The Isle of Wight Randonnee is not a sportive, but a relaxed, family-friendly and increasingly popular bike ride taking in stunning coastal scenery on the Isle of Wight.
The course follows the permanently sign-posted Round The Island (RTI) cycle routes in a clockwise direction with a choice of 100km and 55km rides. The event starts at 9am and finishes at 6pm.
Registration for the 2022 Randonnee is now open. There is no entry fee.
The IoW Randonnee was established by the Wayfarers in 1985 and uniquely follows a route around the whole of the Isle of Wight taking minor roads and lanes where possible enabling the rider to see and enjoy the best of the Island's scenery. The event attracts around 3000 participants each year.
For 2022 the organisers have introduced a few changes to reduce contact on the event. Unlike in previous years, advance registration is required; entrants will receive an e-ticket which must be presented at the first checkpoint and there will be no entries on the day.
The traditional brevet card is to be replaced with a digital brevet card using the event's mobile app, the checkpoint at Alverstone has been removed and a one-way system will be in operation at the remaining checkpoints.
The event remains free to enter with 2500 places available for 2022.
For further details please visit the event website.
At a Glance
- 01 May 2022 9:00am Up to 100 km (62 miles)
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- Up to 100 km (62 miles)
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- 2500 Riders
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- Randonnee has been running for over 30 years
- It's a family event on open roads. It's not a sportive or race.
- The event is FREE to enter
- Around 3000 Cyclists take part in the event each year
- You must pre-register for the event to avoid queues on the day
- Start at any of the checkpoints on the day
- The 100km event follows the round the island route in a Clockwise Direction
- The 55km event, geared more for families, follows a route on the East Side of the island, taking in Cycle Route 23 also in a clockwise direction
- All children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult and participants under the age of 18 must have a signed parental consent form; the form is available here or from Randonee checkpoints