The Worlds Classic is your opportunity to cycle the road race stage of the championships from 6-8 September 2019.
Taking place in Yorkshire, this three day event (one day riding) is your opportunity to cycle the same roads ahead of the pros. Get on your bike and on the fundraising leader board and make a real difference to the lives of men with prostate cancer.
Sign up now to secure your place, or if you need more information register your interest and we'll be in touch. Sign up before 22 April and use the code EARLYBIRD25 at the checkout for £25 off the registration fee!
The route will largely follow the journey of the World Championships. Starting and finishing in Harrogate, you can choose from the Classic or Ultra routes for the ride to suit you. Both routes take in the stunning scenery of the Yorkshire Dales. The Classic will be a challenging but manageable 150km including one of the climbs made famous by the 2014 Tour de France Grand Depart, Cray. Check out the planned route on Strava.
Or take on the Ultra, 200km and the testing but rewarding climbs of Cray, Buttertubs and Grinton Moor. You can see the route on Strava.
Register your interest today to help us stop prostate cancer being a killer.
You can sign up now on Active and join this special one off peleton.
There are two options when it comes to taking part.
Option 1: Minimum sponsorship
Option 2: Self-funder
Fundraising can seem quite daunting but we’ll be there to help you smash your target with tips, fundraising advice, resources and materials, plus the earlier you sign up the easier it is to exceed your sponsorship goal.
We'll look after you and your bike throughout the event, from the moment you arrive on Friday afternoon, to the moment you say farewell on the Sunday morning. The support we provide includes:
This ride is designed to be a challenge, but achievable with the right training. We’ll provide you with training guides, put you in touch with cycling experts and link you up with fellow riders in your area. Check out our training hub for the plans to get you started.