Many thanks and congratulations to all who joined us for the Winchester 100 on Sunday 21 September. A great day in the saddle for all who took part!
Don't forget to leave your testimonial... thanks!
Outstanding sponsorship can be sent to: Winchester 100, Action Medical Research, Vincent House, Horsham, Sussex, RH12 2DP. We really appreciate the effort that goes into raising every penny - thank you.
The Winchester 100 charity cycling sportive closes the RIDE100 series for 2014 and offers a fabulous opportunity to experience a ride in the New Forest. Passing through three counties you can expect some challenging terrain on this bike ride raising funds for vital medical research to help sick babies and children. Three route options take in the quiet lanes of the Test Valley passing through picturesque hamlets along the way.
This final ride of the season offers a Cool 46 mile route that is ideal if you’re new to cycling. The Classic 63 mile route is more challenging as is the Champion at 104 miles - ideal if you’re an experienced sportive rider.
Enjoy 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
AMR are normally so good its worth travelling for, very well informed and the route was great. I’ve now saved it to the Garmin, I shall ride again! Roll on next year!
The whole experience was thoroughly enjoyable. Very well organised, absolutely stunning route - so well thought out and engineered. Thank you. I look forward to further participation and continued support. A great day!
Thanks so much for a great event. First rate organisation and such enthusiastic support from the Action team. Hope its been great also for the fund-raising.
Really first rate event, very well organised, good signage, friendly organisers, and a very special mention for the fabulous food at the lunch stop. Also mostly quiet roads and lovely stretches across the New Forest.
Thanks for a great day out!
Message from Chris Boardman MBE
What our supporters are tweeting
Necrotising enterocolitis (NEC)
Monroe and Tate were born early to mum Sophia Kotzamanis at 33 weeks. What was to come was devastating. One week later, Monroe tragically died as a result of necrotising enterocolitis (NEC).