Entry fee: £15 (includes meals during the event) Route: 3 loops – all finishing at Moira Village Hall 55 miles, national forest, Needwood Forest – Moira Village Hall for lunch, 30 miles more national forest, Austery, Netherseal – Moira for tea and 15 miles more national forest, Botany Bay, Rosliston and Moira for finish / refreshments.
Entry fee: £10 ROUTE:
Mountnessing - Blackmore - Willingale - Aythorpe Roding - Felsted - Pleshey - Aythorpe Roding - Takely - Gt. Dunmow - Aythorpe Roding - Writtle - Mill Green - Mountnessing.
Entry fee: £12
Route: Binley Woods, Birdingbury, Shuckburgh, Warmington, Sibford, Long Compton, Paxford, Lark Stoke, Wellesbourne, Long Itchington and Binley Woods.
Please note change of start from our last Trivets in 2010. Start and finish at Uffculme School, near Cullompton. Registration will be open from 7.15am, with riders starting in groups from 8am.
The 100 mile route has about 6,500 feet (2,200m) total climb. The route avoids hills wherever practical, but Devon is known for its undulations. There is only one arrow on the route and the second half of the ride is flatter than the first half.
Entry fee: £25 inclusive (elevenses, lunch and afternoon tea)
Route: A figure of eight based on Dalston, going up the eastern side of the Lake District northern fells. A fantastic descent to Dalston with views over the Solway Firth, Lake District and Scottish borders. The afternoon will be a flatter route alongside the Solway estuary. This route’s on quiet roads throughout.
Entry fee: £24.50 (all inclusive) – lunch only £7.00, tea only £5.50. Self catering drinks at both meals £4.00
Route: A flat ride on quiet roads of 2 loops, one loop of 58 miles with commercial refreshments stops at 26 and 47 miles. Lunch at HQ. The second loop of 42 miles has a pretty riverside pub for refreshments at 20 miles before tea at HQ. You will see Beal, Kellington, Heck, Snaith, Goole, Carlton, Capel Haddersley, Selby, Thorpe Willoughby, Hillam, Ledsham, Sherburn, Cawood, Ulleskelf, Barkstone Ash, Saxton and Lumby.
Entry fee: £12 includes lunch and refreshments
Route: The route takes in the western edge of Teeside and rural parts of south Durham and North Yorkshire (a 100km route’s also available
Entry fee: £12 to include elevenses, afternoon tea and drinks, or £15 for full catering including lunch.
Route: Four loops of fine Wealden country lanes and bridleways returning to HQ for elevenses, lunch and tea (as previous Tri Vets in 2007 / 2010).
Entry fee: £12 Route: 2 loops – northwards through Hardwick Park to Bolsover and Cuckney 45 miles and then south through Hatton, Repton and Swarkstone 55 miles using café stops for elevenses and an afternoon tea break. Back to Alfreton for lunch and refreshments at the finish.