Tag Archives: Brevet de Randonneur

Four Hundreds 200

Sunday 10th June 2018
Starting from Penzance
Organiser Martyn Aldis

A varied route visiting the four ancient Cornish ‘Hundreds’ of Penwith, Kerrier, Pydarshire and Powdershire.

Note that this is an “X-rated” event, which means there are no manned controls or specific facilities. You attach commercial or ATM receipts to your brevet card for timed controls, and post it to the organiser after the event.

Audax 200km Badge207km
Starts 08:00
AAA Gold Grimpeur Medal3.75 AAA Four Hundreds 200
AUK id 18-326
Details and entry from Audax UK site
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Many Rivers to Cross

Sunday 10th June 2018
Starting from Penzance
Organiser Martyn Aldis

306km Brevet de Randonneur. A very substantial day out for the well‐prepared and self‐reliant randonneur. Crosses the rivers Fal, Fowey and Camel by ferries and bridges, large and small.

This is a return of the 2010 Many Rivers route after the lengthy disruptions caused by the A30 dualling works. Slight modifications give an extra sea vista above Porthscatho and an easier crossing of the A30 taking advantage of the new overbridge.

Note that this is an “X-rated” event, which means there are no manned controls or specific facilities. You attach commercial or ATM receipts to your brevet card for timed controls, and post it to the organiser after the event. No on-the-line entries.

Audax 300km Badge306km
Starts 06:30
AAA Gold Grimpeur Medal5 AAA Many Rivers to Cross
AUK id 18-341
Details and entry from Audax UK site
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Lizard and the Camel

Sunday 6th May 2018
Starting from Devoran
Organiser Trevor Stephens

210km event from Devoran village hall, planned with the first-time randonneur in mind.

The route provides more modest ascent than other 200s run in Cornwall but it is scenic in the literal sense. The Camel Trail is used for a 21km section but this can be avoided on supplied all-tarmac alternative. Controls at Lizard Village, Gwithian and Padstow, plus 2 information controls.

Includes refreshments at Devoran and Gwithian, with shop and café opportunities at other controls and elsewhere on route.

Audax 200km Badge210km
Starts 08:00
no AAA Lizard and the Camel
AUK id 18-765
Details and entry from Audax UK site
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Lizard and the Camel

16 July, 2017
Starting from Devoran
Organiser Martyn Aldis

210km event from Devoran village hall, planned with the first-time randonneur in mind.

The route provides more modest ascent than other 200s run in Cornwall but it is scenic in the literal sense. The Camel Trail is used for a 21km section but this can be avoided on supplied all-tarmac alternative. Controls at Lizard Village, Gwithian and Padstow, plus 2 information controls.

Includes free cereal and toast at the start and soup, pud and snacks at the finish, with shop and café opportunities at controls and elsewhere on route.

Audax 200km Badge210km
Starts 08:00
no AAA Lizard and the Camel
AUK id 17-765
Details and entry from Audax UK site
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Even More Rivers

11 June, 2017
Starting from Penzance
Organiser Martyn Aldis

308km Brevet de Randonneur, crossing the rivers Fal, Fowey, Lynher and Camel by ferries and bridges, large and small.

Based on the Many Rivers to Cross route but cutting out the trip to the Lizard and replacing it with a loop right around the high eastern flank of Bodmin Moor with long views across the Tamar Valley to Dartmoor (Weather permitting). An even fuller and tougher day out.

Note that this is an “X-rated” event, which means there are no manned controls or specific facilities. You attach commercial or ATM receipts to your brevet card for timed controls, and post it to the organiser after the event. No on-the-line entries.

Audax 300km Badge308km
Starts 07:00
AAA Gold Grimpeur Medal5 AAA Even More Rivers
AUK id 17-327
Details and entry from Audax UK site
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