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TThis Leisure route stays close to the Watersports centre and follows mainly quiet lanes through areas of moorland and tin mines. 

Short route

24 miles

A fine journey on quiet lanes, passing through moorland and old tin mines. There is an option at 17 miles to cut the ride short if required. A feed station and toilets will be available in Praze-An-Beeble.


Medio route

38 miles

This route takes you through quiet lanes down to Marazion, where you will be rewarded with fantastic views of St Michael's Mount. The hillier return journey is through Hayle and up the north coast via Gwithian and Hell's Mouth. A feed station and toilets will be located in St Erth.


Long route 

68 miles

 This Challenge Route is a coast-to-coast ride with spectacular views of Porthleven, St Michael's, Mount's Bay and St Agnes Beacon, to name but a few. A feed station and toilets will be located in St Erth and there are plenty of cafes en route. Not for the faint-hearted, this route will certainly test of your strength and stamina.



Stithians Watersports  Centre TR16 6NW

Registration and riders depart: 8.30am-9.30am

Suggested minimum donation: £5

Refreshments at St Erth Village Hall


Please note that this is a non-sportive charity ride.

The routes will not be marshalled or sign posted and there is no "broom wagon".


A map, cue sheet and Garmin gpx file can be downloaded from route links above. 

Before you set off, please ensure your bike is roadworthy, that you wear a helmet, take some food and water with you, lights if it's a bit dim, and have a way of getting home should you breakdown.

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