Despite contrary statement from a sponsor, National Trust Sportive on July 3 at Kingston Lacey is to go ahead as planned.
Top cycling clothing brand Rapha is planning a series of rides around the world in support of the victims of the recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Sunday (March 20) sees an event in London and Rapha will match riders donations.
The company behind the ‘posh’ London-Paris cyclosportive have revealed another event for 2011. HotChilee’s Alpine Challenge offers four ‘Tour de France’ stages in the, erm, Alps and should be awesome.
TV presenter Davina McCall has teamed up with children’s charity Action Medical Research to launch a women-only ride this May
With the Schleck brothers, Andy and Frank, plus Fabian Cancellara on its roster Team Trek-Leopard should be at the head of the peloton in many of this year’s big races. And the bikes are looking good too.
Children’s health charity Action Medical Research launches RIDE24, the UK’s only 24-hour cycling endurance track event, with a new venue for 2011.
World Champion Time Triallist, Emma Pooley, has been recognised with a top award by the British sports media. She was one of the award winners at the 62th annual British Sports Awards, a star-studded gala lunch staged on 8 December at The Brewery in London by the Sports Journalists’ Association and sponsored by UK Sport.
Monday December 13, sees the official launch of the Gran Corsa d’Italia – a chance for 200 amateur riders to ride the route of next year’s Giro d’Italia and raise money for The Prostate Cancer Charity. In an exclusive sneak preview Laura Fletcher caught up with Rapha Condor Sharp team manager John Herety while team rider Kristian House tried out the climb up Mount Etna.
It’s that time of year again. The BBC has revealed it’s shortlist for the Sports Personality of the Year awards and Team High Road’s Mark Cavendish has made the top 10 for the second year running…
The first ever Champions of CycleSport Gala dinner, held on Thursday November 18 at the Emirates Stadium in London was a huge success – raising over £62,000 for children’s charity Action Medical Research (AMR). The charity’s supporters were joined by cycling stars including AMR ambassador Olympic champion Nicole Cooke, former world record holder and Olympic champ Chris Boardman, Tour de France riders David Millar and Geraint Thomas and Team Sky chief Dave Brailsford.