BEDFORD20 Finishers


In the event, an in-person race cannot take place, all registered participants will automatically be transferred to the rescheduled event.

If you are not available for the rescheduled event then you will be able to claim a credit or refund.

If you’re unable to participate but still want your medal and rewards, you may transfer your registration to the virtual event. Log into your Active account at myevents.active.com before the postal deadline, or send an email.

You have the option to protect your booking with Active Protect for a small fee. Receive a full refund of the purchase price and processing fee should you be unable to attend the event due to a specified reason, such as:

  • Injury or illness
  • Vehicle breakdown or theft
  • Adverse weather resulting in travel warnings
  • Work relocation

Please note that cover is void if the event is canceled or postponed. You will be able to select this option at the checkout stage and download the latest coverage details. Registration protection is provided by Active.com, and you should contact them directly about your policy and how to claim. This insurance policy is not offered or sold by the event and is an agreement between yourself and Active.com.


Please do not attend the event if ANY of the below applies to you:

  • You have received a positive test result
  • You are displaying symptoms for COVID-19
  • You have displayed symptoms for COVID-19 in the last 14 days, leading up to the event

Symptoms can include:

  1. A high temperature
  2. A new continuous cough
  3. A loss or change to your sense of smell
  4. Headache, muscle pains, or cold-like symptoms
  5. Diarrhea

If you have COVID-19 and the event falls within your isolation period you will be offered a deferral to the following year.

You must upload your positive test result to the Government website and send us a copy of your positive test result email/letter.

Once accepted, we will send you an invite to enter the following year's event as soon as registration opens.

You can update your address, or buy merchandise before 31st October at midnight. Simply visit myevents.active.com and select your race registration.

If you registered via let's Do This, then please contact them directly.

Visit myevents.active.com to confirm your race registration.

If you registered via let's Do This, then please contact them directly.


Runners must be at least 17 years old to run the 10-mile race, and 18 years old to run the 20-mile race.

You can make changes to your entry until 28th February 2022 at midnight by logging into your account.

The course is multi-terrain with about 80% on cycle paths with some gravel paths and the remainder on the canal towpath. We recommend you wear your normal running trainers. Runners should expect some uneven paths.

Of course, you are also welcome to raise money for a charity of your choice by asking people to sponsor you for the race, in which case you will need to contact your chosen charity for a sponsor form or to set up an online sponsorship page.

Run the Twin Lakes 20 and raise money for Willen Hospice

Our charity partner is Willen Hospice, so please consider fundraising for them.

Yes, this is a predominantly flat course and suitable for beginners.

Yes, you can transfer your place to someone else until 28th February 2022 at midnight. You can make the change [ HERE ]. Once the new runner has registered, signed the waiver, and paid the entry price the original entrant will receive a refund minus a £5 admin fee and the original booking fee.  No further changes can be made after this date.

If you entered via Let's Do This, then please contact them directly at support@letsdothis.com

No. Any runner found running with a number in another runner’s name or without a valid entry will be disqualified and may be banned from future events. This is in accordance with UKA guidelines.

We will have regular Aid Stations.

  • Aid Stations: Mile 3, 6.5, 10, 13, 16.5, and at the finish
  • Aid Stations will offer water in cups.

There will be water and coke at the finish.

The time limit to complete the 10-mile or 20-mile race will be 5 hours. This is based on 15 min/mile pace.

If a 20-mile runner does not reach the halfway point in 2.5 hours then they will be asked to withdraw from the race.

Yes, if you enter the 20-mile event and only run one lap (10-miles), then you will still get a finisher t-shirt, medal, and a 10-mile time on the results.

Enter before 28th February at midnight and we will post your number on Monday 7th March.

If you enter after this time you will need to collect your running number from the Race HQ on race day. The Race HQ will open at 08:00.

Your iTab will automatically be posted to you after the event. You do not need to do anything.

We often welcome runners from overseas to our races. You may enter online and will need to collect your running number from the Race HQ on the day of the event. The Race HQ will open at 07:00.

The race is being run under UKA rules and has permits from the Trail Running Association. The course is approximately the distance stated or slightly longer. This also assumes that the runner is following the race line at all times.


We do not recommend the use of personal MP3 players on the course as you need to be aware of other runners and to hear marshals instructions. If you do wear headphones then it’s at your own risk.

Safety pins will be available from the Race HQ.

Sorry, but there is no option to defer race entries unless stated otherwise.

Yes, we will be selling bobble hats (£10) and hoodies (£30) at the Race HQ.

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