Events in York

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JUN30
Registration Perks
Endure24 – Bramham Park

The Award Winning Mizuno Endure24, its like Glastonbury for runners, its a 24 hour running party in the woods. Free camping for runners, friends, family and support crews. 24 hour catering, showers and massage are available throughout the event weekend. The race village will be full of music and entertainment with live result updates screened throughout the race. Ultra-running has never been this much fun.

Endure24 is a unique event in the running calendar, it mixes serious ultra-running with a 24 hour team relay race. Virtually anyone of any ability level can take part and enjoy a challenging but rewarding weekend of trail running. Our five mile woodland and trail routes are incredibly scenic and end with a loop around the event race village where the awesome support from your fellow runners never stops.

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Endure24 – Bramham Park

25 Bramham Park Ct, Leeds LS10 4UL, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

The Award Winning Mizuno Endure24, its like Glastonbury for runners, its a 24 hour running party in the woods. Free camping for runners, friends, family and support crews. 24 hour catering, showers and massage are available throughout the event weekend. The race village will be full of music and entertainment with live result updates screened throughout the race. Ultra-running has never been this much fun.

Endure24 is a unique event in the running calendar, it mixes serious ultra-running with a 24 hour team relay race. Virtually anyone of any ability level can take part and enjoy a challenging but rewarding weekend of trail running. Our five mile woodland and trail routes are incredibly scenic and end with a loop around the event race village where the awesome support from your fellow runners never stops.

£90 - £560
Endure24 – Bramham Park
APR28
York Rally Sportive

Three routes of 140 km, 100 km and 80 km take riders from the start point in Wigginton (just north of York) high into the beautiful North York Moors.

Come and ride it if youre hard enough! Probably the hardest Sportive in Britain!

Ride the Dunnie: Wigginton (just north of York), Sheriff Hutton, Terrington Bank, Hovingham, Caulkeys Bank, Farndale, Low Mill, Castleton, Danby, Rosedale, Hutton le Hole, Marton, Castle Howard, Wigginton.

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York Rally Sportive

15 Mill Ln, Wigginton, York YO32 2PU, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

Three routes of 140 km, 100 km and 80 km take riders from the start point in Wigginton (just north of York) high into the beautiful North York Moors.

Come and ride it if youre hard enough! Probably the hardest Sportive in Britain!

Ride the Dunnie: Wigginton (just north of York), Sheriff Hutton, Terrington Bank, Hovingham, Caulkeys Bank, Farndale, Low Mill, Castleton, Danby, Rosedale, Hutton le Hole, Marton, Castle Howard, Wigginton.

£24
York Rally Sportive
NOV9
Registration Perks
The Holly Hustle

A fast fun packed forest trail run with some challenging uphills and rewarding downhills!

Starting in Meanwood, the Holly Hustle takes in some of the best trails that Leeds has to offer. A combination of beautiful Meanwood Park and the Hollies, famous for well-kept paths through extensive woodlands, with a vast collection of different species of flowers. Then onto the marvellous Meanwood Valley Trail, past the Seven Arches viaduct and Adel Crag. With the option of a quarter or two-lap half Marathon and free hot soup and crusty bread at the end theres possibly no reason why this shouldnt be on every fun-loving trail runners bucket list!

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The Holly Hustle

38 Parkside Rd, Leeds LS6 4QG, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

A fast fun packed forest trail run with some challenging uphills and rewarding downhills!

Starting in Meanwood, the Holly Hustle takes in some of the best trails that Leeds has to offer. A combination of beautiful Meanwood Park and the Hollies, famous for well-kept paths through extensive woodlands, with a vast collection of different species of flowers. Then onto the marvellous Meanwood Valley Trail, past the Seven Arches viaduct and Adel Crag. With the option of a quarter or two-lap half Marathon and free hot soup and crusty bread at the end theres possibly no reason why this shouldnt be on every fun-loving trail runners bucket list!

£12 - £18
The Holly Hustle
MAY9
York 5K Race Series 4

EvenSplits York 5K Race Series is staged at the University of York Sport Village, Cycle Circuit. The series consists of ten, monthly, 5K road races split into an A race and a B race. The A race is for those who expect to run sub-21:30 and the B race for those who expect to run 21:30 or above.

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York 5K Race Series 4

York Sport Village, York YO10 5FG, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

EvenSplits York 5K Race Series is staged at the University of York Sport Village, Cycle Circuit. The series consists of ten, monthly, 5K road races split into an A race and a B race. The A race is for those who expect to run sub-21:30 and the B race for those who expect to run 21:30 or above.

£8 - £10
York 5K Race Series 4
JUN8
Registration Perks
York Omnium

A cycling spectacle that balances sportsmanship with spectatorship. Fun to ride, fantastic to watch.

Set on a 1km closed cycle circuit, it involves an afternoon of racing across three formats, each designed to identify the most all-rounded road cyclist. The competition is surrounded by a festival of food, drink, pop-up shops and entertainment.

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York Omnium

York Sport Village, York YO10 5FG, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

A cycling spectacle that balances sportsmanship with spectatorship. Fun to ride, fantastic to watch.

Set on a 1km closed cycle circuit, it involves an afternoon of racing across three formats, each designed to identify the most all-rounded road cyclist. The competition is surrounded by a festival of food, drink, pop-up shops and entertainment.

£30
York Omnium
JUN13
York 5K Race Series 5

The EvenSplits York 5K Race Series is staged at the University of York Sport Village, Cycle Circuit. The series consists of ten, monthly, 5K road races split into an A race and a B race. The A race is for those who expect to run sub-21:30 and the B race for those who expect to run 21:30 or above.

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York 5K Race Series 5

York Sport Village, York YO10 5FG, UKView event
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From the organiser

The EvenSplits York 5K Race Series is staged at the University of York Sport Village, Cycle Circuit. The series consists of ten, monthly, 5K road races split into an A race and a B race. The A race is for those who expect to run sub-21:30 and the B race for those who expect to run 21:30 or above.

£8 - £10
York 5K Race Series 5
MAY12
The Big Bike Ride

The 2019 Big Bike Ride will start at 9 a.m. (approximately) on Sunday 12 May 2019. Starting times will be confirmed closer to the date.

From Westminster Abbey to Islip through royal parks, and country lanes, this is a unique and beautiful 70-mile route from central London to the ancient village of Islip in Oxfordshire, the birthplace of Edward the Confessor.

Starting outside Westminster Abbey, you will ride through Hyde Park and the Georgian splendour of Holland Park. Emerging near Wembley you tackle Harrow on the Hill and emerge from London directly into the beautiful, rolling, Chiltern hills. With the woods and winding lanes behind you, the route takes the Phoenix Trail, an old railway line converted to a cycle path, across the Oxfordshire plain to Thame, and then its just a short hop to the finish at Islip Village Hall.

Your registration fee covers administration, refreshments both en route and at the finish, and free physiotherapy for riders. Costs are subsidised by our sponsors, and the profits will benefit the two organising charities (Friends of Dr Souths School, and St Nicholas Church).

Some first-aid support will be available on the ride, and mechanical support will be provided en route.

Route downloads will be available to registered riders in TCX and GPX format.

This is a fundraising event, and we strongly encourage all riders to seek sponsorship, either for a charitable cause of your choice or for the two organising charities.

The Big Bike Ride welcomes those who cycle regularly as well as those looking simply for a fun family day out. There will be refreshment stops and support en route, a party atmosphere at the finish, and a commemorative gift. All riders under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

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The Big Bike Ride

1 Bridgefoot, Wetherby LS22 6RG, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

The 2019 Big Bike Ride will start at 9 a.m. (approximately) on Sunday 12 May 2019. Starting times will be confirmed closer to the date.

