Deadwater 100 | Event Info
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Event Info

When

Sunday 8th Sept 2019

 

Where

Kielder Castle, Kielder, Northumberland, NE48 1ER.

 

What are the distances?

There is a 50 mile sportive (1 lap) and a 100 mile race (2 laps).

 

Marshals will be positioned all along the race route for the safety of the riders.  There will be various feed stations to top up your water and get some nibbles.  You need to carry everything you normally would for such a long distance ride.

 

How much?

50 mile sportive £40

 

100 mile race £50

 

Entry includes an event memento, safety team, marshalled and sign posted route, comms cover, feed/water stations, lots of prize categories for the race, bucket fulls of climbing.

 

Event Schedule

Saturday:

16:00-21:00 – Registration open in Kielder Castle

Sunday:

06:00 – Registration opens in Kielder Castle

07:30 – Registration closes

7:45 – Safety briefing

08:00 – Start of Deadwater 100

 

Parking

There are a number of Forestry Commission car parks near to the castle with ample amounts of space.  Remember to pay and display as vehicles do get checked by FC staff.  If you are staying on Kielder campsite then you’re already parked and a stones throw away from the castle.

 

Registration

Registration will take place at Kielder Castle which can be easily found from the main road or anywhere in the Kielder area.  Postcode NE44 1ER

 

Route

The route revolves around a single 50 mile lap

 

Feed Station

There will several feed stations on the course.  These will be highlighted in the info pack send out by email 1 week before the event.

 

Timing

We will record finish times and will make the results available after the event on the website. Please ensure your run number is visible after you cross the finish line. If you drop out of the event at any time after you have registered and collected your number, then you must go to the nearest checkpoint/marshal or Registration and let them know you are dropping out.  Everyone needs to sign out whether you finished or not.

 

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