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|Cycle Route Details|
|Route Name||South Cambridgeshire 100 Miler via Newmarket|
|Distance : miles (km)||100.35 (161.50)|
|Posted By||G Robinson|
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|This is a long day out, covering 100 miles. Avoiding main roads, this route ambles though Cambridgeshire villages, circling, but not enetering Cambridge. It visits, Newmarket, Ely and the southern part of the Fens. The route rises from zero feet in the Fens to a maximum of 400 feet above sea level near the vineyards of Linton.
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|Landmarks/Pubs for lunch/Sites to see?|
|Many local village pubs, the towns of Newmarket, famous for its horse racing, Ely with its marvelous cathedral and riverside and the Fens, long flat roads that stretch into the horizon. Very quiet roads, great and varied wildlife and a challenge worth putting a day aside for. You'll love it.
|Cycling Clubs located in this region|
|Fen Amateur Riding Team|
|Ramsey Cycling Club|