We are delighted to be working alongside some very friendly experts, from very talented chefs and home bakers, our favourite coffee van in the Vale, an unflappable bike mechanic, a local businesswomen selling premium cycle wear to 2 talented graphic design agencies, and wonderful charities.
Cafe Allez will be with us again in 2022 with their vintage van, Henri: he’s a 1972 Citroën HY van.
Excellent barista style coffee, speciality teas and hot chocolate will be on sale before, during and at the end of your ride from the the wonderful team at Cafe Allez.
Big Dave has supported us since 2018 and will be back again to ease any bike niggles. He’ll do his utmost to get you back on the road as quickly as possible and only charge for parts. Based in Croxton Kerrial, No Two Cycles offers repair and servicing for all types of bicycles, including bike-fit, coaching and event support.
We are so pleased that Pip and Eamon are able to be with us again in 2022. They cook up your delicious and nutruious home cooked lunch on your return with a choice of incredible food. Included in the price of your entry
Supporting local businesswoman Caroline, we are excited to announce that she will be bringing Grity sustainable premium cycling clothing to Belles of Belvoir 2022 again. The kit is made using 100% premium Italian recycled fabric, using 100% renewable energy.
Luckily our medical support teams have usually had very enjoyable days enjoying the sunshine and home made cakes. It is however very reassuring to know that you have the support from a professional team who are out and about on the course should you need them.
Each item we buy from Tabitha UK is linked to a Cambodian craftsperson who is proudly working to lift her family out of poverty. All proceeds go to Tabitha Cambodia helping to provide dignity to former street women providing fair wages, a steady income and a caring environment.
Cycle of Good is a not for profit ethical initiative based in Stoke on Trent. They produce ethical quality goods handcrafted goods in Malawi using recycled materials such as old bicycle inner tubes and coffee sacks and even surplus lorry curtains. They train tailors in the world’s poorest places so they can earn a decent living and support their families.
British Cycling is the National Governing Body of Cycling.
Our events runs to the British Cycling Non Competitive Event Guidelines and Best Practice. We recommend that regular riders would benefit from joining British Cycling as a member for insurance benefits as well as others. Membership.
Jon Ogborne, a very talented graphic designer based in Bristol, has developed our lovely logos. Eatcake Design specialises in graphic design, website design, corporate identity design, brand building and logo design. Have a look at their portfolio of successful projects.
Duck Egg Blue is a small and friendly design studio, based near us in the lovely Vale of Belvoir. Kait and Craig mostly work with children’s publishers and games manufacturers, although they also like to support local businesses with their design needs.