Trails for all abilities right on London's doorstep
The Sidley London Revolution Trails event takes place on the 1st October 2022, with an iconic half marathon, marathon and 50km Ultra through the Chilterns and along the stunning Thames riverside! Whether you are new to trails or a seasoned pro, we offer something for everyone.
Your chance to explore the stunning Chiltern Hills. Famed as an area of outstanding natural beauty, our route traverses leafy woodland climbs and the meandering Thames Path towpath on route to the finish line at Windsor Racecourse.
We pride ourselves on going above and beyond to get you to the finish line. We offer training plans, pit stops stocked with food, drinks and sports nutrition, a fully-signed route, medical support and a crew cheering you on throughout. This isn’t just an event you will complete, it is an experience you won’t forget.
Take your pick! We offer a half marathon, marathon and 50km ultra marathon option, so whatever your level of experience, we have the trail for you!
We’ll be adhering to the latest Government guidelines at the time of our events in 2022 to make sure we’re keeping everyone safe. We’ve also introduced an enhanced COVID-19 refund and deferral policy so that you can book your place on our 2022 events with confidence.
Check out some testimonies of previous trail-goers who joined us on our inaugural London Revolution Trails.
Amazing event, fantastic scenery one of the best trail running I've done. The route is well marked out, puts stops are awesome and the staff are so supportive on the route round.
- Tina Willison, 2019 participant
It was my first Ultra and I was very nervous about it, but the signage was amazing, the pit stops were superb and the finish line party was great! It was tough but I loved it, thank you.
- Liz Jones, 2019 participant
It was a fantastic day on the Trails. I met some wonderful people along the way and the Theshold Crew did a fantastic job. The atmosphere was terrific at the finish in Windsor with the guys on the Mic’s and the large number of cyclists there also.
- Trevor Stow, 2019 participant