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Southend Wheelers Annual Burnham and Baddow Challenge – Sunday 10th February

A message from our friends at Southend Wheelers:

Southend Wheelers will be holding their Annual Burnham & Baddow Challenge on Sunday 10 Feb

Cost to enter. £5.00. (Once costs are covered a proportion of profits will be donated to charity). Sign on , on the day
East Hanningfield Village Hall
The Tye
East Hanningfield
Essex CM3 8AE

Refreshments Available

Please note – there is no parking at the venue, marshals will guide you to nearby parking
Route instructions sheets will be available at the start. Please note that this year there will not be any signage

GPX routes will be available on club website
IMPORTANT NOTE. We do not wish to deter anyone however we think it is important that we make it very clear that this challenge event is aimed only at experienced cyclists, able to ride solo unsupported, they should be equipped and able deal with any mechanical breakdown and have their own support arrangements in place in case they are unable to continue for any reason. If this is not you please do not enter you will probably not enjoy it. There are no marshals on the route and no arrangements to deal with mechanical breakdown. The event and hall will close at 14.00 there will be no record made of returning riders.

For more information: Call Mike O’Kill 07788 566220 or e-mail burnhamandbaddow@southendwheelers.org

Should the weather make it necessary to cancel the event then this will be communicated via the website, please check on the morning of the event.

The routes, subject variation and road conditions, are planned to be as follows:

From East Hanningfield both routes use minor roads where possible, such as Creephedge Lane and Stow Road to Cold Norton and Althorne where the route split.
The 100k heads for Burnham-on-Crouch before turning north for Asheldham and Tillingham. Back west to Latchingdon, Purleigh, Cock Clarks, Ulting and Hatfied Peveral. There is the little matter of North Hill before passing Danbury and Bicknacre on the way back to East Hanningfield.
After leaving Althorne the 40km route cuts back via Latchingdon, Purleigh and Cock Clarkes. North Hill is avoided by retuning via Hackman’s Lanes Lane and Bicknacre to East Hanningfield.

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