Madeira is steep. Even in the capital, Funchal, there’s little flat and roads climb at alarming angles away from the seafront, without any concessions to the cyclist. Get out of…

Touring by bicycle is an ideal way to explore Chianti country. Gregor Brown of Cycling Weekly recommends an itinerary - and the best places to stop off for authentic food…

cycling camp training camp holiday

Warm weather training destination Tenerife has received a lot of coverage since Bradley Wiggins invited journalists to see his Tour de France prep. Does it offer the same opportunities for…

Britain's best cycling roads

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…

Konrad Manning heads to the Peak District to chase wild hogs in Kinder Velo's inaugural Sportive

Paul Harris represents CW in the Shakespeare Spring 100 in Stratford-Upon-Avon sportive

Hugh Gladstone takes on the rough stuff of the Tro Bro Leon Cyclo near Brittany

James West rides the Meon Valley Rider in Hampshire on April 7, here is how he got on...

Richard Hallett revisits one of the most iconic overseas 
cyclo-sportives, tackling the cobbles and bergs of Belgium in the Tour of Flanders sportive

Cycling Weekly’s web editor Nigel Wynn took up the challenge of riding the first in our series of sportives. His companion for the day? None other than the legendary Chris…

The clue is definitely in the name for this bracing early-season test of fitness run on some very tough roads

Regular sportiver David Else takes on the multi-road Woodcote CX Sportive

Staffer Matt Lamy talks us through the Four Shires Sportive passing through the historic Four Shire stone...

Now in its second year, the Paris-Roubaix Challenge follows the route of professional cycling's toughest race. David Else samples the notorious pavé