L’Etape London by Le Tour de France
24 September 2017 • Lee Valley VeloPark, London
L’Etape London by Le Tour de France, organised by Human Race and in support of Access Sport brings the glamour...
Part of the Chiltern 100 Cycling Festival
Or take one of our limited official charity places for just £1 (any distance) and commit to raise £200 for Action4Youth.
“BRUTAL CAN BE BEAUTIFUL”
Firmly established as one of the toughest sportives in the UK and situated right on London’s doorstep, the Chiltern 100 takes in the finest riding the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty has to offer – proving that brutal can be beautiful. The sportive is a ‘best of’ the region’s many gruelling climbs, including the infamous Whiteleaf Hill (as featured on Simon Warren’s list of the 100 Greatest UK Cycling Climbs) and Wardrobes. Unrivalled route management and support ensure that your focus is 100% on your ride, whether the Chiltern 100 is your main challenge in 2017 or a crucial leg of a longer journey.
NEW FOR 2017 – the Chiltern 100 Sportive has joined forces with the Chiltern Cycling Festival to create the Chiltern 100 Cycling Festival. Enjoy the challenge of the Chiltern 100 Sportive, with its trademark character, camaraderie and club-like atmosphere with the added benefits of the Festival’s retro-inspired Velo Village, including:
All that’s great about both events on a single day and for a single entry price!
The event is organised in partnership with Verulam CC who are the official founders of the Chiltern 100 Sportive. Based in St Albans, they are one of the oldest and most active cycling sport clubs in Hertfordshire. Among its activities are club rides, youth development, training sessions (e.g. turbo, chain-gang), road racing and sportives and they recently announced their 2017 Verulam reallymoving.com Racing Team. As proud founders of the Chiltern 100, they have retained a close involvement with the event by manning the feed stations each year, continuing their commitment to delivering a leading cycling sportive, organised by cyclists for cyclists.
Cycletta and the Amersham Classic also form part of the Chiltern 100 Cycling Festival.
*Please note that elevation shown is accurate based on the mapping software we use. Different software may calculate elevation differently.
†This is a women-only bike ride.
Provisional start times TBC
Minimum Age 16 at 31 December, 2017
Check out the equipment section and our partner Yellow Jersey Cycle Insurance to find out about cover of your equipment (including 60% off cover for your second bike!).
These results are Provisional, please contact the Results Crew with any queries. Queries are compiled and will appear in the final update approximately a week after the event.
What’s your next event? Why not try 50km, 100km or 100 miles at the Telegraph London Cycle Sportive powered by Maserati on Sunday 26 June? Heading out from Dulwich Park to the Surrey hills then returning for a triumphant lap round Herne Hill Velodrome, it’s a must-do. Use code CHILTERN to get 15% off your entry.
British Bike Hire has a selection of Carbon and Alloy race bikes to rent for the Chiltern 100. Please visit www.britishbikehire.co.uk/events for more information. Our mechanics will be on hand to meet you at the start and we will also have some bikes for hire on the day. We look forward to seeing you.
From the M25
Leave the M25 at junction 16 turning North on M40 …follow directions below
From the M40 /A40
Leave the M40 at junction 2 (signposted Beaconsfield) then at the roundabout take the exit onto the A355 towards Beaconsfield. Left at A40 to Beaconsfield Old town Follow signs for the A355 (Amersham) for 2 miles. At the roundabout, bear left and join the A404. Turn left into Penn Street and follow signs for Chiltern Cycling Festival Parking. The entrance to the FREE car park is on your right hand side at Horsemoor Lane junction. PLEASE NOTE THERE IS NO ACCESS TO THE CC FESTIVAL FROM THE OTHER END OF HORSEMOOR LANE.
From High Wycombe
Join the A404 towards Hazlemere. At Hazlemere crossroads, continue along the A404. Follow signs for Penn Street, turning right into Penn Street. Follow directions as above.
Join the A404 towards High Wycombe. Turn left towards Winchmore Hill on Whielden Lane, continue up hill turning right onto Penn Street. The entrance to the FREE car park is on your left hand side at Horsemoor Lane junction.
Sign on, the start area and the Velo Village are all accessed at the far end of the car parking field “The Big Park” through the sign posted gates
PLEASE NOTE NO PARKING ON ROADS IN OR AROUND PENN STREET – we have ample FREE parking at the festival car park.
Nearest Rail stations- Amersham (Metropolitan Tube and Chiltern Railways from London Marylebone) Beaconsfield (Chiltern Railways from London Marylebone )
Action4Youth are our official charity partner for the event. Action4Youth provides challenges and experiences to young people of all abilities, disabilities and backgrounds, helping them grow to in confidence, self-belief and discover their potential.
You can take one of the very limited number of official Action4Youth entries for just £1 if you commit to raise at least £200 in fundraising. Just make this selection on the entry form.
If you’ve already entered the event and would like to support Action4Youth, simply set up a fundraising page on JustGiving by clicking here.
How your money can help?
If you’re looking for a way to make your event count, why not raise money for a cause you care about? Head to JustGiving, make a fundraising page in a few simple steps, and share it far and wide by email and social media.
Action4Youth provides challenges and experiences to young people of all abilities, disabilities and backgrounds, helping them grow to in confidence, self-belief and discover their potential. You can support their work for children and young people by taking one of the limited number of official Action4Youth entries for just £1 and commit to raise at least £200 in fundraising. Just make this selection on the entry form and help them to inspire the next generation.