This year’s Wirral Bikeathon will take place on Sunday, 11 June 2017.
It will be the 19th Wirral Bikeathon and to date the event has raised £880,000 for Bloodwise. The Wirral & Merseryside Branch would love to reach the £1 million mark by their 20th event in 2018! So please come along and take part with your friends and family on 11th June!
The Wirral Bikeathon is a 14 or 28 mile ride around the Wirral and Arrowe Country Park, which is the start, mid-point and finish area. The terrain is on and off road following well designated roads and country paths. The event is suitable for all ages and disabilities using suitable equipment. All children must be accompanied and those under 8 are not allowed to ride independently - suitable tag-a-longs, child seats or trailers must be used. All riders are encouraged to wear helmets.
Refreshments are available in the start area, Red Room Cafe provides hot food and riders and their families can enjoy live music which is provided by the Fairground organ, Peninsula Jazzmen and the Ukulele band.
The Mayor of Wirral will start the event and Chris Boardman, Olympic Gold Medallist will take part! So what are you waiting for - Sign Up Today!
Entering the Event
Entry for this event is now closed. You can enter on the day by coming to the 'Enter-on-the-Day' tent in the Start Area in Arrowe Country Park between 9.30am and 11.30am. The On-the-day entry fees are £25 per adult and £5 for a child 15 years and under.
Read the official FAQ
All photos used on this event page were taken by Carl Walker.
Click here to see more photos of the 2016 Bikeathon. The selfie station was a great success in 2016. Many people had their photos taken with Chris Boardman! To see the photos on Twitter click here and see #wirralbikeathon.
Read more about how the Wirral Bikeathon began and the story behind it here.