Audax Kernow Events
Next Events in Cornwall and Devon
- 23 November, 2019:
TagsA Cornish Hundred Brevet de Randonneur BRM Bunny Hop Carns & Killas Celtic Canter Celtic Coastal Clay Country Cove and Cliff Dartmoor Devil Ed's Mince Pie & Mulled Wine Four Hundreds 200 Golowjy ha Bal Granite & Serpentine Kernow & SW 600 Lizard and the Camel Lizard Loop London-Edinburgh-London Mad March Many Rivers to Cross Merlin's Coast to Coast Mines and Mineral Railways Paris-Brest-Paris Peter's Point Red River Blue Sea
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These events have a bit of a reputation for extreme weather adding to the challenge of the routes, but this year’s glorious April sunshine must redress the balance!
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16 August – Edited to add results list links.
|207km||3.75 AAA||Four Hundreds 200
AUK id 19-326
4 Riders listed
|306km||5 AAA||Many Rivers to Cross
AUK id 19-341
7 Riders listed
A pity the Easter weather didn’t arrive earlier for the Falmouth events – well done to those who braved the winds and wet! See this report of the Cornish 100.
The results lists are on the Audax UK site; see links below.
|107km||A Cornish 100
AUK id 19-135
32 riders listed
|50km||A Bunny Hop
AUK id 19-134
9 riders listed
5:30 am alarm and a howling wind outside – what were we thinking of? Forecast wind speeds of 25 gusting 45mph are normally an automatic “not-on-the-tandem” decision, but somehow we were signed up together for the Mad March Excursion 100km event and ready to give it a go.
Audax Kernow events for 2019 are all now calendared, and I have updated the information on this site. As usual I’ve also included links for forthcoming events in Devon. If you are interested in travelling further afield, check out the complete calendar on the new AUK site. The full web site is under construction, but if you are new to Audax or have questions about what it is or how it works this is the place to find out more.
You can now download a PDF flyer to publicise the first Audax Kernow events of the year in April (Falmouth and Penzance events) and May (Devoran). There’ll be an update available next month to include the Mines and Mineral Railways events and the Celtic Coastal and Celtic Canter events starting from Wall. The Wall events are running earlier this year, on 29th September rather than in October, which conveniently brings them into the AUK 2019 season too.
The poster is going up in number of Cornish bike shops, cafés and other places frequented by cyclists. If you know of a venue that we’ve missed, or would like a laminated copy to display in another good location, please let us know.