• You’d be hard pushed to find a better route. A great challenge with fantastic scenery. Brilliant marshalls and friendly atmosphere. Thanks

  • Thanks for have us on your epic sportive, it was a first class day and are first time doing this, well done all you crazy people on completing this sportive see all of you next year 🤪

  • Thanks for such a great day, cake, organisation, can of ale, ride and climbs (in that order!)

  • It’s a fantastic race through the best that the Peak District has to offer. Couldn’t fault the organisation and general friendliness of all involved. A wonderful morning out in the hills, highly, highly recommended!

  • Really well organised race over a lovely route with great Marshalls, and superb soup at the finish line!

Events

There are many sporting events in Bradwell, put on to raise money for good causes within the village.  We have grouped them all together to create a resource for you to easily find out about the events and see the range of sporting challenges the village puts on. The events are put on by various groups; just click on the logo below to find out more about the event and who organises it.

A fantastic event, thanks so much for all the hard work you all put in. I ran the LT in 2015 and loved it so much that I had to come back for more! Please just keep doing what you’re doing

About us

The original ToB website was set up to publicise the Tour of Bradwell fell races. In this new website we hope to do a lot more, by providing a central source of information for fell runners, orienteers, adventure races and cyclist interested not only in the Tour of Bradwell races, but for all the races and events hosted by different bodies in the village, the common aim of which is to raise funds for causes in and around Bradwell.

Sometimes a little extra funding can make the difference between something happening, or not. That’s one way your entry monies can help others.

WHO WE HELP

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3 days ago

Duncan Shea-Simonds

Hey guys... Super excited about running the Winter Half. I know the area pretty well... and big chunks of the route (have run the Skyline, know Cave Dale, Castleton, Hope, etc). Less familiar with Aston to the finish...

Can you confirm... Can I expect route markers at significant trail junctions / turnings or should I come prepared to navigate the course exclusively with the map?

Cheers

Dunc
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A brief interlude in this morning’s rain. Only three weeks to go before the Winter Half Tour and we’re still waiting for winter to start! Everything you need to know about entries, compulsory kit, the route, etc at www.tourofbradwell.co.uk/winter-half ... See MoreSee Less

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Win Hill catching the early sun - my first view of the Valley of the year and it promises to be the best bit of the day. Time to start thinking about the Half Tour route and any tricky bits that may need a recce...
- getting into Cavedale, Castleton from the Dirtlow Rake track
- Aston round to Ladybower (people always go off route here)
- the top of Bradwell edge down to the main road (good to know you’re right at this stage)
Get the route notes off the website and follow whilst tracing your route on the map - then go outside and do it!
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