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FAQ

Frequently asked questions

How do I book on the ride?


Go to the booking page on this site, complete the registration form and then make your payment. We will confirm your place once your details and payment are checked.




What training will I need to do before the ride?


Remember, this is a serious challenge and you must have put some work in beforehand! You should have completed at least 60-80% of the miles to ensure you are able to complete the ride. If you choose not to train, we cannot be held responsible for your welfare or safety at the event. By not training you are putting yourself and other riders at risk. You must read and acknowledge the ride instructions before applying.




What charities do you support?


Our main charity is Brothers in Arms Charity, set up to support the families of those who have lost their lives in combat. We also support other local charities when we can and these are announced on a regular basis following our fundraising activities.




Can you tell me about sponsorship and amount I need to raise?


We usually ask for a minimum amount of sponsorship via a fundraising form. However, this year (2021) due to obvious Covid restrictions, we are asking each rider to pay the administrative entry fee only (£25), the vast majority of which will go to our main charities.




What shall I bring on the day?


Although we have been blessed with some amazing weather in recent years, always make sure you bring appropriate clothing in case of cold, wind or rain. You should also bring snacks and drinks to keep you energized and hydrated along the ride. We will have a few stop points for toilet and refreshment breaks (to be announced). Remember to make sure you have a puncture repair kit too - although we have a support vehicle, our supplies are limited. Although we will help where we can, it is your responsibility to make sure you are able to complete the ride.