Tuesday, 26 July 2011



HQ - Poynton leisure Centre Yew Tree lane Poynton, Cheshire. SK12 1PU

Registration opens at 7.00

In registration your name will be on the start sheets on the tables. Look for your name and number.
You will be given your number and a goody bag. You do not need to sign anything. You have already signed on during the online entry system

If you are entering on the day you need to download an entry form and a Route Card. Bring the completed form signed and with the correct fee to ON THE DAY registration desk. You will be given a number and a goody bag.

Numbers must be attached to your handlebars for timing purposes. If your number is not on your handlebars you may be missed from the results.

Start Time - 8.00 am

RESULTS - Results will be posted on the website on Monday

There is a large car park at the Poynton Leisure Centre and also next door at the school.
You will be directed by the Leisure Centre Staff.


Participents take part in the event at entirley at their own risk.

Participents should follow instructions from the marshals

The ride is run under British Cycling Cyclosportive Rules.

Participants will be responsible for the roadworthiness of their own cycle.

You must obey all Highway Code Rules. You are requested to ride in single file where appropriate and no more than 2 abreast at any time. Please be aware of your fellow cyclists and other traffic. Please indicate your intention to stop or change direction.

This is a great circuit and we would like to use it again next year. Please show courtesy and respect for other road users. A cheery wave and a smile works wonders

There are toilets at the start and finish also public toilets on route

The route is marked by signage. A black arrow on an Flourescent yellow background. We wil be painting the roads with a yellow arrow. We also have a support vehicle that proceeds the riders replacing missing signs. Hopefully we can keep everyone on track.

ROUTE CARDS are available to download off the websit. You can also download it onto your phone.

It is the responsibility of each participant to take the correct course. Participants are required to carry traditional map based route instructions.

All competitors are advised to wear a safety helmet to ANSI Z90/4 or SNELL standards

You may not use your mobile phone while riding. You must stop at the side of the road if you need to make or receive a call.

Having a mobile phone with you on the ride is encouraged. It is usefull if you get lost or need to be picked up by the support vehicles

JODRELL BANK CYCLOSPORTIVE will provide fluid and food at designated feed stations. This is intended only as a top up. You are encouraged to take enough food and fluid for the full distance of the event.

 It is also advised that all participants carry enough food, drink, money and extra clothing to complete the ride being under taken taking into account the route and possible adverse weather conditions.

There are support vehicles and motorcycle marshals on the ride. If you need to be picked up call the organisers tel: number below.

Mechanical falure or cannot continue. You can also stop at the feeding stations if you have any problems and they will bring you back to the HQ.

Marshals are there to help they are not allowed to stop the traffic you are responsable for your own actions at junctions throughout the ride.

We are using some cycle routes in order to avoid town centres, Airports and busy dual carriage ways.

The first one is the Manchester Airport Orbital cyle route. Parts of the route are not tarmaced although the surface is hard and compounded, extra caution is needed especially in the last 1/4 of a mile where it is quite narrow and winding.
The upside that you get a great view of the Airport and Runway. It's a close as you can get a a jet plane without having a ticket.
There's not so much a headwind along this stretch as a back draft from the planes taking off.

The second section is near Moulton as you near the Vale Royal Park Caravan site there is a section of the Cheshire Cycleways Route that is not tarmaced. Again the surface is hard and compounded but extra caution is needed. It is only about a 1/4 of a mile and all down hill.

One more point to mention is that after Lach Denis and as you cross the junction with the A530 the road ahead says closed. It is only closed to cars. There is a temporay bridge which can be used by pedestrians and cyclists.


There is a cut off point at the first feeding station of 11.30 any riders reaching this point after 11.30 will be sent on the 100km route.


It looks like it will be a fine sunny day please do not forget sun cream and make sure you keep hydrated.

We have two feeding staions one at Foxtwist Green and the 2nd at Church Minshall. The stops have been located to assist the 100 mile riders, the 100km riders will probably find them too close together you can stop at one or both of them.

Organisation Phone Number Tel: 07583234531

In case of an emergency please ring 999

There is free food and drink available at the finish

A would just like to wish you all a safe and enjoyable ride.

Our next event is the TOUR OF THE PENNINES 17th September


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