Matlock Top 10 Sportive October 24th

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Matlock Top 10 Sportive October 24th

Post by Woolfie on Tue Sep 15, 2015 11:42 pm

http://darkwhitecycling.co.uk/sportives/matlock-top-ten/

Short but tough................

Tackle the famous hill climbs in the Matlock/Derwent Valley area.

Matlock and the surrounding area is steeped with road biking hill climb history: Bank Road, Riber Road and Rowsley Bar to name just three of the well known ‘infamous’ ascents. The Matlock Top 10 celebrates the richness of the areas steep, 20% plus gradient hill climbs by creating a route that ascends 10 of them in just 60km/37 miles. That’s 1750m of ascent or 5742ft in old money.

For those looking for a slightly less extreme challenge then the Matlock Top 4 is for you – 33km/20miles based around the same route as the Top 10 but climbing just 4 of the 10 climbs.



Event Information

Start Location

The Whitworth Centre

Station Road

Darley Dale

Matlock

DE4 2EQ



Registration

Registration opens at 7:30am

Start time between 8:00am – 9:30am

We advise all riders to start before 9:00am to ensure they reach the cut off times!!

Finish closes at 1:30pm

Registration process

At registration you will have to sign on, where you will be provided with a SPORTident Card ‘dibber’ (a small plastic tag about 2″ long with a timing chip in it) and a detailed route map. The detailed route map will include positions of feed-stations/control-points, public toilets and route split points. This is your own personal guide to the route, the route will be clearly marked but if you are ever unsure of where you are please refer to your map. Please keep your map with you for the duration of the event.





Entry Fees
Long £20
Short £15

£3 additional charge for entry on the day



Facilities
Covered HQ
Toilets/ changing facilities
Post event hot drinks & snacks



SPORTident Event Timing
Instant post event timing
Ultra reliable
Weather proof

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