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Sunday 14th June 2015

St Barnabas Grimsthorpe Challenge

Start and finish in front of the impressive 16th century Grimsthorpe Castle in south Lincolnshire, with the first 5 miles of all routes on a traffic-free tarmac trail through the historic grounds and woodlands of the Grimsthorpe Estate.

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DATE: Sunday 14th June 2015

VENUE: Grimsthorpe Castle, Bourne, Lincs PE10 0LY

 

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Sunday 14th June 2015 sees the  St Barnabas Grimsthorpe Challenge hit the roads of Lincolnshire, Rutland and Leicestershire. 

Start and finish in front of the impressive 16th century Grimsthorpe Castle in south Lincolnshire, with the first 5 miles of all routes on a traffic-free tarmac trail through the historic grounds and woodlands of the Grimsthorpe Estate. THE ENTRY FEE FOR THE RIDE INCLUDES £4.50 ENTRANCE FEE TO THE GRIMSTHORPE ESTATE.

 After that the on-road routes are not much busier as you turn to the north of the Estate onto the quiet lanes of South Lincolnshire before turning south to head for the more challenging Rutland and Leicestershire roads. 

This event helps raise funds and awareness for St Barnabas Hospice. Please consider just giving a small donation to St Barnabas so they can continue their work. You can quickly and easily donate online HERE 

Take a look at another of our charity affiliated events, The Hope Against Cancer Leicestershire SuperTour on July 12th.

  • Four distances to choose from - see grey buttons on the left hand side of this page for routes and elevations etc. 

  • Feedstations at village halls on route. No pop-up feeds at the roadside.

  • Post-event food included in the entry fee

  • Mechanical Support and support vehicles

  • Electronic Timing

  • Event photography 

Rutland is a very active area for horse riders. Please ready the British horse Society guidance on how to ride around horses HERE