Cycling the quiet lanes of the Yorkshire Wolds

Yorkshire Wolds Cycle Challenge 2022 Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd July 2022 CYCLE 144 MILES OVER 2 DAYS (72 MILES EACH DAY) AROUND THE STUNNINGLY BEAUTIFUL YORKSHIRE WOLDS! 

Are you ready to take on the challenge? 

The entry list will be open shortly for the 11th running of the Yorkshire Wolds Cycle Challenge, which will be held on Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd July 2022. 
 
Once live, you'll be able to register your entry by clicking the red Enter button below. Only £60.00 to enter, plus a promise to raise a minimum of £70.00 in sponsorship (or pay this yourself) by the weekend of the event. 
 
WATCH THIS SPACE! 
The quiet lanes of the Yorkshire Wolds Cycle Route

The ride 

144 miles (almost all on-road) over 2 days 
Circular route starting and finishing in Norton, just outside Malton CLICK HERE 
Recognised by British Cycling 
Suitable for all kinds of riders 
Appeals to all ages, including under 18's 
Limited to 200 entrants  
In aid of Ryedale Special Families charity CLICK HERE 
Stunning scenery and safe, quiet roads 
Non-competitive 
Fun and inclusive 
The quiet lanes of the Yorkshire Wolds Cycle Route

The support 

Fully signposted route 
Bike maintenance team 
First Aid support with mobile ambulance 
'Guardian Angel' support riders 
Marshals 
Free transport of camping gear and overnight bag 
Secure bike parking and through-the-night Security Guards 
Fully catered overnight camp with showers CLICK HERE 
Live entertainment and licensed bar 
Certificate of completion and goody bag 

Entry & sponsorship 

£60 entrance fee (£1 additional admin fee) 
Plus £70.00 minimum sponsorship target by July 2022 
Register now for the Yorkshire Wolds Cycle Challenge 2022 
A refreshment stop by the sea at Sewerby
Camping at the halfway is an integral part of the challenge
Cyclists relaxing at one of the refreshment points
Cyclists dismount to cross the railway line
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