The Jamie’s Farm to Farm Bike Ride is a fantastic 61 mile event, starting at our inaugural farm in Wiltshire, and taking you through stunning countryside to arrive at our farm in Herefordshire in time for a celebratory BBQ.

Event Date Saturday 10th June
Sponsorship £175
Registration Fee £25
Register by Friday 10th May

By cycling for us you will:

  • Help transform the lives of disadvantaged children at risk of social and academic exclusion;
  • Be able to attend a fabulous feast on arrival at our beautiful Herefordshire site;
  • Receive a vibrant green Jamie's Farm t-shirt/ running vest;
  • Be sent regular e-newsletters;
  • Gain access to support vehicles en route should you need it;
  • B&B option at Herefordshire site - first come first serve - for £10 extra per head (can include riders partners);
  • Be part of the ever growing Jamie’s Farm family.

Register now

If you would like to discuss with someone in the office please contact sarah@jamiesfarm.org.uk or call 01225 743608.

We’d love to have you on the team!

“Our ride for Jamie’s Farm was the best day of cycling I’ve had in a long while. Good company, good weather, great humour, and some beautiful scenery. A superb welcome as we rolled into Lower Wernddu too. If I could change one thing, it’d definitely be my choice of ham egg and chips on our group lunch stop- it made for an exhausting second leg!”

Fergus Connolly, Rider for Team FCB Studios, 2016

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On the day

The ride starts at 9am from Hill House Farm, Ditteridge, Box, SN13 8QA and we aim for all riders to be at Lower Wernddu, Rowelstone, Longtown, HR2 0ED by 5pm. We will ride in a number of groups and stop off at the Star Inn for lunch.

 

 

The route:

Check out stats from 2015 here

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Fundraising Guide

Training Guide: TBC

Nutrition Guide: TBC

 

“Jamie’s Farm literally changed my whole school career. You showed me a new look at life, and helped me reflect on myself, my family and my school”

Richard, 15, London.

“The impact Jamie’s Farm has had on the students and on the rest of their year group is immense…It really is money well invested”

Dame Sally Coates, Director of Academies South for United Learning Trust.

 

Jamie’s Farm Terms & Conditions:
  1. This is a charity bike ride and all entrants are expected to raise funds for Jamie’s Farm.
  2. Cyclists must observe the Highway Code at all times, and in particular, they should ride in single file and not in large groups.
  3. Cyclists under the age of sixteen MUST be accompanied by a responsible adult.
  4. Cyclists should ensure that their bicycles are mechanically sound and in a roadworthy condition; there is no mechanical support.
  5. Participation will be at the participant's own risk. Cyclists should appreciate that cycling can be very strenuous and should be fully aware of their capabilities. Cyclists shall make sure that they are fit enough to take part in the ride and consult a doctor if necessary.
  6. Organisers reserve the right not to allow a cyclist to participate for various reasons, not limited to: late registration, unsuitable clothing/footwear, unsafe cycling equipment, inappropriate behaviour, unsuitable fitness levels, health issues.
  7. By taking part, all participants, volunteers and spectators agree to be in any photos or video footage that may be used in promotional material.
  8. Any cyclist withdrawing from the event either before or during the ride must notify the Jamie’s Farm race organisers.
  9. The Organisers reserve the right to amend, postpone or cancel the event at any time. Please note that the entry fee is non-refundable.
  10. All cyclists MUST wear a helmet and should NOT use ipods, MH3 players or mobile phones whilst riding.
  11. Cyclists should wear bright clothing, suitable foot attire and have their own insurance.
  12. By participating in the event this does not confer any right (by implication or otherwise) on the participant to use, alter, copy or otherwise deal with any of the symbols, trademarks. logos and/or intellectual property of the event.
  13. It is strongly recommended that riders have their own insurance. A great package is offered by the CTC included as a standard part of their membership.
  14. No roads will be closed for this event so you must ride carefully remembering that you will be riding as an ambassador for both Jamie’s Farm and cyclists in general. Please obey the Highway Code at all times.
  15. Riders are responsible for ensuring that they have enough water and food to complete the event.
  16. You will be provided with a map with points highlighted where care must be taken to ascertain the route. It is your responsibility to follow the correct route. If you get lost or get into difficulties on the day you will be given a contact number for our ride control, who will help with any issues.
  17. These terms and conditions are subject to English law and jurisdiction.

Disclaimer: By participating in this event you accept these terms and conditions of entry and acknowledge Jamie’s Farm has no responsibility or liability for any loss or damage to your belongings. You also acknowledge and accept that Jamie’s Farm will not be liable for death or personal injury unless it is caused as a direct result of Jamie’s Farm’s negligence.