From Westminster Abbey to Islip through royal parks, and country lanes, this is a unique and beautiful 70-mile route from central London to the ancient village of Islip in Oxfordshire, the birthplace of Edward the Confessor.

Starting outside Westminster Abbey, you will ride through Hyde Park and the Georgian splendour of Holland Park. Emerging near Wembley you tackle Harrow on the Hill and emerge from London directly into the beautiful, rolling, Chiltern hills. With the woods and winding lanes behind you, the route takes the Phoenix Trail, an old railway line converted to a cycle path, across the Oxfordshire plain to Thame, and then its just a short hop to the finish at Islip Village Hall.

Your registration fee covers administration, refreshments both en route and at the finish, and free physiotherapy for riders. Costs are subsidised by our sponsors, and the profits will benefit the two organising charities (Friends of Dr Souths School, and St Nicholas Church).

Some first-aid support will be available on the ride, and mechanical support will be provided en route.

Route downloads will be available to registered riders in TCX and GPX format.

This is a fundraising event, and we strongly encourage all riders to seek sponsorship, either for a charitable cause of your choice or for the two organising charities.

The Big Bike Ride welcomes those who cycle regularly as well as those looking simply for a fun family day out. There will be refreshment stops and support en route, a party atmosphere at the finish, and a commemorative gift. All riders under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult.

£32 - £42
The Big Bike Ride
JUN2
Top of the Wolds 10K Challenge

The Top of the Wolds 10k Challenge is a scenic, rural race around Nunburnholme Wold in East Yorkshire.

Starting from the attractive Village of Warter, which is best noted for its much photographed row of thatched cottages, thatch being a most unusual roof covering on the Wolds.

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Top of the Wolds 10K Challenge

1 Beck Cottages, Sutton upon Derwent, York YO41 4DF, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

The Top of the Wolds 10k Challenge is a scenic, rural race around Nunburnholme Wold in East Yorkshire.

Starting from the attractive Village of Warter, which is best noted for its much photographed row of thatched cottages, thatch being a most unusual roof covering on the Wolds.

£13 - £15
Top of the Wolds 10K Challenge
APR27
Bubble Rush – Leeds

We are bringing Bubble Rush back to Harewood House for another year.

Wed love for you to join us at Harewood House, not only to help St Gemmas Hospice raise vital funds, but to have a bubbly fun time with you and all of your family!

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Bubble Rush – Leeds

Moor House, Harewood, Leeds LS17 9LQ, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

We are bringing Bubble Rush back to Harewood House for another year.

Wed love for you to join us at Harewood House, not only to help St Gemmas Hospice raise vital funds, but to have a bubbly fun time with you and all of your family!

£10 - £60
Bubble Rush – Leeds
JUL7
York Junior Triathlon

A triathlon event for athletes age 8 to 16 (age at 31 December 2018), enjoying the fantastic tarmac cycle track, indoor swimming pool and running trail at York Sport Village. The event is held under British Triathlon Competition Rules and is part of the Yorkshire regional triathlon series

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York Junior Triathlon

York Sport Village, Lakeside Way, Heslington, York YO10 5FG, UKView event
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From the organiser

A triathlon event for athletes age 8 to 16 (age at 31 December 2018), enjoying the fantastic tarmac cycle track, indoor swimming pool and running trail at York Sport Village. The event is held under British Triathlon Competition Rules and is part of the Yorkshire regional triathlon series

£20
York Junior Triathlon
JUL6
Interstellar Run

The scale model of the solar system is spread out along 6.4 miles of the old East Coast mainline railway (the cycle track between York and Selby).

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Interstellar Run

Askham Bar Park & Ride, York YO23 2BB, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

The scale model of the solar system is spread out along 6.4 miles of the old East Coast mainline railway (the cycle track between York and Selby).

£18 - £25
Interstellar Run
JUN1
Galtres Fun Run

Easingwold Lions are delighted to revive the Galtres Runs! As some of you may know, the Galtres Fun Run was a popular local community event, but unfortunately stopped being run in 2014. The event is being resurrected and will run again this year on 1st June at 1pm in Millfield Park. There will be a 5k mulit terrain run, a 2k fun run.

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Galtres Fun Run

6 Rowan Ave, Easingwold, York YO61 3RX, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

Easingwold Lions are delighted to revive the Galtres Runs! As some of you may know, the Galtres Fun Run was a popular local community event, but unfortunately stopped being run in 2014. The event is being resurrected and will run again this year on 1st June at 1pm in Millfield Park. There will be a 5k mulit terrain run, a 2k fun run.

£6.30
Galtres Fun Run
MAY2
Maserati Tour de Yorkshire Ride

The Tour de Yorkshire Ride offers a unique mix of Tour de France delivery combined with Yorkshire hospitality and beauty resulting in a sportive dream day. This is your chance to ride many of the same roads as the pros before they do, including the pro finish line, complete with support from the waiting crowds.

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Maserati Tour de Yorkshire Ride

Yorkshire House, Weeland Rd, Hensall, Goole DN14 0QE, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

The Tour de Yorkshire Ride offers a unique mix of Tour de France delivery combined with Yorkshire hospitality and beauty resulting in a sportive dream day. This is your chance to ride many of the same roads as the pros before they do, including the pro finish line, complete with support from the waiting crowds.

£49.50
Maserati Tour de Yorkshire Ride
JUL11
York 5K Race Series 6

The EvenSplits York 5K Race Series is staged at the University of York Sport Village, Cycle Circuit. The series consists of ten, monthly, 5K road races split into an A race and a B race. The A race is for those who expect to run sub-21:30 and the B race for those who expect to run 21:30 or above.

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York 5K Race Series 6

York Sport Village, York YO10 5FG, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

The EvenSplits York 5K Race Series is staged at the University of York Sport Village, Cycle Circuit. The series consists of ten, monthly, 5K road races split into an A race and a B race. The A race is for those who expect to run sub-21:30 and the B race for those who expect to run 21:30 or above.

£5 - £10
York 5K Race Series 6
MAY5
Registration Perks
Tour de Yorkshire Ride

The Maserati Tour de Yorkshire Ride offers a unique mix of Tour de France delivery combined with Yorkshire hospitality and beauty resulting in a sportive dream day. This is your chance to ride many of the same roads as the pros before they do, including the pro finish line, complete with support from the waiting crowds.

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Tour de Yorkshire Ride

Yorkshire House, Weeland Rd, Hensall, Goole DN14 0QE, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

The Maserati Tour de Yorkshire Ride offers a unique mix of Tour de France delivery combined with Yorkshire hospitality and beauty resulting in a sportive dream day. This is your chance to ride many of the same roads as the pros before they do, including the pro finish line, complete with support from the waiting crowds.

£45 - £49.50
Tour de Yorkshire Ride
JUN2
Top of the Wolds 10K Challenge

The Top of the Wolds 10k Challenge is a scenic, rural race around Nunburnholme Wold in East Yorkshire. Starting from the attractive Village of Warter, the race route heads out along scenic rural lanes, before a climb to the Wolds Top, then start your descent through the Woodland section, and finally return to Warter village.

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Top of the Wolds 10K Challenge

Warter Addlekeld, York YO42 1XR, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

The Top of the Wolds 10k Challenge is a scenic, rural race around Nunburnholme Wold in East Yorkshire. Starting from the attractive Village of Warter, the race route heads out along scenic rural lanes, before a climb to the Wolds Top, then start your descent through the Woodland section, and finally return to Warter village.

