The Wiggle New Forest Sportive returns for 2019

The Wiggle New Forest Sportive returns for 2019

If you’re itching to get an early season event under your belt, then look no further than the Wiggle New Forest Sportive taking place on 30 March at Pylewell Park. There are three routes to choose from, all of which start and finish at the historic country house. Highlights include the woodlands at Rhinefield Ornamental Drive, the old smugglers' cove of Bucklers Hard and sweeping views at Roger Penny Way. Whatever route you choose, there’s plenty of stunning new New Forest scenery to enjoy as you ride. Enter the Wiggle New Forest Sportive The routes The Long Route is 102 miles/164km and has an elevation of 3,327ft/1,015m. Riders will travel through chocolate box villages such as Woodgreen and Godshill, then take the short, sharp challenge of Blissford Hill with its 25 percent gradient. The Classic Route totals 82 miles/132km with an elevation of 2,546ft/776m. The route provides excellent views from ...

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