The inaugural Vélo Birmingham was launched officially at the NEC Cycle Show last week following a teaser campaign that generated over 30,000 pre-registrations.
All The Latest from ITP Events Including the Lincoln Grand Prix Sportive and International CiCle Classic
Get involved in Sportives from ITP Events ahead of two of the biggest one-day cycle races in the UK, the Lincoln Grand Prix Sportive, as part of the Lincoln Festival of Cycling, and the International CiCLE Classic. in Rutland.
Few mountains carry as many accolades as Monte Grappa. No matter which of its ten ascents you choose to ride the sense that you are in a special place resonates from the start.
This end of season event is fast becoming a favourite for riders, giving you one last chance to test your summer fitness in the stunning Cotswold countryside. Featuring a completely different route to its early season sister event (the Cotswold Spring Classic), the Autumn Classic takes you north to explore the far reaches of the Cotswolds and the roads it has to offer.
Dragon Ride L'Etape Wales by Le Tour de France, one of Europe's biggest and most highly rated sportives, will return on Sunday 11th June 2017. Each autumn sees the annual rush to secure one of the limited places in this exceptional event, with riders desperate to say they have 'slayed the Dragon' over one of the four epic distances available.
Sportive HQ have been bringing great value for money events to the North Lincolnshire and South Yorkshire area for the past 2 years. Having a no frills approach to events, no medals, no goody bags, just a great days riding, professionally sign marked, awesome feed stations and great support along the way means that riders get what they want at a price less than £20.
Revolve24 the 24-hour cycling endurance challenge at the iconic motor circuit track Brands Hatch saw over 400 cyclists taking part this weekend (10 Saturday - 11 Sunday September 2016).
St Helena Hospice is calling all cyclists to join in the annual hospice Cycle Ride event on Sunday 2nd October. The cycle ride is open to all ages and abilities with four routes to choose from making it fun for all the family to join in - 5, 24, 56 or 100 miles - all starting and finishing at Monks Farm in Dedham and taking cyclists on roads through beautiful countryside.
Chris Froome, three-time winner of Le Tour de France, has been speaking about L'Etape London by Le Tour de France on Sunday 25 September. Chris is pro mentor for the event, and riders who wish to join him still have a limited opportunity to enter England's only official Le Tour de France sportive and 'have their day in yellow'.
Cyclosport's Jennifer Trotman takes on her SEVENTH Great Weston Ride, and doesn't regret it one bit.
Jason Kenny OBE has become a favourite household name as a result of his three gold wins at the Rio Olympic velodrome earlier this month. Soon after his return from the successful games, the six-time Olympic champion will be seen on another world-class circuit - this time Brands Hatch - as he takes part in Revolve 24, the 24 hour cycling endurance race in Kent on 10-11 September.
Foyle Cycling Club's annual Inishowen 100 sportive took place on Sunday 21 August with over 350 riders from all over Ireland participating. Riders from Antrim, Armagh, Ballina, Ballyclare, Belfast, Bray, Dublin, Fermanagh, Lisburn, Naas, Omagh and Westport were part of an early start from Derry's Sports Complex, before completing the circuit around Inishowen.
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. Enthusiasts won't let it die and have banded together to run the classic sportive after a one year break.
For a lot of riders their 2016 targets have been ticked off or will be shortly but they don't start the wind down too soon. With a new twist on familiar routes there's a new sportive on the block and it's some block.
Sunday 21st August saw cyclists from across the UK saddle up for the hugely popular Tour de Mon. Glorious sunshine, big crowds and breathtaking views greeted the cyclists as they took on one of the three routes, 107 miles (Mawr), 76 miles (Canol) and 42 miles (Bach).