2017 Tour of Cambridgeshire

Tour of Cambridgeshire

June 03 - June 04 2017
Cambridgeshire, East Of England, UK
 
 
 

The ToC Gran Fondo is a mass participation cycle sport event. It is also the 2017 UK qualifier for the UCI World Amateur Road Championship to be held in Perth, Australia.

The Gran Fondo is held on fully closed roads over 80.2 miles (129.07km). Riders competing to qualify for the UCI World Amateur Road Championships must compete over the long route. An option to participate over a shorter route of 58.2miles (93.66km) is also available for Leisure riders.

All Finishers are entitled to a ToC 2016 finisher medal which will be issued as rider crosses the finish line. Riders finishing in the top 25% of their Masters Age/Gender Classification (see Race Book for details) will be invited to the UCI World Amateur Road Championships and receive a UWCT Qualifiers medal. The ToC Gran Fondo has a spectacular podium. The first 3 riders in each Masters Age / Gender Classification will be invited to the Podium to receive their medal and prizes.

2017 Tour of Cambridgeshire

 

 
Routes: 58, 80 miles
Difficulty of Greatest Route: D - Difficult terrain with longer, steeper hills
 
Costs

Entry for the Gran Fondo is £68 with a total of 8,000 places available.

Prize / Race Categories

Chrono

Fastest male and female will each receive £200.

Voucher for first three in each Masters age / gender group.

Bouquet for winner in each Masters age / gender group.

Jersey for each Masters age group winner.

UGFWS medals presented on the podium for the first three in each Masters age / gender group.

UGFWS Medals for each of first 25% of entrants to finish in each Masters age / gender group.

 

Gran Fondo
 

?Voucher for first three in each Masters age / gender group.

Bouquet for winner in each Masters age / gender group.

Jersey for each Masters age / gender group.

UGFWS medals presented on the podium for the first three in each Masters age / gender group.

UGFWS Medals for each of first 25% of entrants to finish in each Masters age / gender group.

Facilities
Adequate Car Parking
Toilets / Changing Rooms
Pre-Packet Pickups
 
Support for Participants
Route Signposted
Route Card
First Aid
SAG Wagon
Marshalls
Controlled Intersections
Mechanical Support at Rest Stops
Closed Roads (Super Prestige)
 
Features
Electronic Start/Finish Timing
Category / Race Prizes
Finishing Medals
Results Within 24 Hours
Photos
Personalised Bib (Name and QR Code)
Finish Line Chute
 
Nutrition
Feed / Aid Stations
 
Event Size
5000 +
 
 
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