Just under a thousand riders turned out for the inaugural edition of the Cycling Weekly Malvern Mad Hatter cyclo-sportive on Sunday, September 1, in Worcestershire.
Chris Boardman joined riders on the short route, before returning to the finish line to hand out finishers' medals, meets fans and talks through the latest models in the Boardman Bikes range.
Tracy Barber from Sidcup was the lucky rider to receive the exclusive, one-off Boardman Mad Hatter jersey.
Rider photos for the event are available now from www.sportivephoto.com. Just use your rider number to search for your images.
Rider finishing times are available via the UK Cycling Events website now >>
The next event in the Cycling Weekly 2013 sportive series is the Box Hill Original, on Sunday October 13, starting and finishing at Epsom Race Course. Three routes are on offer: 44, 80 and 103-mile loops around the quiet Surrey lanes including an ascent of the iconic Olympic road race climb of Box Hill. Enter the Box Hill Original now >>
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