Pillar’s Guide to the
Tour of Cambridgeshire

Riding a Tour of Cambridgeshire event this summer? Pillar has all the info you’ll need about the day, plus tailored training plans for this event.
Riding the
Tour of Cambridgeshire

True to its name, the Tour of Cambridgeshire is an event consisting of 4 different routes around the glorious (relatively) flat lands of Cambridgeshire.

There are three sportive routes: 50 miles, 70 miles and 100 miles. The fourth route is a shorter Time Trial route which Pillar does not yet cater for

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About the ride

The Tour of Cambridgeshire is a cycling festival with several events taking place over two days each year. There are road races, time trials, sportives and even a rainbow ride.

Each of the four Tour of Cambridgeshire routes start from the Peterborough area, more specifically the East of England Arena. 

They all head southwards for a tour of some of the most quaint and beautiful villages the UK has to offer. 
Each route traverses some of the flattest land around, so you can really gun for it. The 50 miles route features only 1500ft of climbing, whereas the longer two will take you up hills of 3000ft. 

You’ll get up to four pit stops (depending on your course) along the way in the case of any mechanical issues, and to fuel up with top-quality nutrition from HIGH5. On the ToC menu is fruit, sandwiches, cakes and gels. You’ll be able to get your hands on isotonic drinks, espresso and (of course) water.

The Tour of Cambridge also offers camping spots, glamping, and motorhomes if you’d like to make a weekend of it. 
Entry for the day will run you £80 for the 100 mile route, £60 for the 70 mile route, and £50 for the 50 mile route.

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The Pillar app gives you a personalised training plan based on your fitness, your goals & your availability, which dynamically updates over timeBased on cutting edge sports science,

Pillar takes a holistic approach to your endurance training—including nutrition, rest, and rehabilitation.