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What's in the goody bag on April 2nd?

4 Weeks to go:

There's only a short while to go until our next RideStaffs sportive event. Check out the route below and scroll on for details of goody bags, timings and how to enter. At the time of sending this, we've got about 50 spaces left on the start line. 

Here's the lowdown:

On April 2nd 2017 we’ll be returning to the town of Uttoxeter for a spring Staffordshire sportive that revisits many of the favourite features of our sell out Ride68 sportive. This slightly shorter 54.5 mile sportive has 2,654 feet of climbing in a circular route that includes Cannock Chase as its high point. Riders will start from 8am with last rider to set off by 10am. Cut off time for the finish is 3pm.
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In the bag

We know you don't just do it for the goody bag, but it's nice to know that at the end of your ride, you'll be rewarded with some useful cycling stuff as well a medal to remind you of your day. In our goody bag so far we've got a medal, Stique tyre lever tool, neck warmer and antibacterial cool bag from BioMaster.

About that neck warmer

Each year we've done a different neck warmer design for RideStaffs and this year we've gone super subtle on the ridestaffs branding. Here's our new design which is currently in production. It'll be in the goody bag in time for April 2nd

Read More about the sportive route and how to enter
Also: We've picked up that some people don't like using PayPal, so we're continuing to offer entry to our events through Eventbrite. If you prefer to use that method, click on the link below. It's a bit more expensive because the fees that Eventbrite charge us are higher than PayPal. Use the button below to go to the Eventbrite site. 
Eventbrite - RideStaffs Spring Forward Sportive 2017
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