The Durham Big and Middle Rides
- Activity: Running
- Location: Durham
- Date: September each year
- Distance: 10/25 miles
- Difficulty: Moderate
“Durham Big and Middle Rides are designed for young and old alike – the perfect way to see the Durham countryside and stay fit, riding along safe and closed roads.
Starting at County Hall, the Big Ride follows a scenic route up towards Sacriston, then up the lane to Broom House Farm and on towards Consett over the tops, before continuing the scenic route down the Lanchester Valley railway path back to Durham in a 25-mile round-trip.
Alternatively, for those who would prefer a slightly shorter route, the 10-mile Durham Middle Ride circuit is the perfect happy medium. Riders get to enjoy impressive views of the countryside above Sacriston (as per the Big Ride), before taking the long lane back down the hill at Witton Gilbert with Durham Cathedral in the distance, joining the railway path back towards Durham at Langley Park.”
Entrants aged 6-16 pay £7 while everyone else pays £20.
Cycle for Link Ethiopia and we will be on hand to give you the advice and information you need to achieve your fundraising goals. You will also get a spot in our hall of fame!
The event begins at the County Hall in Durham at 09.30.
Individual entry is bought by the participant so there is no fundraising minimum for this challenge. Raise as much as you can and all proceeds will go towards our projects and schools in Ethiopia.
Run for Link Ethiopia in any manner and we will be there to help you with fundraising ideas and advice.
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