The Tyco Cycling
Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge
The famous climbs of Yorkshire including Buttertubs Pass and Fleet Moss and Park Rash
An exciting and challenging event that will take you into the heart of the Yorkshire Dales. With rolling hills, beautiful valleys as well as three of the best climbs in the UK. You will be led by an experienced ride guide over Buttertubs Pass, Fleet Moss, and the infamous Park Rash all the while taking in breathtaking scenery with like-minded people. We will squeeze in lunch at a quaint cafe or two as well, after all you will need some fuel to keep you going.
Our Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge event takes you on a unique cycling experience, visiting the places that have made Yorkshire one of the most iconic cycling destinations in the world and a must place to visit for any discerning cyclist. You will climb three of the most well known hills in Yorkshire in one day, supported by our very own cycling ride leaders.
Climb Buttertubs Pass in the high moorland between Wensleydale and Swaledale
Stop at Buttertubs Pass’ summit to experience the views and take some photos
Take on the relentless Fleet Moss climb
Stop in the beautiful village of Kettlewell for cake and refreshments
Attempt the brutal masterpiece that is Park Rash
Welcome to Yorkshire! Welcome briefing at Event HQ for the main event.
The Main Event: The Three Peaks Challenge The event brings together an epic day of riding, covering some of the most iconic climbs in the UK. You will take on the challenge of riding some of the steepest climbs in Yorkshire, supported throughout by your ride leaders. Starting off in Reeth, you will ride over Buttertubs Pass, descending towards Hawes, before starting your ascent of the famous Fleet Moss. After Fleet Moss, you will continue through the beautiful village of Kettlewell, before riding on to your final climb of the day, the infamous Park Rash and back to your accomodation.
1 day of fully guided cycling covering an epic route led by Tyco Cycling ride leaders
The opportunity to ride 3 of the Top 100 cycling climbs in the UK
Roadside mechanical support
Challenge event medal