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Challenge Cancer: Cycle Trans Pennine
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Join our team and enjoy a 60 miles or 120 miles through the stunning Pennines.
Challenge Cancer: Cycle Trans Pennine is the latest event ride in the Challenge Cancer series and is the Northern counterpart to Challenge Cancer: Cycle London 2 Brighton. This event is perfect for any rider that is looking to experience the stunning Pennines from the saddle.
You can choose your distance, you can choose your start time and you can even choose your start location when you take on this challenge. You can choose from:
Day Ride (60 miles): Manchester to Leeds or Leeds to Manchester – this ride will start on the morning of the 20th September at 9am. There will be start lines in both Manchester and Leeds so you can decide what direction you take.
There & Back (120 miles): Manchester to Leeds or Leeds to Manchester. You can go both ways, but remember when you get there, you will have to turn around and come back again. This is not one for the faint hearted.
N.B. You’ll need to have raised 50% of your sponsorship (£199) 6 weeks before the event to confirm your place. But don’t worry; we’ve got loads of fundraising support and advice to help you achieve this.
If you undertake this challenge you will be receive incredible support, including:
- Fully signed route, timing chips, route maps, GPS files
- Medics, mechanics, massage and full support
- FREE food at half way rest stop in Keighley
- 2 further rest stops en route - FREE snacks & drinks
- Bike transport from your finish (£5), back to start – with purchasable coach service (£19).
For more information on this event please visit the official event page.
Race day information
Any questions? Click here to read our most frequently asked questions, which should provide you with all the information you need. Or, you can contact the Sports Team on 0300 123 5461.
Did you know…
Cancer Research UK have taken over 100 new drugs into clinical trials since the early 1980s - more than 100,000 patients have joined our treatment trials since 1995