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.
The 2009 cycling calender got under way in typical fasion with Hell of the Ashdown in Kent
On and off-road challenge that can be ridden on a variety of machines
Could this be the ultimate end-of-season challenge ride?
Ride based on a stage of the 1967 Tour de France, from Strasbourg to Ballon d’Alsace
From mountains, to valleys, to coastal routes: everything Wales has to offer
We join Brian Rourke and friends for the sixth Cat ’n’ Fiddle Challenge Ride
How to turn a deceptively hilly Hampshire jaunt into a 100-mile two-up time trial
2007 Etape du Tour lived up to its reputation as one of the ultimate challenges
Multi-day sportive offering tough terrain and beautiful West Country vistas
Hugh Gladstone was feeling down in the dumps, that was until the Richmond Meet Cyclo-Sportive rejuvenated his spirit
One of the most scenic challenge rides of the year, through the country lanes of the Garden of England
Could cycling coach and former pro Dave Lloyd rein in his competitive streak on the mountain roads of Mid-Wales?
Huw Williams takes on the Ride of the Falling Leaves around the lanes of Kent, Surrey and South London
CW goes back into the valleys for the 2006 version of the premier Welsh sportive — the Dragon Ride — with 1,000 riders, 100 miles and 3,370 metres of climbing.
James Shrubsall attempts the hardest cyclo-sportive in the world. Warning: contains scenes some may find disturbing, and mild swearing
Huw Williams samples the delights of the Etape du Dales, possibly England's toughest event