£13 - £15
Top of the Wolds 10K Challenge
MAY12
Ripon 10

Welcome to the Ripon 10 (~10 miles) probably the most scenic multi-terrain race in England

The race, which starts and finishes on Hell Wath Nature Reserve, is a hilly but picturesque course that leads the runners from Hell Wath around the Studley Royal Estate with beautiful views of Ripon and the stunning, surrounding countryside.

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Ripon 10

Obelisk, Ripon HG4 1BN, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

Welcome to the Ripon 10 (~10 miles) probably the most scenic multi-terrain race in England

The race, which starts and finishes on Hell Wath Nature Reserve, is a hilly but picturesque course that leads the runners from Hell Wath around the Studley Royal Estate with beautiful views of Ripon and the stunning, surrounding countryside.

£15 - £17
Ripon 10
AUG4
Asda Foundation York 10k

Arguably the most beautiful city in the UK! A rare chance to run through the ancient city walls and marvel at its medieval gems. When it comes to stunning scenery, the York 10K is hard to beat! Extremely popular, the flat route takes runners right through the historic heart of this beautiful city.

A flat, fast course taking runners on a tour past the York Minster, the city walls and attractions such as Clifford's Tower and the Shambles. Starting and finishing at the Knavesmire, the York 10K is a fantastic challenge for all abilities.

37 reviews
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Asda Foundation York 10k

3 Racecourse Rd, York YO23 1EX, UKView event
37 reviews
About the event
From the organiser

Arguably the most beautiful city in the UK! A rare chance to run through the ancient city walls and marvel at its medieval gems. When it comes to stunning scenery, the York 10K is hard to beat! Extremely popular, the flat route takes runners right through the historic heart of this beautiful city.

A flat, fast course taking runners on a tour past the York Minster, the city walls and attractions such as Clifford's Tower and the Shambles. Starting and finishing at the Knavesmire, the York 10K is a fantastic challenge for all abilities.

Reviews
  • Did the 10k in 2018

    Another great 10k from the Run for All team. Great course, especially the parts through the city centre and along the river. Plenty of support and a great event village. Park and Ride scheme was great except the buses needed to be more frequent as people ended up late for the start.
  • Did the event in 2018

  • Did the event in 2018

    Run for all York 10k. Third time I’ve done the event - it’s very decent. Car parking is a bit of a pain with the location and large numbers of competitors but arriving early-ish we got parked on the race course - which was fine.
    The route takes you through much of the best York has - which is great. Bit congested but not enough to be awkward really. Fewer instances of people starting too far forward then previous years.
    Good crowds - nice goody bag, medal and a decent t shirt.
    Exiting the car park was poor with no marshalls and cars going two ways along a one way route as a result - needs improving.
£20.50 - £22.50
Asda Foundation York 10k
AUG4
Yorkshire 100

Now in its second year, this fabulous charity cycling sportive will take you from the outskirts of historic York on a circular route through the Vale of York and into the Yorkshire Wolds. Enjoy some lovely scenery as you cycle along mainly quiet roads and pass through picturesque villages, with amazing views from the top of the Wolds.

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Yorkshire 100

York Sport Centre, University of York, James Way, Heslington, York YO10 5NA, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

Now in its second year, this fabulous charity cycling sportive will take you from the outskirts of historic York on a circular route through the Vale of York and into the Yorkshire Wolds. Enjoy some lovely scenery as you cycle along mainly quiet roads and pass through picturesque villages, with amazing views from the top of the Wolds.

£36
Yorkshire 100
MAY26
Struggle Dales

The event begins in the spa town of Harrogate, North Yorkshire and takes riders over 108 miles of stunning yet unforgiving Yorkshire Dales scenery.

The route has claimed cult status nationwide, with riders travelling hundreds of miles year after year to tackle the challenge again and again. Cycling Plus called it: One of the best events in the UK.

Test your mind, challenge your mates and rip off your legs on a sportive in Yorkshire that will bury you into the darkest depths of bike riding.

Spanning 108 miles and taking in seven of North Yorkshires notorious killer climbs, the Struggle sportive makes a century ride feel like your average Sunday club run!

Dare to dig yourself out of the black hole, down that last gel and block out the lactic-acid-burn as you crest the final climb back to Harrogate to complete one utterly epic day on the bike.

The Struggle sportive is set within North Yorkshires stunning scenery along the regions best cycling roads. Whether you rock up and ride alone, smash in through-and-off style with your team mates or roll out in club kit full peloton the Struggle offers a day of fun, camaraderie and bike-riding banter.

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Struggle Dales

14 Prospect Pl, Harrogate HG1 1LB, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

The event begins in the spa town of Harrogate, North Yorkshire and takes riders over 108 miles of stunning yet unforgiving Yorkshire Dales scenery.

The route has claimed cult status nationwide, with riders travelling hundreds of miles year after year to tackle the challenge again and again. Cycling Plus called it: One of the best events in the UK.

Test your mind, challenge your mates and rip off your legs on a sportive in Yorkshire that will bury you into the darkest depths of bike riding.

Spanning 108 miles and taking in seven of North Yorkshires notorious killer climbs, the Struggle sportive makes a century ride feel like your average Sunday club run!

Dare to dig yourself out of the black hole, down that last gel and block out the lactic-acid-burn as you crest the final climb back to Harrogate to complete one utterly epic day on the bike.

The Struggle sportive is set within North Yorkshires stunning scenery along the regions best cycling roads. Whether you rock up and ride alone, smash in through-and-off style with your team mates or roll out in club kit full peloton the Struggle offers a day of fun, camaraderie and bike-riding banter.

£48
Struggle Dales
APR28
Heart Of The Wolds Sportive

Now in its seventh year, The Heart of the Wolds Cycle Sportive is firmly established as one of the best cycle sportives in Yorkshire.

Starting off from the historic market town of Driffield, all the routes take in the unrivaled scenery of the Yorkshire Wolds. This years event takes place on Sunday 28 April 2019.

This year we will once again offer our Centurion ride, aimed at those riders who want to push themselves to the limit. This 100 mile (161km) ride is in addition to our 3 established rides (37km / 100km / 134km) which previous entrants will be familiar with and which offer something for each level of cyclist, from beginner looking to get into cycling to a more seasoned rider looking for their next challenge.

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Heart Of The Wolds Sportive

Driffield Showground, Kelleythorpe, Driffield YO25 9DN, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

Now in its seventh year, The Heart of the Wolds Cycle Sportive is firmly established as one of the best cycle sportives in Yorkshire.

Starting off from the historic market town of Driffield, all the routes take in the unrivaled scenery of the Yorkshire Wolds. This years event takes place on Sunday 28 April 2019.

This year we will once again offer our Centurion ride, aimed at those riders who want to push themselves to the limit. This 100 mile (161km) ride is in addition to our 3 established rides (37km / 100km / 134km) which previous entrants will be familiar with and which offer something for each level of cyclist, from beginner looking to get into cycling to a more seasoned rider looking for their next challenge.

£24.50
Heart Of The Wolds Sportive
AUG8
York 5K Race Series 7

The EvenSplits York 5K Race Series is staged at the University of York Sport Village, Cycle Circuit. The series consists of ten, monthly, 5K road races split into an A race and a B race. The A race is for those who expect to run sub-21:30 and the B race for those who expect to run 21:30 or above.

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York 5K Race Series 7

York Sport Village, York YO10 5FG, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

The EvenSplits York 5K Race Series is staged at the University of York Sport Village, Cycle Circuit. The series consists of ten, monthly, 5K road races split into an A race and a B race. The A race is for those who expect to run sub-21:30 and the B race for those who expect to run 21:30 or above.

