We are half way through the Cycling Weekly Sportive Series, but still have 5 great events to come

Book your next event from the Cycling Weekly Sportive Series before midnight on Sunday June 11 and get 15% off your booking.

Cycling Weekly Ripon Revolution

When: Saturday June 24
Where: Ripon Racecourse, Boroughbridge Rd, Ripon, North Yorkshire HG4 1UG

57, 77 and 100-mile route options
Online entry and more info

Enjoy the roads and scenery of Yorkshire, some of which were used by the 2014 Tour de France Grand Départ. Sweeping roads constantly surprise and amaze as the scenery unfurls before you.


Cycling Weekly Suffolk Spinner Sportive

When: Sunday July 30
Where: Otley College, Charity Lane, Otley, Suffolk
42, 62 & 93-mile route options
Online entry and more info

With the Tour de France just finished, late July is time to get away from the television and back on the bike, and what better place to do it than on the quiet roads of Suffolk. A well established event, it’ll take you through beautiful coastal towns as well as though picturesque inland villages.


The Cycling Weekly 125

When: Sunday September 10
Where: Oulton Park Circuit, Little Budworth, Tarporley, Cheshire
40, 79, 125-mile route options (and a race track only option)
Online entry and more info

Introduced last year to celebrate Cycling Weekly’s 125th anniversary, this event remains on the calendar for 2017. The 125-mile route may only have 4,747 feet of climbing, but that includes the infamous Mow Cop and it’s killer 23 per cent gradients. The finish is a timed lap of the Oulton Park Circuit, though you’re likely to struggle to match the times of the British Super Bikes competing there the following week.


Cycling Weekly Malvern Mad Hatter Sportive

malvern madhatter

When: Saturday September 30
Where: Eastnor Castle Deer Park, Eastnor, Ledbury, Herefordshire
34, 61 & 100-mile route options
Online booking and more info

The Mad Hatter visits three of England’s most beautiful counties; Gloucestershire, Worcestershire and Herefordshire, and with it both the Malverns and Cotswolds. Despite this it is not the hilliest of events, with the climb of Great Malvern the toughest of the day. The three distances range from 30 to 100 miles.


Cycling Weekly Box Hill Original

Box Hill

When: Sunday, October 8
Where: Cranleigh Showground, Surrey
30, 65 & 100-mile route options
Online booking and more info

Box Hill is a popular destination for cyclists for a number of reasons, not least the zig-zag road heading to the top and the amazing view of the surrounding countryside when you get there. This sportive takes in several other testing climbs in the vicinity, including Leith Hill and White Down.

Book before midnight Sunday June 11 and save 15%