All routes are carefully designed to keep to the country lanes as far as possible.
All routes are circular starting and finishing at Longthorn Campsite Wareham BH20
Please pick your route carefully. Do not be too ambitious if you have not ridden
the distance before. Check out the advice click here regarding getting your self
prepared for the ride.
All routes are subject to change.
108 Mile Etape Click to enlarge. Rating 4.5/5 Total climb 7178 ft, maximum elevation
To download a GPX file of this route Right Click here and select “save link as” or
“save target as”.
The Dorset 108 mile Etape is for those that have comfortably ridden at least 60 miles
before. This ride is a real challenge and for the serious cyclists with some challenging
hills. There is a escape route after 52 miles where the 70 mile route splits.
The 80 (81) mile route. Total climb 4050 ft, Max elevation 891 ft. To download a
GPX file of this route Right Click here and select “save link as” or “save target
The 80 mile route is also a good challenge but a shorter distance.
35 Mile route.Total climb 1156 ft. Max Elevation 305 ft. To download a GPX file
of this route Right Click here and select “save link as” or “save target as”.
The 35 mile route is less hilly than the longer routes with a maximum elevation of
10 (9) Mile route. The 10 mile is for families or those who do not ride very often.
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It is mostly flat although part of the route is off road along a gravel track through
the forest, there is a route to avoid the off road section if using a road bike.
To avoid the off road section continue pass Moreton bearing right at the next turning,
turning right again at B3390 and right again for Clouds Hill and Bovington. You will
then rejoin the section from the forest.
45 Mile Route.This route is a hybrid of the 55 mile route. You follow the 55 mile
route until you reach Moreton when you head back to the finish with the other shorter
routes rather than following the 55 mile route down to Lulworth and back.