Hike and Bike 2018

Hike and Bike - Whitby 12th-14th April 2019

The Hike and Bike is a great event, which sees 100 competitors across 25 teams taking part in a weekend of hiking, biking, socialising and a few beers along the way. It is organised by Area 9 Round Tables from Yorkshire, and is open to teams from all clubs of the Round Table Family, Round Table, Ladies Circle, 41 Club and Tangent.

At just £120.00 for your accommodation and all meals as a competitor (or £100 to come and marshal) all you need to remember are your walking boots, a bike (or hire one locally) and some beer money. It really is a great value and always memorable weekend.

After great events in Castleton 2016 and 2017, and Ambleside 2018, this year we are descending on Whitby to take in some sea air along its excellent beaches and coastal paths and the North Yorkshire Moors. Accommodation will be provided at the 4 star rated YHA Whitby and we will have exclusive use of the site for the weekend.

For full details, to get in touch and more, go to

Dedicated website: http://www.roundtablehikeandbike.co.uk/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/area9hikeandbike/

Competitor Ticket - Pay in Full

Competitor Ticket - Pay Deposit

Marshal Ticket - Pay in Full

Marshal Ticket - Pay Deposit

Getting to Hike and Bike 2019

By Road

Just type this address into your Sat Nav

YHA Whitby
North Yorkshire
YO22 4JT


Limited Parking is available at the Whitby YHA (including also parking for Blue Badge holders). Parking will be on a first come first served basis.

Further Parking is available in a council car-park, a 2 minute walk away.  https://www.scarborough.gov.uk/home/parking/car-parks/abbey-headland-car-park (at time of writing parking is £9 per day)

More Details

Visit the YHA Whitby Website

What Do I Bring?

For the Hike

  • A day sack or rucksack whilst out hiking
  • Wet weather clothing and waterproofs
  • Warm clothing
  • Suitable footwear for hiking.
  • A compass
  • A copy of the OS Explorer OL27 map - North Yorks Moors Eastern Area
  • Mobile phones so you can be contacted on the route
  • Pens/Pencils and Paper
  • Any additonal personal refreshments/sustinence
  • (Note packed lunch will be provided enroute)
  • Goth/vampire repellent

For the Bike

  • A day sack or rucksack whilst out cycling
  • Wet weather clothing and waterproofs
  • Warm clothing
  • A compass
  • A copy of the OS Explorer OL1 map
  • Suitable cycling footwear
  • A mountain bike each
  • Basic puncture repair kit or spare inner tubes
  • Some basic tools to facilitate repairs on route
  • Mobile phones so you can be contacted on the route
  • Cycle helmet
  • Pens/Pencils and Paper

For Other Items

  • Beer money
  • Non-hiking and biking clothes - Gothic costumes might be appropriate!
  • Beer money
  • Other stuff - c'mon, you're big boys. You can work it out. If not, just ask the missus.