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A Trail Break MTB Event

From the creators and home of Dirty Santa MTB

Sign up today and get priority entry to this years Dirty Santa MTB!

It may be a way off, but Dirty Santa MTB gets more popular every year, and is a guaranteed sell out again for 2021! So if you enter the Staycation Trail today, you’ll get access to sign up Dirty Santa MTB before it goes on public sale. We’ll send you a private entry link up to a week before general sale opens, so you can guarantee your place on the ride of the year!

The Surrey Hills Staycation Trail: No Getway? No Problem! Get your holiday vibe on in the saddle!


Breaks abroad may be hard to to come by this year, so we’re bringing the holiday vibe to your local trail ride on the Surrey Hills Staycation Trail. Leave behind the lycra, put Strava on Out Of Office, and go full on Hawaiian shirts, board shorts and big, stupid grin for a summer blast on some of our favourite trails, then chill with a burger and a cool drink back at the finish!


As ever, you ride will come fully signposted and supported, with route maps and GPS to help you find your way too, rider timing, light refreshments and full catering & BBQ back at the event HQ.





Tillingbourne School, Chilworth


Get into gear for the Staycation Trail – Hawaiian shirts and holiday attire are the order of the day. Or at least your loudest, lairiest cycling jersey. Extra style points for water wings, snorkels and flippers!*

*(Maybe not the flippers…)

Surrey Hills Staycation Trail MTB 2021 – Ride Results

Thanks to everyone who rode the event this year – we hope you had a great day! Here’s the full, searchable results list.

No.NameCategoryCourseRide TimeAward
A38Alan FoxM40-4948km3h 14m 10sGold
A119Alan TomlinsonM40-4940km3h 42m 23sBronze
A116Alexander TaskerMU1431km3h 34m 47s
A91Amanda NewmanF50+ E48km3h 24m 49sGold
A114Andreas TalbottM18-3948km4h 42m 33sBronze
A66Andrew KeeleyM50+48km3h 25m 13sGold
A77Andrew MartinM50+ E48km4h 27m 35sBronze
A97Andrew ParrM60+48km3h 55m 28sSilver
A107Andrew ShelleyM40-4940km3h 06m 35sSilver
A111Andrew SpringerM50+48km3h 47m 30sSilver
A112Andrew SteventonM50+48km3h 46m 28sSilver
A7Andy BishopM50+31km4h 08m 52s
A46Andy GrimesM18-3940km3h 12m 04sSilver
A92Barnabas OrdogM40-4931km3h 19m 13s
A23Barry CookM50+48km2h 47m 45sGold
A12Ben BruntM40-4931km1h 52m 34sGold
A20Ben ChapmanM50+48km3h 33m 58sGold
A35Bruce FergusonM60+48km3h 54m 30sSilver
A26Charlie CooperM18-3948km4h 11m 54sBronze
A53Chris HemsM40-4948km4h 07m 34sSilver
A40Christopher GearyM60+40km3h 31m 48sSilver
A68Christopher LakeM50+40km3h 37m 11sSilver
A120Christopher ToonM40-4948km4h 07m 37sSilver
A94Clive ParkerM50+ E48km3h 03m 43sGold
A109Clive SmithM60+48km4h 26m 09sSilver
A104Colin RobertsonM40-4948km3h 40m 38sSilver
A44Craig GravettM18-3940km3h 43m 31sBronze
A47Dan GuilliattM40-4948km4h 33m 11sBronze
A95Dan ParkerM18-39 E48km3h 03m 01sGold
A78Dane MartinM60+40km3h 42m 08sSilver
A63Daniel JordanM50+48km4h 09m 29sSilver
A27David CowanM50+48km3h 04m 30sGold
A62David JohnsonM60+48km3h 18m 00sGold
A126Deb WheelerF60+40km3h 29m 05sSilver
A14Gary BullM18-3948km2h 45m 49sGold
A59Gary JacobsM50+40km3h 38m 54sBronze
A102Gary PriestleyM50+ E40km3h 29m 05sBronze
A108Gary SherwinM50+40km3h 42m 23sBronze
A29Graeme DacombM60+48km2h 48m 46sGold
A106Guy SellwoodM50+48km3h 47m 31sSilver
A90Hendrik NelM18-3948km2h 30m 09sGold
A70Ian LewinM50+31km4h 08m 40s
A115Jack TalbottM40-4948km4h 42m 30sBronze
A48James GwytherM40-4948km2h 53m 22sGold
A72Jason LiggettM40-4940km4h 01m 25sBronze
A51Jeremy HartillM50+48km2h 58m 11sGold
A56Jim HouseM60+48km2h 57m 51sGold
A105John RomerM60+48km4h 26m 11sSilver
A132John WoodcockM40-49 E40km2h 49m 00sSilver
A34Jon FarrellM40-4948km3h 11m 08sGold
A117Julian TaskerM40-4931km3h 34m 49s
A3Karan AndrewsF50+48km3h 09m 21sGold
A133Karl YoungM50+48km4h 11m 58sSilver
A79Katherine MartinFU16 E48km4h 27m 40sBronze
A49Kenny HaireM60+48km4h 17m 39sSilver
A96Laura ParkerF50+ E48km3h 02m 38sGold
A42Lee GoddardM50+40km2h 35m 50sGold
A43Louise GoddardF40-49 E40km2h 35m 47sGold
A21Martin ChuterM60+48km3h 15m 14sGold
A10Michael BrownM40-4931km1h 53m 19sGold
A58Michael HumbrachtM18-3948km3h 21m 57sSilver
A22Neil ClapsonM50+48km3h 23m 48sGold
A64Neil KaemenaM18-3931km3h 19m 28s
A100Neil PlantM40-4948km3h 40m 38sSilver
A33Nicholas EvansM18-3948km3h 34m 52sSilver
A1Nick AllenM50+48km3h 09m 41sGold
A52Patrick HaveronM40-4940km3h 42m 06sBronze
A5Paul BedfordM50+40km3h 27m 55sSilver
A55Paul HopkinsM60+48km3h 49m 05sSilver
A67Paul KeyM40-4940km3h 16m 59sSilver
A103Peter RichardsM60+48km3h 39m 04sGold
A2Richard AllenM60+ E48km3h 18m 16sGold
A71Richard LewisM40-4948km3h 39m 54sSilver
A80Richard MasonM60+48km3h 07m 21sGold
A98Richard ParsonsM40-4948km2h 48m 51sGold
A11Rob BrowneM50+48km3h 17m 25sGold
A123Rob WainwrightM40-4948km3h 58m 32sSilver
A121Robbie TrowerM40-4948km3h 23m 57sGold
A93Robert PalmerM40-4940km3h 57m 33sBronze
A118Robert TobinM40-4948km4h 07m 00sSilver
A122Rupert UptonM50+48km3h 28m 52sGold
A125Russell WellsM40-4948km3h 37m 26sSilver
A89Ruth MurrayF18-3931km4h 14m 11s
A28Scott CrooksM18-3948km2h 30m 12sGold
A13Shane BuckleyM18-3940km3h 39m 17sBronze
A30Simon DellerM40-4948km4h 27m 44sBronze
A45Simon GreigM40-4948km3h 58m 10sSilver
A50Simon HartM40-4948km3h 08m 39sGold
A99Simon PhillipsM40-4948km2h 50m 12sGold
A19Stephen CarsonM50+48km3h 05m 54sGold
A69Stephen LanghurstM50+ E48km3h 46m 25sSilver
A124Steve WebbM40-49 E40km2h 49m 04sSilver
A60Steven JacobsM50+40km3h 38m 47sBronze
A81Stewart McintoshM40-4948km3h 39m 58sSilver
A36Sue FergusonF60+48km3h 54m 33sGold
A82Tammie McneillF40-49 E48km3h 03m 42sGold
A25Toby CoolesM50+31km5h 04m 39s
A128Trev WilkinsM40-4948km3h 15m 13sGold
A65Tristan KaemenaMU1431km3h 19m 27sBronze
A24Wayne CookM50+48km2h 55m 45sGold
A6Will BichenoM40-4948km2h 14m 46sGold

