CW5000 finishers medals now available to order

Ridden 5,000 miles this year? Then you can order your CW5000 finishers medal and celebrate your achievement

CW5000 finishers medal
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The CW5000 finishers medals have landed at Cycling Weekly HQ and are ready for you to order. As soon as you've completed 5,000 miles, let us know so we can add you to the 2022 finishers list, place your order, and we'll send it out to you.

>>>>Order your 2022 finishers medal here

We've kept the price the same at £9.99 and that includes postage and packaging for addresses in the UK. If you live outside of the UK please get in touch ( and we'll look at opening postage options to your country. We will have to charge a little more to cover postage cost. 

Please be aware if you live in the EU there might be some additional postage costs. These are out of our control. 

If you're new to the CW5000 you can sign up whenever you wish and include all miles ridden from January 1st. It's free to sign up, and when you do you'll be invited to the private Facebook group and be sent  two additional challenges at the beginning of each month. 

From Everesting in a month, to posting pbs on a local climb and playing the popular ride bingo, our monthly challenges are designed to inpsire your riding each month and tempt you into to doing something a little different on two wheels. 

Our CW5000 riders will help encourage and inspire you in the exclusive CW5000 Facebook group where they talk about their riding, post images and support each other as they take on the challenge. 

Simon Richardson
Magazine editor

Editor of Cycling Weekly magazine, Simon has been working at the title since 2001. He fell in love with cycling 1989 when watching the Tour de France on Channel 4, started racing in 1995 and in 2000 he spent one season racing in Belgium. During his time at CW (and Cycle Sport magazine) he has written product reviews, fitness features, pro interviews, race coverage and news. He has covered the Tour de France more times than he can remember along with two Olympic Games and many other international and UK domestic races. He became the 130-year-old magazine's 13th editor in 2015.