We’re delighted to announce that Malton-based Karro Food Group are sponsoring our First Aid support provided by GCS Medical this year!
Huge thanks to Di Walker and Alice Turnball who have been so helpful.
Karro is a leading producer of bacon, gammon, fresh pork, frozen sausage, ham and cooked meats. They supply high quality meat products to retail, foodservice and manufacturing customers and employ over 3,000 people across the UK.
Taking part in the Ryedale Rumble on June 30th can be a great way to raise some much needed funds for your own favourite charity whilst helping Friends of Ryedale School at the same time.
If we can get all the costs of running the Rumble covered through sponsorship it means the income we receive from every entry goes to Friends of Ryedale School and our big push to develop an all-weather pitch.
However, it’s also a brilliant opportunity for you to get sponsors for your charity by completing one of our three rides. Plus you have a great day out too!
We’d be delighted to highlight, via this blog or through our social media channels, any riders who are doing this so please get in touch if you are.
What a great start to the weekend, opening the Yorkshire Post magazine and seeing the Ryedale Rumble listed in their Take Five of cycling sportives!
If you’ve come here today after seeing that do check out our video promo and have a look around the site to learn more about the routes and the beautiful North York Moors where it all happens on June 30th.
You can book your place on the Ryedale Rumble via British Cycling – see you in the summer!
The Ryedale Rumble team are delighted to welcome Abi Smith, ex Ryedale School pupil and member of the GB cycling team, to be our 2019 Ambassador. Abi’s on the Junior Girls Endurance team and is currently at Ripon School studying her A’Levels.
Abi’s only too pleased to help promote the Ryedale Rumble:
Thanks for having me – it’s a great opportunity to promote cycling in Yorkshire and women in cycling too, especially with the ‘One in a Million‘ British Cycling campaign happening at the moment.
I’m currently travelling back from Italy from the first of the Nations Cups Trofeo Binda events. I acted as a domestique, breaking the bunch up on the climb and delivering a leadout at the end. I rolled in 19th in the front group whilst our GB sprinter came 4th. It was great to watch the UCI Women’s World Tour race straight after too!
I’m back over Easter and really keen to promote the 2019 Ryedale Rumble. It’s a fabulous event – hopefully we can get loads of entries this year!
We’re looking forward to working with Abi in the run up to June 30th – also crossing our fingers there will be a gap in her racing schedule so she can join us on our big day!!