The hugely popular Chiltern 100 sportive takes place on Sunday 31 May and looks set to reach capacity again after selling out in 2014. Entries to the event based at Bovingdon Airfield must close on Bank Holiday Monday (25 May) at 9.00 PM.
With less than three weeks to go until the start of the first NSPCC Tour of England event of 2015, the organisers have announced that British sports nutrition brand High5 will be fuelling riders as the Official Liquid Fuel & Hydration partner for the series.
A final year University of South Wales BA Graphic Communications student from Newbridge has designed the medal that will be given out to 15,000 cyclists as they cross the finishing line at the inaugural Velothon Wales sportive on 14 June 2015.
Cyclosport's Jennifer Trotman continues her season at the Wiggle Wye Valley Warrior sportive, organised by UK Cycling Events - an enjoyable ride in some stunning scenery with no shortage of climbing, including the infamous Symonds Yat.
The seventh edition of KILOTOGO's Flatout in the Fens will take place on 28 June 2015, and it’s perfect for anyone not so keen on climbing. The event turns its back on your typical sportive by not including any hill climbs and offers the original 150+ mile route.
Within hours of riders having completed the Wooler Wheel Borderlands on Saturday the entries for the next event were rolling in, along with great feedback on the first event of the year. Next up is the 209km Wooler Wheel Big’Un on 25 July 2015.
The West Country's premier challenge bike ride, the Great Weston Ride, is taking place on Sunday 19 July 2015 and it very much looks like this year's participants will be spoilt for choice when they come to set off with EIGHT routes to choose from.
The inaugural Cotswold Crank Up takes place this Sunday, 24 May at the Henry Box School in Witney near Oxford. The event is organised by Iconic Cycling Events, the team who run the well-established cycling events, Bike Oxford and Bike Bath.
The GE Chiltern Cycling Festival has recently announced it will be supporting Help for Heroes and Leonard Cheshire Disability as its chosen charities across two events this summer, taking place on 12 July and 31 August.
National charity Epilepsy Action is urging cyclists to get on their bikes and take part in the Harrogate Sportive on Sunday 19 July. The event, which offers routes of 30 and 72 miles, raises money to help support people affected by epilepsy in the UK.