This charity cycling sportive just got a whole lot better and will offer riders old and new a fresh cycling challenge! With three great routes on offer, you can expect some challenging terrain on this bike ride as you cycle to raise funds to help sick babies and children. Three route options take you on a journey through the quiet lanes of Somerset including the spectacular Cheddar Gorge and Wiltshire where the undulations have you in and out of the saddle like a yo-yo!
The Brunel Flyer (formerly the Bath 100) offers a 40 mile Cool route that is ideal if you’re new to cycling or haven’t had time to train. Our Classic 61 mile route is more challenging and the 100 mile Champion route is ideal for experienced Sportive riders.
Expect a great day in the saddle with the Action Medical Research team on this cycling event with first class support throughout the day.
What the riders said
What a brilliant ride! As one of the volunteers helping with registration your kind comments makes the 5am start worth while - and I was one of the later starters. I then had the privilege of taking part in the ride too - which was superb. Well done to all the team.
Once again, an excellent, well managed ride. 100k route was fun, interesting, not too much flat which can be a real bore. Feed stations were perfect, well stocked lunch......in fact a fantastic lunch spread. The whole day was thoroughly enjoyable.
Wow, that was a tough one ! Toughest AMR 100 mile ride I have done so far. Some extremely mean climbs. Organisation & Refreshments all top notch as is the standard with any AMR event. You need to be well prepared for this one!!
A really well organised event, and a big thank you must go to all the volunteer's who helped out at the feed stations and at the start-finish!!!!!
A excellent route with some fantastic scenery, some tough hills to climb, but worth it, a feeling of achievement at the end of the ride.
Thanks for a well organised event.
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Hypoxic-ischaemic encephalopathy (HIE)
Due to complications, Aiden suffered a shortage of oxygen or blood supply to the brain. He was whisked away to the intensive care unit where he received cooling therapy.