Etape Caledonia

Etape Pennines

The Marie Curie Cancer Care Etape Pennines, England’s first closed road sportive, quickly established itself as one of the toughest sportives in the UK following its debut in 2012. Starting and finishing in County Durham, the 60 mile course takes riders through the ruggedly undulating North East scenery.

With tough climbs to overcome, it’s certainly a challenging ride, but with panoramic views and speedy downhill sections to look forward to, your hard work is duly rewarded. Cycling Plus took part in the 2012 event and said “Beautiful but brutal, the Etape Pennines has the makings of a classic”. 

Date: TBC
Location: County Durham
Distance: 60 miles
Elevation: 2,231m

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Etape Caledonia

The Marie Curie Cancer Care Etape Caledonia is generally regarded as the UK’s leading sportive and each year welcomes over 5,000 cyclists to the beautiful town of Pitlochry, Scotland. With the 81 mile course taking in some of the most breathtaking views the Scottish Highlands has to offer, as well as a festival atmosphere to look forward to at the finish line, it’s a must do for both cycling enthusiasts and first timers looking to experience both the thrill of riding on completely closed roads.

Last year Etape Caledonia sold out in less than 72 hours so we highly advise you act quick if you want to secure your place at the start line. 

Date: 10th May 2015 
Location: Perthshire, Scotland
Distance: 81 miles / 130 km
Elevation: 1,196 m

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