Bucks Radio Tour de Vale
The Bucks Radio Tour De Vale 2022 takes place on Sunday 12th June, with 3 different routes, all starting and ending at Stoke Mandeville Stadium, the birthplace of the Paralympic Movement. But which route will you choose?
- The family friendly 25K
- The slightly harder 65K!
- Or really challenge yourself with the 110K
Bucks Radio Tour de Vale FACTS
1 – Buckinghamshire’s biggest charity bike ride
2 – Organised by WheelPower, the national charity for wheelchair sport
3 – Start/Finish on the famous Stoke Mandeville Stadium track (Birthplace of the Paralympic Movement)
4 – The annual cycling event first took place in 2003
5 – Three routes to choose from set along Buckinghamshire/Oxfordshire country roads, (25km/65K/110K)
6 – Inclusive cycling event for all. From club cyclists to families, hand cyclists to corporate teams.
7- 2021 – 850 riders raised over £43,000 for WheelPower
8 – 2020 – Alternative ‘Virtual’ event took place in response to the Covid-19 pandemic
9 – 2019 – 1,400 riders raised over £55,000 for the charity
10 – Trophies awarded to highest fundraisers (team, individual adults and under 16)
11 – All monies raised from the Tour de Vale supports WheelPower to transform more disabled lives through sport and physical activity opportunities
12 – Volunteers are vital to the events success. Over 150 are needed to run the Tour de Vale each year
13 – The Tour de Vale is a professional event with chip timing, first aid, support vehicles, water stops and marshals