Sunday 15 May 2022
£10 per rider
The Stokesley Charity Cycle Ride is a fantastic annual occasion that sees cyclists of all ages and abilities come together for a leisurely ride through the beautiful North Yorkshire countryside and picturesque villages.
Starting at Stokesley Town Hall, the 30-mile route follows the River Leven, past Ingleby Greenhow, and then up the steep incline to Clay Bank.
Riders can enjoy a well-earned refreshment and admire the stunning view overlooking Stokesley and Great Ayton, with the iconic peak of Roseberry Topping standing out on the skyline.
The ride continues through to Great Broughton, Kirby, Carlton, before stopping at Potto for a much-deserved cold drink. From here, riders continue to the finish line at Stokesley Town Hall.Sign up
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Organised by local cyclist and philanthropist Paul Mackintosh, this fantastic annual event seeks to raise funds for a different cause each year – and in 2022 the Great North Air Ambulance Service is honoured to be this year’s chosen charity.
The Stokesley Charity Cycle started in 1998 and since then has raised thousands of pounds for local charities and causes.
All proceeds from the entry fee will go towards our life-saving mission, and many participants also choose to raise money through sponsorship.
Please note that this event is not organised by GNAAS – as part of your entry, your details will be shared with the event organiser for the purpose of sending your rider number and important event information. A stamped addressed envelope must be sent to the event organiser to receive your rider pack – details are included in your confirmation email.