£5 - £10
York 5K Race Series 7
JUL9
YDRRL - Wistow - York & District Road Race League Summer 10K Series

The York & District Road Race League is a league formed by local running races to lay on six 10K road races and one reverse handicap in and around the York area.

In exceptional circumstances guests may take part with the formal permission of the League committee and the committee will decide whether any guest will be included in the results.

Entries will only be accepted from fully paid up members of YDRRL clubs who are holders of an England Athletics Licence. Please ensure you have your England Athletics Registration number before entering.

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YDRRL - Wistow - York & District Road Race League Summer 10K Series

Wistow, Selby YO8 3UU, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

The York & District Road Race League is a league formed by local running races to lay on six 10K road races and one reverse handicap in and around the York area.

In exceptional circumstances guests may take part with the formal permission of the League committee and the committee will decide whether any guest will be included in the results.

Entries will only be accepted from fully paid up members of YDRRL clubs who are holders of an England Athletics Licence. Please ensure you have your England Athletics Registration number before entering.

£20
YDRRL - Wistow - York & District Road Race League Summer 10K Series
JUN23
Staveley Stampede 10k

10K multiterrain race through the beautiful North Yorkshire countryside via the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve,country trails and bridle paths to Copgrove and then by road back to Staveley.

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Staveley Stampede 10k

High View, Boroughbridge Rd, Staveley, Knaresborough HG5 0QW, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

10K multiterrain race through the beautiful North Yorkshire countryside via the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve,country trails and bridle paths to Copgrove and then by road back to Staveley.

£12.50 - £14.50
Staveley Stampede 10k
JUL7
Allerthorpe Sprint Triathlon

Now in its 11th year the Allerthorpe Sprint Triathlon remains as popular as ever. If you are contemplating open water triathlon this year, then this event would be the perfect choice. Extremely calm, warm and safe waters of Allerthorpe Lakeland Park provide the ideal introduction into open water racing.

TriStars Race Distances:

TriStars Start - 80m swim, 600m runTriStars 1 - 200m swim, 1200m runTriStars 2 - 300m swim, 1800m runTriStars 3 - 400m swim, 2400m run
1 reviews
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Allerthorpe Sprint Triathlon

Allerthorpe Lakeland Park, Melbourne Road, Pocklington, York YO42 4RL, UKView event
1 review
About the event
From the organiser

Now in its 11th year the Allerthorpe Sprint Triathlon remains as popular as ever. If you are contemplating open water triathlon this year, then this event would be the perfect choice. Extremely calm, warm and safe waters of Allerthorpe Lakeland Park provide the ideal introduction into open water racing.

TriStars Race Distances:

TriStars Start - 80m swim, 600m runTriStars 1 - 200m swim, 1200m runTriStars 2 - 300m swim, 1800m runTriStars 3 - 400m swim, 2400m run
Reviews
  • Did the event in 2017

    I was looking forward to this race since my twisted ankle had recovered. I enjoyed racing there. I travelled up the day before to check things out. The park is small and so is the lake. I immediately understood why the bike and run are off-site - there's simply no space to do them in the park. I was really surprised by the tight entry/exit points to transition located between 2 caravans, especially as you would have both bikes and runners using that at the same time but it all worked out fine. Registration was easy as pie and so was the transition set up. then off to the lake. I really valued the 5 mins acclimatisation period but probably didn't use it properly because I had issues when the swim started. Having calmed myself down I got on with swimming - right up to the first buoy when I saw people walking. Yes, it really was that shallow and if you have sinky legs then honestly it was easier! Anyway swim done and my wetsuit wouldn't open. Thanks to the marshalls who sorted it out for me. Beginners like me face all kinds of challenges and the next one for me was feeling totally dizzy in T1. It's hard to get a wetsuit off when you need to hold on to the bike rack to stop yourself falling over. Onto the well-signed bike course, no issues there. As you get back to the park you see all the people ahead of you completing their run, which I found a bit depressing. Since the run is back out of the park the only supporters are the runners coming the other way down the country lane. Go there eventually and over the line - see photo. Turns out there was no bling. And if you are going to give me a t-shirt, can I please have it when I'm done and not at registration? So glad I made the trip to sunny Yorkshire for this one. One more left in September.
£50 - £74
Allerthorpe Sprint Triathlon
AUG18
York 100

The Vale of York and the Yorkshire Wolds, plus the magnificent Castle Howard and the Howardian Hills (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) are just some of the highlights youll see on the York 100 charity cycling sportive. You can experience some of the best cycling terrain in England on this bike ride raising funds for vital medical research to help sick and disabled babies and children.

If you are relatively new to cycling you may want to try our Classic 68 mile route which will provide you with a great ride and a fantastic challenge. Or if youre an experienced cyclist or sportive rider the Champion route at 100 miles is the perfect distance to push yourself to the limit.

Join the Action Medical Research team on this charity cycling event and enjoy a great day in the saddle with first class support throughout the day.

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York 100

Sports and Fitness Centre, Heslington, York YO10 5NA, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

The Vale of York and the Yorkshire Wolds, plus the magnificent Castle Howard and the Howardian Hills (an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) are just some of the highlights youll see on the York 100 charity cycling sportive. You can experience some of the best cycling terrain in England on this bike ride raising funds for vital medical research to help sick and disabled babies and children.

If you are relatively new to cycling you may want to try our Classic 68 mile route which will provide you with a great ride and a fantastic challenge. Or if youre an experienced cyclist or sportive rider the Champion route at 100 miles is the perfect distance to push yourself to the limit.

Join the Action Medical Research team on this charity cycling event and enjoy a great day in the saddle with first class support throughout the day.

£38
York 100
MAY11
A Bridge Too Far Ultra

The Bridge Too Far Ultra takes you from Otley through the dales of Wharfedale, Washburndale, Nidderdale and all the way back to Pool-in-Wharfedale, The shorter route turns around at Pateley Bridge.

This is an out and back route. Although the finish is an extra 5km (3 miles) from the start. As such you may elect to turn around sooner. There are 4 Checkpoints although you pass through the same ones on the way back! This race is especially challenging as you pass you car with 3 miles to go. Will you be tempted to quit early?

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A Bridge Too Far Ultra

1A Garnett St, Otley LS21 1AL, UKView event
2 reviews
About the event
From the organiser

The Bridge Too Far Ultra takes you from Otley through the dales of Wharfedale, Washburndale, Nidderdale and all the way back to Pool-in-Wharfedale, The shorter route turns around at Pateley Bridge.

This is an out and back route. Although the finish is an extra 5km (3 miles) from the start. As such you may elect to turn around sooner. There are 4 Checkpoints although you pass through the same ones on the way back! This race is especially challenging as you pass you car with 3 miles to go. Will you be tempted to quit early?

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  • Did the event in 2018

    A well organised race and a great trail route. I had done previous runs along the route to recce it in advance and I was glad I had. It is marked out with yellows ribbons, and so you would probably be fine doing it without a recce, but because it is off road it made it much easier being relatively confident of the route. The marshals were all very supportive and there was plenty of snacks and drinks at the stations. Will be doing more Punk Panther races in the future :-)
  • Did the event in 2018

    My first race with Punk Panther - who organise trail ultra marathon - and it was awesome.Pre race I felt a bit out of my depth. I’ve not run 60k before nor done a trail Ultra marathon - but a few road marathons.Car parking organised a short walk from registration. Registration was quick and simple as was the kit check. A decent briefing and we set off on time.Before long the route was in the countryside and beautiful scenery. There were plenty of hills to negotiate which made it a decent challenge (for me).There were 8 checkpoints on the route. I took plenty of nutrition but didn’t really need it. I’ll know for next time. The checkpoints were well stocked and the marshalls couldn’t have been more helpful. They were all amazing, helping refill water and do anything to help runners.Cant say enough about the stunning route - just beautiful. Experience it for yourself.Although I didn’t know anyone racing, I was soon part of a small group, chatting and helping each other - wonderful to have support and company around the route - much more fun.At the end there was a great medal, super Tshirt and more food, drinks, cakes etc Again more than enough. Brilliant.Mill be back for sure. Wonderful value for money. I really hope people get involved - very much worth looking up and signing up to other races.
£35 - £40
A Bridge Too Far Ultra
JUN28
Mizuno Endure24 – Leeds

The multi award winning Endure24 is a unique event in the running calendar, it mixes serious ultra-running with a 24 hour team relay race. Virtually anyone of any ability can take part and enjoy a challenging but rewarding weekend of running. Our five mile woodland trail routes are incredibly scenic and end with a loop around the race village where the awesome support from 8000 runners and spectators never stops.

