Sheer Heaven vs. Shere Hell 2010
|Published: 28th May 2009 11:49|
Sheer Heaven vs. Shere Hell' offers two routes: ‘Sheer Heaven' a 50km ride through beautiful gently rolling Surrey countryside. and 'Shere Hell', a challenging 100km ride and an aggregate climb of over 5,000 feet incorporating some of Surrey's toughest climbs, including Leith Hill (the highest point in the South East of England). Both rides take you through some of the country's most picturesque villages, including Shere on the 'hell' route, making this an extremely rewarding challenge to be a part of. After your ride you are then invited to join your fellow cyclists and share your experiences of the day over a drink and bite to eat. So why not grab a group of friends and join us!
Attention all moutain bikers! We have added a route specifically tailored for off-ride bikes to join this year's 'Sheer Heaven' and 'Shere Hell' competitors, Sheer Madness.
The challenge will open at 8:30am for a 9:30 start ( Peaslake)