5th May 2019
8:05am – 5:45pm
100 km (62 miles)
£36 registration fee & £10 returned to your fundraising total / Minimum sponsorship amount of £100 (£50 of which must be raised no later than 8 weeks before the event start date)
Why cycle for Prevent Breast Cancer?
Take on the Tour De Manc challenge for us and in return you’ll get:
- A Prevent Breast Cancer cycling jersey (after you hit £50 of your target)
- A fundraising pack, including a fundraising guide, sponsor forms and ideas to help you raise money
- Support from our dedicated fundraising team
- Access to a WhatsApp group for all our charity place cyclists – a great way to meet your fellow cyclists and share tips
- Access to training programmes
In order to receive £10 returned towards your fundraising target, please list Prevent Breast Cancer as your chosen charity when registering.
The Half Manc is a tough challenge for the fit occasional rider. This route is not a flat procession, but an achievable challenge, which you will enjoy. The Half Manc is 62 miles / 100km long and shares the first 50 Miles of the Full Manc Route. The Half Manc also starts and finishes at the David Lloyd Manchester North Club. It takes an anti-clockwise circuit of Greater Manchester and has around 4500 ft of climbing to tackle. The Tour de Manc is not all about the fastest and this is not a race.
For those participating in RideLondon 46* this would be the perfect opportunity to put your training to the test and practice doing a ride of considerable length.
What is the Tour De Manc route?
The route heads out on a flat, mainly downhill route, past Heaton Park, towards Agecroft, through Salford, past Old Trafford and Chorlton to Stockport. Then the course gently rises through Stockport to Marple and starts climbing at Marple Bridge. After a “warm up” climb, you tackle the short but steep Werneth low climb, affording you a sensational view of Manchester and a panorama of the hills to the North East and the North – enjoy that view!
You head towards Tameside and climb over towards Saddleworth, passing through Uppermill. Heading over some testy climbs, you will make your way over to Newhey, Milnrow and past Rochdale. Next is Owd Betts climb before you descend through the Ashworth Valley.
About Prevent Breast Cancer
Prevent Breast Cancer is the only UK charity entirely dedicated to the prediction and prevention of breast cancer – we’re committed to freeing the world from the disease altogether. Unlike many cancer charities, we’re focused on preventing, rather than curing. Promoting early diagnosis, screening and lifestyle changes, we believe we can stop the problem before it starts. And being situated at the only breast cancer prevention centre in the UK, we’re right at the front-line in the fight against the disease.
Join us today, and help us create a future free from breast cancer.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us.
*For Prudential RideLondon 46 participants, the Tour De Manc will be used as a training ride. You can fundraise if you choose. However, you are not required to meet the minimum sponsorship target.