White Roads Classic Sportive – Course Details


The Lapierre White Roads Classic - Course Details

An in-depth overview of this unique event

Long Course (160 km) Google Map and Profile

Long Course 2017 GPX file

Rider Information Pack – 2017

Long Course  1:50 000 OS Map (East)

Long Course  1:50 000 OS Map (Central)

Long Course  1:50 000 OS Map (West)

Short Course (100 km) Map and Profile

Short Course GPX file

Short Course OS Map

The Lapierre White Roads Classic features sectors of white gravel and chalk roads (seventeen in total, ranging from 1300m to 5300m in length) on and around the Ridgeway National Trail in Oxfordshire. All of the roads used on the route are relatively traffic-free, with the majority of the White Road sectors being closed to all traffic.

A typical White Road on The Ridgeway

A typical White Road on The Ridgeway

White Gravel Sectors – 2016

START  (0 km) Basildon Park (National Trust)
Sector 17  (km) Streatley 2000m
Sector 16  (km) Starveall 1300m
Sector 15  (km) Roden Downs 5300m
Sector 14  (km) East Ilsley 2000m
Sector 13  (km) Tile Barn 3400m
Sector 12  (km) Harwell Field  1900m
Sector 11  (km) East Ginge 1300m
Sector 10  (km) White Horse Hill 1600m
FEED 1   (km) The Royal Oak, Bishopstone
Sector 9  (km) Bishopstone 3800m
Sector 8  (km) Upper Lambourn 3400m
Sector 7  (km) Letcombe Castle 2600m
FEED 2   (km) Court Hill Centre, Wantage
Sector 6  (km) Farnborough Down 1500m
Sector 5  (km) East Ilsley North 2000m
Sector 4  (km) Churn Road 2600m
Sector 3  (km) Aldworth 1500m
Sector 2  (km) Starveall North 1300m
Sector 1  (km) Streatley East 2000m
FINISH  (160km) Basildon Park (National Trust)

Photos: henryiddon.com