Broughton Castle Sportive event set to go ahead for this summer

The Broughton Castle Cycling Sportive 2021 is going ahead this year on Sunday July 11.

Sunday, 11th April 2021, 9:23 am
Updated Sunday, 11th April 2021, 9:26 am
The Broughton Castle Cycling Sportive 2021 is going ahead this year on Sunday July 11.

The Rotary Club Banbury Cherwell are proceeding with the the Broughton Castle Sportive set for Sunday July 11.

The event starts and finishes in the grounds of Broughton Castle, near Banbury, and offers a challenge for every level of cyclist.

There are five stunning routes winding their way through the North Cotswold Hills. Routes available on the day, are a family fun ride to the Cotswold 'Beast' a 100-mile lung and leg tester. The 100 mile,50-mile routes have been completely redesigned and a new 75-mile route has been added for 2021.

If you enjoy cycling with others as a team, then our “Team Rider Challenge” will appeal to you. The "Team Rider Challenge" is available to riders on the 100 mile, 75 mile and 50 mile routes. A trophy will be presented to each winning team.

To promote real teamwork within the group – the winning team will be based on the time of the fourth rider home. To enter the 'Team Rider Challenge,' you must be a team of a minimum of four and maximum of six riders, all cycling the same route and have registered as a team on the website prior to the event date.

This year working in collaboration with their clothing partner Shutt Velo Rapide, they are offering a competitively priced standard event jersey, £40.50 (plus £6 courier charge).

For a small surcharge you can have your name or team name printed on the back. From every purchase a donation will be made to local and Rotary charities.

For more Sportive details visit our website