Phil Hampton Memorial Ride

Phil Hampton was a member of CTC North Hampshire. He was an electrical engineer who had given up full-time work to make time to cycle more than 8,000 miles a year. In June 2002 he was returning from an Audax event to his home in Farnborough, Hampshire, when he was struck from behind by a 20-ton lorry. The accident happened just outside Petersfield on the A3 trunk road. The lorry driver was later convicted of causing death by dangerous driving and sentenced to two years in jail.

This ride is an annual event organised by CTC North Hampshire in memory of Phil. All the entry fees are donated to the CTC’s Cyclists’ Defence Fund, which was set up in 2001 by the CTC to help cyclists who may be innocent victims of road crashes.

The date is, Saturday 23rd March 2013 ride start 10am.
Venue, Four Marks Village Hall, Lymington Bottom, Four Marks SU 667 345. There is a choice of a 50 mile or 30 mile route. Both are challenging, and you are advised to carry sufficient food and drink for the distance. There are very few shops on the 50 mile route, and none on the 30 mile route. There will be refreshments available at the start and finish.

This year's organiser is Dan Montgomerie 01420 80783.

You can e-mail Dan at danjanmontgomerie@gmail.com to receive an electronic version.

We hope to see you there!

The ride usually takes place at the weekend around the 20th March.
Venue varies: please check date and venue in the Alton Rides list

NOTE: This year's route is differnet from previous years. New PDFs will be uploaded when they become available.

To view or download:-

Entry form
Map and Route
Profile

2012 – 30 mile route

2012 – 50 mile route