Cape Wrath Certificate

Cape Wrath Certificate

Cape Wrath is the most North Westerly point of the British mainland and one of it's most remote roads. In the late 1940s, Cycling’s touring correspondent, Rex Coley established the Cape Wrath Fellowship, for riders who had made it to the Cape with their bikes. 


If you're looking for recognition of your membership of this distinctive fellowship then order your personalised certificate and patch below. 


As the administrators of the Cape Wrath Fellowship, Cycling UK look after the register of members. To add your own name to this exclusive club, upload your proof of completing the ride (the required evidence is a picture of you and your bike by the lighthouse).


Include your name and date of completion and choose from the dropdown menu below either a personalised certificate with patch (£5) or just personalised certificate (free) and once we have verified whether you made it to Cape Wrath we will send your choice over to you.


The Cape Wrath Fellowship certificate and patch were designed and drawn by Stefan Amato for Cycling UK. Stefan Amato retains ownership of the drawings and illustration work.


Cycling UK aims to send certificates and patches out in batches once a month, which may mean there are some delays in delivery from the time you order.

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