Ready for the off at the FORCE Santa Cycle

Sign up today for the FORCE Santa Cycle

The FORCE Cancer Charity Santa Cycle is back on Saturday November 27.

The festive ride is described as a must for your family calendar.

Starting at The Topsham School, the six-mile route follows the stunning Exe Estuary cycle path to Exmouth.

Riders then join a Stuart Line Cruises boat for an enjoyable trip back up the River Exe to Topsham Quay.

Mince pies, mulled wine and soft drinks are served on board as families celebrate a fun and festive ride. 

Spaces are limited to around 130 cyclists so early booking is advised.

It’s £15 for adults and just £7.50 for children.

The cost of registration includes a Santa outfit, the return trip with Stuart Line Cruises, a mince pie and a mulled wine or soft drink. All children receive a little treat at the end.

“The Santa Cycle is a huge favourite of ours as we start the festivities in the lead up to Christmas. It’s perfect for all the family,” said FORCE Fundraising Development Officer Olly Watts.

“We anticipate a great response. The opportunity to return to Topsham on a Stuart Line Cruise is what makes this event truly special. Families love it. It’s safe and fun as we encourage everyone to wear the Santa outfits we provide.”

This year’s event is sponsored by The Family Law Company.

Director Jane Chanot said: “FORCE is a charity that is close to our hearts and plays an important role for those affected by cancer in our community.

“We’re pleased to be able to support this brilliantly festive family event once more, which has been part of our city’s events calendar for nearly a decade.”

Now in its ninth year, the FORCE Santa Cycle has raised more than £30,000, which has enabled the charity to continue supporting patients and their families as they come to terms with a cancer diagnosis.

Registering for this event couldn’t be simpler. Just head to the FORCE website -

“Help us make it a real festive year by supporting your local cancer charity. Register for your place today!” said Olly.

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