The King Edward 100 takes in some of the quietest roads we have ever seen and we wanted to share with you some fantastic riding along the lanes around North Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire. A few hills early on in the ride followed by some long straight flats into some of the most scenic villages such as Ancaster, Folkingham and Heckington to name but a few.

Named after King Edward the Elder, who established the Saxon Manor house in Newark in the 11th Century, later to become the site of Newark Castle, this is a classic choice of routes for another of Sportive HQ’s great value sportives. With a fantastic HQ location less than 5 minutes from the A1 it’s easy to get to from many directions!

On the longer routes you don’t have to confirm your distance until after the feed station, so see how you feel on the day, no pressure.

After the event, there will be free photos to download from Adie’s Photography, a top local cycling photographer.

We hope that after you’ve tried the King Edward 100, you’ll be hooked on our value for money sportives where a great day out on the bike is all that matters.

At a Glance
  • 05 Apr 2020 6:45am
  • Tickets On Sale
  • King Edward 100 SportiveKing Edward 100 SportiveNewark, Nottinghamshire, UK
  • Up to 171 km (106 miles)
  • From 30.00 GBP
  • Unknown Riders