Super Cross meets King's Cross in November as the Rapha offroad series returns for another year, and the now traditional London round is set to take over Granary Square.
For the past two years the final round has been held at Alexandra Palace in North London, but the event goes urban for 2015, with a course in and around the Central Saint Martin's College campus.
Obstacles for the race will be designed by architecture students at the college and will be placed around the famous campus and near Granary Square's fountains.
Rounds one and two of the series will be held in the grounds of the 14th Century Shibden Hall in Yorkshire on the October 17 and 18, before the action heads south on November 14.
Rapha reports there will be racing for all age groups, from the under eights to the over 50s, but if riding in the mud isn't your game then there will be plenty of food and drinks facilities on offer to create a good atmosphere.
Visit the Rapha website for more information on the series and how to get involved.
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