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Mizuno Endure24 – Leeds

Bramham Park, Bramham Ln, Wetherby LS23 6ND, UKView event
11 reviews
About the event
From the organiser

The multi award winning Endure24 is a unique event in the running calendar, it mixes serious ultra-running with a 24 hour team relay race. Virtually anyone of any ability can take part and enjoy a challenging but rewarding weekend of running. Our five mile woodland trail routes are incredibly scenic and end with a loop around the race village where the awesome support from 8000 runners and spectators never stops.

Reviews
  • Did the event in 2018

    Love, love, LOVE this race. It is an epic weekend of running with friends and I cannot recommend it enough.
    The course is undulating with changing terrain. While you can run it in road shoes, I do feel that trial/hybrid shoes would be better.
    I loved the availability of 24 hour food/drink.
    The marshall support was brilliant, especially in the wee hours of the morning. The course is stunning and i cant wait to run it again in 2019!
  • Did the event in 2018

    Second 24 hr race as a solo. I'm not one of the hardcore runners that stayed out all night, but still covered 88km, and thoroughly enjoyed all but the stomach troubles on the Sunday morning.
  • Did the event in 2018

    Second 24 hour race. I was never planning to be out all night, and completed 88km really enjoyed the beauty of the event.
£121 - £309.62
Mizuno Endure24 – Leeds
JUN2
Race for Life 5K & 10K - Leeds

This race is suitable for all abilities. This is thousands of women uniting with one purpose. Walk, jog or run. Raise valuable funds for research.

The course starts and finishes in front of Temle Newsam house. It is a beautiful one lap course snaking its way around the estate. It is a mix of tarmac pathways, gravel trails and some sections of cut grass to run on. There are 1-2 hills but nothing too arduous, all runnable for a first time 5k

There are plenty of areas at the start and finish in front of the house and on the course from which to spectate, these will be obvious to find on event day.

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Race for Life 5K & 10K - Leeds

Club House, Temple Newsam Rd, Leeds LS15 0LN, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

This race is suitable for all abilities. This is thousands of women uniting with one purpose. Walk, jog or run. Raise valuable funds for research.

The course starts and finishes in front of Temle Newsam house. It is a beautiful one lap course snaking its way around the estate. It is a mix of tarmac pathways, gravel trails and some sections of cut grass to run on. There are 1-2 hills but nothing too arduous, all runnable for a first time 5k

There are plenty of areas at the start and finish in front of the house and on the course from which to spectate, these will be obvious to find on event day.

£10 - £14.99
Race for Life 5K & 10K - Leeds
MAY26
Melmerby [Ripon] 10k Road Race

For over 30 years runners have taken part in the Melmerby 10K many achieving a Personal Best or Season Best time. Starting in the village of Melmerby the undulating route takes you through the quite and scenic rural surrounding of the picturesque villages finishing back in Melmerby. A fast course it may be but it has been enjoyed over the years by runners of all abilities This course is for everyone you will not be disappointed. We pride ourselves in giving you a friendly welcome and our marshals and villagers will give you friendly encouragement along the rout

1 reviews
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Melmerby [Ripon] 10k Road Race

Village Hall, Melmerby, Ripon HG4 5HG, UKView event
1 review
About the event
From the organiser

For over 30 years runners have taken part in the Melmerby 10K many achieving a Personal Best or Season Best time. Starting in the village of Melmerby the undulating route takes you through the quite and scenic rural surrounding of the picturesque villages finishing back in Melmerby. A fast course it may be but it has been enjoyed over the years by runners of all abilities This course is for everyone you will not be disappointed. We pride ourselves in giving you a friendly welcome and our marshals and villagers will give you friendly encouragement along the rout

Reviews
  • Did the event in 2018

    First time I’ve taken part in this race.It was really hot morning, it’s certainly not a flat route, there were a few hills/ steep inclines in places, along the country roads.The Marshall’s did a great job, and their support was brilliant along the route, along with the local residents.The only downside for this race, is it could do to start earlier than 11.30am.I would recommend this race, and will be back next year as I did enjoy running along the country roads.
£4 - £17
Melmerby [Ripon] 10k Road Race
MAY15
Askern 10K

Askern 10km is the third Wednesday evening in May. A recognised fast course, on fairly rural roads. Established for over 30 years.

1 reviews
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Askern 10K

1 Manor Way, Askern, Doncaster DN6 0AJ, UKView event
1 review
About the event
From the organiser

Askern 10km is the third Wednesday evening in May. A recognised fast course, on fairly rural roads. Established for over 30 years.

Reviews
  • Did the event in 2017

    I finally got chance to enter the Askern 10k, only to find out that it was to be the last time the race is ran, due to (I believe) houses being built on or around the route! Booooo!The race itself took place on a very rainy Wednesday night. Registration was quick and painless, with my number being picked up within a couple of minutes.  Registration took place in the local miners welfare club, so there was a nice big room available with toilets and plenty of space to hang around to see if the rain stopped.I didn't hear a race briefing, but I'm sure one took place! The start was uneventful and easy, and off we went.The route was flat for the first 3 miles, which aided the super quick runners who were out of sight almost immediately.  The route took us around local villages, and there were plenty of marshalls around stopping cars and keeping an eye on the runners. There was a water station at the 5k mark which, although it was raining, was very welcome on a muggy night! The next mile took in a steady, cheeky uphill which brought some of the runners back together as we all plodded up it.  This was followed by a long period of fast, downhill running before the course flattened out for the last mile. A t-shirt and a cup of squash were waiting for the runners at the end, and at this point the rain had finally stopped!A great race with definite PB potential - I finally broke my 10k PB at this race so I'll remember it forever.  It would be a shame if we lost this local race forever, hopefully someone will pick it back up in the future with an alternative route / headquarters.
£11.50 - £13.50
Askern 10K
JUN9
Riverbank Challenge

Established in 1985 the Riverbank Challenge is a favorite on many peoples calendar. It is a very unique traditional race, with friendly marshals.

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Riverbank Challenge

Station Cottage, 2008 Carr Ln, Goole DN14 6LZ, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

Established in 1985 the Riverbank Challenge is a favorite on many peoples calendar. It is a very unique traditional race, with friendly marshals.

£3 - £14
Riverbank Challenge
MAY12
Driffield Triathlon

A pool based Sprint Distance Triathlon, ideally suited to the Novice competitor or the more experienced triathlete.

The extremely friendly atmosphere that goes with this event always attracts a large number of first time triathletes. Suitable for all levels and abilities. Ages Youth to 70+.

Also included is the Driffield Junior Triathlon. A completely safe and self contained course with lots of opportunities to view the junior triathletes taking part.

2 reviews
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Driffield Triathlon

Driffield YO25, UKView event
2 reviews
About the event
From the organiser

A pool based Sprint Distance Triathlon, ideally suited to the Novice competitor or the more experienced triathlete.

