After running the Ross Tiger for several years we felt it was time to retire the event after 2022 to allow room for some new events so the 2022 edition will be the last one, limited like the rest of our events to just 800 places make sure you book in good time to guarantee your place. Those that have done the event over the years know that the route is simply stunning with a bit of something for everyone.

The short route is ideal for beginners, even if you have never taken part in an event before this is just 25 miles with a feed stop part way round for you to have a break, cup of tea and a bite to eat before continuing your day’s cycle ride. You don’t need any particular bike to take part, as long as it’s road worthy, it will be fine. Same with clothing, as long as you are in comfortable clothes to ride a bike that’s fine – why not do it as a sponsored ride for one of the local charities?

The medium and long routes are a little more challenging although taking in some spectacular views along the tops of the Lincolnshire Wolds both routes leave lasting memories for those that have taken part over the years. The medium route is perfect for those wishing for just a few hills here and there with a flatter finish along the coast. The long route tackles the Wolds no less than three times with flat bits in between to recover your legs for that last push (up Caistor Hill) and back into the finish.

Online Entry Closes 23:59 pm 28th June 2022. Before entering any of our events,
Please read our Sportive Rules, Terms & Conditions

ENTRY FEE: £40.00

The only question is… which route will you pick?

Andrea P. Did the 25 Mile in 2019

My first ever sportive. Loved this one. Super atmosphere, lovely people. Great course and markings. Highly recommended

Chris H. Did the 58 Mile in 2019

Did the Ross tiger for the first time this year as part of my preparation for ride London. i live fairly local and the route took me down quiet roads I never new existed. overall the route was fast and had very little traffic and a well stocked amazing feed station with a far superior variety of food and snacks than sportives which are far more expensive, ample parking at the HQ and brilliant atmosphere music etc at the finish.

William W. Did the 107 Mile in 2019

Atmosphere was great with friendly people who all chipped in to help if in need to be spurred on. Course was testing but a great feeling of achievement in completing it. Hats off to the organisers for making it another great day. Thank you!!

Debb H. Did the 107 Mile in 2019

My first time doing the Ross Tiger this year, and booked it as a training ride for the Outlaw that I was doing later that same month. I had done a couple of sportiv hq events with friends previously and was confident enough with the set up and organisation to enter on my own, knowing I would probably meet some lovely people to ride with, which I did! Route was challenging enough but not too hard, with fantastic views, feed stations were brilliant and well stocked as always. I’ll be back next year!


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