The 2020 Winter Warmer is on Sunday 12 Jan, from Chalfont St Peter, heading out into the Chilterns.
As last year there are three versions. The long version is 108km (1200m of climbing), medium route is 60km and short version of 44km. The long route is a challenging winter ride which goes up several of the main Chiltern climbs, while the medium route has Hatches Lane as its main climb. The short version is a pretty ride that misses out all the big hills and almost all the busier road sections so works well for parents with younger riders, etc.
Entry is £8/£6/£4 with Juniors free (must be accompanied by an adult). Entries via RiderHQ
There is manned HQ (Chalfont St Peter Scout Hut), signed route and GPX tracks and plenty of food before and after (including cake).
There's more info on the website, or PM me / post here if you have questions.
Oooo yes. Any vegan food at the start?
Good point. I'll make sure there is something vegan.
Other Chiltern Classics dates are:
Harp - 19th Jan
Willesden - 16th Feb
Berkhamstead - 8th March
Not seen the others yet.
Edit: just got more info
12th Jan - Westerley Winter Warmer - https://www.westerley.cc/westerley-winter-warmer-2020/
19th Jan - Harp Hilly Hundred - http://www.harphillyhundred.org.uk/
? - Hemel CC Charity Ride
16th Feb - Willesden Reliability Ride - http://www.willesdencyclingclub.co.uk/reliability-ride-2020/
1st Mar - Verulam Reliablity Ride - https://www.verulamcc.org.uk/club-runs-a-activities/local-events/verulam-reliability-ride
8th Mar - Berkhamsted Spring Classic - https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/events/details/218334/Berkhamsted-Spring-Classic
Great ride. If you're on form.
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12 January 2020
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