Cycle Coast to Coast, East to West, Sunrise to Sunset
Chase the Sun now departs from multiple locations on the same sunrise, select a ride below!
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Starting in the Thames estuary, the 200+ mile route bi-sects south London, passing Richmond park, bridging the Thames, touching part of Wiggin’s Olympic Gold time trial route, plus all the usual cross-country highlights, Bramley pub, mendip hills, Cheddar gorge, arriving on the seafront finish at Burnham-on-Sea.
A double-century feat over an epic 200miles leaving from the beachfront at Tynemouth at the first ray of ocean sunrise aiming to reach the esplanade at Prestwick to witness the (hopefully glorious) sunsetting into the sea beside the Isle of Arran. A route full of stunning vistas, wilderness, heaths, rivers, lochs, castles and beaches, a challenge to inspire you when pedalling the longest day.
Coast-to-Coast, from Cesenatico to Tirrenia, from Adriatic sea to Tirrenian sea, from east to west, from sunshine to sunset. The most romantic long distance cycling challenge: 271 kilometers and 3300 to climb, to chase the sun.
Countdown to the next sunrise
Saturday 20 June 2020
Chase the sun have teamed up with Foska for our clothing supply. Riders can celebrate your effort and adventure by owning one of these limited edition Chase The Sun cycle jerseys .
Keep the Ride going
Chase the Sun is a series of non-competitive bike rides, organised by volunteers and enthusiastic riders, we are a non-profit organisation, funded only by riders and their kind donations.
200 miles in one day is a long way to cycle for most of us, so find out some top tips to make your ride a success!
Experience Chase the Sun
View these videos made by previous riders