100km Route

Distance: 100km

Elevation: ~1629m ascent, ~1629m descent

Significant Climbs

Climb 1: Cleeve Hill Road> at 40km climb from 37m to 151m over 2.3km distance

Climb 2: Broad Road (B3134) near Burrington> at 46.5km climb from 34m to 275m over 5.9km distance

Climb 3: Cheddar Gorge> at 65km climb from 39m to 261m over 9.7km distance

Feed stations: at 22km, 63km and 89km (in Clevedon, Cheddar and Felton)

Detailed map

The newly added 100km route brings a few extra challenges to the Tour de Bristol. This route is for more experienced riders as two of the most iconic yet rewarding climbs of the area will be on the program for 2017. The ride takes you into North Somerset following the coast and across moorland. You will climb up to the beautiful rises of Burrington Combe before entering the fast and well flowing section on top of the Mendips. After a descend into Cheddar and a cruise through the town the most impressive climb of the all - Cheddar Gorge - opens up to the rider. First demanding but getting faster and faster nearer the top, the Gorge is to be enjoyed to its fullest. After another fast section across the top of the Mendips, some fantastic views over Chew Valley and Blagdon Lake open up before the route drops back to the edge of Blagdon Lake. The 100K route joins the 50K route at Felton at the final feed station at 89Km.

Enter the 100km ride.

Download a GPX file of the route - Please note this route does not consider any last minute changes, and riders should follow on the day route marking rather than entirely depend on the GPS data.

Routes mapped out by organisers of Bikefest