An unsupported journey through the North of England following ten control points along the way – what happens in between is up to you…


Date: May 22

Time: 8:00 pm


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Building upon the success and popularity of the first edition of All Points North, we’re doing it all again in 2020.
All Points North is an unsupported cycling event across the north of England. The second edition will feature nine new controls scattered across the north of England. To visit all 10 controls riders will need to ride approximately 1000km, but there’s no set route so, ultimately, the order you visit the controls in and the route that you take between them is entirely up to you and you’ll need to be completely self-sufficient throughout.

Riders will leave the Heeley Institute in Sheffield at 8pm on Friday, 22nd May and although there’s no official time cut-off, a hot buffet meal will be served to finishers from 8pm onwards on Monday, 25th May.

Entries will open at noon on Monday, 11th November and we have 60 solo places and 10 pairs available. So, rather than issue places on a first-come, first-served basis, there’ll be a two-week window to submit your entry (closing on Monday 25th November).

We’ll review all of your entries over the following week and let you know whether you’ve been successful or not on Monday, 2nd December.

In 2020 trackers will be compulsory and included in the price of the entry fee rather than an optional extra, so this means that the price will increase a little but we’re doing our best to keep the entry fee under £100.