Building on a combination of our previous route and rides, we bring you a revamped Brathay Belter. Changes to the route following comments from last year result in a 44 mile route with 4,200 feet of climbing, presenting a nice challenge for those looking for a less strenuous ride out than the Brutal.
Covering a combination of the 2016 route and sections from the Brathay Brutal the route offers those looking for a challenge, but something not quite so “brutal”, the opportunity to enjoy some summer riding. Including climbs such as Blea Tarn, but steering around Wrynose Pass (unlike the Brutal which goes over it), the route isn’t flat by any stretch of the imagination.
Standard Entry: £22Enter Now
Time to beat (2016)
Cakes consumed per rider
Total 'Belter miles' (2016)
Click below to download a route to import to your cycle computer. GPX files are compatible with most cycle computers as well as Strava routes and Garmin Connect.Download Route GPX File
Entry is open to anyone over 18 years old with 16-18 year olds being able to sign up if riding alongside a responsible adult. Entries cost:
- £22 for all over 18
- £40 for one 16/17 year old and a responsible adult (combined)
This includes entry fees, food and drink at the refreshment station and a meal at the finish at Brathay Hall.
Congratulations to everyone who took part in the 2016 Brathay Belter.
You can view the full results below.
Results from other events this year are also available (right).
You can now keep up with Brathay Cycling content on the @BrathayCycling Facebook page.
Take a look to find out what our past 10in10 runners are up to.
Bike Bible partner signs up to support Brathay Cycling event
In 2016 Sonja Foster became the first person to complete both the Brathay 10in10 and Brathay 262 in one year.
For 2017 Brathay Cycling will be working with Bike Bible to get even more cyclists involved with Brathay Cycling events in June.
TEN cyclists have road tested a tough cycling challenge event, 10 laps of Windermere in 24 hrs, whilst raising £7,000 for us.
When planning your training program you need to decide: Are you completing, competing or conquering? It's important to be realistic - set an impossible aim and you’ll soon lose motivation.