Women on Wheels (WoW) is back in Bury St Edmunds and registration is now open.
Women On Wheels events are mass participation female-only rides, usually raising money for a local charity, that put a strong focus on the fun, friendly and inclusive aspects of cycling. The events are very much aimed at non-cyclists and existing cyclists alike, with routes of an achievable distance, and are open to all ages, from 12 to 80+. Riders can choose to cycle a ten, 25, 50 or 70-mile route.
- Fun, social and inclusive atmosphere
- Pre-ride warm up
- Trained ride leaders
- Fully signed/marshaled route
- Full ride support in case of breakdowns or injuries
- Refreshment stop – tea and cakes
- Goody bag
- Post-ride massage available
Ten miles: Adult (21+) and youth (16-21) £5, Under 16s free
25 miles: Adult £20, Youth £5, under-16s free
50 miles: Adult £20, Youth £5, under-16s free
70 miles: Adult £20, Youth £5, under-16s free
Until 31 March 2019, we are offering 25% off the adult fee for the 25, 50 and 70-mile races.
With thanks to Havebury Housing Partnership for generously sponsoring this event.
Discount for combined entry to Bury St Edmunds and Sudbury events
In October 2018, South Suffolk Leisure (organisers of WOW Sudbury) merged with Abbeycroft Leisure (organisers of WOW Bury) which means we can now offer a 25% discount off the full adult price when you opt in to take part in both rides.
If you’d like to sign up for both we will be in touch regarding your desired distances. Please note WOW Sudbury takes place on Sunday 21 July and offers 20 and 50-mile routes.
We use Echoleft to process our event tickets and donations. It is a secure booking website, which charges a small fee of 2.5% to process and administrate any donations received. You can read more about this here: https://www.echoleft.com/trust/donations.
Using your data
We must be able to keep you informed of important updates and information regarding this year’s event, so we will use your email address and postal details to contact you. Please provide accurate details when registering.