Date details
29th Jul 2022 – 31st Jul 2022
Jurassic Coast, Dorset
2 nights, 3 days
Group size
Up to 20
Meeting point

Route and riding

What's Nice?

This self-supported cycle will take us along the stunning Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We’ll be enjoying a perfect combination of forests, coastline, heathland and rolling hills. Some famous sites along the way include Durdle Door, Corfe Castle and Old Harry Rocks.

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Lulworth Cove, Dorset

Photo: Daria Averina


A challenging yet rewarding cycle. This ride is self-supported, so we'll be carrying our own things with us for each day. However we're not camping, so we don't need to bring sleeping bags or tent.

Travel there and back

Starting in Exeter and finishing in Brockenhurst. Direct trains from London.

Corfe Castle

Photo: Graham Pengelly

Download our Jurassic Bikepacker weekend tour pack and find out more about the beautiful routes and stopovers, what to pack, how to get there, and much much more!

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Meet your Guides!

Rosie Riley

Rosie Riley

Co-Founder/Director of Adventure Uncovered, writer and dedicated North Sea surfer who settles for cycling, running and outdoor swimming when in London. Advocate and promoter of sustainability and clean technology in the UK corporate sector and developing countries.

Joe Reid

Joe Reid

Joe Reid is the Founder of Brake the Cycle, a company that takes groups on bike tours across the UK and Europe. From epic adventures such as Lands End - John O’Groats to weekend retreats combining cycling and yoga, all their tours boast a unique, sustainability infused twist.

Shalyn Wilkins

Shalyn Wilkins

Since joining her first Brake the Cycle trip, Shalyn has been hooked on adventuring by bike. Having now converted countless friends and family (and sometimes even strangers) to the joys of biking, Shalyn joins us to lead rides and share her infectious enthusiasm for exploring by bike, opportunistic yoga, sharing good food and camping under the stars. It's also quite possible that Shalyn holds the record for the most puncture-repairs in a calendar year - so we're glad to be in experienced hands.

James Ballantyne

James Ballantyne

James's first Brake the Cycle trip was back in 2015 when he cycled LEJOG. Since then he's crewed on many trips, across 5 different countries. James loves languages and can speak French, Spanish and Italian as well as his native English. When not cycling James works as a civil servant on UK government climate change policy.

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