All Points North is a self-supported, ultra-distance, endurance cycling event.
Riders will set off from our event HQ on Thursday 2nd June with the challenge to ride to 10 control points spread around the north of England and return to event HQ for a finisher’s meal at 8pm on Sunday 5th June. Riders are able to choose their own route around the checkpoints and can either ride solo or as a pair. Once out on the road, riders have to be completely self-sufficient, are unable to accept support from anyone and must follow the event rules.
The deadline for applying to ride APN22 has now passed but keep an eye out on our website later in the year for when entries will open for APN23.
Who's riding APN22?
This year there are 100 riders:
- 30 rookies
- 50 solos
- 10 pairs
You can see who’s riding by visiting the APN22 Riders page.
2-6 June 2022
Start & Finish in Sheffield
10 Checkpoints | Free route
SUPPORTERS OF APN22
A big thank you to our supporters.
Want to know what it’s like to ride All Points North?
Filmmaker Markus Stitz followed Kinesis rider Rupert Robinson’s attempt at the 2021 All Points North event, documenting Rupert’s huge ride from start to finish.
Rupert set himself the goal of completing the 1000km ride across Northern England in less than 60 hours! Watch the video to see how Rupert fared.