In September a fantastic new bike ride from Kilotogo, in partnership with the Railway Children charity, will take place in Ludlow. Pedals and Steam will offer two routes of 59 and 85 miles, taking in the best riding either side of the English/Welsh border.
Cyclosport's Jennifer Trotman heads to Devon for the Dartmoor Classic - one of the UK's most prestigious sportives. True to form, the event - organised by Mid Devon CC - was fantastic, however, after three previous editions is it too much of a good thing for Jennifer?
On Saturday 26 June over 800 riders took on Coast to Coast in a Day - one of the UK's toughest cycling events that sees participants tackle a 150 mile route, with over 4,500m of climbing, from Seascale to Whitby. Entry for 2016 opens next week.
Strava, the leading global community of cyclists and runners, has teamed with Garmin to elevate the real-time experience on the Garmin Edge 520, the first GPS bike computer to feature Strava Live Segments.
Worldwide attention will be on Utrecht this week as the 102nd Tour de France begins in the Netherlands. Meanwhile, 220 miles away details are being finalised for L’Etape London by Tour de France, the official legacy sportive of the world’s most prestigious cycle race.
A sold out field of 1,050 racers from 31 countries - including Cyclosport's own Nick Gregory - got to race like pros for a day at the inaugural Wear-Design GFNY Mont Ventoux on Sunday, June 28, tackling both the 'Giant of Provence' and the blistering heat.
Spectacular sunny weather and a closely fought team competition ensured that the 12th edition of the LONDON-PARIS was the hottest yet. Next year's LONDON-PARIS will take place from 26-29 May, and early bird entry is now open.
Wimbledon, Silverstone, Glastonbury... The Tour de France! Summer is well and truly upon us. During July the days are at their longest, the sun is at its hottest and the sportive calendar serves up some of its biggest and best events. Here's our perfect 10 for July.
Bike Bath is set to take place on Sunday 5 July 2015. With routes of 80m, 50m, 25m and 10m there's distances to suit cyclists of all abilities. Registration will be possible from 7am on the day, but online entry closes at 5pm on Thursday 2 July
The Midlands' own Paris-Roubaix-themed sportive, the Lapierre Tour of the Black Country returned for a second year with a slightly revised route, and Cyclosport's Sean Lacey was keen to find out if it would build on the success of the inaugural edition in 2014...