2017 Cyclothon – Thursday 7th September 2017

Compete as part of a team or ride solo on the London 2012 Paralympic Road Race circuit at Brands Hatch in the 8hr or 12hr endurance events against famous faces from the rugby world.

Rugby stars such as Victor Ubogu, Lee Mears, Mike Tindall, John Hall, Mark Regan, Rory Underwood, Phil de Glanville and many more will don their lycra so why not get involved and ride as part of a team of 4 or 8 riders, or take on the ultimate challenge and ride for all 8hrs/12hrs on your own?

Applications for 2017 are now open

 

Secure Your Place

 

Fundraising Pledge: £350 per rider
Registration fee: £30

 

Own Place

If you already have your own place in the race simply join the IPF Rugby Riders team by registering and we'll welcome you on board!

 

Register for the Team

 

Fundraising Pledge: As much as you can!
Registration fee: None

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