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2018 David Eales Memorial Amsterdam Ride

593 km Distanz
680 m Aufstieg
640 m Abstieg

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The David Eales Memorial ride is an award-winning 4-6 day group charity ride from London (or Dunkerque) to Amsterdam each September. The ride is long but leisurely, averaging 60 miles (about 100km) each day. The cycling conditions in Belgium and the Netherlands are level and pleasant, allowing riders to take in the scenery along the route.

Riders organise in groups of 4-6 with advice and support from veterans of the ride. Hostels are booked by the groups themselves, and group members perform navigation and logistics for one another while riding. We’re also hoping to have ground crews at home to run communication and coordination with our social media accounts, so subscribe to our lists if you’re interested.


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