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‚Äč2017's BHS Ride Out UK Month is supported by Equisafety, an international company specialising in sophisticated reflective sportswear.

We dedicate May to the UK’s equestrian routes; raising awareness of off-road riding and applauding the fantastic efforts of the BHS volunteers, local authorities and organisations who protect and restore multi-user routes across the UK. All while raising money for the BHS Paths for Communities Fund to help us to do more in your local area!

National TrustIn 2017 we teamed up with the National Trust to offer riders the chance to saddle up and explore beautiful scenic views over five National Trust estates, with at least one in each nation of the UK! These proved popular and we hope to run more for 2018's Ride Out UK Month!

As well as National Trust, our committees and Approved Centres are holding events across the UK to get involved! Even though Ride Out UK Month is over until next year, you can still find events near you on the BHS in your area pages.

We had a fantastic 62 events organised and more than 1000 people take part in 2017. You can download the 2017 Ride Out UK Month round up for a taste of what took place.

Access in Northern Ireland

Ride Out UK Month 2018 is just around the corner...

Want to organise an event yourself or get involved in something near you? Call 02476 840515 or contact us for more information. You'll receive 10 BHS branded hi-viz tabards* for organising an event and rosettes to hand out to your attendees. Prizes are being awarded for the most amount of money raised by an individual, group or Approved Centre. Visit our competition section for more information and full T&Cs.

Sponsored rides, clearance parties, bake-offs, poo-picks or let your imagination run wild! There are some great ways to raise money for the BHS Paths For Communities Fund to repair, restore or develop your local routes. Prizes will be handed out to the individual, group and Approved Centre who has donated the most money to the BHS.

Leave your hoof prints in equestrian history – help to restore, record or create a route by joining the community of BHS volunteers to put your area on the map! Contact us to find out more.

Whether you’re a BHS member or not, you can always make a donation to our BHS Paths for Communities Fund. Remember, these funds enable us to make a difference to the world of equestrian access.

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