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Course NumberP911
Distance27 miles
Route SummaryThe Goodwood Classic
Course Record1:06:50
Sebastian Ader
18 October 2009
Usual HeadquartersLavant Memorial Hall
Facilities AvailableCar Park
Ordnance SurveyMap No. 197
Start: SU881078
Finish: SU881079

Full Course Description

START At the entrance to The Valdoe, approximately 250 yards north of Woodcote RAB on Kennel Hill.
PROCEED north past the Golf Club and climb Kennel Hill to Charlton Down where take RIGHT fork to descend Knights Hill to Charlton.
Turn LEFT at village crossroads to Singleton where bear right keeping to the main street to the T junction with the A286.
Turn LEFT on to A286 and proceed south to take second LEFT to climb Town Lane Hill (Singleton Shoot) to Charlton Down (GR SU880113).
COMMENCE the descent of Kennel Hill and then turn sharp LEFT to proceed east to the GOODWOOD PRIME opposite the plaque to commemorate the 1982 Worlds Cycling Championships (GR SU884108).

CONTINUE east after the Prime past Goodwood Race Course through Pilleygreen Lodges Crossroads and Selhurst Park to The Benges (GR SU939120).
Turn LEFT on to A285 and descend Upwaltham Hill. Turn sharp LEFT at the bottom of Upwaltham Hill into Droke Lane and proceed to East Dean (GR SU903128). Turn LEFT at village pond in East Dean and climb East Dean Hill to Pilleygreen Lodges Crossroads. Straight across and descend New Barn Hill to Waterbeach and Westerton Crossroads.
Turn LEFT and proceed along New Road (Lavant Straight) to junction with A285 (GR SU900075).
Turn LEFT on to A285 and proceed through Halnaker to climb Benges Hill (GR SU939120).
Turn LEFT and proceed through Selhurst Park and Pilleygreen Lodges Crossroads to the T junction with Kennel Hill at Goodwood Race Course.
Turn LEFT to descend Kennel Hill past the Golf Club to

FINISH 250 Yards north of Woodcote RAB and opposite the START.

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