Selby Three Swans Sportive

01 September 2019

Date

Selby

Location

In 2018, more than 1,000 riders took to the roads of Yorkshire to complete this scenic sportive and in 2019 we’re hoping for even more. With a choice of 30, 63 and 100 miles there’s something for everyone who likes a good bike ride, whether you are just getting into cycling, looking for a family challenge or ready to ride a century.

Your entry fee includes a finisher’s memento, chip timing with immediate results and on route feed stations. You’ll also be able to enjoy food, refreshments and a post cycle massage at our event village on the Selby Abbey pavement.

Fundraising for Yorkshire Cancer Research

When you enter the Selby Three Swans Sportive, part of your registration fee will go to the charity to be invested in vital cancer research and community health projects. If you would like to make an additional donation, you can do so when you register.

Alternatively, you can join our fundraising team and collect sponsorship for your challenge. We will provide first-rate support, including some great ideas to get you started and without the pressure of raising minimum sponsorship amounts.

You can also purchase a Yorkshire Cancer Research cycling jersey in advance by emailing events@ycr.org.uk. They will also be available on the day of the event.

 

** Online registration is now closed. There will be very limited places available over the weekend (on a first come first served basis) from the Summit Indoor Adventure Centre from 10am-2pm on Saturday 31st Aug and from 6.45am on Sunday 1st Sep.

 

Entry Fees

On the day registration fees are as follows:

One Swan (30 miles) £25

Two Swan (63 miles) - £30

Three Swan (100 miles) - £35

If you have any questions in the meantime, please call our Events Team on 01423 877210 or email events@ycr.org.uk.

Children at the Event

Parents of any under 18s taking part in the ride, we ask to please complete the Parental Consent Form and bring it with you to the event registration on the day.

Tak a look at the 2018 event video to see what you can look forward to in 2019.

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