Kielder Run Bike Run (Team of 3)


The trio of treats! 

The Active Northumberland Kielder Run Bike Run follows an almost entirely off-road course around northern Europe’s largest man-made lake, Kielder Water, in Northumberland.

The first run stage takes you on the first 11km* of the Kielder Marathon Course to Transition 1 in Kielder Village.

The next stage sees you take in the North Shore on two wheels, covering 25km* you will return over the impressive Kielder Dam to the South Shore and Transition 2 on the approach to Bull Crag Peninsula. We would recommend mountain bikes, hybrid bikes or cyclocross for the bike section. Traditional road bikes are not suitable.

The final stage is a 6km* run taking in the final stages of the 10k route and the stunning Bull Crag Peninsula and back along the Lakeside Way to the finish at Leaplish Waterside Park.

*Distances are approximate

Join #TeamHenry at the Kielder Run Bike Run in October 2022 – and help us be there for every child with cancer. 

Why take part?

  • Receive training tips and tailored support from our training partner (UK Athletics Qualified).
  • Your own Henry Dancer Days vest with iron on letters.
  • Lots of whoops and cheers from our cheer points en route.
  • Your bike and running kit will be transported between transition areas
  • Medal, tech t-shirt and goody bag for all finishers
  • FREE Park & Ride system for all runners. Spectator passes at £3 for the day with shuttle buses to numerous vantage points on the route.
  • Secure baggage drop
  • Post race massage
  • Local produce and refreshments
  • Prizes for top 3 male and female and overall team
  • You’ll be doing something amazing for children with cancer.

We will support you in raising your target to help deliver our vital work which will be directly used towards our core services; £10 will help provide a storytelling session and buy a book for a child suffering from cancer in hospital. £20 will help provide a 121 pottery session for the child to create a memento that their family can treasure after they have gone. £50 will provide a 1 hour family pottery session in one of seven major childhood cancer hospitals and £250 will provide a vital life line to families struggling with the cost of caring for their terminally ill child.