Audax (2019)

Date: 28th September 2019

Start: Falmouth | Finish: The Admiralty, London

Distance: 500km (312 miles)

Elevation Gain: 6795m

The inaugural Ride the Trafalgar Way Audax is an individual challenge starting at Pendennis Castle, Falmouth and finishing in London. The ride is just over 500km, 312.10 miles long - a historic route, re-designed for the modern rider.

  • Event name: Audax (2019)
  • Date: Saturday 28th - 29th September 2019
  • Start time: c06.00*
  • Start location: Pendennis Castle, Falmouth
  • Finish location:The Admiralty, London
  • Event Type: Audax on open roads, including riding through the night following a designated route. The ride is just over 500KMs/312.10 miles long and riders are required to complete the route within a specified time. Riders will pass through the cities, towns and villages of Truro, Fraddon, Bodmin, Minion Launceston and Okehampton before passing Dartmoor and descending into the cathedral city of Exeter, Honiton, Axminster - passing along a road renamed The Trafalgar Way in 2005, then onwards to Bridport cycling along the Jurassic Coast, Dorchester and Blandford Forum before passing through the cathedral city of Salisbury, Andover, Overton, Basingstoke, Hartley Wintney, Camberley and Sunningdale before heading into central London via Parliament Square finishing at Admiralty House, Whitehall. requirement during the hours of dusk/darkness and in poor visibility. Riders without the correct lighting for the ride/weather conditions will not be allowed to ride or will be removed from the event.
  • Further details to follow shortly

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