Cycle the Wirral Bikeathon for Bloodwise and help beat blood cancer
The Wirral Bikeathon is a 14 or 28 mile ride up and down the beautiful Wirral Peninsula taking place on Sunday 16 June 2019.
This is our 21st event and to date we have raised a total of £970,000 towards vital research and support for those affected by blood cancer. This year we're hoping to make the million pound breakthrough. We'd love it if you could help us reach this milestone!
About the event
The Mayor of Wirral will be starting this year's event, which kicks off from Arrowe Country Park, which also serves as the midpoint and finish. We're delighted that Olympic Gold medallist Chris Boardman will be taking part in this year's ride.
The terrain on the ride is on and off road following well designated roads and country paths. The event is suitable for all ages and abilities, including cyclists with disabilities.
We will also be providing entertainment on the day with a fairground organ and jazz band.
Get a place
Online registration is now closed but cyclists can sign up on the day at Arrowe Park. The entry fees is £25 for adults and £5 for children under 16.