Tour of the Hopfields Sportive
The Tour of the Hopfields Sportive is the perfect way to explore the quiet lanes of the beautiful countryside of Kent. With a choice of three spectacular routes that set off from the Cyclopark there is a one to suit riders of all abilities.
Riders can expect a challenging and enjoyable ride that serves up stunning landscape to take your mind off some of the tougher climbs! Heading into the lanes of the North Downs, this cleverly designed sportive meanders through quaint villages that offer up some of the county’s hidden gems.
All routes are fully signed and supported with well stocked feed stations where riders can rest up, have a drink and a snack before hitting the road again.
Whatever distance you choose, you can be sure of a cracking day in the saddle with the Cyclopark Events team. At the finish you’ll be presented with a well-earned finisher’s medal and afterwards you can reflect on your day with other riders in the Cyclo Café. There will a team of massage therapists available to those aching muscles; why not treat yourself to post ride massage.
Three Route Options
Long Hop 70 miles
Classic Hop 48 miles
Short Hop 33 miles
Long Hop Route £25.00
Classic Hop Route £25.00
Short Hop Route £20.00
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