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Yorkshire Reliability Ride Spring Series 2021

Struggle reliability ride

With racing and sportive season now on the horizon, Struggle Events are pleased to be working with Prologue and Moonglu to put on a series of Reliability Rides with all proceeds going to the Dave Rayner Fund

A Reliability Ride is a traditional test of a cyclist’s reliability and that of their bike ahead of the racing and sportive season. The emphasis is on fitness, self-reliance and navigational skills - although nowadays GPX files are available.

Struggle Reliability Ride

When: Sunday 25 April 2021

Where: Harrogate Grammar School, Arthurs Avenue, Harrogate, HG2 0DZ

Route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/35764285

Starts Times: Groups of 15 max

9:30am: 20+mph

9:35am: 18mph

9:40am: 16mph

9:45am: 14mph

9:50am: 12mph

Limited to 100 entries. No entries on the day. Please bring your email confirmation on your mobile phone. No entry, no ride. 

 

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2021 Yorkshire Reliability Ride Spring Series 

Ride 1: Sunday 25 April, Struggle Events, Harrogate Grammar School, Route, ENTER NOW >>

Ride 2: Sunday 2nd May, Moonglu, Ripon, Route, Entry Released Monday 26th April.

Ride 3: Sunday 9th May, Prologue, Harrogate, Route, Entry Released Monday 3rd May.

Covid Protocol on the Struggle Reliability Ride 

  • Limited to 100 riders only. Enter online now. 
  • No sign-up on the day. 
  • Please bring your entry email confirmation on your phone. 
  • Groups of 15 riders leaving 1 minute apart. 
  • Please adhere to social distancing measures at the start

Important info 

The event is not a race. It is run on public open roads without marshals or signposts and riders must abide by the Highway Code. Riders are responsible for their own safety and must ride in a manner that is safe for themselves, other riders and road users.

Under 16/18: Under 16s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. All under 18s must provide a consent form completed by their parent or guardian. Download the consent form here

     


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