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Important Information: Humber Bridge Challenge

Updated: Aug 16, 2022

HumberBridge108 16th June 2018: Elmsall Road Club has taken the difficult decision to cancel this years Humber bridge 108 Charity Ride as an organised event: The decision has been taken due to a lack of support for the event with just over three weeks to go and at a time when other sportive events have clashed with the date of ours. If you have booked on the ride you will receive a full refund over the next few days.

We are sorry to take this course of action however our club members will still be riding the route as part of their club run schedule but it will not be supported as an organised event (feedstations/ rider numbers/pre & post event food etc as per last year).

You are more than welcome to join us on the day, 9am start. (Contact us for further details)

Regards Elmsall RC

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