Since January 2017
Together we have travelled 14254.55 miles & Volunteered 53 times
April 6th 2019
Taking an anti-clockwise loop from Allendale town, the route covers 25 miles (40 km) taking in Hard Rigg, Black Hill…
April 14th 2019
The Cyclesense Tadcaster Sportive will be running again for the 4th time on the 14th of April 2019. One of…
April 27th 2019
We will be running and supporting at the VLM. Jane & Andy will be on the left side of Narrow…
April 28th 2019
Choose 5k, 10k, half marathon, full marathon or 60k Ultra set in private areas of Sherwood Forest & the beautiful…
May 26th 2019
Struggle Dales is the hardest sportive in Yorkshire, UK. This tough Yorkshire sportive starts in Harrogate and cyclist ride into…
May 30th 2019
The Apperley Bridge Canter (more colloquially known as the ‘ABC’) is a challenging race of approximately 10km, largely off-road along…
June 4th 2019
Join us to run 5K wherever you are on the planet at whatever time on the 4th June to celebrate…
June 8th 2019
The annual Swaledale Marathon passes through some of Swaledale’s finest scenery. The 23 mile course is a fell run /…
June 15th 2019
Taking place in June each year, the Alwinton Challenge is another key fundraising event for the team. Based in and…
June 23rd 2019
The White Rose Classic is the premier Yorkshire Dales sportive for road cyclists. Enjoy an epic adventure with support from…
July 7th 2019
The event begins in the stunning setting of Ampleforth Abbey, North Yorkshire and takes riders over 180km of challenging terrain…
August 3rd 2019
Prudential RideLondon: the world’s greatest festival of cycling A true legacy of the 2012 Games Developed by the Mayor of…
August 17th 2019
An 82 mile Ultramarathon to celebrate 50 years of the Dales Way. To be completed in 36 hours.
Parkrun is a weekly event open to everyone for free, this can be done at any pace and many people walk parkrun. So, there are no excuses not to take part in 12in12 as this is the most accessible timed weekly event set over a 5k course.
Follow the link and click on events, then search your region for your closest event or an event further afield to become a parkrun tourist. Register online and print out your barcode – don’t forget to take the barcode with you to parkrun – at the finish line you will be given a finishers token. (DO NOT TAKE THESE HOME, HAND THEM IN) this will be scanned, then your barcode to give you your position and time at the event. Once you register you can also add yourself to the 12in12 community on parkrun in the section that says running clubs on your profile, we can then keep up to date with everyone and see their progress. Visit parkrun.
Lots of the running magazines list events too and if you want advice or help go to the Facebook page and ask a question.