Matthew Lawley
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Matthew Lawley

Birmingham Bikeathon – routes announced!

Matthew Lawley
Posted by
Matthew Lawley
17 Jun 2016

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26 miles

Setting off from Cannon Hill Park, the first few miles will take you past  Highbury Park and Kingswood Park. You'll continue on through Brandwood End and Portway, before splitting with the 52 and 100 mile riders at Aspley Heath.

The route will then loop up through Tamworth-in-Arden, Forshaw Heath and Tidbury Green. You'll pass Yardley Wood and Swanshurst park in the home stretch. [Click any of the images below to see the routes in more detail]

Total elevation gain: 358m

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52 miles

After splitting from the 26 mile riders, you'll continue down towards Ullenhall and Wooten Wawen, where you'll split with the 100 mile riders. You'll then begin to loop around at Little Alne, continue through Bearley, and begin heading back north at Snitterfield, passing through Norton Lindsey, Pinley Green, and Lowsonford.

You'll join up with the 26 mile route at again at Forshaw Heath, and continue your journey along Tidbury Green, before passing Yardley Wood and Swanshurst park in the home stretch. [Click any of the images below to see the routes in more detail]

Total elevation gain: 782m

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100 miles

After splitting from the 52 mile riders at Wooten Wawen you'll continue cycling through Aston Cantlow, and cross the River Avon at Binton. After passing through Chipping Campden, the route will begin to loop around at Condicote, and pass through Moreton-in-Marsh and Pillerton Priors.

At Wellesbourne you'll begin to head back towards the other routes, and at Norton Lindsey you'll join up with the 52 mile riders again. After heading through Pinley Green, and Lowsonford, you'll join up with the 26 mile route at again at Forshaw Heath, and continue your journey along Tidbury Green, before passing Yardley Wood and Swanshurst park in the home stretch. [Click any of the images below to see the routes in more detail]

Total elevation gain: 1,813m

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