*Event cancelled because of Covid-19 concerns. Entrants have been refunded. Please see event website for further details.*

The 2021 Exmoor Beauty cycle challenge, set in the Exmoor National Park, has a fantastic new route keeping some of the more familiar features from previous 'Beauties' but with the addition of lots of new terrain.

Entrants to the 2020 edition, which was cancelled due to coronavirus, will have their entry transferred to 2021. In addition a limited number of entries are still available for the 2021 via the Exmoor Beauty website.

We have a brand new HQ right on the edge of the Exmoor which enables us to put virtually the whole route within the confines of the beautiful Exmoor National Park (all but 16 miles) - this has to be one of Britain's most beautiful challenge rides.

At the Beauty we try to emphasize the beauty within Exmoor rather than the brutal head-banging climbing encountered in our sister event in the autumn, the Exmoor Beast. Having said that, Exmoor is rugged country and it's impossible to cycle on the moor without cycling up and down some pretty serious hills. Some previous cycling experience of this duration is advisable and some training is suggested.

The Exmoor Beauty Cycle Challenge is a fully supported mass participation cycle ride. Although a relatively tough cycle challenge the emphasis is on around 100 kilometres of achievability, simplicity and the enjoyment of cycling in the spring upon beautiful Exmoor and the surrounding area.

Simplicity doesn’t mean any corners are cut with organisation - it’s fully supported with medics and support vehicles. Expect full support on the road, good feedstation food options, accurate and reliable chip-timing with an SMS of your time and instant web results. We’ll have a memento for you upon your return to base too.

At a Glance
  • 25 Apr 2021 8:00am
  • Tickets On Sale
  • *Cancelled* Exmoor Beauty Cycle Challenge*Cancelled* Exmoor Beauty Cycle ChallengeNorth Molton, Devon, UK
  • Up to 100 km (62 miles)
  • From 28.00 GBP
  • 3000 Riders