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Audax Style Ride 2018.

9th September. Walton Library    Results 2018 Ride

Start 9:00.  Register from 8:15

Turn onto The Grove, opposite the New Inn and after 200 metres turn right at the gated entrance to the Academy. Follow the road round to the right to enter the car park. Arrive in sufficient time to register and receive your Passport control Card which includes control details.

Passport/Brevet Card must be filled in and stamped correctly

Resources

Download 2018 100k Route Sheets

 

GPX information:

This event gains Club Standard Awards.

Age Cat Gold Silver Bronze
Men Under 40 24 kph 22 kph Finish
Men 40 & under 45 23 kph 21 kph Finish
Men 45 & under 50 22 kph 20 kph Finish
Men 50 & under 55 21 kph 19 kph Finish
Men 55 & under 60 20 kph 18 kph Finish
Men 60 & under 70 16 kph 14 kph Finish
Men 70 14 kph 12 kph Finish
Junior Boys 23 kph 21 kph Finish
Juvenile Boys 22 kph 20 kph Finish
Women Under 40 20 kph 18 kph Finish
Women 40 & under 45 19 kph 17 kph Finish
Women 45 & under 50 18 kph 16 kph Finish
Women 50 & under 60 17 kph 15kph Finish
Women 55 & under 60 16 kph 14 kph Finish
Women 60 15 kph 13 kph Finish
Juvenile Girls 20 kph 18 kph Finish
Junior Girls 21 kph 19 kph Finish

 

Calder have a number of past and present members active on the Audax scene.

Ray Smith ran financial aspects of Audax UK and rode several Paris-Brest-Paris 1400km audax,the pinacle of achievement in the sport
Pete Ralph
 was the events secretary of the CTC West Yorkshire DA also compled Paris-Brest-Paris
Nick Firth turns in a huge number of audax events annually and has gained a Super Randoneur award for 2012, 2013,2014 and 2015 by completing a 200, 300,400 and 600 kilometre audax rides in the year. In 2013, Nick rode the 2013 London Edinburgh London audax and in 2015 completed Paris Brest Paris.

Dave Smithers was also a very active Audax riderwith many prodigious rides under is belt.
Rob Hydon completed the Paris Brest Paris ride in 2011.

James Colley is another regular Audaxer who accumulates impressive annual mileage.

Notable local Audax classics are the 200k 'Illy Imperial on the North York Moors, the 600k '3 Coasts' which goes from near Halifax to both the East and West Coasts of England, the 3rd coast being the 'shores' of Hollingworth Lake near Rochdale. There is also a summer long series of 100k very hilly events in the Peak District known as the summer 'Grimpeur series.

Overall average speeds are normally restricted to between 15 and 30k per hour

 

 

Passport Control Card