The Yorkshire Wolds Cycle Challenge 2018 

Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th July 2018 
Enter now by via one of the red Enter buttons 
Have fun, push yourself and raise money for charity on The Yorkshire Wolds Cycle Challenge, an annual fundraising bike ride in aid of Ryedale Special Families 
Starting and finishing in Norton, nr Malton, North Yorkshire, the challenging two-day ride covers 146 miles, following a spectacular circular route on quiet roads around the stunning Yorkshire Wolds. 
At the half-way point, riders come together in The Overnight Camp, a wonderful social occasion with food, bar and live music. It’s a great opportunity to relax, recharge and get to know your fellow entrants. 
Have fun, push yourself and raise money for charity on The Yorkshire Wolds Cycle Challenge, an annual fundraising bike ride in aid of Ryedale Special Families 
Starting and finishing in Norton, nr Malton, North Yorkshire, the challenging two-day ride covers 146 miles, following a spectacular circular route on quiet roads around the stunning Yorkshire Wolds. 
At the half-way point, riders come together in The Overnight Camp, a wonderful social occasion with food, bar and live music. It’s a great opportunity to relax, recharge and get to know your fellow entrants. 
Inclusive and friendly, this fantastic fundraiser is open to riders of all ages and abilities, and recognised by British Cycling – so whether you’re a seasoned rider, novice cyclist or simply want to challenge yourself, this is the perfect opportunity. 
Held in July each year since our inaugural event in 2011, the event attracts a diverse variety of riders from all over the country, including corporate teams, individual fundraisers, cycling clubs and families – all raising sponsorship money for a very worthy cause. 
 
Register your entry NOW! 
Only £45.00 to enter, plus a promise to raise a minimum of £60.00 in sponsorship (or pay this yourself) by the weekend of the event 

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