2022 IoW Randonnee
- Registration for the 2022 event is open
- We are going all in on advanced registration / e-ticket this year (no registration on the day will be available) - you will need to bring this with you on the day to be scanned at your first checkpoint- more details to follow
- There will be up to 2500 entries available this year
- We will be moving fully to a digital brevet card using our mobile app - more details to follow
- There will be one way systems in place at the checkpoints
- Unfortunately we will not have a checkpoint at Alverstone or be able to do registrations on the Ferries this year
- Feed stations will be open subject to restrictions in force at that time and will implement their own Covid secure measures. We ask that all participants adhere to the requested procedures.
- The event remains free to enter. When you register for your e-ticket, you will have the option of pre-purchasing your brooch/badge for collection on the day and also making a donation if you can - this helps maintain the event as free to enter, with any excesses donated to local charities after the event.
Thanks for your understanding of these changes, many brought about as a result of Covid where we are, so far as possible, attempting to run the event on a no-touch basis with minimal bunching of cyclists at checkpoints. We are passionate about holding the event this year and thank you for your patience as we navigate through this!
The Randonnee follows the Round The Island (RTI) cycle routes in a clockwise direction and there will be a choice of 100km and 55km rides. The Event starts at 9am and finishes at 6pm.
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The IoW Randonnee was established by the Wayfarers in 1985 and uniquely follows a route around the whole of the Isle of Wight taking minor roads and lanes where possible enabling the rider to see and enjoy the best of the Island's scenery.
* we decided to fix the route to the Clockwise direction in 2013. The main reason for this is to alleviate the congestion on the Cowes floating bridge as hundreds of participants coming off the Red Funnel head off to start Anti-Clockwise and straight onto the floating bridge.