RIDE Suffolk

Framlingham, United Kingdom
15 May, 2022 - 15 May, 2022

About this event

The stunning backdrop of Framlingham College and Framlingham Castle at the start of RIDE Suffolk is a sight to behold. Set off with over 900 riders on this popular charity sportive and you will soon be exploring the country lanes of Suffolk which were just made for cycling with little traffic, superb countryside and coastal scenery. With three routes the Cool 42-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 65-mile and Champion at 102-mile routes are ideal if you’re an experienced or regular Sportive rider looking to lay down a good time. Expect a great day in the saddle with the team on this Action Medical Research cycling event with first-class support throughout the day.

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RIDE Suffolk

Champion
165km 102mi
 
+ -
15 May 2022 07:00
Ascent
796m
2612ft
Elevation (max)
66m
216ft
Grade (max)
9%
Difficulty
3
Participants in this event
Classic
104km 65mi
 
+ -
15 May 2022 07:00
Ascent
532m
1745ft
Elevation (max)
66m
216ft
Grade (max)
7%
Difficulty
2
Participants in this event
Cool
67km 42mi
 
+ -
15 May 2022 08:00
Ascent
382m
1253ft
Elevation (max)
66m
216ft
Grade (max)
7%
Difficulty
1
Participants in this event
Champion
165km 102mi
 
+ -
15 May 2022 07:00
Ascent
796m
2612ft
Elevation (max)
66m
216ft
Grade (max)
9%
Difficulty
3
Participants in this event
Classic
104km 65mi
 
+ -
15 May 2022 07:00
Ascent
532m
1745ft
Elevation (max)
66m
216ft
Grade (max)
7%
Difficulty
2
Participants in this event
Cool
67km 42mi
 
+ -
15 May 2022 08:00
Ascent
382m
1253ft
Elevation (max)
66m
216ft
Grade (max)
7%
Difficulty
1
Participants in this event

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About the organizer

Action Medical Research
Action Medical Research is a UK-wide charity funding vital research to help sick and disabled babies and children. It has been funding medical breakthroughs since they began in 1952 and almost everyone has been touched in some way by their groundbreaking work like the first polio vaccines in the UK, ultrasound in pregnancy and the rubella vaccine. The research they have funded has helped save thousands of children's lives and changed many more.
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