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    Team Trafalgar take on mighty Colossus in under 24 hours

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  • #TrafalgarWay Britannia
    Falmouth to Exeter

    15th October 2016

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  • #TrafalgarWay Conqueror
    Exeter to Salisbury

    15th October 2016

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  • #TrafalgarWay Victory
    Salisbury to Admiralty

    16th October 2016

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  • TrafalgarWay SoloColossus
    Falmouth to Admiralty

    15th-16th October 2016

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  • TrafalgarWay TeamColossus
    Falmouth to Admiralty

    15th-16th October 2016

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Welcome to Ride the Trafalgar Way, the UK's most historic and innovative sportive. A legendary route, steeped in history and comprises of seven different rides. From the team 24 hour challenge of Colossus to the solo rides of Britannia, Conqueror, and Victory there is something for everyone.
***New for 2016 - Our 200 Series***
  Defiance and Thunderer...... Entries are now open!

Solo Colossus

Date: 15th October 2016

Start: Falmouth

Finish: London

Distance: 497km (309 miles)

Elevation Gain: 5,892m

Solo Colossus is a 24 hour, non-stop, individual challenge starting at Pendennis Point, Falmouth and finishing in London. The route is just under 312 miles (500km) long, and follows the route of Britannia, Conqueror and Victory combined.

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Thunderer

Date: 15th October 2016

Start: Exeter

Finish: London

Distance: 322km (200 miles)

Elevation Gain: 3,286m

Trafalgar Way signpost

At just over 195 miles long, starting at Exeter University the ride includes the Jurassic coastline (a World Heritage Site), past the Hardy Monument and then the cathedral city of Salisbury. From here the ride heads towards and into the City of Westminster finishing with a ride along Whitehall to the Admiralty.

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Britannia

Date: 15th October 2016

Start: Falmouth

Finish: Exeter

Distance: 175km (109 miles)

Elevation Gain: 2,606m

Rob at Pendennis Point Oct 2016

Britannia is a solo ride, just over 100 miles long, starting at Pendennis Point, Falmouth and then through the cities, towns and villages of Truro, Fraddon, Bodmin, Minions, Launceston, Okehampton, finally passing Dartmoor and then descending down into the finish in Exeter.

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about Ride the Trafalgar Way

the route

At just under 500km and 5,899m elevation gain, the #TrafalgarWay Colossus is a challenge like no other

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events

Ride the Trafalgar Way is an A-B route, divided into three series; 100 Series, 200 Series, 300 Series. Start locations are Falmouth, Exeter, Salisbury. The ride takes place over the weekend 15th - 16th October 2016. For those riding the whole route, a 24 hour challenge. Choose your preferred distance/location…

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