Airedale Olympic Reliability Ride 2017

Airedale Olympic Reliability Ride

February 09 2020
Yorkshire, UK
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Distances: 49, 70 km
Difficulty: Gently rolling terrain with one or two short hills

A reliability ride is known as a test of a cyclist’s reliability and that of their bike coming out of the winter period.  The emphasis is on fitness, self-reliance and navigational skills, although they are also used by competitive cyclists for training ahead of the racing season.

The route is not signposted but a basic route map or description may be provided (along with a GPS file these days). There are no feedstations, timing chips or souvenir t-shirts etc, although refreshments are available following the ride.

The ride is not a race.  Like a normal cycling club ride, it takes place on open roads and without marshals etc.  It is imperative that participants ride responsibly and in accordance with the Highway Code.

This classic reliability ride returns!  Please note route between Ripon and Knaresborough.

Airedale Olympic Reliability Ride 2017

Start Located At: Leathley Lane lay-by (B6161), Leathley Lane (b6161), Pool In Wharfedale, LS21 2JP
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