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70 Mile sportive - 2nd July: Check out the route improvements

we've made some changes to our long sportive in July. 
Is it time for you to have another look?

 

What's the Story?
I was  riding along the other day on one of my favourite routes towards Uttoxeter, taking the little lanes that have been part of my cycling since I was in my teens. And then I crossed over what I'd planned to be the route of the long sportive this July and I asked myself why on earth I was crossing that road not riding along it. 

If the route I was going to send you out on wasn't the one I wanted to be on myself. Something needed changing. So I have. You can click on the map to find out more. 
What's new?
More small roads, more little lanes to discover. The big change is from where you leave Cannock Chase through to Uttoxeter. Instead of the reservoir at Blithfield then a long B-road, you get Great Haywood, Hixon and lots of lanes to Uttoxeter. 
Are there are still bits on bigger roads?
Yes, to get to all the places I want to show you without mega miles or a bit of fell running, you still have to use little bits of main road on this one. But I've kept those to a minimum and where I can, I've sent you on the scenic route instead. 
Anything else?
The key milestones on this route remain the same and so does the overall distance to within a mile or so.

However, I'm going to continue to refine the route and where I can add interest and adventure for you, I might make a few more tweaks between now and July!
 
tap here to take another look at the route and enter

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