Deloitte Ride Across Britain

Land’s End to John O'Groats

Get your own place

  1. Sign up at the Deloitte Ride Across Britain Website
  2. Get a sponsorship pack from us
  3. Get set and go!

Get a charity place

Get a charity place for just £499 when you pledge to raise a minimum of £2,200 for our life-saving research.

Apply here

Got a place already?

Request your sponsorship pack and join our team

Take on Britain’s world famous long-distance cycle challenge, from Land’s End to John O'Groats. 969 miles, nine days, fully supported.

Cliff tops, moorlands, hidden roads and soaring mountains. Experience the most spectacular cycling Britain has to offer, riding through 23 counties across England, Wales and Scotland.

Your trip support will include:

  • Tailored training programmes,
  • Expert chaperones and medical support
  • Full signposting, GPS route files and live chip-timing
  • Secure baggage transfer
  • Secure base camp with hot showers, hot food and drinks and inflatable mattresses

Get your discounted charity place now with Cancer Research UK for this once in a lifetime experience.

Check out the official event video here.

In addition to this, when you raise over £500 give us a call on 0300 123 5461 to order your discounted bespoke CRUK cycling kit – designed and produced by Kalas!

Our full kit includes a short sleeve jersey, bib shorts and a cap – normally £130 but just £95 when you fundraise over £500!

To find out more about the ride, please visit the Deloitte Ride Across Britain website.

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.

Support for you

Training plans and advice

We've teamed up with the experts to give you the very best training support and advice for your event.

Get a cheering pack

Our pack includes a banner, clapper boards, cheering sticks, balloons, tattoos and running sacks. To get yours, email or call 0300 123 5461.

Practical fundraising help

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