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MAPS/ROUTES
RESERVOIR COGS SPORTIVE

Both long routes (Big Cog) follow an anti clockwise direction and with some short steep warm up climbs like Barham and Glaston, Harringworth Viaduct will feature early from the Rutland start and with climbs all around. The Grafham start will have a new cycle route to avoid the A14 and a couple of climbs before nearing Oundle and onto King Cliffe and then the Harringworth climbs and onto Rutland.

 

The northern start winds its way towards Corby before turning east and the rolling run into Oundle with its cycle friendly cafes. The road continues to roll until crossing over the A14 and Catworth before a short 1 in 6 and then the climb into Perry and onto Grafham for the halfway point.

 

There is over 4400ft of climbing on the long routes and 3300ft on the Rutland short route (Little Cog) of 58 miles and 2700ft on the Grafham short route (Little Cog) of 70 miles.

 

RESERVOIR COGS Grafham start 'Big Cog' 109Miles

 

 

Elevation - Grafham start 'Big Cog' 109Miles

 

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RESERVOIR COGS Rutland start 'Big Cog' 109Miles

 

 

Elevation - Rutland start 'Big Cog' 109Miles

 

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RESERVOIR COGS Grafham 'Little Cog' 70Mile

 

 

Elevation - Grafham 'Little Cog' 70Mile

 

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RESERVOIR COGS Rutland 'Little Cog' 57Mile

 

 

Elevation - Rutland 'Little Cog' 57Mile

 

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