The Le Mans 24 hour Cycling Event returns to the hallowed tarmac of the Bugatti motor racing circuit on 22 and 23 August 2015, and it's not too late to secure a place. Cyclosport speaks to two-time participant, Sarah Waddingham about her team's experiences.
Registration is now open for the second edition of the GFNY Italia. The event will be held on September 20, 2015 in Terracina, Lazio. GFNY Italia is an authentic Italian granfondo and the course is one of the most spectacular in all of Italy - a great late-season goal.
March 15th sees the 2015 running of Red Kite Events’ very own Spring Classic Sportive – the Shropshire Devil – and with just over one week to go, places are going fast. Starting in Minsterley near Shrewsbury, there is a choice of 48-mile and 80-mile routes.
The Col du Tourmalet has a long and illustrious history with the Tour de France. Having featured over 80 times it is the most visited mountain in the race's history. Mike Cotty and the Col Collective become the latest to traverse its slopes and show us its allure...
There are just ten weeks to go until the 19th edition of the Granfondo Internazionale Felice Gimondi-Bianchi, and to mark the occasion here are ten great reasons why you should tackle this classic Italian Granfondo…
Cyclosport's Andy Dawson travels to Kent for the Hell of the Ashdown - a legendary sportive south of London, often taking place in very cold conditions and featuring some challenging terrain. This year was certainly no exception on either front...
LikeBike Monte Carlo – “the most glamorous bicycle show on earth” – will take place 3-5 April 2015. The chance to be at such a show was too good to resist for Café du Cycliste, and as part of the show the company will be sponsoring the first Monaco NiteRace.
The Haute Route, alongside its official charity partner Team Type 1 Foundation (TT1), is calling on riders past, present and future to use their exploits on the bike this summer to raise money for a cause that is changing lives across the world.
190 riders yesterday attempted the 206km Stage 2 of Cape Rouleur 2015, however, the organisers stopped all riders at the 158km mark due to extreme temperatures that at times exceeded 46C. All riders who started will be classified as official stage finishers.
Professional cyclists, rising stars and keen amateurs lined up in the scorching South African summer heat at the start of Stage 1 of the Cape Rouleur in Franschhoek on Monday. A furious tailwind made for a fast and frenetic opening day of 124km.
Macmillan Cycletta, the UK's leading series of women-only sportives, has announced they are extending their series distances to include a shorter, 20km route option. This follows the news earlier this year that they will also offer a longer, 150km distance too.