Plessey's Tour of Devon 2017

Plessey is delighted to be hosting the fourth annual Tour of Devon with Team Raleigh, Evans Cycles and Primal all involved this year.

This is a premier event aimed at cycling enthusiasts who are up for a great day out cycling a 105 mile route around the picturesque Dartmoor National Park whilst raising money for Prostate Cancer UK.

With an expected 100+ riders, this year’s event will be bigger and better than ever before. Book your place now and select from the two Plessey cycling tour packages to secure your participation and avoid disappointment.

If cycling's not for you but you would like to donate to the Plessey Tour 2017's Just Giving page, click HERE

Just Ride £30, package includes:
•    2 x organised refreshments stops
•    Buffet lunch at the Mill on the Exe in Exeter
•    Medical & mechanical support throughout the day

Basic Entry £100, package includes:
•    Premium Primal cycling jersey
•    2 x organised refreshments stops
•    Buffet lunch at the Mill on the Exe in Exeter
•    Medical & mechanical support throughout the day
•    Goodie bag
•    Optional extras are available to purchase on the Basic Entry package including pre and post ride accommodation and dinners

All Inclusive Entry £400, package includes:
•    Premium Primal cycling jersey
•    2 x organised refreshments stops
•    Buffet lunch at the Mill on the Exe in Exeter
•    Pre-Ride Dinner & Drinks on the evening of Wednesday 6th September
•    Pre-Ride Accomodation on Wednesday 6th September
•    Post-Ride Dinner & Drinks on the evening of Thursday 7th September
•    Post-Ride Accomodation on Thursday 7th September
•    Medical & mechanical support throughout the day
•    Goodie bag & a charity donation

Event Date: Thursday 7th September
Event Format: Individual
Road: Yes
Location Start/ Finish Point: Moorland Garden Hotel, PL20 6DA
Event Registration Time: 07:30 - 08:45
 
The Course:
Starting just outside Plymouth at the Moorland Garden Hotel, this 105 mile route takes you through scenic Devon. Passing by the idyllic town of Tavistock, across the moors to Okehampton, onto Crediton and then down into Exeter. The ride continues from Exeter crossing the River Exe, the route heads towards Chudleigh and down into Bovey Tracey for a rest stop. Then it’s time to take on the challenge of the monumental Haytor in all its glory. Once you’ve accomplished this, its nearly plain sailing all the way home with just one more long and steady climb into Princetown, across the moors and finally downhill all the way back to the finish line.

Event Facilities:
All riders will have access to refreshments throughout the day, with mechanical and medical support also provided.

More info HERE