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Guided by the pillars of Adventure, Competition, and Community, participants will embark on a 1000KM journey through a kaleidoscope of landscapes in the South West of England and across Wales. Before the race begins, unite with fellow riders at the pre-race celebration dinner, setting the stage for an unforgettable experience.

The long days and mild weather create the perfect conditions for riders to prove themselves in the one of the earliest races of the calendar, setting the tone for what is to come later in the season.

Our 2024 route has been described as a medley of brutal climbs and beautiful vistas, visiting areas including; the Cotswolds, North Wessex Downs, Wye Valley, Eryri National Park, The Great Orme and the Shropshire Hills.


 Race Summary:

  • Start/Finish Warwick, UK​​

  • 10 Checkpoints

  • Fixed Route - Road

    • ~1,000KM distance

    • ~14,000M Elevation

  • Entry £140 Solo, £200 Pair

  • Tracker hire included

    • Coverage on​

  • Pre-race registration/welcome dinner

  • Cycling Cap

  • Bag drop available

  • Showers/changing facilities

  • Experienced and Rookies welcome

  • Tandems welcome


  • Solo (Male and Female categories)

  • Pairs 

  • Tandem 

The Rules​:

Ultra distance cycling requires integrity from all riders, the rules for this race are very simple:

  1. Riders must be self-sufficient 

  2. The route is to be followed, if you deviate you must return to the point of deviation before continuing

  3. Riders should leave no trace (no littering)

  4. Riders must carry at all times: a mobile phone (charged), Hi-Vis harness, foil blanket and bike lights

  5. Riders must follow the highway code and the laws of the land at all times

  6. Riders must report any issues with their trackers ASAP

  7. Bicycles must be road worthy

  8. Riders are required to provide proof of insurance

  9. No drafting unless you have entered as a pair

  10. Riders must ride within their abilities and not take unnecessary risks. 

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