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Diss Cyclathon 2019

Venue: Diss Park

Diss Cyclathon is a cycling event with a difference. In fact Cycling UK were so impressed that they named Diss Cyclathon as the winner of the Best Cycling event in 2018!

As well as offering a variety of fantastic rides for really keen cyclists and shorter fun rides for families to do together, there’s lots for all the family to do on Diss Park On from 12 noon to 5pm.

With live music, a variety of great food, entertainment and kids activities – there's something for everyone on Diss Park at Diss Cyclathon.

Nine Town Sportive

Now in its fourth year, the Nine Town Sportive is one of the must do Sportives in Norfolk and Suffolk.  Starting and finishing in Diss and with three lovely routes, there's something for everyone.  

100 Miles: A splendid route around all nine market towns – mostly on country lanes but with a few more open stretches for you to get the legs going.  

50 Miles: A slightly longer route taking in Harleston, Long Stratton, Wymondham and Attleborough before returning to Diss, Stop off at the leisure centre in Long Stratton at the half way point for a quick feed stop.

25 Miles: A lovely route from Diss to Harleston and back, almost completely on country lanes.​

You can Sign Up by clicking this link and get your rider pack in the post:

Or, if you'd rather buy a pack in person you can do that at Pedal Revolution in Norwich or Gt Yarmouth, or from Madgetts Cycles in Diss.


Family Rides

Cycling is a great thing to do as a family or as a group of friends and Diss CTC invite you to come and experience the joys of cycling in the locality.​

Circular routes of 5, 10 or 15 miles. Do what you feel comfortable with on the day. Try the full ride but if you want to opt out and do the shorter distances no problem.  

Starting from Fair Green – leave when you like between 10am & noon 

Entry £5 for over-16s if booked online, £7 on the day.  Accompanied 16s and under ride for free.  ​

All riders get a medal at the finish.

Buy your ticket here:

Best Cycling Event 2018
Cycling UK