Registration has opened for The NSPCC Tour of England - a series of multi-stage tours that offer the ultimate pro-rider experience to amateur cyclists, including timed hill climbs, closed race circuit sections and unprecedented support.
Children's charity Action Medical Research will celebrate yet another successful season in the saddle with the fifth annual Champions of CycleSport Dinner, supported by ambassador Chris Boardman, on 27th November 2014.
The ninth edition of La Leggendaria Charly Gaul is the only event in Italy giving you the chance to qualify for the 2014 UCI Amateur Road World Championships. The event finishes at the summit of Monte Bondone - site of Charly Gaul's heroics in the 1956 Giro d’Italia.
Against the backdrop of the iconic Herne Hill Velodrome, Team Sky pro rider, Ben Swift, has launched the Financial Times London Sportive, which takes place on 11th May 2014. Cyclosport's Nick Gregory caught up with him for a chat after a spin on the track.
To celebrate its third year the Isle of Man CC (Cycling Challenge) is embracing all non-motorised cycles with new categories for velomobiles, tricycles, recumbents and fixies. The first 100 riders to sign up also receive a free IOMCC t-shirt.
The industrial revolution rolled out in a number of places, but Mercia can claim to be the catalyst. Taking in the UNESCO World Heritage site of Ironbridge, and with two route options to choose from, the Wiggle Motion in Mercia is a great test of early-season fitness.
Phil Spencer from TV's Location, Location, Location, is taking on the Castle RIDE100 for the fourth year in a row. The event, which takes riders through the beautiful North Downs, the Garden of England, raises money for children's charity, Action Medical Research.
With the recent weather there hasn't been much incentive to get out on the bike in what seems like months. Yet over 2,000 riders made the trip to Huntingdon Racecourse for Wiggle's season opener - 'No Excuses'. Cyclosport's Caven O'Hara was one of them.
Olympic gold and bronze medal-winning triathletes Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee are encouraging the nation to get active this summer, as the Tour de France visits their native Yorkshire.
16th March will see the running of Red Kite Events' very own 2014 Spring Classic Sportive - the Shropshire Devil. Starting outside the village Hall in Minsterley near Shrewsbury, riders can choose from 48-mile and 85-mile route options.