One of the UK’s most prestigious sportives, the Dragon Ride, will return on Sunday 5 June 2016. Four epic routes will be available to choose from, including the new 100km Macmillan 100, which is expected to be a popular choice with riders new to the event.
Cyclosport Deputy Editor, Nick Gregory travels to France to take part in the inaugural edition of the GFNY Mont Ventoux. Attracting over 1,000 participants from 30 different countries, the event offered two routes both culminating with an ascent of 'The Giant of Provence'.
Earlier this week in the small village of Serre Chevalier in the French Alps, American actor and Tag Heuer ambassador, Patrick Dempsey set himself an extraordinary challenge. The question is, will we see Dempsey on the start line of the Haute Route in 2016?
If there’s one mountain that strikes fear into the heart and soul of cyclists the world over it’s Mont Ventoux. While the ascent from Bédoin garners most of the limelight, delve a little deeper and you’ll find a certain serenity that may well be unexpected...
Sunday 23 August saw over 1,600 cyclists saddle up to tackle one of the three rides on offer at the Tour de Mon sportive. The event marked the start of the Ride Anglesey festival, a two-week celebration of cycling culminating with the Tour of Britain starting on the island.
Seven months after entries sold out, a record field gathered in the race village in downtown Nice at the weekend, signing on to start the most anticipated edition of the Haute Route yet. The event is due to finish in Geneva on Saturday, 29th August.
The Southern Sportive - the original South Downs sportive - celebrates its 10th edition on 13th September 2015. Entry for this year's event is still open, so sign up today and conquer one of the UK's classic sportives.
Crowds lining the streets of Toulouse cheered a 400-strong peloton to the finish line of the hardest ever edition of the Haute Route Pyrenees at the weekend. The weary but elated riders had tackled more than 800km and 20 iconic Pyrenean mountain summits.
This year's Paris-Nice winner and Team Sky rider Richie Porte will be opening The Cycle Show 2015 at the NEC Birmingham on Friday 25th September. Porte will join Jens Voigt, Sean Kelly, Stephen Roche and Magnus Backstedt in an all-star line-up.
On 6 September 2015 the GSD Giant will sweep through the picturesque lanes of West Sussex and Hampshire in support of local charity, the AGSD-UK. There are three routes of 30, 62 and 100 miles plus a last minute discount so what are you waiting for...