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TORQ in your Sleep - The Hot One - Results and Photos

by Paul Howard, 28 Aug 17. Results [  ] Photos [ 1» ]

Ten. TEN. 10. It doesn't matter how you write the number, that's a milestone we are very pleased to have achieved since the very first TORQ in Your Sleep in 2008. You know, the Wet and Windy One where eze-ups and tents blew around the field, vehicles got stuck in the mud and we all got a bit emotional at this new 12hour venture. By contrast this was the hottest yet. But #10 was hanging in the balance only a few weeks ago as red-tape (not the course marking type!) reared it's head and almost put a stop to the event. A massive debt of gratitude goes to the very hardworking backoffice team for pulling out all the stops. We can happily say we're looking forward to #11 and beyond at Minley, so you might just as well block book your August Bank Holiday weekends now!

100's of riders keen to go, go, GO

The course is naturally the highlight of the race and it never fails to dissapoint. In the words of one rider who's likely raced all ten; "It's like meeting up with an old friend. They've aged a bit, got a bit rougher, a few more lines and wrinkles have appeared. But you know you can embrace them and party together and enjoy the best and worst of the challenging ups and downs that lay ahead."

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Lap by lap results and times are available for download via the link above and Kevin Sheldrakes photos are also now online for purchase. Podium shots are found in our Twitter and Facebook feeds, please let us know if you want any of these.

The Gorrick Team extend their thanks to all the Sponsors, Supporters, Trade and hardworking volunteers who make our events happen. And lastly the riders, spectators, families et al who continue to have faith and return year on year to support us in our 25th Anniversary Year of event organisation.

To Jon and Jane Lucas (Mr and Mrs Gorrick), we all salute you.

Our motto on clearing up; leave nothing but a line in the grass...

And a sweet line of earth between the trees.