The extremely friendly atmosphere that goes with this event always attracts a large number of first time triathletes. Suitable for all levels and abilities. Ages Youth to 70+.

Also included is the Driffield Junior Triathlon. A completely safe and self contained course with lots of opportunities to view the junior triathletes taking part.

Reviews
  • Did the event in 2017

    This is an excellent, well run race. The organisation was brilliant as were all Marshals, pool time keepers & helpers.Really enjoyed it & even got a PB which always helps.See you next year
  • Did the event in 2016

    Having done Driffield Triathlon for a few years now it's time to rate it! It's well organised and the freebird team are easy to deal with and very helpful! The course is a nice loop into rural East Yorkshire for the bike and a 3 lap run route with lots of support on each lap. The swim start is also impeccably organised in waves with clear instructions, which cannot be said for a lot of pool based triathlons!I keep returning to do this event and will keep on returning!
£26 - £78
Driffield Triathlon
JUN9
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AJ Bell World Triathlon Leeds

The AJ Bell World Triathlon Leeds returns to the city, representing the pinnacle of triathlon competition in the UK and providing more than 5,000 recreational triathletes with the unique opportunity to compete on much of the same course as the worlds best.

The AJ Bell World Triathlon Leeds will be organised exclusively by British Triathlon in partnership with Leeds City Council, UK Sport and the ITU. The same experienced team who worked on the event previously will be back with plenty of credentials including Accenture British Triathlon Mixed Relay Cup, Tri Liverpool and the ITU World Triathlon Series event in Hyde Park, three events well known for their event experience.

49 reviews
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AJ Bell World Triathlon Leeds

Princes Ave, Leeds LS8 2EP, UKView event
49 reviews
About the event
From the organiser

The AJ Bell World Triathlon Leeds returns to the city, representing the pinnacle of triathlon competition in the UK and providing more than 5,000 recreational triathletes with the unique opportunity to compete on much of the same course as the worlds best.

The AJ Bell World Triathlon Leeds will be organised exclusively by British Triathlon in partnership with Leeds City Council, UK Sport and the ITU. The same experienced team who worked on the event previously will be back with plenty of credentials including Accenture British Triathlon Mixed Relay Cup, Tri Liverpool and the ITU World Triathlon Series event in Hyde Park, three events well known for their event experience.

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  • Did the event in 2018

    I've been lucky enough to take part in this event for 3 years running. 1st year 2016 was one of my first sprint triathlons and then i did the standard tri. Someone at my cycling club once said "if you're paying the money you may as well get your monies worth and do a longer distance!" Its about 95 quid to enter.2016 wasn't great from a logistics POV however, the last 2 years have been brilliant as they changed the route and made it one transition zone (previously been 2 transition zones). It helps that we live over the road from the lake (so it'd be rude not to be part of the event really).  The junior events takes place on the Saturday morning which are hugely inspiring to watch and then you can register from approx 2pm in Roundhay Park. Oakwood and Roundhay have loads of cafe's and nice pubs and the park itself is lovely to wander round with 2 lakes, a Manor House, lakeside cafe and playground for the kids.The event:The familiarisation swim is worthwhile doing which takes place in the afternoon of Saturday. You need to register first so that you have your wrist band as proof of entry and leave a bag, clothes etc in a secure (ish) by the lake.  You can set up in the transition zone up until approx 7pm on Saturday once you've registered but can revisit the transition zone in the morning to leave anything else, drop stuff off etc. Its busy first thing in the morning and limited toilets so make sure you give yourself enough time before you need to get to swim start.  The event itself starts early approx 7am and has a great buzz about it. You line up in 20 mins before your swim start time wearing your coloured swim caps and have a briefing. The swim is a lovely course and then a 400metre run up to transition. 200m run from transition to bike mount line and you start on a hill (so get your gears in a low gear to start ;) closed roads make it easy to overtake people on bike. 2 laps of course for standard distance. Back into transition and run takes you up a hill out of the park (which is tough on wobbly legs). First 1.5 miles up hill or slight incline but then down hill into the city. Great support when you are in the city centre and a few loops round with water stations if required.  Buses back up to roundhay park are easy to find and free for participants with a small charge for spectators.Fully recommend this event and if you don't want to go back into the city to watch the professionals in the afternoon, then staying in roundhay park and watching the pros do the swim and the rest of the event on the big screens is a great alternative.One for bucket list ;)
  • Did the event in 2018

    Roundhay Park is a great venue for the start and transitions for this event, great surroundings and a nice lake for the swim.The ride is not too challenging, but lacks a bit in scenery with it being in the city... Although that probably becomes irrelevant when you're concentrating on getting a PB! Is does also make for lots of spectators on the route and a good vibe.Similarly the run goes through one of the less salubrious parts of the city but it is fast, and once out of the park is mostly a good downhill.Finishing in the city centre is a buzz... two laps with massive crowds is guaranteed to get you moving!Lacking in events for spectators at Roundhay though, and getting from any vantage point to the finish is a nightmare.
  • Did the event in 2018

    I did this event in 2018 as it was meant to be my "A-Race" of the season in a big, well supported major event, however injury meant that wouldnt be the case, however i was overall fairly impressed by this event!I had previously read reviews about this event and had reservations over previous poor organisation in years gone by, but this has clearly been rectified as the whole event weekend was superbly organised - well sign posted car parking at roundhay park (which is free and plentiful) well organised registration, bike transition area, and the event village was vibrant with atmosphere. Shuttle buses on race day where very fruqent and made it easy to get to and from roundhay to the city centre for both me and my wife, faultless and very professional from the organisers there.The race - Swim - like others, i was unimpressed with the decision to reduce the swim to 750m due to fog, come on.....the visability wasnt that bad! A mistake by the race directors in mine and many others opinion. Anyhow, the swims where placed into waves depending on age groups so mass starts. Water quality was good. I did the swim in 16:01 which im happy with as im a rubbish swimmer.Transition from Swim to Bike is very long, approx 400m slightly uphill too, but it is fully carpeted. My bigger grip is transition to the bike start line - you have to run with you bike to the far corner of the large transition area, come back on yourself and run for what seems a lifetime, uphill too, before you can start your bike ride. This is my biggest criticism of the route, if like me you arent a Brownlee esk or an AG'er and your running along in your cycle shoes, it has calf strain written all over it!Bike - after you finally get out of your bike, you start with a deceptively little harsh climb out of roundhay! Its 2 laps of a closed road course. I liked this route, there are some super fast straight downhill sections with power bends, but you have to return back up the same sections, however for me this route finely hits the right mix of fast and challenging sections to get a good time. It has about 50ft of climb per mile so it is hitting the undulating category. I was happy with my performance, going around at 19.2mph average pace.However when you return back to roundhay park, you are faced again with a ridicolous distance to run from dismount line to transition.The Run - unfortunately for me, a calf issue i had been nursing flared up immediately upon running up a steep hill immediately out of transition - sadly i think this was aided and abetted by the long transition runs in cycling shoes.Anyhow i knew a fast run for me was gone so i just wanted to enjoy the run now, you start off going through some nice quiet housing areas, but there are a few rolling hills before going downhill towards the city centre. Disappointingly, there was no local support before you hit the centre, and a lack of water and feed stations IMO too. When you hit leeds centre, be prepared.....it aint bloody flat!!! And in my case this caused me to essentially limp up these hills due to the calf strain.Fairly reasonable crowds in the centre considering it was early doors, you do a couple of loops around the centre before coming into the finishing area, hitting the blue carpet and grandstand finish! I finished the run at 7:38 minute per mile pace, which i was happy with given the calf issue. Afterwards you recieved a nice medal and finishers t-shirt.Overall, i enjoyed this event, and i will return in 2019 hopefully fully fit
£25 - £104
AJ Bell World Triathlon Leeds
MAY4
Up The Odda 10K / 5K Duo and 1 or 2 mile for Kids

A scenic and challenging 2 lap route, on farm tracks, across fields and through woodland, including two brutal climbs 'Up the Odda'. Enter individually to complete the 2 lap 10k route - or enter the 'Duo' as a relay team (of 2) completing 1 lap each. The Up the Odda Duo is a challenge for a running pair, each taking on one 5k lap of the same scenic and challenging route. Please note- finishers times will be given as a combined time of both runners.

