The Ryedale Rumble is a fundraising cycling event taking place in North Yorkshire, run by Friends of Ryedale School, to help raise funds for the small but outstanding school.
The Rumble is an exhilarating and arduous challenge. There are three routes providing something for everyone; all clearly signposted with well-stocked feed stations managed by enthusiastic and supportive volunteers.
The Extreme and Challenge routes (167.9 kilometres) are aimed at experienced cyclists who want a serious test of fitness, endurance and stamina. With elevation gains of over 2,893m the extreme route takes in the now traditional monument climbs of Boltby Bank, Blakey Bank and Rosedale Chimney Bank.
Challenge Route (114.9 kilometres) riders will take on the thrills and pain of an elevation gain of 1,744 metres while enjoying the beautiful moorland countryside.
The Inspire Route (67 kilometres) is for cyclists young or old, beginners or experienced, who want to extend their cycling ambitions with a 995 metre elevation gain to encounter.
The Ryedale Rumble allows riders to explore areas of the North York Moors National Park, while
raising money for Ryedale School. Participants need to book their place in advance via the Ryedale Rumble website; rydedalerumble.co.uk