The Cumbrian Cracker is one of the original Lakeland cycle sportives. It’s a 60 miles route which starts and finishes in Grasmere village and climbs ‘Red Bank’ within the first mile! The route continues round the back of Coniston Water to reach the food stop at Cartmel scout hut. The return leg then weaves it’s way through fantastic country lanes, via Grizedale forest, Hawkshead and Ambleside. The route is undulating but does not climb any of the major passes. The roads in South Lakeland are some of the best you will ever ride and well worth the trip! This is a classic Autumn sportive and an EPIC day out on the bike, make sure you join us!
Grasmere Village Hall
Date and Time:
17th November 2019 – 7:30am to 9:00am
What do I need to enter the event?
- A roadworthy bike (mountain bikes and hybrids are acceptable) and recognised cycle helmet.
- You must be medically sound and if you have any history of illness or injury, consult your GP beforehand.
- You must be 16 years of age or over on the day of the event.
How much to enter?
Entry will cost £25 and will close either at midday on the Friday prior to the event or when the event fills, whichever occurs first.
Included within your entry fee is:
- Free hot food at Finish Area
- Well stocked feed station on the route
- Mechanical and medical support
- Electronic Timing
- Free event photos
- Finishers medal
Where can I find out more about the course and the event?
To read more about the event and what to expect on the day, read the event ‘guidance notes’ by GOING HERE
How do I enter?
Click here to enter the Cumbrian Cracker (NOT YET OPEN)
Click here to see who’s entered the Cumbrian Cracker
Click here to change your entry and personal details
What’s the course?
To view the route card GO HERE
To view the route map GO HERE
To view the car parking plan GO HERE