Bodmin Moor 100
Sunday 13 July, 2014
Late Entry For The Bodmin Moor 100
Online entries have now closed but you can
still enter to ride this event on the day.
Riders wishing to enter should go direct
to Dragon Leisure Centre reception, where you will be able to
process payment for the event by cash or credit card. Once
you have made your payment, take your receipt to the registration
team who will process your entry.
Registration 6am - 7.30am.
Entry fees on the day: Long Route £33, Mid Route £29 and Short
Please see our Terms and Conditions, Health Commitment
Statement and Rider Briefing Manual on this site
Bodmin Moor 100 Rider Times
Welcome to the Bodmin Moor 100
Organised by the Tempus Leisure Events Team, we are
proud to continue the tradition of offering spectacular yet
challenging Cycling Sportives in Cornwall. Now in
its seventh year, this event has become well known as one of the
most challenging sportives in the country.
We are in no doubt that the challenge will be rewarding for all
levels of bike rider and the event offers three routes that
will navigate along the North Cornwall Atlantic coast finishing in
Bodmin via Bodmin Moor. Set amongst the most stunning and
challenging geographic area in the region, riders will be tested to
their limit as they descend and ascend this coastal area.
The Event HQ is Dragon Leisure Centre, Bodmin, where there
are excellent facilities including changing rooms, showers and
toilets, coffee shop and lounge, as well as ample car parking.
Getting to the event is quick and easy. For those travelling
from outside of Cornwall we are just 60 miles from Exeter on the
A30 and 32 miles from Plymouth on the A38.
See Route Options
Rider Briefing Manual
Please read the Rider Briefing Manual above as it
contains essential information for your ride. You will also need to
read the Event Documentation prior to entry.
Registration, Safety Briefing and Start
Registration will take place at Dragon Leisure
Centre, Bodmin on the day of the event from 6am - 7.30am. A route
specific Safety Briefing will be given at the start line. The
briefing for the riders will take place at 7.50am. It is essential
that all riders attend. The Long Route riders will start between
8am - 8.10am, Mid Route 8.10am - 8.20am and Short Route 8.20am -
Photos of the race will be available to
purchase at Charles
Charity Partner for Land's End 100 and
Bodmin Moor 100 Sportives
Two Charities working together to transform the lives of
blind and partially sighted people in Cornwall.
Tempus Leisure, itself a Charitable Trust, is proud to
announce Cornwall Blind Association as Charity Partner
for the Bodmin Moor and Land’s End 100 Sportives.
There are an estimated 20,000 people living in Cornwall affected
by severe sight loss. The possibility of losing all or part of our
sight is a serious matter which can affect all of us. Sight is
something we all take for granted until we lose it, but life need
Cornwall Blind Association (CBA) is a charity set up over 157
years ago and is the only local charity which exists to improve the
lives of visually impaired people in Cornwall. It campaigns to help
people understand how they can protect their sight and provides
practical help and support to anyone living with sight
Tempus Leisure is proud to be working in partnership
with Cornwall Blind Association and we encourage all
participants to support this charity.
Any charitable contribution you make will have a major impact on
the work that the CBA carries out in Cornwall.
Please visit the CBA JustGiving page for
details on how to donate.
Bodmin Moor 100, 2013 Rider Times