• August 1, 2024 - August 4, 2024
    7:00 am - 6:00 pm

​We are delighted to be working with Honeypot in the delivery of their House to House Bike Ride, from the New Forest House to the Pen y Bryn House.

This will be taking place from 1st – 4th August 2024.​


There are two options available – 4 day and 1 day ride.

Honeypot Pen y Bryn

The four-day ride will begin at Honeypot House Hampshire, in the New Forest and finish at Honeypot Pen y Bryn. The ride will be spread over 4 days, with 2 full days of riding and 2 half days of riding. We will be making overnight stops near Salisbury, Gloucester and Ludlow.

The first day will begin mid morning and end in the Salisbury area. Day 2 & 3 will start early morning and be a full day’s ride, finishing around Gloucester and Ludlow respectively. The last day will start early morning and finish around lunchtime at Honeypot Pen y Bryn.

The full days riding will be approximately 77 miles on one day and 56 miles on the 2nd full day with the half days being around 30-40 miles. The total length of the ride will be approximately 210 miles depending on confirmed accommodation and stops along the way.

Full board food and accommodation will be provided for all cyclists.

​The one-day cycle on the 1st of August consists of 40 miles riding Britain’s beautiful countryside from Honeypot’s Hampshire Respite House to Salisbury. At the Hampshire House you’ll be welcomed by the Honeypot Team and pie Events, where you will have breakfast and a tour of the house before setting off.​​​​​​​

This is a guided ride, led by pie guides, catering for all standards of cyclists who can do the distance.

Proposed Route


The cost of participating in the 4 day event is £100 per person + £2,500 fundraising target.

The cost of participating in the 1 day event is £100 per person + £500 fundraising target.​

​​Included for Cyclists:

  • Ride led by pie guides at a ratio of approx. 1 pie guide to 8-10 cyclists​
  • 3 nights accommodation in twin rooms (singles available for a supplement of £195)
  • Dinner x 3
  • Refreshment stops on route during the ride (morning, lunch and afternoon)
  • Gels and electrolyte tablets
  • Support vehicles with bike spares, bike tool kits, first-aid kits, fresh water, sunscreen, etc
  • Medics
  • Kit list
  • Training advice
  • Cyclist information document which includes key information such as an itinerary, kit list etc.
  • Parking at the New Forest House for a limited number of riders

Not included:

  • Single room supplements: Please enquire.
  • Coach transfer from Pen y Bryn House back to the start at the New Forest​​​​ House. Please enquire

pie water stop

Insurance – travel and bike
pie is delighted to be an approved partner of Yellow Jersey Cycle Insurance. Get 10% off using the code pieevents10. pie encourages all cyclists to insurance their bikes.

You can find training guides here.

pie Guides

This is a guided ride with groups being led by pie guides who are familiar with the terrain and who help all abilities complete the challenge. For those not familiar with the pie guiding system:
• We offer guided rides to make sure we offer the very best care to our cyclists
• All of our guides are experienced cyclists. They range from ex-professional racers to keen amateurs and all are very used to guiding groups of differing abilities, experience and skills
• All of our guides will navigate their small group of 8 – 10 cyclists from start to finish
• They are on hand to do mechanical work so there is no waiting around for a mechanic’s van
• Many pie guides are first aid trained
• We make the ride suitable for most standards of cyclists (bar complete beginners) – check the daily distances and elevations to make sure you are happy with your level of fitness vs the challenge above, and then start some training to minimise the gap!

Cycling jerseys

Please see the table below for jersey sizes. You will be asked for this information at the next stage on the registration form.

About Honeypot

Since 1996 Honeypot has been working to enhance the lives of young carers aged 5-12 years by providing respite breaks and on-going outreach support. In the UK nationwide, we give young carers a break from demanding and stressful responsibilities at home and provide a safe, nurturing environment where children at risk can develop to their full potential.​

Honeypot’s wrap round services supports these young carers by:

  • Making happy memories on Respite Breaks at a Honeypot Houses, giving them the chance to de-stress and just be happy, carefree children.
  • Building resilience, confidence, and social skills on educational booster breaks (SEAL).
  • Continuing friendships and experiencing the first trip to the seaside, riding on a rollercoaster or holding a baby sheep on Memory Making Days.
  • Accessing support for essential life items such as a new washing machine or a bike through Honeypot’s Wellbeing Fund and nutritious and tasty meals through our Healthy Eating and Nutrition Service.
  • Pastoral Support for young carers and their family’s when they are struggling to cope with lives challenges.

​​Making happy memories and building brighter futures for young carers. Find out more at https://www.honeypot.org.uk/​.


The minimum fundraising requirement is £2000. There is no maximum! Once you have signed up for the event you will be sent a link to fundraise through Enthuse.


To register for the ride, click on the REGISTER button and follow the process.

Social Media

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Use #bespokeguidedrides #pieevents when on your ride to keep us in the loop!

We look forward to seeing you!