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You can take the rough OR the smooth on our next sportive

We’re always being told we have to take the rough with the smooth.
It’s time that changed. 

Gravel bikes and adventure riding are the latest thing in cycling and we’ve got loads of great examples of the road less travelled around here that we’ve been itching to show you for a good long while. 

All that said, I completely get that some of you:
  • might not fancy a bike ride with rough stuff at all, 
  • might like the idea of it but find that once you have a go, aren’t in to it
  • want to come on another RideStaffs ride soon, but want something a bit closer to what you’ve done before

what if there was a ride where you could make it up on the move?
what if you could have a go at the rough stuff then opt out if it’s not your thing?
what if you could just ignore all this stuff about gravel and rough roads and treat it like a normal sportive?

Well you can, and that’s the plan. 

Here’s what you do:

Enter the ride
Show up with a plan to go short or long (40 or 70)
Decide if you’re starting with the rough or the smooth
Set out on your ride. 
See how you feel. 
Choose more of the same or more of something different up until the 20 mile point (where you’ve got the option to take the shorter, flatter route home) 
Head home or press on for more miles, rough or smooth. 

However you decide to cut the cake, Mammoth Monday is a great chance to do something different with your bonus day off.

Head to the website now to find out more
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