Contenders, are you READY!

Yes, the registration for the 2018 Pedal of Honour is now open! just head over to our handy entry form HERE and sign up for the ride of your life.*
While you’re at it check out the new 2018 Route too. It’s a bit longer than last year, but follows the same basic layout as previous years. And if you think that’s too far, then there are shorter options available.
And of course, we want you to raise as much money as possible, so while you’re at it, please set up your fundraising pages immediately via the page HERE.
Now all you have to do is get in some training miles ready for the big day.

* Due to our 3rd party event insurance with Cycling UK, all entrants need to use the web form to sign up for Pedal of Honour.

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