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Great Yorkshire Bike Ride

Great Yorkshire Bike Ride


West Yorkshire


June 13, 2020

Further information

The Great Yorkshire Bike Ride is one of the most popular and successful charity cycle rides in Yorkshire. Each year around 1,500 riders of all ages and abilities sign up to take on the challenge of the 70-mile route from Wetherby to Filey. The annual event is in it’s 37th year has currently raised £2.96m for charity projects since the GYBR started in 1984 with 250 riders taking part. The route takes in some of the greatest scenery that North Yorkshire has to offer with the climb over the Howardian Hills to the long journey through the Yorkshire Wolds to the climax of the ride, the arrival at Filey Country Park on the East Coast. See website for your entry

Who can take part

The 2020 ride will take place on Sat 13th June. The ride is 70 miles from Wetherby to Filey. There are four drink stops along the route plus lunch provided at the half way point. Riders can purchase an entry, or an entry with return transport back to the start. Return transport is limited and is offered on a first-come, first-booked basis. The entry is open to riders of all ages and abilities; and is totally non-competitive. It’s a great day out along a lovely route with first class support along the way.

Contact details

John Taylorson


07774 806023



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