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The first Chilterns Challenge: Sunday 11 July 2021

Updated: Dec 17, 2021

Date: Sunday 11 July 2021

Start and End point: from Stag & Huntsman Pub in Hambleden Village, Oxfordshire

Details of the Rides (either):

  1. Fab fifty (50 Km): Start time 11am. Link to Fab 50 route on Komoot .

  2. Hilly hundred (100 Km): Start time 10am the Pub. Link to Hilly 100 route on Komoot .

(You will need to download Komoot to see the routes!)

Registration Fee: £10

Create your JustGiving Page for the event here

Access: The event is accessible by train and car from London with on-site parking.

Refreshments: available at the Pub all day, with breakfast on us (pastries, bacon butties).

Fun Swim: we have a good swim spot for a dip in the Thames afterwards!

REGISTER: email us at to register.

Why Ride for Peace?

In the past year 48 million people fled their homes due to violence and conflict. Someone fled almost every second. That is a new world record. While the cost of responding to conflict is huge, we spend few resources on prevention.

Join us and help prevent?

Your support will help counter identity-based discrimination and violence recurring in Sudan and South Sudan. The suggested minimum target of £150 will train 10 community leaders to counter hate speech and incitement to violence.

Access from London:

Where? Stag & Huntsmen Pub, Hambleden Village, Henley-on-Themes, Oxfordshire, RG9 6RP.

Car: from London on the A40 or M4 turn off onto the A404 to Marlow.

Directions to the Stag and Hunstman here.

Parking: There is a car park at the back of the Pub, which continues into a PAY & DISPLAY parking. Be sure to pay and display!

Train: Trains run from London Paddington to Henley on Themes. First train on Sunday 11 July is at 8.33 and arriving in Henley at 9.50am.

Cycle along the Thames most of the way to Hambleden from Henley (flat along the valley).

Photos of the Chilterns Challenge Routes:



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