Kings Moss CC Sportive in aid of AWARE
26 May 19
Kings Moss Cycling Club invite riders of all abilities to a sportive challenge on Sunday 26th May 2019 on some of the best roads in County Antrim.
Kindly supported by Colin Graham Residential and Charles Hurst, the Kings Moss Sportive will benefit local charity "Aware - Overcoming Depression. Changing Lives ".
Do you want a cycling experience to remember?
From the Sixmile Valley, up and over the plateau, swooping down through the glens and along the scenic Antrim Coast Road, for many cyclists the Kings Moss Sportive has become a classic of the Northern Ireland cycling calendar.
Whether you are a serious cyclist or a newbie wanting to test yourself over the 90km course this is the event for you.
The event starts and finishes at Ballyclare, home of Kings Moss Cycling Club, spinning up through the picture-perfect village of Broughshane, we sweep down to the coast at the heritage port of Glenarm and along the Coast Road.
There’s a welcome stop at Ballygally to refuel with drinks, sandwiches and every cyclists favourite – plenty of cake.
Legs rested there’s a final climb up from the coast to the finish at Ballyclare.
There’s ample free parking at Ballyclare Rugby Club on the Doagh Road where the Sportive starts and finishes.
The year the KMCC Sportive is supporting Aware - Overcoming Depression. Changing Lives.
Try it out once and you’ll be back – this is a great day out in a great part of the world.
The Kings Moss Sportive leaves Ballyclare Rugby Club, The Cloughan, Doagh Rd, Ballyclare, County Antrim, BT39 9JD on Sunday 26th May 2019 at 10am. Sign-on is from 9.00am at the same venue and car parking is available on site. The halfway feed stop is in Ballygally Community Hall (above the spar shop). Shower facilities and refreshments will also be available on return to the Rugby Club.
The sportive is insured by Cycling UK. Refreshments will be provided and race marshals / supervision will be provided by club members. First aid will be provided and emergency medical ambulance cover be available.
This is also an approved Cycling Ireland event.
A strictly limited number of entries are now available - advance registration is advised. The entry fee is £15 for pre entry closing on Tuesday 21st of May or £20 on the day.
A route map is available at http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/fullscreen/168368878/
Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries.
To sign-up for this event, the Service Fee is 4% (min 50p) for each sign-up
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