Tour de Moor 2022 | Sunday 9 October
Get on your bike to conquer Dartmoor and do good in your community in this year’s Tour de Moor!
Join us on Sunday 9 October for the region’s boldest cycling challenge and prove you’ve got what it takes for this adrenaline-packed adventure in iconic Dartmoor!
Embrace the mud, sweat and gears of the exhilarating, hill-filled, 52km mixed terrain route, or take it down a gear and keep your foot to the pedal with a family friendly, shorter tour of the moor. We even have something
• Beast mode: 52km of cycling at its fiercest (12 years old and above)
• Adventurer style: 30km of tough riding (9 years old and above)
• Mini-moor: 11km ride along Drake’s trail (suitable for all the family)
Sponsored by Print Copy Scan, a local supplier of printers and copiers, our Tour de Moor gives you the chance to take on an epic challenge across the scenic wilderness of Dartmoor and make an important difference for people living near you who are going through the toughest of times.
If ever there was a year to take part in our exciting cycling challenge Tour de Moor, it’s this one! That’s because 2022 is St Luke’s Hospice Plymouth’s 40th anniversary year and we’re proudly marking four decades of compassionate care and support in your community.
Be the best. Break a sweat
Make a difference.
Why should I ride Tour de Moor?
Money raised from registration fees for Tour de Moor covers the cost of putting on this popular annual event.
It’s your additional sponsorship and donations that help our charity keep providing vital end of life care for terminally ill people in your community.
As a charity, we can only meet the growing demand on our vital service for local families through the ongoing support of people like you, who share our desire to see everyone with terminal illness receive the high-calibre care they need – and deserve – at the end of their lives.
How much is it to take part?
- Beast mode: 52km of cycling at its fiercest (12 years old and above, £35)
- Adventurer style: 30km of tough riding (9 years old and above, £35)
- Mini-moor: 11km ride along Drake’s trail (suitable for all the family, £15)
When and where does Tour de Moor start and finish?
Tour de Moor departs from Harrowbeer Airfield (near Yelverton) at 8.30am on Sunday 9 October and riders will be finishing there too.