Cycling Weekly Sportive Series 2014

Cycling Weekly Sportive Series logoNews, information, photos and videos for the Cycling Weekly Sportive Series. This season we’ve added three new road events to our successful sportive series bringing the total to ten events for 2014.

Cycling Weekly Sportive Series 2014
Sunday March 16 – Wiltshire Wildcat – Salisbury Racecourse
Sunday March 30 – Surrey Hills Cyclone – Dorking, Surrey
Saturday May 3 – Dartmoor Demon – Exeter Racecourse
Sunday May 18 – South Downs Spring – Plumpton Racecourse
Sunday June 1 – The Arrow – Grantham Sports Centre NEW
Sunday June 29 – Ripon Revolution – Ripon Racecourse
Sunday August 10 – Welsh Raider – Ludlow Racecourse NEW
Saturday August 30 – Malvern Mad-Hatter – Three Counties Showground
Sunday September 28 – Slate Stinger – Penrith, Cumbria NEW
Sunday October 5 – Box Hill Original – Sandown Park Racecourse

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Box Hill Original Sportive 2014 gallery and video

Over 2000 riders took to Sandown Race Course on Sunday for the start of Cycling Weekly’s final sportive of the year, the Box Hill Original. With excellent weather set throughout…

Malvern Mad Hatter 2014 video

Malvern Mad Hatter 2014 video

With fine weather throughout the day, 1000 riders took on the Malvern Mad Hatter sportive, setting out from the Three Counties Showground in Worcestershire. Visit BookMyRide to see details of…

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Malvern Mad Hatter finishing times and RiTMO scores

Finishing times for  all riders on the Malvern Mad Hatter Sportive on Saturday, August 30, 2014, are now available to download. There’s also exclusive RiTMO scores for everyone who finished,…

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Welsh Raider – Sportive Preview

I’m joined by a world champion, although she’s not racing anymore. Katie Colclough is the events manager for SiS, Science in Sport, but until September she is also part of…

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Slate Stinger – Sportive Preview

The northern Cumbrian mountains are breathtaking, both literally and figuratively. They look beautiful in almost any weather; sunshine or showers, every rise and view seems more stunning than the last.…