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August 2007 sees the 11th annual Surrey League Revolutions 5-day cycle race taking
place in Surrey and East and West Sussex.
Around 100 of Britain's top riders will be taking part in the gruelling 5 day long race.
Each day they will cover around 100 miles - as well as climbing some of the steepest hills
in South East England.
Starting on Friday
17th August, each day sees the participants racing on circuits in different parts of the
Region. This year's route revisits some of the favourite spots from previous years such as
the South Downs at Goodwood and the Ashdown Forest.
- Day 1 - Friday 17th August, is
based on Alfold in Surrey. HQ: Alfold Crossways Village Hall. Start
An undulating course with no hills of note.
- Day 2 - Saturday 18th August,
is based on Bletchingley in Surrey. HQ: Bletchingley Village Hall. Start
Fast and twisty early on, then on to a circuit with lots of drags and a 1 in 6
- Day 3 - Sunday 19th August, is
based on Goodwood Motor Racing Circuit near Chichester in West Sussex, where the HQ will
The day starts with a time trial around Goodwood Motor Racing Circuit. Start Time
This will be followed by a road race
starting and finishing on the Motor Racing Circuit, but also using the roads outside the
circuit up and down the South Downs. Start Time 13:00.
- Day 4 - Monday 20th August, is
based at Ewhurst in Surrey. HQ: Ockley Village Hall. Start Time
12:00. Rolling countryside at its best with a bit of a sting in the tail! This
is as high as it gets in Surrey.
- Day 5 - Tuesday 21st August, is
based at Crowborough and the Ashdown Forest in East Sussex. HQ All Saints Parish
Hall, Crowborough. Start Time 12:00.
Dreamland! Everything one wants for a great stage - if you are a spectator!
If you like long drags, steep hills, fast descents and beautiful scenery this is
for you. Not a bit of flat anywhere and your introduction to 'The Wall'.
The riders will be racing for the
coveted leader's yellow jersey which will be worn by the race leader every day. They will
also be competing in 'hot spot' sprints along the route and trying to be first over the
hills to take the title 'King of the Mountains'.
Previous winners of the event have gone on to represent England & Ireland in World
Championships, the Commonwealth and Olympic Games. Last year's 457 mile long race was won
by Rob Enslin with an overall time of 18hours 31minutes and 34seconds - an average speed
of almost 25 mph!
Entry fee £84:00
On The Line £96:00
Entries to: Surrey
Cycle Racing League
115 Foxley Lane
Surrey CR8 3HQ
Team Ras Mumhan
GB 'A' Team
Gore Bike Wear
Gore Bike Wear
Linda McCartney RT