rides are non competitive events (i.e. not races), most people still like to know how well they've done. With this in mind we will time each participants ride and make them available via our results page.

Event photography by SportivePhoto
Event photography by SportivePhoto

SportivePhoto will be taking pictures of all riders at this event. Please visit www.sportivephoto.com once you have taken part in the event to view your photos!

Terms and Conditions
Terms and Conditions

By purchasing an event entry you agree to the UK Cycling Events terms and conditions.

Terms and Conditions can be read here.

Route distances and elevations are approximate and subject to change. Changes can be due to road closures or for safety reasons. Any changes will be kept to a minimum where possible.

Timings for your ride

Although all our rides are non competitive events (i.e. not races), most people still like to know how well they've done. With this in mind we will time each participants ride and make them available via our results page.

Event photography by SportivePhoto

SportivePhoto will be taking pictures of all riders at this event. Please visit www.sportivephoto.com once you have taken part in the event to view your photos!

Terms and Conditions

By purchasing an event entry you agree to the UK Cycling Events terms and conditions.

Terms and Conditions can be read here.

Route distances and elevations are approximate and subject to change. Changes can be due to road closures or for safety reasons. Any changes will be kept to a minimum where possible.