Le Sportif and Strada Cycles reliability trials

Le Sportif and Strada Cycles have got together to organise three not competitive reliability trials which take place in Bristol this January. Starting at the Hen and Chickens on the junction of North Street and Greville Road you can take part in either the 60km or 100km events. The trials get progressivly harder as you get used to being back on the bike after all the winter celebrations. The trails are:

  • Sunday 13 January – steady winter starter
  • Sunday 20 January – lovely leg stretcher
  • Sunday 10 February – happy hilly hundred

Sign on from 8.10am. £10 per rider. Gold, silver, bronze and chocolate finishing times available. Tea, coffee and post ride food will also be available, and secure bike parking.

A bit more detail for you here. Get opportunity to test any new kit and your legs!

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