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750 riders...
.. 310 miles

Full support all the way...

signed route, rest stops, free food, mechanics, medics, massage, vehicles

Newcastle to London 24


Central London - 315 miles due south and just 24 hours! It's over the Tyne past the Angel of the North and on to the Yorkshire Hills. Through York down to the Humber - then historic Lincoln and the welcome flat lands of the East beyond.

The sun dips - night time arrives as we pass sleepy villages and speed through quiet countryside. Dawn breaks - the Capital's skyline is soon in sight - as the finish approaches the clock seems to stand still - 24 hours?

We've now teamed up with Macmillan Cancer Support - so your ride could also make a real difference and help others. You can achieve a lot in one day - join us on Ride 24.


The 315 mile route is split into 7 stages of approx 40/50 miles - with covered Rest Stops at the end of each leg to take on food & drink supplied by our specialist catering team - and to sort any repairs to bike & body!  

  • Non-stop - day & night. 24 hr 'target' time
  • 'Front Peleton' ~21 hour target pace
  • Saturday start - 9.00am, 10.30am & midday 
  • Fully supported - all the way
  • Signed with pink arrows & glow sticks 
  • Optional bike transport to Newcastle for Start
  • Optional coach transfer back to Newcastle 
  • Some will do it in ~26/27 hours - that's fine!
  • A great finish & welcome in Central London 


START: Newcastle - Sat 20 Aug

FINISH: Smithfields Market, London - 21 Aug, 24 hrs or so later!

MILES: 315 - 7 stages - Rest Stops en route

TOTAL CLIMB: 7750 ft - some flat sections 

RIDERS: up to 750 intrepid adventurers 

2015 RESULTS: 46% of field made it in < 24 hrs and 85% in < 26 hrs


We have 6 years experience of successful 24 hour rides – and know the ingredients to get you across the finish line on target. You’ll need your bike, helmet, some fuel in those legs & lots of spirit - we’ll bring the support -

  • Rest stops every 40/50 miles
  • Free snacks, gels & drinks
  • Food supplied at all Rest Stops
  • Hot lunch & dinner
  • Plenty of toilets at all Stops!
  • A celebratory brunch at the finish
  • Pace riders & support guides 
  • Full support teams - mechanics
  • Medics + massage 
  • Day bag transfers to selected Rest Stop 
  • Rest buses - if you need to sit out 
  • Back-up vehicles
  • Bike transport for retirees
  • Timing chips, route maps, GPX files
  • Live timing website
  • Training advice + dedicated team 
  • Public liability insurance cover

To speak to our team - call 0207 609 6695, or email