The most northerly part of Britain, the Scottish Highlands, are wild and vast. Even better, they’re almost completely deserted. With bike in tow, we headed to the north-west Highlands and found some of the best cycling roads in the country
Shaun Beevor recounts his experience riding the 100% Tondo sportive in Spain
Ian Parr takes to his vintage steel steed and rides in the inaugural L'Eroica Britannia in the Peak District
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What better way to end a week cycling around the amazing and beautiful attractions of Israel than with a stopover in Jerusalem, to see the sights of this most revered of religious cities?
Hannah Holden discovers rural tranquility and no end of places to refuel south of Britain’s second-largest city
Andy Lulham undertakes the challenge of traversing all eight of arduous ascents of Leith Hill in Surrey
Portmeirion in north Wales was the setting for late-Sixties TV show The Prisoner, in which a British agent leaves his job and — in very mysterious circumstances — finds himself stripped of identity and under perpetual surveillance in a strange seaside community. CA’s freelance am-dram luvvie Matt Lamy pays a visit and slips straight into character — in the lead role, naturally
It’s as though the roads of Corsica were made especially for cyclists. Dramatic coastline routes, azure seas, sweeping bends, rugged mountains and chestnut forests: the island offers a continent’s worth of riding variety, discovers John Walsh
Positioned on the border between England and Wales, Hay-on-Wye waits expectantly for cyclists to explore
The French Resistance Sportive is uniquely awesome. You start in England in the morning, spend a day enjoying the scenery of Nord-Pas-de-Calais in France, and finish back in Blighty by nighttime
Andy Lulham takes to the New Forest for a one-off ride with the professionals from the American Garmin-Sharp team
Cut off behind army prohibition lines in the stark landscape of Salisbury Plain lies a derelict village redolent of childhood adventures
New adventure cross event taking in 44- and 62-mile routes around the Lake District on Sunday, October 6 2013
Janet Coulson explores a friendly corner of the Cairngorms that is bristling with great riding and superb scenery — not to mention some fine whisky in the form of the Speyside Malts
Just a small chunk of MK’s 200-mile cycle network with a mix of traffic-free towpaths, bridges and tunnels
Taking a foreign bike trip needn’t mean long-haul flights and logistical burdens. Why not hop across the Channel to Brittany — a region with huge scope for great cycling?
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