This event is regarded as a classic in audax circles and for justifiable reasons.
The Kidderminster Killer provides a challenging ride through scenic and rural countryside. It often changes character from rolling pastoral landscape to the starker heather clad fells of the Long Mynd. In places, some of the gradients are quite challenging but riders are soon rewarded with distant views. Controls are located at Acton Scott Farm, Montgomery and Ludlow where good quality cafes can be used for replenishment.
211km; 3,750m of ascent.
From Clee to Heaven is of similar length to our popular Sunrise Express audax but is hillier. Don't let that put you off. This route will provide a fantastic summer's day to remember. Some minor changes have been made to the route to enhance the views of Brown Clee and a new traverse down the Severn Valley to Arley.
For Audax Altitude Award point collectors, From Clee to Heaven has been awarded with 2AAA, which in layperson's language means that the route contains approximately 2,000m of ascent.
125km; 2,000m of ascent.
Route details for both events including GPS and route sheets can be found at http://www.beaconrcc.org.uk/audax/killerclee/index.html