BW Bristol Belter powered by Merida Bikes

Welcome to the BW Bristol Belter powered by Merida Bikes Road Sportive 4th September 2016.

CUSTOM BUILD

Full Belter

Approx. 160km (100miles) long with 2,450meters of climbing (3 feed stations plus finish line feed station)

EXPERT ADVICE

Short Belter

Approx. 100km (63miles) long with 1,650meters of climbing (2 feed stations plus finish line feed station)

Cycling service

Mini Belter

Approx. 70km (44miles) long with 1,100meters of climbing (2 feed station plus finish line feed station)


LATEST ARTICLES

Thanks for coming along + results + images

A big thank you and well done for taking part in the BW Bristol Belter powered by Merida Bikes.

We hope you had a great time and that we can welcome you again in the future.

The results will be published soon on the Black Sheep Sports Timing results page. The times should be up on Monday but please keep checking the page.

UPDATE: Here the link straight to the BELTER RESULTS 2016

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BW Bristol Belter powered by MERIDA BIKES this weekend

The BW Bristol Belter
This weekend the BW Bristol Belter powered by Merida Bikes road sportive will be taking place on Sunday the 4th September. This year’s event will have once again three different routes (160km – 100km – 70km) and will return to the much loved location of the Fry Club in Keynsham, Bristol. (more…)

BW Bristol Belter and HALO Oktoberfest coming up…

Less than 2 months now to the (hate to say this) end of summer BW Bristol Belter powered by Merida Bikes road sportive taking place on the 4th September. This year’s event will have once again three different routes (160km – 100km – 70km) and will return to the much loved location of the Fry Club in Keynsham, Bristol. (more…)

Fancy some dirt? Welcome to the Ritchey Reveller Dirt Sportive

Granted, not 100% a road affair but never the less hopefully of interest to our roady or/and cyclo cross friends out there – WELCOME TO THE RITCHEY REVELLER DIRT SPORTIVE!!

The Bristol Bikefest mountain bike event has been running for 14 years. The event started out as an ‘add on’ to the Southern Cross Country series and has grown from humble beginnings into one of the biggest mountain bike events in the country.

Besides offering the popular 12, 6 and 3hour relay MTB event as well as the ‘Steve Worland ride singletrack hard & drink a swig of cider per lap memorial cup 2016’ the team’ (all details here: www.bike-fest.com) the latest addition for 2016 is the Ritchey Reveller Dirt Sportive (12th June).  (more…)

All go for 2016

This morning our final 2016 event has open its doors and is now open for entry. (more…)