Sheer Heaven vs. Shere Hell 2009
|Author: Shelley Carter||Published: 28th May 2009 11:47|
The challenge, ‘Sheer Heaven vs. Shere Hell' is set to take place on Sunday 14th June, and offers a choice between two routes, ‘Sheer Heaven' and ‘Shere Hell' aimed at both the novice and the experienced rider respectively. The ‘Sheer Heaven' route offers a 25 mile ride through gently rolling Surrey countryside. The more challenging ‘Shere Hell' option provides a 50 mile ride, climbing more than 5,000 feet as it incorporates some of Surrey's toughest climbs, including Leith Hill (the highest point in the South East of England). Both rides go through some of the country's most picturesque villages, including Shere on the ‘Hell' route, making this an extremely rewarding experience to be a part of. All cyclists are then invited to catch up on the day's event at a relaxing (optional) BBQ. So join us now!
Both routes start at 10:30am at the Black Swan ((Old Lane, Ockham, Surrey, KT11 1NG)