Join UKCE and Alzheimer’s Research UK at the Cambridgeshire Classic and take on a bike ride for a cure.
The Cambridgeshire Classic is part of UKCE Classic Series which has been designed with all riders in mind. There are three routes to choose from and nothing too technical!
Already got a place for this event?
If you already have a place in this event but would like to support Alzheimer’s Research UK, we’d love to have you on the team! There’s no minimum sponsorship target and we can provide help and support with your fundraising.
Saturday 2 March 2024
Huntingdon Racecourse, Cambridgeshire
Starting at Huntingdon Racecourse, all routes head out past Brampton Wood and round the edge of Grafham Water. The Long route undulates continuously along the route clocking up nearly 800m of vertical ascent without ever going over 80m above sea level.
Across the three routes and three counties, you’ll be treated to many kilometres of quiet country lane riding with a variety of forestry and farmland lining the route.
You’ll be rewarded for all your efforts as you cross the finish line to receive a finishers medal and other goodies from UKCE partners; Jimmy’s Iced Coffee, OTE Sports and Days.
More UKCE Cycling Events
UK Cycling Events are passionate about encouraging all abilities of rider to experience the best cycling the UK has to offer.
They run well-organised, friendly events including road sportives and mountain bike events, which are suitable for riders of all ages and abilities. They are known for and pride themselves on organising quality events, where the rider can concentrate on enjoying their ride while UKCE take care of all the details and support for them.
They are passionate about encouraging all abilities to ‘get out and ride’ and enjoy the many benefits this sport has to offer. To find more UKCE events throughout the year that you can take on for Alzheimer’s Research UK, check out their website.
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