UK Rhino Challenge 2024

A fun cycle orienteering event with wacky challenges for all the family.

Sunday, May 5, 2024
Pippingford Park, Nutley, United Kingdom

UK Rhino Challenge 2024

A fun cycle orienteering event with wacky challenges for all the family.

Sunday, May 5, 2024
Pippingford Park, Nutley, United Kingdom

Rhino Ark UK

Humans in Harmony with Habitat and wildlife. 

Help Rhino Ark save wildlife, safeguard communities, and protect mountain rainforest in Kenya.

What you need to know

Ticket Sales extension - Box Office open until midnight Friday 3rd May. For entries after this time please contact

What is the challenge?

Find the checkpoints on your map (GPS coordinates given too). You need to decide the best route. Checkpoints have wacky challenges for you to do, you will need a water pistol for some. There are prizes for those teams that best complete each challenge. Decide on which checkpoint to head to next, then off you go. Approximately 6 miles of off road cycling.

Who can enter?

Team size Max four:

● Families (4 is the ideal number but if your family has 3 or 5 that’s fine too)

● School friends

● Children

● Colleagues

● Adults

● Scouts

● Guides

● Anyone who wants to help conservation - A Conservation super fundraiser prize will be awarded for the most money collected.

What bike can I use?

Your bike!                         Tag-along bikes are great for parents with younger riders

Tandems are fine too       Gravel and mountain bikes are ideal                You can even use electric bikes

All cyclists MUST wear a helmet.

Indemnity forms

All team members MUST print, sign and bring an indemnity form to hand in at check in on 5th May. Please read the form carefully before purchasing your ticket.

What are conditions like?

This is a private estate with a few tarmac roads, many gravel tracks and some logging trails that you can use. There will be no motorised traffic apart from marshal vehicles so very safe cycling for all the family on closed roads.

We hope the weather will be good but watch the forecast and bring suitable waterproof clothing &/or suncream.

No dogs please, dogs and bikes don't mix well!!

What can I win?

Every competitor who visits all checkpoints will receive a medal.

Each challenge will have a prize for the team that scores the highest points.

The team that raises the most money will receive a prize.

A special prize for the youth group or school whose two best teams gain the most points on the challenges.

What facilities are there?

Bike mechanics will be on site to help sort any mechanical problems you encounter.

There is a water point to fill up your water bottles.

First Aid.                  Loos.            Parking.

What are the timings on the day?

 8.45am Site opens to competitors and spectators

  9.00am Check-in opens for competitors

You will be given:  a wrist band- must be worn all through the event, a team number- pinned to you, a punch card- cable tied to one team member’s bike, a map, a route book / programme

Scrutineering -  a sticker will be placed on your bike once it has been checked for safety.

  9.45am Team briefing including important safety notices

10.15am Start orienteering to find checkpoints and complete challenges 

  2.15pm Challenges close, all teams to return to headquarters

  3.15pm Prizegiving

  4.00pm Finish

Full terms and conditions


Pippingford Park
Nutley, East Sussex, TN22 3HW United Kingdom

Take the A22 south from Forest Row and the entrance to Pippingford is on your left after 3.8 miles.

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Inside the estate follow the signs & marshals will guide you to the parking area. 


  • Sunday, May 5, 2024 9:00 AM
  • Doors open 8:45 AM
  • Ends Sunday, May 5, 2024 4:00 PM
  • Timezone: United Kingdom Time
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