Join over 3,000 people to take on this incredible challenge over the May Bank Holiday. Starting in Richmond Park, through the North Downs, South Downs and beautiful Sussex countryside, before following the coastline to the finish line at Brighton Racecourse.
Location:St James Park
This beautiful 10k takes you on the ultimate running tour of London, through the capital’s most iconic sights. Starting on The Mall and finishing opposite Buckingham Palace, the London Vitality 10,000 will also take you past sights such as the London Eye and St Pauls Cathedral.
Location:Brighton half Marathon
The Brighton Half Marathon is an annual half marathon road running race. The race is run primarily along Brighton seafront and passes through famous landmarks such as the Royal Pavilion, Brighton Pier, West Pier and Brighton Marina.
We’d love you to run in aid of Team Stroke.
This famous ride is now in its sixth year and is the largest cycling event in the UK – who wouldn’t want to take part? Taking place on 29 July 2018, this event celebrates the legacy created by the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Location:Bath City Centre
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Join Team Stroke for the 2018 Bath Half Marathon and be part of one of the longest established and most popular city centre road events in the UK. This flat, fast course goes through the heart of the historic city centre of Bath, straddling both sides of the river Avon, and with an atmosphere that’s second to none!
Location:King's House Sports Grounds
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Sign up now for one of our flagship events! The Thames Bridges Bike Ride is a great challenge for experienced riders and newbies too. It's also a fun day out for the family so jump on your bike and bring your friends and family to cheer you on.
Location:Hyde Park, London
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Join us for one of our favourite annual events, the Royal Parks Half Marathon. Starting and finishing in the stunning Hyde Park, this popular race sees over 16,000 runners take on the 13.1 mile route through central London.