Short Route



8:15am – 9:30am

Mid Route


Start Time

8:30am – 10:00am

Full Route


Finish Time

Event Centre closes 3:30pm

Start Location

Tillingbourne Junior School
New Rd, Chilworth,
Guildford, GU4 8NB

Riding the Surrey Hills

Starting on the fringes of the Surrey Hills, this ride takes you into their very heart and back out again, to explore a mix of the most popular tracks and hidden gems!

The Surrey Hills are one of the most popular MTB destinations in the UK. But in recent years, the focus on a small number of man made trails has led many to forget just what a great mix of open trail riding the area has to offer! Let the Bramley Trail Ride show you some of the best. Roll out on fast tracks from the picturesque village of Chilton into some of the very best riding in the south east, you’ll enjoy a series of climbs, descents with enough technical spice to keep things interesting, plus sweeping views and beautiful scenery. This ride will be designed to make the most of the summer conditions, to create a ride to really enjoy!

Event Logistics

On the Ride

Once you’re ready to start, report to the start / finish area with your timing chap strapped to your ankle. Listen to the short briefing and ride across the timing mat as directed. As you go around the route, you will find bright orange signs and ribbons to follow. At route divide points, you will find yellow signs showing you which way to go to follow the Full, Mid or Short routes. These should guide you around the whole route, but use your map if you think you have strayed off course or have a problem with the route navigation. There are also emergency contact numbers on the edge of your map. Ride safely at all times, and remember that you are on public rights of way and roads. This is not a race, so please ride appropriately, and be friendly and polite to other trail users you meet. At the end of the ride, pass over the timing mat once again, and hand in your timing chip. For those interested in there ride time, these will be available on the computer screen at the finish.

Entry on the Day

You can enter the event on the day, (pending availability*) although there is a small surcharge so pre entering is recommended. Just arrive before the end of the registration period and pay at the desk.

*Check for status updates at the top of the page for latest news of of changes in on the day availability.


Go to the registration desk on your arrival. If you’ve pre-entered via the internet or posted your entry, you’ll have a bike number and / or timing chip on an ankle strap to collect at the desk. If you haven’t pre-entered, pay at the desk and a chip/number will be allocated to you. Collect your colour A4 map at registration also. Next, get yourself ready to ride.

Following the Route

Follow the orange signs and orange ribbons (you will shown samples of these at the ride briefing) regardless of which route distance you are riding. Everybody follows orange. At route divide points, you will see a set of yellow signs, with “Full Route”, “Mid Route” or “Short Route” written on them, pointing in different directions. At this point, follow the right sign for the route you are riding. Once you get beyond the route divide point, you will start following orange signs and ribbons again.

(Please note, in spite of our best efforts, signs can go missing or be tampered with during the course of the day. Make sure you pick up a copy of the route map at event registration, and carry it with you for use if needed. We also send out GPS files to all pre entries prior to the event, so if oyu want ot have the route on your phone or GPS device, sign up online now!)

Food and Drink

Hot and cold food and drink and snacks will be available to purchase from the event centre before and after the ride. (Including our ever popular home made chilli!)