Ride T'Pub: Cyclist and Restrap launch new multi-day gravel event

Posted by Nathan Hughes on

To celebrate our 10th anniversary, Cyclist has teamed up with us to bring you Ride T'Pub, the latest multi-day off-rode event across the stunning landscape of the Yorkshire Dales.

 

Taking place across the Late May Bank Holiday (25th-27th May), this weekend of riding will take you from city to country as you climb 530 metres (1,730 feet) on and off road to the peak of Tan Hill and the highest pub in Britain.

Over two days, riders will cover 160km (100 miles) from Leeds to the Tan Hill Inn over various backroads, bridleways and singletracks before finishing with a night of camping, beer, food and live music at the traditional 17th-century pub.

Day one, on Saturday 25th May, will depart from the La Bogetta Milanese cafè in Leeds after a quick coffee and chat before heading north-west to Helwitt Bridge on the River Ribble and at the base of Yorkshire's famous three peaks.

After a night under the stars, riders will then navigate a combination of gravel paths, tricky climbs and calming tarmac roads across three valleys before finishing atop Tan Hill.

On arrival, you'll have a chance to grab a beer, enjoy a warm dinner and some live music and chat through a memorable two days of riding. The event culminates on the Monday morning where you will be able to travel back to Leeds by train or pre-booked coach. 

Alternatively, there is also the choice of a ride back to the city.

Early bird tickets to the event will cost £120 which will get you entry to the event, a GPX route file, Restrap and Cyclist ride captains, two nights of camping with breakfast included, two evening meals, a goody bag, movie night and DJ and band at the pub.

Once the early bird offer ends tickets will retail at £150.

To take part in the event, however, you will need access to a gravel or cyclocross bike, camping equipment, tools for roadside repairs, a way of navigating yourself and some money to buy us some beers!

Don't miss out! Get your tickets here now!