Wiggle Jurassic Classic sportive, supported by Prostate Cancer UK, has been rescheduled for Saturday August 18 after the organisers were forced to cancel the event on Sunday July 8 due to flooding.
The 100km and 100-mile routes will remain the same, starting and finishing at Exmouth Rugby Club and taking riders through Sidmouth, Honiton, Collompton and Woodbury Common.
"We are thrilled to be able to reschedule the event so quickly after the disappointment of having to cancel, and we are really looking forward to bringing the Wiggle Jurassic Classic to the South West for the first time," said Andy Sallnow, Sporting Events Manager at Prostate Cancer UK.
Entry for either route costs £28, with the 100-mile route starting off from 7am and 100km from 8am.
More information on the routes and online entry can be found on the Jurassic Classic website.
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