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Up The Odda 10K / 5K Duo and 1 or 2 mile for Kids

Main St, Leeds LS20 8NX, UKView event
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From the organiser

A scenic and challenging 2 lap route, on farm tracks, across fields and through woodland, including two brutal climbs 'Up the Odda'. Enter individually to complete the 2 lap 10k route - or enter the 'Duo' as a relay team (of 2) completing 1 lap each. The Up the Odda Duo is a challenge for a running pair, each taking on one 5k lap of the same scenic and challenging route. Please note- finishers times will be given as a combined time of both runners.

£6.30 - £14.50
Up The Odda 10K / 5K Duo and 1 or 2 mile for Kids
MAY19
Fountains 10k

The Fountains 10K is a great event for runners of all abilities with a mixed terrain route starting from the village of Grantley, near Ripon, North Yorkshire. It's an undulating route that takes in quiet country roads, off-road trails and scenic moorland within Nidderdale. Please note that part of the course may be waterlogged! Despite that we would expect all runners to finish within 90 minutes.

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Fountains 10k

Unnamed Road, Ripon HG4 3PJ, UKView event
1 review
About the event
From the organiser

The Fountains 10K is a great event for runners of all abilities with a mixed terrain route starting from the village of Grantley, near Ripon, North Yorkshire. It's an undulating route that takes in quiet country roads, off-road trails and scenic moorland within Nidderdale. Please note that part of the course may be waterlogged! Despite that we would expect all runners to finish within 90 minutes.

Reviews
  • Did the event in 2018

    First time 10k Fountains run for me. Parking near the village was easy, well directed and free. Short walk to the village hall to collect the number and timing chip. Small queues for the toilets available in the hall and the school next door. Food and drinks available for spectators along with music at the finish. Comprehensive instructions at the start of the race followed at brass band intro. First half of the run was off road and enjoyable mostly steady uphill, the puddle was doable although I heard in past years had been the size of a lake and knee deep. Marshall’s were enthusiastic and encouraging. After the marsh land the second half was flat road and a chance to make up some time before the well manned water station. The hill of pain was just before the small final lap round the field at the school and again was again doable and a short one. The finish was well organised and welcoming. Great food content in the goodie bag, not sure about the truckers cap its quite unwearable and medal was only a token one, but bag for life ok and the scenery and organisation was brill, for me a good run that I would consider doing next year.
£5 - £17
Fountains 10k
JUN2
LBT Junior Duathlon

A great event for first-timers and serious competitors alike with the bike on the purpose built tarmac circuit and the run on the adjacent grass field. The LBT Duathlon will again be held at the home of triathlon; The Brownlee Centre. Your entry fee will include chip timing & prizes for the podium in each AG and goodies for all.To have your result included in the Yorkshire Series or to be considered for the Yorkshire IRC Squad, you must have BTF/Home Nations Annual Membership and use your membership number when entering this race.

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LBT Junior Duathlon

The Brownlee Centre, Bodington Way, Leeds LS16 8NA, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

A great event for first-timers and serious competitors alike with the bike on the purpose built tarmac circuit and the run on the adjacent grass field. The LBT Duathlon will again be held at the home of triathlon; The Brownlee Centre. Your entry fee will include chip timing & prizes for the podium in each AG and goodies for all.To have your result included in the Yorkshire Series or to be considered for the Yorkshire IRC Squad, you must have BTF/Home Nations Annual Membership and use your membership number when entering this race.

£16 - £17
LBT Junior Duathlon
SEP8
Heart of York Bike Ride

Cycle from the city of York, through the scenic moors and countryside of North Yorkshire. Choose your challenge from 26 and 41-mile routes and join the fight for every heartbeat. Both routes start from the historic city of York and take in some of North Yorkshire's breathtaking countryside.

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Heart of York Bike Ride

75 Haxby Rd, York YO32 4AB, UKView event
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From the organiser

Cycle from the city of York, through the scenic moors and countryside of North Yorkshire. Choose your challenge from 26 and 41-mile routes and join the fight for every heartbeat. Both routes start from the historic city of York and take in some of North Yorkshire's breathtaking countryside.

£15 - £60
Heart of York Bike Ride
MAY12
Pittaway Beverley 10k road race and B&A Scaffolding family fun run

The race starts outside the spectacular twin-towered Beverley Minster, regarded as among one of the finest gothic churches of cathedral size in Europe. It then passes through the medieval North Bar and across the glorious common land on the edge of the town, known as Beverley Westwood, towards the village of Walkington. Runners then return to

Beverleys Market Place and the impressive finish through the towns market square and pedestrianized shopping zone.

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Pittaway Beverley 10k road race and B&A Scaffolding family fun run

Beverley Leisure Centre, Flemingate, Beverley HU17 0LT, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

The race starts outside the spectacular twin-towered Beverley Minster, regarded as among one of the finest gothic churches of cathedral size in Europe. It then passes through the medieval North Bar and across the glorious common land on the edge of the town, known as Beverley Westwood, towards the village of Walkington. Runners then return to

Beverleys Market Place and the impressive finish through the towns market square and pedestrianized shopping zone.

£4 - £18
Pittaway Beverley 10k road race and B&A Scaffolding family fun run
MAY12
Hardmoors Wainstones Marathon

All Hardmoors 26.2 series races will be taped and signed to help with navigation but in some situations signage and tape can go missing on the day of the event (whether it be accidental or deliberate) So competitors will be provided with a downloadable race route description and downloadable maps of the course which are to be used if tape and signs are not apparent. It is the competitors responsibility to navigate themselves throughout the course.

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Hardmoors Wainstones Marathon

Unnamed Road, Middlesbrough TS9, UKView event
1 review
About the event
From the organiser

All Hardmoors 26.2 series races will be taped and signed to help with navigation but in some situations signage and tape can go missing on the day of the event (whether it be accidental or deliberate) So competitors will be provided with a downloadable race route description and downloadable maps of the course which are to be used if tape and signs are not apparent. It is the competitors responsibility to navigate themselves throughout the course.

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  • Did the event in 2016

    I have done Hardmoors marathons before, but not this particular one. The race started in the village of Chop Gate. This particular route was hilly but that gave stunning views. The organisers marked the course with ribbon, yellow ans red. but route descriptions and maps needed to be carried, though I never needed mine, fortunately the weather was lovely so I didnt need the waterproof jacket, hat and gloves off the compulsary kit list. I did however need the litre of fluids that we were advised to take. The actual marathon length was 27.11 as all HM events are longer than stated, more miles for your money.Tough as it was I loved it and thouroughly reccommend it .
£22 - £40
Hardmoors Wainstones Marathon
JUL20
Castle Howard Triathlon

The rapturous reception afforded to previous Castle Howard Triathlons subsequently led to the expansion of a 2-day weekend extravaganza.

