Reliability

2014 Clifton Reliability Ride

Sunday 2nd February 2014, 9.00 depart

Start/Finish 

YORK SPORT VILLAGE

(behind Grimston Bar Park & Ride, near B&Q)

2014 Ride has a couple of changes to the route.  The route is now a circular which should make it easier for everyone, once you arrive at the sport village you can enjoy a sit down and chat.  For those travelling in by car you can park at the Sport Village.

Cllifton CC 112km/70mile reliability ride takes place on the first Sunday of February, the route heads from York heading north and includes total climbing of 3,600 feet, general route, after passing through Haxby, Wigginton, Sutton on Forest, Huby, Crayke, Ampleforth, Helmsley, Nunnington, Hovingham, Malton, Norton, Birdstall, Leavening , Buttercrambe, Warthill, Murton and finishing at York Sport Village. Once you have finished there's a chance to sit down sit and refuel at the Sport Village Cafe. The ride is a traditional no thrills test of self preservation, its not a race but a non competitive ride and is open to all riders, not just club members.
 
Changes - the loop out of Helmsley does not go as far up the A170, at the top of Birdstall turn RIGHT through Leavening eventually joining Lowfield Lane to Buttercrambe.

GARMIN ROUTE PAGE



 
Please note it is each riders responsibility to find their way around the course, there is no course marking on the day.
Entry
Entry is £5.00 online follow the link or on the day is £6.00  You will need to register with the system, it takes just a few minutes.  Members maybe wondering why we have moved to an online system?  There will be a FREE tea or coffee for all riders at the end of the ride at the Sport Village.

Historically, reliability trials were just that - they were to prove that you and your machine are reliable. The idea would be to complete a set distance usually 112 km in a given time say 4.5 hours for 112 km, but not more or less

In more recent years riders tend to ride it at their own pace some form a 'spirited' group finishing in under 4 hours, others tend to be a bot more leisurely.  There's normally a steady group sticks together at the rear to look after everyone.
 
Route
  • A map of the route is online thanks to GoogleMaps
  • Route sheet (PDF)
  • Link to Garmin Connect Course 2012 (Option to Download file)
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Start/Finish 

York Sport Village, Cycle Circuit, sign on open from 8.30, first riders depart from 9.00 the route is not marked so make sure you have a map and route sheet.  


Note

This ride is run under the rules of British Cycling. Riders must be signed on to be covered and must obey the rules of the road at all times.

Have a safe ride and enjoy.
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Andrew Johnston,
30 Jan 2014 08:12
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