The cost of the weekend is currently £40. That covers breakfast on both the Saturday and Sunday mornings, and the ride fees. We use a pub that's got a campsite beside it and also good shower and toilet facilities. Riders pay for their accommodation separately with the landlord direct, or I know that number of them actually use local B&Bs
In terms of contribution to the community - my estimate is that over the weekend about £10,000 went into the local economy. And in addition to that there are employment opportunities created in the pub which was very busy both Friday and Saturday evenings. That £10,000 is made up of food, petrol, campsite fees, B&B accommodation, which for 65 participants plus the run leaders actually adds up.