Saturday 16th May 2020!
PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT IS CANCELLED DUE TO THE COVID 19 OUTBREAK
Aviemore 100 2019 results can be found here!!! – > Aviemore 100 Results
2020 Entries can be made here >> Enter Here!!
Aviemore 100 2020
After a sell out for the past two years , the teams from Aviemore Bikes Aviemore and Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland have been chatting and we are delighted that the ‘Aviemore 100’ is back for 2020! Taking place on Saturday 16th May 2020, this innovative biking event involves endurance road biking and off-road mountain biking over a total route distance of 100km. The challenge can be completed as a solo rider or as team of two and the superb cycle route will see you ride some of the best and stunning scenery that the Cairngorms National Park has to offer.
What’s in store for me at the 2020 Aviemore 100?
We are delighted to yet again have the support of Russwood for the 2020 event, who will be providing you with an awesome event momento!
Goodies for your 2020 finish line will be provided by Kendal Mint Co. Route 7 Cafe will be providing a water station at the Transition Zone to keep you hydrated. The Wood Stable feed zone will be situated on the mountain bike loop with rakes of tasty, goodies to keep you going on the tough loop!
Speysound Radio will provide great banter and tunes on the finish line and Coffee Rescue Scotland will be keeping your caffeine levels high with their AMAZING coffee! The Lunchbox Boys will be onsite from 11am selling tasty cakes and nutritious pasta pots, all riders will receive a free Pasta Pot upon crossing the finish line!
What is the Aviemore 100?
The ‘Aviemore100’ is a multi-discipline cycling challenge over 100 km’s involving a road cycle section and followed by an off-road mountain bike stage. The route can be completed as a solo rider or you can easily team up with a mate as a team of two with one rider taking on the road route followed by your team mate on the mountain bike route. The first stage is a scenic approx 70 km road cycle route set on well-surfaced quiet rural roads to the north east of Aviemore with the shadow of the mighty Cairngorm Mountains looking down on you. With the excellent road section completed the next stage is an approx 30 km off-road route set in and around the trails and tracks of Glenmore Forest Park where riders will experience a wide range of terrain and features to keep you entertained!
The event base, start, transition and finish will all be located at the Forestry Commission Hayfield area in Glenmore. At the morning start the first stage road cycle riders will be set off in small groups at short intervals and all riders in both stages will have their time recorded electronically. For those taking part as a team of two, the mountain bike rider will be set off when their team road cycle rider has completed their route. All riders will receive an event memento, snack and a very warm welcome at the finish line and the entire route will be clearly signed and marshalled. Covering an impressive 100km this event route will take you through some of the most spectacular scenery in the Cairngorms National Park and promises some breathtaking views.
Here’s what some of last years competitors had to say about the event!
‘’What a flippin’ superb event. Well done to the organisers for all your hard work 👍🏻 The support from the marshals was fantastic. It proved to be brutal & I think I’m broken! I’ll be one of the first to sign up next year!’’
‘’You guys played a blinder – so much to organise and did a great job. The road course was top drawer and the mtb was pretty gritty. Loved the descents, put a smile on the face after those climbs! Thanks’’
‘’Thanks for a brilliant day guys. The route was ace, really well marked, easy to follow and the Marshals were all fantastic – the lady at the final road crossing before the Hayfield was marvelous!
The road was enough to empty the legs before a really challenging MTB’’
Am I good enough?
Yes! The ‘Aviemore 100’ is a challenge but it’s an achievable challenge providing you are reasonably fit and healthy, have some experience of road and MTB riding and understand that it’s all about completing the challenge and not about how fast you do it. If you are concerned about completing the whole challenge then why not enter as a pair with a friend and complete your preferred section.
How hard is it?
The road section is approximately 70km and follows quiet rural roads with various undulations but nothing too serious. The mountain bike route is approximately 30km and follows an exciting range of off-road forest trails and paths with a few fun technical sections! A well maintained mountain bike with hydraulic disc brakes and front suspension is recommended as a minimum for the MTB route and hybrids or cross-bikes are not permitted.
I have a road bike but not a Mountain Bike and want to take part as a solo?
Don’t worry! Mountain bike rental is readily available for participants from Aviemore Bikes (Aviemore) at a special rate of just £12 for the event. (Please ensure you have means of collecting your hire bike from Aviemore Bikes and transferring it to the event hub before booking), if you have any questions just contact – firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE NOTE GRAVEL/CROSS AND HYBRID BIKES ARE NOT PERMITTED FOR THIS EVENT.
How safe is the event?
The ‘Aviemore 100’ event will be subject to a detailed event safety risk assessment and every practical measure will be in place to ensure the safety of participants and others. Approval and close liaison will be maintained with all relevant public agencies, the local police and especially all local communities. The entire event route will be well-signed and will have competent marshals in place and adequate communications, medical cover and bike technical assistance will be across the event. You will be well supported to complete your ‘Aviemore 100’ challenge…
Sounds Great, how do I enter?
Entries are open, click here > Enter Here!!
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The 2020 Aviemore 100 is supported by :