Hurry! Online entry for Warwickshire 100 will close at 9.00pm Wednesday 23 April.
If not already registered, we’d be happy for you to register on the day - places are £55.
Download an on the day registration form and complete before arrival - speeds up the registration process!
Setting out from Stratford upon Avon, the Warwickshire 100 charity cycling sportive journeys through Shakespeare’s favourite county. You’ll see awesome scenery, canals and picturesque villages as you pedal to raise funds for vital medical research to help sick babies and children.
Undulating throughout but never heart breaking, this cycling event is suitable for riders of all abilities.
Take it easy on the Cool 37 mile route which is ideal if you’re new to cycling or haven’t been near a bike for a while! Crank up the miles on the Classic 60 mile route or go all out on the Champion at 100 miles which is ideal if you’re an experienced cyclist or Sportive rider.
Join us in Stratford upon Avon and enjoy 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 Warwickshire NEW for 2014 - The Warwickshire 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
Ride was Brillo. Beautiful day and country side. All the facilities were well catered and stocked. For a first timer I was impressed and will be joining many more. The photos were good too!
Well organised event across 100 miles of lovely countryside. Signage and support excellent and hope to do again next year.
I just wanted to thank you and your team for organising an excellent event yesterday. I enjoyed the day very much and I thought the organisation was top notch. The route was well sign posted and the feed zones were terrific - especially the lunch stop. Thanks again for a terrific event.
Message from Chris Boardman MBE
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