Why not sign up to one of our amazing challenge events! Which includes 3 NEW #TeamBonesTrek events for 2020!

Last year we saw 718 of you run a combined total of 5,955.7 miles, 64 explorers climbed the equivalent of 207 Empire State buildings and 128 cyclists hit the road and rode 11,387.80 miles!

What a year 2019 was! We saw more of you than ever before take on a challenge to raise vital funds and awareness for primary bone cancer! You were incredible!

Take a look at what challenge events our amazing supporters got up to in 2019 below:

Imagine what we can all achieve #together this year! If you’re inspired to join #TeamBones in 2020 check out our calendar of events here: http://bcrt.org.uk/events

Did you know we have 3 new #TeamBonesTrek events this year!

Join the inaugural Derwent Dams #TeamBonesTrek around some of the Peak District's most scenic reservoirs. Suitable for all the family, this trek along footpaths and bridleways circles Howden, Derwent and Lady Bower reservoirs provides stunning views from every angle. This is the perfect challenge for individuals, families, keen walkers and beginners alike, so lace up your walking boots and trek #together with Team Bones, until there's a cure!

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An ultra-marathon distance designed for the experienced hiker or trail runner. Trek the Classic Yorkshire Three Peaks route until you reach the summit of Ingleborough where you will break away down to the village of Clapham and on to Feizor and Dry Rigg Quarry before returning to Horton-in-Ribblesdale. This is a challenge of epic proportions as you must complete the 33 miles in 12 hours. Are you ready for the Yorkshire Three Peak X-Trail?

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The Taster 10K is perfect for those wanting a flavour of the Yorkshire Three Peaks experience, including capable children. Starting in Horton-in-Ribblesdale you will ascend Pen-y-Ghent taking in the stunning views of the National Park before looping back to the finish line in Horton-in-Ribblesdale to receive your well-earned medal!

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