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March 18th - SRS Events Springtime Classic

Helping Rhinos is a registered Charity Partner to this event.

Entering the Springtime Classic Cyclosportive on-line also means you will get the 10% loyalty discount for the Brighton to Brighton cyclosportive in September.

Choose from 3 different race distances:

CLASSIC - 71 miles (115km)

CHALLENGE - 54 miles (87km)

TOUR - 36 miles (58km)

The route sets out on some lovely roads around Sussex, traveling over the stunning wooded areas of Ashdown Forest. If you are doing the Classic route at 71 miles the route travels in to parts of Kent and Surrey.


July 20th to 22nd - HotChillee LONDON-PARIS

Helping Rhinos is a registered Charity Partner to this event.

The LONDON-PARIS is known as the "professional event for amateurs". It is a tough, 3 stage endurance road event with full support and rolling road closures.  Entries are restricted to 400 riders in seeded speed groups.
The LONDON-PARIS was ranked as one of the world’s top 25 participation events by The Daily Telegraph along side the London and New York Marathons.

Ride as one of the Helping Rhinos team. 8 places available. Dates 26-29th May 2016. Entries: 

If you'd like to join us for Stage 1 only you will need to be able to ride in speed groups 1-3 (faster than 27km/hr average for 100km). Parking is available at the Cyclopark for the day and you and your bike will be transported back there from Folkstone, retuning at approximately 4.30pm.

Entry will cost £150pp.
See HotChillee website for further details of closed circuit prologue event.

If you have any questions about Stage 1, or any of the HotChillee events please call Terri on +44 (0)7801 982 113 or email her at



Sunday 26th August 2018 - SportiveUK Helping Rhinos Hertfordshire 100

Helping Rhinos is a charity partner to this event

The Hertfordshire 100 sportive has probably some of the nicest scenery and rolling countryside roads in England, and is just outside of London. Most of the cyclists from the surrounding areas flock to this area to take in the quiet, rural roads that are coupled with demanding hill climbs to satisfy all types of rider.

The 3 stunning routes take advantage of the great rural roads and allow riders to choose their challenge of either 100 miles/100km (62 miles) or 33 miles.

The route heads out from Brookmans Park through Brickendon with rolling countryside roads that allow you to get warmed up before hitting some undulating hills that really will get you warmed up!

Entry to this event is via the SportiveUK website


Mid September (date TBC) - Cornwall Coast & Clay

Helping Rhinos is a charity partner to this event

Building on the success of 2015 and 2016, this years event will be even bigger and even better than last year.
Already popular with all those riders who took part in previous years, ‘Cycling Weekly’ has described this event as one of the best 16 Sportives to ride in 2016. So if you want to experience some of the most scenic cycling in Britain, now is the time to plan a weekend away in the beautiful county of Cornwall and get your entry in soon.

Once again Phil Liggett (the Voice of Cycling) has confirmed his attendance at this prestigeous event. Come and meet the legend of a man, ride with him, hear his cycling stories and learn about his crusade to help stop the slaughter of rhinos around the world.

This years event has 4 routes. There is something for everybody, from the complete beginner to the hardened cyclist who likes a challenge.

EXTREME 100 MILES / 161km
EPIC 70 MILES / 112km

Entry is via the British Cycling website


September (date TBC) - SRS Events Brighton to Brighton Cyclosportive

Helping Rhinos is a charity partner to this event

Starting and finishing on Brighton & Hove's iconic seafront, the Brighton to Brighton cyclosportive is in its fifth year. The excellent routes with the longest route having six feed stop available should you need them. With five routes to choose from there's a route for all fitness levels. An ideal event to raise some funds for charity if you feel inclined.

All five routes are relatively flat and fast although the longest distance (The Classic route) has Tennyson's Lane to climb half way around the route.
Devils Dyke hill awaits all riders at the end of each of the routes before a nice descent down through Brighton to the seafront finishing area.

Remember whichever route you decide to enter can be changed on the day or even out on route as our timing log in stations show us which route you have done to give you a time for your ride. For more details about the ride click below.

Classic Route 107 miles
Challenge Route 87 miles
Tour Route 54 miles
Grande Route 36 miles
Pequeno 20 miles

Entry is via the SRS Events website


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