Mitchells Tattenhall 100

The Mitchells of Tattenhall 100 is our classic end of season ride and gives cyclists the two most important things in any ride – fantastic roads and great food!

Mitchells of Tattenhall is located in the beautiful Cheshire countryside, 8 miles south of Chester. It is sandwiched between two rocky outcrops that are home to Beeston and Peckforton Castles. The Peckforton hills are complemented by the miles of leafy lanes on the Cheshire Plain – perfect cycling territory. With the Mitchells Tattenhall 100 sportive, we are offering a stunning autumn ride, followed by fantastic food from the restaurant.

Our end of season sportive is small & friendly so why not finish off the season with a great ride around Cheshire with hearty warming food afterwards!


Date: Saturday 8 November 2014
Start Time: From 9am
Start Location: Mitchells Restaurant, Tattenhall CH3 9PX
Ride Distance: 100km / 63 Miles
Entry Fee: £19.95
More info:
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08 Nov 2014 Times:
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Online Entry for individual rides is via the British Cycling Online Entry System. Our rides are registered with British Cycling and adhere to their guidelines for non-competitive events. You can download the full guidelines from British Cycling and can view a summary of the rules here Entry is subject to our terms and conditions

Alternatively, you can call into the restaurant in Tattenhall to register and pay by cash, card or cheque.

If you enter all three rides together you will get a discount and pay £57 – If you have entered our other 2014 rides, please get in touch for an upgrade link if you would like to ride our final sportive.





The 100km route is a circular route starting at Mitchells Restaurant in Tattenhall. You can familiarise yourself with the route using GoogleMaps below.

If you use a Garmin GPS, you can visit the GarminConnect link:

or for any other device, you can visit the mapmyride link:

Both sites will allow you to download the route to your GPS device


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Information for Riders


A brief PDF document is available for riders with important information about the day.

The ride information will be posted shortly before the day.





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Download a High Resolution PDF map of the course here

Please note this is a large file ca. 12mb