In its 10th year, the Castle Howard Triathlon will be the 4th weekend event of the 2019 Castle Tri Series and will once again feature the obligatory picture postcard backdrop and a course with something for every level of triathlete. The 13,000 acre grounds of Castle Howard form arguably the most physically demanding triathlon course of the Castle Tri Series.

Race entrants will start the race by swimming through Castle Howards Great Lake before transitioning into the technical bike route through the glorious rural idyll of Yorkshire and the Howardian Hills. The spectacular run leg passes through the undulating countryside of the estate before a sprint finish tops everything off in style right in front of the main doors of the house. Theres never been a better time to visit Gods Own County and Castle Howard.

The construction of Castle Howard took more than 100 years before being finally completed in the 18th Century, and spanned the lifetime of three earls and numerous architects, although Sir John Vanbrugh is credited with the original design. The Great Lake is the setting for the swim section of the triathlon.

Set in the Howardian Hills, the bike legs initially take in the 18th Century Avenue, a main road that runs in a straight line from south to north for five miles. The run will pass The Temple of the Four Winds and one of the finest, free-standing mausoleums in Europe. A hop over New River Bridge, a circumnavigation of South Lake and the Atlas Fountain will take racers to the finishing straight in front of Castle Howard itself.

Castle Howard has been a regular backdrop for films and television, with both ITVs lauded Brideshead Revisited in the early 1980s and the acclaimed 2008 feature film production shot on location here, hence the name of our adult races.

NB All timings are approximate.

250 reviews
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Castle Howard Triathlon

Visitor Centre, Castle Howard, York YO60 7DA, UKView event
250 reviews
About the event
From the organiser

The rapturous reception afforded to previous Castle Howard Triathlons subsequently led to the expansion of a 2-day weekend extravaganza.

In its 10th year, the Castle Howard Triathlon will be the 4th weekend event of the 2019 Castle Tri Series and will once again feature the obligatory picture postcard backdrop and a course with something for every level of triathlete. The 13,000 acre grounds of Castle Howard form arguably the most physically demanding triathlon course of the Castle Tri Series.

Race entrants will start the race by swimming through Castle Howards Great Lake before transitioning into the technical bike route through the glorious rural idyll of Yorkshire and the Howardian Hills. The spectacular run leg passes through the undulating countryside of the estate before a sprint finish tops everything off in style right in front of the main doors of the house. Theres never been a better time to visit Gods Own County and Castle Howard.

The construction of Castle Howard took more than 100 years before being finally completed in the 18th Century, and spanned the lifetime of three earls and numerous architects, although Sir John Vanbrugh is credited with the original design. The Great Lake is the setting for the swim section of the triathlon.

Set in the Howardian Hills, the bike legs initially take in the 18th Century Avenue, a main road that runs in a straight line from south to north for five miles. The run will pass The Temple of the Four Winds and one of the finest, free-standing mausoleums in Europe. A hop over New River Bridge, a circumnavigation of South Lake and the Atlas Fountain will take racers to the finishing straight in front of Castle Howard itself.

Castle Howard has been a regular backdrop for films and television, with both ITVs lauded Brideshead Revisited in the early 1980s and the acclaimed 2008 feature film production shot on location here, hence the name of our adult races.

NB All timings are approximate.

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  • Did the event in 2018

    Organisation is very good. Triathlon is very expensive. No freebies this year, no energy drink or gel at the feed stations as described in the race briefing. Medal cheaper than last year too. It seems the value is getting worse. I would not pay full price. However, it is an enjoyable event with nice atmosphere and good organisation.
  • Did the event in 2018

    This was my first triathlon and nothing could have prepared me for transition1. Coming out the water there was a bare foot run up a very steep hill for about 0.5km. This took its roll.Bike leg was good, but roads were not closed off. Marshalls did a great job of securing rights of way and safety was good. There was a Rock Choir half way round giving lots of support. Very good markers throughout and a beautiful ride through glorious scenery. Heavy on the hills - not for the faint heartedT2 much better and well signposted for the run. Beautiful run, not sure if I appreciated it as very tired. Medal for completing, but disappointed with no t-shirt especially as my first race.Great support, well organised but a little expensive compared to other options
  • Did the event in 2018

    Great venue and organisation. My car was parked a long long way from registration which meant several long walks as I was alone. Swim was very weedy & black but couldn't be helped this summer. Bike was really hilly but pretty and light traffic except getting through arch ways which was a bit of a juggle. Run was also hilly but very pretty route! Great to have so much refreshing fruit at the finish. Nice atmosphere on the day. It is much more expensive than my local triathlons but you're paying for the location and atmosphere on the day. Medal was a bit flimsy compared to some events but nice design.
£35 - £220
Castle Howard Triathlon
JUL21
Castle Howard 10k & Half Marathon

The Castle Howard event in July promises to be a memorable run on the southern border of the North York Moors. The rapturous reception afforded to previous Castle Howard Triathlons has led to this weekend event to be known as the sporting event of the North! The spectacular run course takes runners through the undulating Howardian Hills and boasts a finish that tops everything off in style right in front of the main doors of the house.

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Castle Howard 10k & Half Marathon

The Grounds, York YO60 7DA, UKView event
15 reviews
About the event
From the organiser

The Castle Howard event in July promises to be a memorable run on the southern border of the North York Moors. The rapturous reception afforded to previous Castle Howard Triathlons has led to this weekend event to be known as the sporting event of the North! The spectacular run course takes runners through the undulating Howardian Hills and boasts a finish that tops everything off in style right in front of the main doors of the house.

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  • Did the event in 2018

  • Did the event in 2018

  • Did the event in 2018

    over priced cups of water no tshirt or goody bagbanquet!! Bits of banana, malt loaf, jelly babies, broken biscuits!and wrong timing 12.45 on our watches not a half marathon
£26 - £34
Castle Howard 10k & Half Marathon
AUG18
Escrick 10k

A very popular flat multi-terrain course on private roads, paths and bridleways within Escrick Park Estate, The Start and Finish are next to Escrick Village Green, where there is a BBQ and refreshments which are available to purchase throughout the event.

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Escrick 10k

St Helen's Church, Escrick, York YO19 6LE, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

A very popular flat multi-terrain course on private roads, paths and bridleways within Escrick Park Estate, The Start and Finish are next to Escrick Village Green, where there is a BBQ and refreshments which are available to purchase throughout the event.

£16.50 - £18.50
Escrick 10k
JUN16
Darrington 5 Mile Run

This undulating 5 mile run forms part of the annual Darrington Feast and Fayre. The route starts in Darrington before heading towards Carleton, through Wentbridge and back to Darrington.

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Darrington 5 Mile Run

12A Wentworth Park Rise, Darrington, Pontefract WF8 3AU, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

This undulating 5 mile run forms part of the annual Darrington Feast and Fayre. The route starts in Darrington before heading towards Carleton, through Wentbridge and back to Darrington.

£6.30 - £11.50
Darrington 5 Mile Run
JUN1
Registration Perks
The Flat 100

One of the biggest Sportive's in the region and always a sell out so don't leave it too long in booking the classic event. Formerly called Flat n Fast 100, now the Flat 100 is just that a flat 100 mile course (with options for 65 and 25 mile still flat)

Join over the 1000 riders in nine if the most popular rides in the UK!

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The Flat 100

Trinity Academy Bus Park, Thorne, Doncaster DN8 5BU, UKView event
About the event
From the organiser

One of the biggest Sportive's in the region and always a sell out so don't leave it too long in booking the classic event. Formerly called Flat n Fast 100, now the Flat 100 is just that a flat 100 mile course (with options for 65 and 25 mile still flat)

Join over the 1000 riders in nine if the most popular rides in the UK!

£17.50 - £30
The Flat 100
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