Double Olympic champion Dame Kelly Holmes MBE, fresh from the London Marathon, will ride the inaugural Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 46 on Sunday 31 July as she continues her quest to raise £250,000 for five charities: The Dame Kelly Holmes Trust, Hospice in the Weald, Myeloma UK, Pickering Cancer Centre and Mind UK.
Following the sad demise of KiloToGo sportives, Velo29, organisers of the Tour of the Pennines, have taken over ownership of the Cheshire Cat and Tour of the Peak for 2017.
Riders have until 10am on Tuesday 21st June to secure their place in this year's Telegraph London Cycle Sportive powered by Maserati. It's three routes of 48, 104 and 166 kilometres have received rave reviews in previous year's, with the much loved timed lap of the Herne Hill Velodrome returning as the finale.
Cyclosport's Sean Lacey rides the Cyclists Fighting Cancer Sportive in Stratford on Avon as a bonus after a friend in unable to make it. Here's what he thinks...
Cyclosport's Sean Lacey returns to a local sportive to see how it's changed from it's first year as a club ride to its current incarnation as a fully fledged sportive.
Jennifer Trotman braves the hills, cold weather and VW Campervans to take part in the War themed Taunton Flyer.
Often featured in Top 5 Late Season sportive lists the Autumn Epic is back to claim its premier spot amongst the increasingly corporate dominated events calendar.
This year will be the second year that SportiveUK have visited Suffolk for the Suffolk 100, taking place on June 19th in Kesgrave, "We had such a great time last year, people were so friendly and we had a record on the day turnout, despite a months worth of rain falling the day before".
Olympic cycling champion and amateur jockey, Victoria Pendleton is calling on the public to get on their bikes to raise funds for the seriously ill patients at Great Ormond Street Hospital.
The circa 4,000 cyclists that arrived at Margam Park on Sunday morning would have been forgiven for thinking they'd ended up in Pau or Bourg D'Oisan rather than Port Talbot. Such was the transformation of the venue for the 2016 Dragon Ride L'Etape Wales by le Tour de France that it was hard to distinguish it from the start town of a mountain stage of the world's most famous cycling event.