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Over £750,000 raised since the first challenge in 2013

The venue for the Pedal Taiwan Nine Hour Challenge is the Knoll House Hotel in Studland Bay, Dorset.

By Car

About two hours from the west of London but allow a good three hours on Friday afternoons.  From London take the M3 - M27 (West) - A31 - A338 route to Bournemouth. Do not let the ship symbol road signs lure you into Poole for the cross channel ferries! Follow signs to Canford Cliffs then Sandbanks for the chain ferry across the mouth of Poole Harbour; every 20 mins, 7a.m. - 11 p.m. - busy on sunny weekends.  Click here to view a detailed map and an alternative route.

Sat Nav

The postcode of the hotel is BH19 3AH but the hotel suggests that you do not use this if you plan to come via the Sandbanks Chain Ferry. Some systems do not recognise ferries and tolls and will send you via Wareham. The most sensible postcode to use is BH13 7QJ, the nearest one to the Sandbanks Ferry.  

By Train

A fast train service from Waterloo to Wareham takes just two hours.  The hotel is then 10 miles away by local taxi. The hotel recommends booking a taxi in advance as at busy times they can be in high demand. JJ Taxis are a good local firm (01929 427755).  For train times, please visit the national rail website