6th October 2019 - First rider off from 8am

Cunningly placed towards the end of the cycling season to give a final challenge before the winter bike comes into play, the SNCC Sportive is back for another year. After last year’s successful Sportive we are hoping for good weather to give you an enjoyable ride.

Again, this year’s Sportive offers options of 100 miles, 100 kms and 30-mile routes – so there’s something for riders of all abilities. The SNCC Sportives are famed for their well-stocked feed stations, with a mixture of sweet and savoury treats to keep the hungry cyclist going. This year, we will have 1 feed station, at Sue Ryder, St John’s Hospice, Moggerhanger.

You can enter via the British Cycling website: https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/events/details/202657/SNCC-Autumn-Breeze

Route information below:



Feed Stations

on the day



Ride with GPS      






 RwGPS 100m  Gar 100m

Two stops

£20 £25



 RwGPS 100km  Gar 100k

One stop

£20 £25



  RwGPS 30m  Gar 30m

One stop

£12 £15

Registration, at St Neots One Leisure, will openat 7:30am with the first riders away at 8:00am.

The routes will be fully signed with support on the road from St Neots Cycling Club’s “Ride Angels” to assist those in need.
If anyone is unfortunate enough to break down completely, a broom wagon will be in operation to ferry bikes and riders to the finish.
This year’s Sportive will be supporting the Sue Ryder, St John’s Hospice, Moggerhanger.

Event Features

  • Free parking at the Start/Finish HQ (St Neots One Leisure, PE19 2SA)
  • Toilet & shower facilities at HQ
  • Three fully-signed routes on quiet country roads
  • Well stocked feed station on the route (two on the 100-mile route)
  • Beans or cheese on toast at the end of the ride included in entry fee
  • Support from Ride Angels on the road
  • Broom wagon for breakdowns
  • Covered by British Cycling insurance

2019 Sportive Charitable Cause
First and foremost, SNCC members like riding their bikes, but they also like supporting charitable causes, especially those that have some significance to cycling, our local communities and individual club members. So even though Moggerhanger is in Bedfordshire it is a place that SNCC cycle past on a regular basis.

Sue rider support

Last year Sue Ryder provided 105,000 hours of support to patients and their families across Bedfordshire

Their care is free, but it costs them £3.7m per year to provide it, which equates to £10,000 per day! 
Without the tireless fundraising of our supporters, we would not be able to continue to provide the care that we are so well known for.
Not only do our supporters raise a huge amount of money towards our services, they also help to spread the word about Sue Ryder so more people know about what we do and how we can help.