BIKE BATH - Sunday 26th June - celebrating our 10th anniversary

Bike Bath is supported by Bath Recreation Limited - an iconic day of cycling 

In 2022, we are celebrating our 10th year in style.  Join us for a fun day on the bike exploring the beautiful and varied countryside of Somerset and the Cotswolds alongside friends, family and cyclists of all abilities. Whether you're new to cycling or an experienced cyclist we can guarantee a sense of achievement as you cross the finish line. 

As an entrant to Bike Bath, you benefit from:

  • Fully waymarked routes with a back up route map and GPS files
  • Feed stations on the long and medium routes
  • On-course first aid and mechanical support
  • A medal at the finish line

Supported by Bath Recreation Limited and the wonderful VC Walcot.

Our partner charity for 2022 is Dorothy House Hospice and we welcome all charities to enter teams and you can see below the large number of charities who have participated in the past.

Start time windows:

75 mile route (all locations) 0730-0830
50 mile route (all locations) 0830- 0930
26 mile route
 (all locations 0930 - 1015

On the day rider details - a comprehensive email will be sent to all registered riders around 10 days before the event.

Frome and Devizes riders - watch out for details of our Frome (Spring) and Devizes (Autumn) events - COMING SOON

Bike Bath 2022 Routes 

All routes indicative, pending closer scrutiny and local authority approval

All three routes start and finish within the historic surroundings of the Bath Rec and set off north east towards Corsham, famous for Peacocks and Poldark and on to the pretty village of Biddlestone. The Short (26 mile) Route then loops back towards Bath past Colerne Airfield and down the Bannerdown descent (part of the ancient Fosse Way), through Bathampton and back to the Rec.

The Medium (50 mile) Route heads north at the route split just past Biddlestone, and on to Action Turville where the feedstation is located at the Fox & Hounds pub around 22 miles in. You then continue into the Historic Cotswolds through picturesque villages Sherstone and Badminton. The route returns back through Acton Turville for a second go at the feed station and then you ride back towardsBath picking up the short route at the top of the Bannerdown descent.

For the Long (75 mile) Route you have another split at Sherston where instead of heading West you continue North past Shipton Moyne and through Tetbury, which is itself an area of outstanding natural beauty and the second largest town in the Cotswolds. From Tetbury you have a long climb up to Cotswold Edge Golf Club before a long descent through Wotton-Under-Edge before meeting up with the Medium Route just north of Little Badminton.


Participating Charities