You will set off from the impressive grounds of Waddesdon Manor on the Bucks 100 cycling sportive that attracts over 400 riders. The quiet lanes of Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire provide undulating terrain on this charity bike ride, helping to fund vital research for sick babies and children. There are three route options to choose from, taking you through picturesque countryside that is dotted with small villages and landmarks.
This late season ride offers a Cool 47 mile route that is ideal if you’re new to cycling or haven’t had time to train! Our Classic 68 mile route is more challenging as is the Champion at 101 miles that is ideal if you’re an experienced sportive rider.
Expect a great day in the saddle with the Action Medical Research team on this cycling event with first class support throughout the day.
Action DIVA Bucks NEW for 2014 - The Bucks 100 includes our special promotion to get more women cycling. If you are new to cycling then there will be a route to suit you. Tick the I’m a DIVA box when you enter.
What the riders said
Just wanted to write to express my appreciation for a very well organised ride today. The organisation at the start, finish and feed stations was excellent. I hope to take part again next year.
Just wanted to say how brilliant I thought this event was. Superbly organised! Signing really, really good. Best I've done this year by a mile. Well done! I'll definitely be back.
I would just like to say how well organised, professional, and amazing, all of your staff, and marshals/medics were... I loved every second (apart from the rain & wind :-) )... Can not recommend your events highly enough.... Thank you all.
This was the second time I've done the Bucks 100 and it was really enjoyable. If anything the route was better than last year, the climb through Wendover Woods was a highlight. Food was fantastic and everyone helping and on the ride itself were friendly. Don't let it grow too big !
Had an excellent time. Everyone very friendly and very well organised. Food stops were too good with too much choice :-). Will plan to do next year if you promise to stop the wind which made the last half a bit of a slog!
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