Peterborough 100

19 April 2015 Enter now

Cool46 miles
Classic64 miles
Champion100 miles

A stunning April ride out - choose your distance from 46 miles to 100 miles. Head into the Cambridgeshire countryside on the Peterborough 100 charity cycling sportive and crank up the miles amid stunning scenery. The quiet lanes of the surrounding counties serve up a mixture of climbs and descents with ample opportunity to push it on the flat! Now firmly established on the UK cycling calendar, this epic bike ride is a great way to keep in shape and show your support for children’s charity Action Medical Research. 

Take on the Cool 46 mile route; ideal if you’re new to cycling or haven’t been on the bike for a while. The Classic 64 mile route presents a stiffer challenge along with the Champion route at 101 miles that is ideal if you’re an experienced and sportive cyclist.

You can expect a great day in the saddle with Action Medical Research on this cycling event with first class support throughout the day.

 

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What the riders said

Message from Chris Boardman MBE

Key information

Date: 19 April 2015 Add to calendar/Download iCal
Entry options
Fundraiser: £30.00 info
Sportive: £55.00 info

Location: The Marriott Hotel, Peterborough PE2 6GB

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Includes

Chip timing
Route options
Circular route
Feed stations/lunch
Mechanical support
Full signage
Event massage
Medal
Photography
Emergency cover
Cycling Buddy


What our supporters are tweeting

Action Med Res
We support via research @RCObsGyn #EachBabyCounts helping prevent #stillbirth http://t.co/ODV3SiuCr3
Action Med Res - 21 October 2014 12:03pm
Action Med Res
Katie has #Hydrocephalus. Read her story http://t.co/ZFUKHoW3Lt http://t.co/jB61aYHCEY
Action Med Res - 21 October 2014 11:18am
ActionMedScot_Janet
@GeorgeFrancis2 Great people found @GlasgowUni and working with @actionmedres
ActionMedScot_Janet - 21 October 2014 08:14am
Kay Buxton
Fantastic evening with @actionmedres at @bttowerlondon, London looking even more stunning from this height. http://t.co/UDNr8rr5Pr
Kay Buxton - 20 October 2014 20:37pm
Becky Snow
Please donate! http://t.co/fBc8BJjNVb #race2paris #actionmedicalresearch @amr_events @actionmedres
Becky Snow - 20 October 2014 12:59pm

Sophie's story

Birth asphyxia

Due to complications during her birth, baby Sophie was starved of oxygen and born totally blue and unresponsive. Doctors used a revolutionary cooling therapy to reduce the risk of brain damage.