Join the RFU IPF Rugby Riders

Join the Rugby Riders Team at cycling events of all types and for every ability across the UK and internationally.

See our list below for a selection of other cycling events you can get involved with to support the Injured Players Foundation and be part of our team!

Cycling Events

Dragon Tour 153km/305km (over 2/3 days) 9th-11th June 2017 Wales Road Race £103-£168
Nightrider London 100km or 60km (at night) 10/11 June 2017 London Road Race £99
Nightrider Liverpool 100km (at night) 15/16 July 2017 Liverpool Road Race £99
Prudential Ride London 100 miles 30th July 2017 London-Surrey Road Race £575 sponsorship (£40 registration fee)
London to Paris 420km (over 4 days) Throughout the year London/Paris Road Race £99 deposit  (+£1525 sponsorship)
London to Paris - Tour de France finish 420km (over 4 days) 19-23 June 2017 London/Paris Road Race £125 deposit (+£1480 sponsorship)
Ride across England 527 miles (over 5 days) 9-13 Sept 2017 England Road Race £999
Ride across Britain 969 miles (over 9 days) 9-17th Sept 2017 Great Britain Road Race £1,499
Ride across Britain Ultra 969 miles (over 5 days) 13th-17th Sept 2017 Great Britain Road Race £1,999
London to Brighton 55 miles Date TBC London/Brighton Road Race £40 (+£100 sponsorship)
Coast 2 Coast 128-140 miles Throughout the year England Road Race £0 (self organised)
Cyclothon UK 8hr and 12hr endurance race Date TBC Brands Hatch, Kent Closed circuit relay £350 sponsorship (£50 registration fee)


Already have your own place in an event?

Once you have your place, get in touch with the IPF Team who will welcome you on board and give you all the support you need from the moment you sign-up. Everybody who joins the team will receive:

  • A Team Rugby Riders Welcome Pack full of fundraising tips and advice
  • An IPF T-shirt to show the world you're on our team
  • A technical fibre IPF cycling top to wear at your chosen race

Need more info or have some questions? Contact us here and the team will be happy to help.

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