The stunning backdrop of Framlingham College at the start of the Suffolk Sunrise 100 bike ride is a sight to behold. As one of over 1,300 riders, you will set off on this popular charity cycling sportive that offers an enjoyable mixture of town, countryside and coast on quiet lanes. The Suffolk terrain offers little resistance on this RIDE100 cycling event that is raising funds for children’s charity Action Medical Research.
With three route options the Cool 45 mile route is great if you’re a newbie to cycling or if you’ve been out of action for a while. The more challenging Classic 60 mile and Champion at 103 mile routes are ideal if you’re an experienced or regular Sportive rider.
Expect a great day in the saddle with the team on this Action Medical Research cycling event with first class support throughout the day.
What the riders said
I have completed the Suffolk Sunrise 68 miles today and it was my first for Action Research. The event was so well planned from the car parking to the signposts and feed stations. The marshall's were fantastic and very helpful and friendly. The feed stations were very well catered.
Thank you Action Research for a fantastic day and I am looking forward to doing more in the future.
What a great event, very friendly organisers and very well organised. Great food, drink and friendly atmosphere. My 1st event and will certainly book in for more.
1st 100k event i have entered. Superbly organised. from being directed into the car park, to registration, the signposting on route and food stops..and of course the masseurs from essex uni. Great! Well done to all the organisers of the event and to all the volunteers on the day.
Great fun. My first time doing such an event. Hats off to those who provided the refreshments. Next year I will allow time to get a massage and have some food at the end.
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