Sunday 30 August 2020 9am
LKR Events are delighted to announce a new partnership for 2020 with local running expert Kris lecher from Brantingham Parks Injury Clinic to deliver one of the UK’s flattest 10 mile routes.
2020 will be the 5th year of this now popular local race across the open flats of the East Riding of Yorkshire and skirting the banks of the River Humber.
Registration will be open in May
Race HQ and start/finish:
Gliberdyke Memorial Hall, Clementhorpe Rd, Gilberdyke, Brough HU15 2UG
About The Event
The Gilberdyke 10 Mile Road Race starts on Clementhorpe Road/Scalby Lane near the Memorial Hall and for the safety of runners, the race is run on partially closed roads. This will result in reduced flexibility for traffic movements around the village and the race route on the day. More details will be published nearer the event.
In order to ensure your travel plans are not affected we recommend that you:
- Try to avoid the affected routes. Consider using an alternative route.
- Plan your journey carefully.
- Amend your journey time to avoid the race route and closure times.
- Consider using an alternative means of transport.
Key Race Timings/Closures
The race organisers plan to operate a rolling closure using a lead and tail vehicle to minimise disruption to local residents and businesses. As soon as it is safe to do so, the roads will be re-opened to allow traffic to pass. The approximate closure times and periods are as follows
09:45 – 10:10 Clementhorpe Road from St Stephen’s Close to Scalby Lane Scalby Lane from Station Road to Clementhorpe Rd
09:50 – 10:15 Station Road, Staddlethorpe Broad Lane (to the junction with Bellasize Lane) All roads on Industrial Estate
10:00 – 10:45 Bellasize Lane
10:10 – 11:00 Greenoak Lane
10:20 – 11:15 Blacktoft Lane
10:30 – 11:45 Sparrowcroft Lane
10:40 – 12:00 Staddlethorpe Broad Lane
10:45 – 12:30 Station Road, Clementhorpe Road from St Stephen’s Close to Scalby Lane Scalby Lane from Station Road to Clementhorpe Rd
All times are approximate and dependent on the progress of the runners. The organisers will endeavour to re-open the roads as quickly as possible once it is safe to do so.
The race organisers and participants would like to thank the local community in advance for its support of this event and we are sure that you will give consideration to the safety and enjoyment of the race by the runners. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience and disruption that may be caused. We very much hope you can enjoy the race and support the runners as they put all the weeks and months of training to the test in this exciting new race!
Humber Triathletes is a local not-for-profit triathlon club run by volunteers to participate in training and offers running and multi-sport events in the local community.
If you have any concerns regarding these road closures and would like help resolving them, please feel free to email the race organising team: [email protected]