Time and Location
2 July 08:00 – 16:00
Corfe Mullen Recreation Ground, Badbury View Rd, Corfe Mullen, Wimborne BH21 3HU, UK
About the Event
The Macmillan Dorset 100 ride will consist of just one loop and less confusing dividing points this will mean the ride will go further west. Starting in Corfe Mullen and visiting Wimborne, Blandford, Winterborne Stickland, Bulbarrow, Hazelbury Bryan, Holwell, Yetminster, Chetnole, Glanvilles Wooton, Mappowder, Ansty, Cheselbourne, Puddletown, Bere Regis, Milborne St. Andrew and Milton Abbas. The route then joins the other longer rides at Winterborne Whitechurch for the same route back to the finish via Winterborne Kingston, Anderson, Bloxworth, Morden and Lytchett Matravers. Please note this ride is for the serious cyclist and fundraiser. We recommend cyclists should be able to average 15 mph if undertaking this ride.
Start Time 08:00 only Standard Entry Fee £30
All entrants under the age of 18 are required to complete a parent consent form. Please go to our Downloads page, complete the form and post it to us before you enter. Rider details can not be dispatched until we receive the signed permission form.
Terms and Conditions
By participating in this event, you accept these terms and conditions of entry and acknowledge that Macmillan has no responsibility or liability for any loss or damage to your belongings.
1. The Macmillan Dorset Bike Ride (the “Event”) is organised by volunteers of the Dorset Bike Ride Fundraising Group on behalf of Macmillan Cancer Support (company number 2400969), a charity registered in England and Wales (Charity number 261017), Scotland (Charity number SC039907) and in the Isle of Man (Charity number 604) of 89 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7UQ (“Macmillan” or “we”).
2. This is a charity bike ride, and all entrants will be raising funds for Macmillan Cancer Support.
3. Instructions for the Event will be provided to all cyclists by post no later than the Friday before the Event.
4. Any cyclist withdrawing from the Event either before or during the ride MUST notify the Macmillan Dorset Bike Ride Organisers by visiting the Contact section of the official Event website (https://www.macmillanbikeride.com/contact-cycle-ride). Any cyclist withdrawing from the Event before the ride MUST notify their donors that they are no longer participating, ask them if they are still happy for their donations to go to Macmillan and issue refunds if they’re not.
5. Cyclists MUST observe the Highway Code at all times and MUST take all relevant safety precautions while participating in the Event. Cyclists MUST wear a cycling helmet during the Event.
6. Cyclists under the age of sixteen MUST be accompanied by a responsible adult*.
7. Cyclists MUST ensure that their bicycles are in a roadworthy condition.
8. Cyclists MUST be confident that their health status is such that they are able to participate in what is a physically challenging event and consult a doctor where necessary. Participation will be at the participant’s own risk.
9. By taking part, all participants, volunteers and spectators confirm that they are happy to be in any photos or video footage taken by authorised Macmillan photographers. These photos or video footage may be used to publicise the Event in marketing materials that will be available to the general public. It is your responsibility, and in the case of cyclists under the age of 16 the responsibility of any adult responsible for a “minor”, to advise Macmillan on the day of the Event if they do not want photos or video footage of them (or in the case of the responsible adult, the minor) used in this way. Macmillan is not responsible for photos or videos taken at or of the Event by members of the public.
10. The organisers reserve the right not to allow a cyclist to participate in the Event or to require a cyclist to stop participating in the Event for various reasons, not limited to late registration, unsuitable clothing/footwear, unsafe cycling equipment, inappropriate behaviour, unsuitable fitness levels, or other identifiable health issues which may affect their ability to complete the Event.
11. Cyclists MUST refrain from behaviour which could bring Macmillan’s name into disrepute. This includes, but is not limited to, respecting the natural environment while cycling and refraining from smoking/drinking alcohol during the Event.
12. Regardless of the cyclists’ allocated start time, the cut off time for all cyclists for this event will be 4pm. If any cyclist continues to ride beyond this time, then they acknowledge that they do so at their own risk and no facilities and support from the organisers will be provided for the Event after 4pm.
13. The organisers reserve the right to amend, postpone or cancel the Event due to unforeseen circumstances or where reasonably required. We will inform you if we intend to re-schedule or amend the Event. In the circumstances that the Event is postponed or cancelled you will be able to transfer your entry fee to a rescheduled event. For the avoidance of doubt, Macmillan will not be liable for any travel or accommodation costs, or other expenses incurred by a cyclist if the Event is amended, postponed or cancelled.
14. Participating in the Event does not confer any right (by implication or otherwise) on the participant to use, alter, copy or otherwise deal with any of the symbols, trademarks. logos and/or intellectual property of the Event.
15. To the maximum extent permitted by law, Macmillan hereby excludes any liability for loss, damage or injury to a cyclist and/or a cyclist’s property, including any indirect or consequential loss or damage, including loss of enjoyment or travel or accommodation costs, regardless of whether the loss or damage: (a) would arise in the ordinary course of events; (b) is reasonably foreseeable; or (c) is in the contemplation of the parties, or otherwise. Notwithstanding this, Macmillan does not seek to exclude or limit its liability: (a) for fraud or fraudulent misrepresentation; (b) for death or personal injury caused by Macmillan’s negligence; or (c) for any other matter for which it is not possible to exclude or limit liability under the laws of England and Wales.
16. These terms and conditions are subject to English law and the English courts will have exclusive jurisdiction.
* A Parent Permission Form for all those under 16s should be downloaded from https://www.macmillanbikeride.com, signed and posted to us at Macmillan Cancer Support, Dorset Bike Ride, PO Box 1432, Broadstone, Dorset BH18 9YE before an entry can be accepted.
The Official Cycling Jersey costs just £30
Check the jersey size chart here
When completing your entry form please fill in your full address - What you type in will be how your envelope is addressed.
Also, please supply individual email addresses for each rider as instructions and information will be emailed.
Once again this year there is an opportunity to make an additional donation when you enter, just select the Give Extra option. Remember it all goes to Macmillan Cancer Support. If you are going to struggle to collect sponsor money please select this option.
Should you have problems entering online please contact us about alternative ways of paying.
To pay by card over the telephone complete your details on the entry form then call 01274 957730 between 09:00 and 04:30 Monday to Friday or pay by bank transfer, sort code 30-64-72 account 35853368