2017 event results now published. See https://t-pow.co.uk/results-2/ for details

Purbeck
Bikemonger
Bimbles

Entries for these amazing bike events are now open

This year’s Bikemonger Bimbles are on the

16th Sept 2017

The Bikemonger Bimble is organised by T-POW (registered charity no 1166759  ) in association with Charlie the Bikemonger. All profits from the Bikemonger Bimble and the other events organised by T-POW go to charities and good causes.

T_POW also organises The Purbeck Running Festival which has been running (pun intended) for the last five years and has been very successful with The Purbeck Marathon having been rated in the top 3 UK races by Runners World.

T-POW also organises the challenge events for The Purbeck Nordic Walking UK Festival. This festival is set to be the Nordic walking event in the UK and the Marathon challenge is the first of its type in the UK.

 

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Do The Half
Bimble £25

THE HALF BIMBLE:
This MTB event in numbers:
31 km, 20 miles, 1790 feet of climbing

Entrance Fee: £25

Enjoy this challenging 20-mile route, taking in some of the best of the local trails, and grand views. The route has 1790 feet of climbing, but as you start and finish at sea level, you get to coast down 1790 feet of trails too.

The route starts with a gentle roll out of town and easy off-road climb up the Priest’s Way and past the Square & Compass Pub. Magnificent views and a fast downhill track then take you to Corfe Castle. A steady climb along the ridge past the ancient burial mounds is followed by a meandering and often technical descent across Aglestone Heath and on out to Old Harry’s Rocks. There is just one stiff climb and a very technical descent back to the finish.

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Do The Full
Bimble £35

This off road cycling event in numbers:
47 km, 29 miles, 2,682.5 feet of climbing

Entrance Fee: £35

Get stuck into this demanding 29 mile route taking in the best of the local trails, and grand views. The route has 2,682.5 feet of climbing, but as we start and finish at sea level, you get to coast down 2,682.5 feet of trails too.

The route starts with a gentle roll out of town and easy off-road climb up the Priest’s Way and past the Square & Compass Pub. A short climb to Swyre Head will reward you with world class views along the Jurassic coast. Another ridge run will then take you to Corfe Castle. A steady climb along the ridge past the ancient burial mounds is followed by a meandering and often technical descent across Aglestone Heath and on out to Old Harry’s Rocks. To end there is just one stiff climb and a very technical descent back to the finish.

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Do The Double
Bimble £40

This off road cycling challenge in numbers:
78 km, 49 miles, 4,472 feet of climbing

Entrance Fee: £40

This route is The Full Bimble and The Half Bimble back to back. You will need to toughen up to do this 49 mile route in a good time, which has a whopping 4,472 feet of climbing and descending. It’s worth pointing out that this is more than climbing any mountain in the UK (Ben Nevis is 4,409 feet). The route includes Old Harry’s Rocks, Ballard Down, the ancient burial site at Nine Barrow Down, Corfe Castle, and the legendary Square and Compass public house which you get to ride past twice… double temptation!