past events


Victory (2017)

16th July 2017

Victory is a solo night ride just over 85 miles in length. Starting in Salisbury, the ride runs through Andover, Overton, Basingstoke, Hook, Hartley Wintney, Camberley, Bagshot, Egham, Sunningdale, Hounslow, Chiswick, Hammersmith and Knightsbridge before finishing in Westminster.

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Spartiate (2017)

15th July 2017

At just over 59 miles long, starting at Bishop Wordsworth’s School then taking in Ford, Porton, Winterslow, West Grimstead, Fordingbridge, Cranborne, Sixpenny Handley before finishing back in the cathedral city of Salisbury at Bishop Wordsworth’s School.

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Sovereign (2017)

15th July 2017

At just over 92 miles long, starting at Bishop Wordsworth’s School then taking in Ford, Porton, Winterslow, West Grimstead, Fordingbridge, Wimborne, Blandford Forum, Sixpenny Handley before finishing back in the cathedral city of Salisbury at Bishop Wordsworth’s School.

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Thunderer (2017)

15th July 2017

At just under 200 miles long, starting in Exeter 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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Conqueror (2017)

15th July 2017

Conqueror is a solo ride just over 100 miles long. Starting in Exeter, the ride takes in Honiton, Axminster, Bridport, Dorchester and Blandford Forum before finishing in Salisbury.

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Team (2017)

15th July 2017

Team Colossus is a 24 hour team challenge starting at Pendennis Castle, Falmouth and finishing in London. The route is just under 500km, 307.10miles long, and follows the route of Britannia, Conqueror and Victory combined. Teams may have a solo or two riders on the route at any one time taking it in turns to ride a stage of the route. Teams collectively ride the first mile (Grand Depart) and the last mile (Grand Arrivée) together as a team.

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Defiance (2017)

15th July 2017

At just over 220 miles long, starting at Pendennis Castle, Falmouth the route closely follows the route of 1805. Riders heads towards Truro, skirt the Dartmoor National Park and onto Exeter. From here riders then head towards the only stretch of road renamed 'The Trafalgar Way' in Axminster, pass the Jurassic coastline and the Hardy Monument before finishing in the cathedral city of Salisbury.

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Britannia (2017)

15th July 2017

Britannia is a solo ride, just over 100 miles long, starting at Pendennis Castle, 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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Solo (2017)

15th July 2017

Solo Colossus is a 24 hour individual challenge starting at Pendennis Castle, Falmouth and finishing in London. The route is just under 500km, 307.10miles long, and follows the route of Britannia, Conqueror and Victory combined.

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Britannia

15th October 2016

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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Solo Colossus

15th October 2016

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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Team Colossus

15th October 2016

Team Colossus is a 24 hour, non-stop, team 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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Conqueror

15th October 2016

Conqueror is a solo ride just over 100 miles long. Starting in Exeter, the ride takes in Honiton, Axminster, Bridport, Dorchester and Blandford Forum before finishing in Salisbury.

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Victory

15th October 2016

Wellington Arch

Victory is a solo night ride just over 85 miles in length. Starting in Salisbury, the ride runs through Andover, Overton, Basingstoke, Hook, Hartley Wintney, Camberley, Bagshot, Egham, Sunningdale, Hounslow, Chiswick, Hammersmith and Knightsbridge before finishing in Westminster.

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Thunderer

15th October 2016

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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Defiance

15th October 2016

Falmouth Town Manager Richard and BID Manager Richard at Pendennis Point

At just over 220 miles long, starting at Pendennis Point, Falmouth the route closely follows the route of 1805. Riders heads towards Truro, skirt the Dartmoor National Park and onto Exeter. From here riders then head towards the only stretch of road renamed 'The Trafalgar Way' in Axminster, pass the Jurassic coastline and the Hardy Monument before finishing in the cathedral city of Salisbury.

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Victory (2015)

Salisbury to London

18th October 2015

Night riding

Victory is a solo night ride just over 85 miles in length. Starting in Salisbury, the ride runs through Andover, Overton, Basingstoke, Hook, Hartley, Witney, Camberley, Bagshot, Egham, Sunningdale, Hounslow, Chiswick, Hammersmith and Knightsbridge before finishing in Westminster.

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Solo Colossus (2015)

Falmouth to London

18th October 2015

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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Conqueror (2015)

Exeter to Salisbury

18th October 2015

Conqueror is a solo ride just over 100 miles long. Starting in Exeter, the ride takes in Honiton, Axminster, Bridport, Dorchester and Blandford Forum before finishing in Salisbury.

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Britannia (2015)

Falmouth to Exeter

17th October 2015

Sportive rider riding across Devon

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

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Team Colossus (2015)

Falmouth to London

17th October 2015

Riders preparing to ride from Falmouth to London

Team Colossus is a 24 hour, non-stop, team 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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Colossus (2014)

Falmouth to London

17th October 2014

Colossus is a 24 hour, non-stop, team 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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Colossus (2013)

Falmouth to London

1st September 2013

Colossus is a 24 hour, non-stop, team 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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