One-day cycling challenge for Relay Teams and Solo Cyclists.
Riders ride for a Charity or just for a fun day, seeing the Thames from end to end.
The ride starts at Putney, on the banks of the river, and finishes at the very source of the Thames, near Cirencester in the Cotswolds.
The route includes many iconic buildings and places, stunning scenery and some of the most quintessentially English country lanes to be found in central southern England.
Minimum age: 14
BBQ supper at the Finish included
The Thames Head Challenge is a fun Charity Bike Ride with a unique twist.
This one-day cycling challenge for both Relay Teams and Solo Cyclists starts at Putney, on the banks of the River Thames.
Riders bridge the river 15 times and finish 130 miles later at the very source of the Thames, near Cirencester in the Cotswolds.
A feature of this event is that riders of ANY ability can take part.
You can ride the Thames Head Challenge either as a SOLOIST – riding all 130 miles yourself [epic, or what!]
or in a RELAY TEAM of 2 or 3 or 4, dividing the route into stages between the Team Members – switching Riders as many times as needed or wanted.
The route has been meticulously planned to incorporate iconic buildings and places, stunning scenery and some of the most quintessentially English country lanes to be found in central southern England.
Minimum age for riders: 14 years
You can ride the Thames Head Challenge either:
for sheer fun…
to achieve a personal goal…
to raise money for a Charity or other good cause…
in celebration of Father’s Day [and there’s a discount for Families]…
or enjoy the event as a Team building experience with your company.
It’s going to be a truly special and memorable day!