Welcome to the crossing 24th – 26th July 2020
3 days, 2 coasts, 1 hell of an adventure

 

Get ready to tackle 200 gnarly miles over 3 days as you take on the fully waymarked tracks that span through the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales and the North Yorkshire Moors. Sample some of the UK’s finest mountain biking as you ride through jaw-dropping scenery.

So well organised, the Marshals were great and the pit stops were well stocked. Loved it!

Great event. Brilliant so brutal but so good. Probably best out there.

Thank you Rat Race and to all involved with putting on this amazing event.
It was my first time doing this event and personally I thought it was worth every penny! Amazing venue, very well organised and left me with an experience I will never forget!

A few years from now when I’m all old and I reminisce about my life adventures… this will be up there.

To find out more about helping to raise funds for our official charity partner, visit our Ride For Charity page here.

Event entry does not include camping. Click here to see our accommodation options.

WHAT’S AT THE EVENT

EVENT INGREDIENTS

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THEN CHECK OUT THESE OTHER EVENTS…

 

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Coast to Coast 14th Sept

Run, ride and kayak across the Scottish Highlands in either our two or ONE day challenge.
Find out more here

thewall_mob

The Wall 15th June

Take on the UK’s most iconic ultra and complete 69 stunning miles through historic Hadrian’s Wall country.
Find out more here

Man Vs Mountain 7th September

You’ll face the weather, natural gradients, and the mental challenge of running 20 miles over a mountain.
Find out more here