Yes – we will have a very limited number of on-the-day signs ups, which will be available on a first come first serve basis. However, we do recommend you sign up before Monday 29 August 2019, to avoid disappointment.
There is no minimum age to participate although all participants under the age of 18 will need to have completed a Parental Consent form to take part, and all participants under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian throughout the ride. There will be no special provision made for young people; their parents/guardians must be clear about the demands of the ride they are consenting to and whether or not this is appropriate.
No – But we encourage you to do so as if everyone taking part raised £60 in sponsorship, this would raise an amazing £60,000 to help save Yorkshire lives!
No – This is a charity cycle ride and not a race. Please enjoy your day out in the countryside and respect all other participants.
We have provided the elevation gains below, these have been taken from Garmin.
One Swan - 30 miles: 42 meters
Two Swans - 63 miles: 196 meters
Three Swans 100 miles: 367 meters
Yes – contact the events team at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01423 877210. We will need to know your name, distance you are currently on and the distance you would like to change to. You will be required to pay an additional £5 if you are moving up by one swan and £10 if moving up by two swans.
Yes – just bring the email confirmation for each rider you’re collecting the numbers for to the registration desk. Rider numbers can be collected at the Summit Indoor Adventure centre on Saturday 31 August, 10:00am – 2:00pm or Sunday 1 September 7:00am – 09:00am.
100 miles – 8:00am
63 miles – 8:30am
30 miles - 9:00am
Please arrive in good time to register before your start time. The start line will close at 9:30am.
Yes! - No helmet no ride!
Aerobars, Triathlon handlebars or other bar extensions are discouraged for safety reasons. Where riders do have them fitted, they must not be used when riding in a group and riders must allow for a gap to the rider(s) in front that allows time to reach for their brakes if necessary.
Please do not use ear/headphones, as you may need to listen for instructions from our rider and route marshals. The route is also on open roads and ear/headphones may cause a distraction from the traffic.
No – the routes will take place on open roads. The route is fully sign posted and there will be rider marshals along the route. We advise all participants to follow the highway code throughout and be considerate to other road users.
We recommend a suggested donation of £30 + £2.50 to cover P&P. Payments can be made by either cheque, bank transfer, over the phone or online; whichever is easiest for you. If you would like to get a cycling jersey, please contact the events team at email@example.com or telephone 01423 877210.
You can find information on car park locations at www.parkopedia.co.uk. All council parking is free on Sundays in Selby. Please do not leave your car in the Summit Indoor Adventure car park while taking part; this car park is reserved for patrons of the Summit only.
We will be emailing all participants with the full event guide 2-3 weeks before the event. Please make sure to add firstname.lastname@example.org to your contact list.
Yes – RideTiming are providing the chip-timing for the event. Results will be available immediately after you cross the line at their results booth and online at https://ridetiming.co.uk/certificates/
Yes – We will have two food vendors and one hot drink vendor attending the event along with The Summit providing food during registration. The other vendors will be based on the Selby Abbey Pavement; they will be cash only but there are free-to-use cash machines close by.
Yes – We will be providing free snacks and water at designated stations along each route but we advise that these not be relied upon to provide sustenance for your whole ride. We recommend that riders carry enough food and drink with them. Please also remember to respect the other riders and volunteers when at these feed stations.
Yes – technical support will be provided at the start line by Selby Cycling Club who will also be providing limited on-route support, along with a sweeper vehicle in case of total breakdown. We also recommend you bring spares with you in case of any minor issues.
Yes – medical support will be available at the start/finish area and on the race route. In case of any serious incidents, 999 should be called but an emergency number will be provided in the event guide for our on course medical support.
The finish line will be there until 5.00pm, you can still finish after this time; however, you will not receive an official finishing time.
No – But toilets will be available at registration, at the start/finish area, and at the feed stations on-route.