Ayr Burners Cycling

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Ronde van Ayrlaanderen 2023

Ronde Van Ayrlaanderen (RVA) 2023 is fast approaching. This year it will be held on Saturday 8th April at 09:30, leaving from the Burns Museum. The usual standard Saturday ride will follow this year’s RVA route, a slight change from historic routes.

For those who haven’t been on an RVA ride before most of the route is cycled at a normal Burners pace, but there are identified segments which are timed (via Strava) – it’s your choice if you want to put in an effort, the bunch will re-group after.

In keeping with the RVV (and other classics) whilst we won’t have cobbles you can expect some of Ayrshire’s finest tarmac.

All are welcome to take part – however only current members will stand a chance of winning one of the RVA cobbles.

You can download the route on Strava from here – https://www.strava.com/routes/3065017677671812598

The sectors (segments) for this years RVA will be –

Wee Potterhill Test 0.47Km 2.2%

Col de Moss 1.05Km 5.1%

Barnweil Monument 1.52Km 3.2%

Stradi Crappie to Pisgah 1.52Km 2.5%

Long Slope 2.03Km 1.7%

Hill to Tarb 0.58Km 3.4%

Coyote Coyle 1.16Km -1.4% (Sprint)

Col de Roodlea 0.5Km 6.3%

Donald Laurie • March 7, 2023

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