Tour de Vale returns to Buckinghamshire

Buckinghamshire's biggest bike ride will take place on Sunday 9 June - with riders cycling three routes across scenic countryside all in aid of WheelPower - to help provide life changing opportunities for disabled children and adults to play sport and be more active.

The 100k route was designed for experienced cyclists, the 60k is a challenging ride with a few steep hills and the 25k is a fun ride for all the family which is free for under 16 year olds.  

There are water stops on each route with marshals and support vehicles too to ensure everyone's safety.

People taking part raise money for Wheelpower, the national charity for wheelchair sport, which supports disabled people to play sport and lead healthy, active lives. 

So if you're interested in entering here's some more detail:

100k Advanced Ride for experienced cyclists

Start time: 9am - 9.15am club cyclists. 9.15am - 9.30am leisure cyclists

View the 100k advanced ride route

60k Challenge Ride with a few steep hills

Start time: 10am - 10.15am club cyclists. 10.15am - 10.30am leisure cyclists

View the 60k Challenge Ride route

25k Fun Ride for all the family (capacity of 725 riders)

  • 10.30am - 10.45am single cyclists or groups without children under 16
  • 10.45am - 11am family cyclists with children under 16
  • 11am - 11.15am family cyclists with children under 16

View the 25k Fun Ride route

To find out more, to enter and to view the full route map go to:


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