Riders head to damp Devon for 'Moor' suffering
The spectacular Beast but this year for different reasons- horrific weather failed to dampen 1000 cyclists spirits
A well judged route and exclusive royal setting gives this event the potential to blossom into one of the most popular sportives in the country.
Claire Beaumont experiences the legendary spring classic in Belgium.
A chilled and picturesque event that took riders of all abilities on an excellent course around the New Forest.
Riders criss-cross on a decepitively hilly course through the archetypal English hedgerows and out onto the quiet undulating roads of Surrey, East Sussex and Kent
Cycling Weekly pays a visit to South Wales for the Tour of the Black Mountains
Riders tackle the giants of the Surrey Hills in one of five new events for Action Medical Research.
The action packed, scenic York 100 took Cycling Weekly on a loop to the coast and back.
Riders attack a 'tougher than expected' course with severe climbs, quiet roads and stunning scenery.
Riders hit the road for Rapha's first summer Sportive
The Manchester 100 charity event proved a sportive need not be a suffer-fest for a sense of achievement.
The Southern Sportive has managed to pull off great weather every year and with a clear blue sky and a lovely autumn sun, it looked like they had done it…
Hardy cyclists battled their way through wind and rain and the climbs of the Scottish Borders in memory of Ken Laidlaw.
Cycling Weekly rides a classic Italian event
The 12-hour champion and 2008 BBAR runner-up rides the lanes west of Cambridge as he builds up to his Old Skool TT series
Team Sabbath-Claytan take you along on a team-building day around a picturesque Staffordshire loop
An intrepid group of British Cycling Weekly readers take on the monstrous Italian Gran Fondo
Army troop sergeant Duncan Urquhart is back on his bike with the Endura RT after two years away from the racing scene with his First Royal Tank Regiment in Iraq
One of the toughest sportives in Britian, the Etape du Dales, is not an event for the feint-hearted
The Lakeland Loop is famous for its stunning scenery and gruelling hills. This is what makes it one of Britains biggest sportive test.
The 2009 cycling calender got under way in typical fasion with Hell of the Ashdown in Kent
The Raleigh-sponsored team is back and better than ever with new bikes, exciting objectives and a cunning plan
The cycle chains sportives are designed to appeal to anyone who enjoys riding their bike
Kinesis rider Kit Gilham shows you a circuit from Damflask near Sheffield to the Derbyshire Peak District