Due to huge demand, RideStaffs has increased the capacity of its Ride68 and INTO22 Sportives on Sunday, 3rd July 2016. Having sold out of the usual number of allocated spaces 6 weeks ahead of the event, organisers have increased the capacity to a total of 800 – but with spaces still selling fast, those wanting to take part should act fast.
Prudential RideLondon FreeCycle, part of the world’s greatest festival of cycling, returns on Saturday 30 July 2016 with an enhanced route and a new Festival Zone on the Southbank.
Monmouth MP David Davies, and 'incensed' locals have complained the extensive road closures will "imprison" people in their own homes when Velothon Wales takes place on Sunday.
The Cycle Events Organisation have announced Scott as the latest sponsor of their new Super CX race, Battle in the Bowl, on June 12th.
Cyclosport's Jennifer Trotman heads to Exeter for the Cycling Weekly Dartmoor Demon - a scenic sportive of ups, downs, some more ups, and tourists.
An exciting mix of youth and experience from across Europe will contest the 2016 Velothon Wales UCI sanctioned professional race. Sunday's 194km race takes place shortly after 12,000 amateur cyclists set off for a 140km sportive around a stunning close-road route throughout South Wales.
The benefit of Velothon Wales on the Welsh tourism industry has been revealed, with almost half of all cyclists taking part coming from outside Wales. Taking place on Sunday 22 May, this month's Velothon Wales will see around 12,000 cyclists completing a 140km closed-road route around South Wales.
Sun, sea and a Stoney beach, Brighton Rock Audax is back for the sequel Pinkie Brown Returns. It's a challenging 110km spin on an early summers day around the city of the 1947 film Brighton Rock.
Cyclosport's Jennifer Trotman drove the three and a half hours to "as far West as you can go" to enjoy the amazing scenery, food and, well, bathtubs of the Tour of Pembrokeshire.
The last few places are remaining in the toughest sportive close to the capital. The Chiltern 100 takes place on Sunday 15th May and challenges cyclists to 2,700m of climbing over 110 miles. The stunning setting of the Chilterns will test each and every rider as they take on the formidable inclines including Whiteleaf Hill and Wardrobes.