The Bradwell Hill Billy may not be long at just 78km, but it can lay claim to being one of the most challenging short sportive routes in the UK cycling calendar.
Dubbed the Peak District's answer to the Fred Whitton due to its tough seven hill route and 2300m of ascent, the Bradwell Hill Billy attracts local cyclists as well as those from further afield looking for a day of hardcore cycling taking in staggeringly beautiful parts of the Peak District you've probably never seen before.
First organised to raise money for Bradwell Preschool in 2014, the event allows a maximum of 200 entrants keeping the ride a friendly affair and not over subscribing our beautiful country roads.
Daniel Plevey, Event Organiser, says, "We know that the Bradwell Hill Billy is one of the toughest sportive routes in the UK, and we're proud of that. Whether you're an old hand at hardcore cycling, or you want to set yourself an ambitious target for your new 2019 fitness regime, sign up - you'll have fun!"
At a Glance
- 23 Jun 2019 7:00am
- Tickets On Sale
- Bradwell Hill BillyBradwell Hill BillyBradwell, Derbyshire, UK
- Up to 78 km (48 miles)
- From 26.00 GBP
- 200 Riders
Info for Riders
Parking will be on the grass around the sports pavilion. If very wet you will be directed to park on the road near by.
Registration opens at 7am. The may be some entries on the day.
There is a cut off of 14:30 on the route. After thisthe water stops and marshalls will no longer be available. If you think you will be a slower rider and want to ride the full Hill Billy then it is sensible to start early.