In the sixth instalment of our sportives series we hear from Diane Gollop, who last week took part in the White Rose Classic sportive with her daughter Liz.
From Olympic Champion to Breeze Champion, Joanna Rowsell Shand shares her experience of becoming a qualified ride leader with HSBC UK Breeze.
In the fifth part of our sportive series, Jacinta Jolly takes the plunge and tries riding clipless in preparation for the Tour d’Arts Alive sportive.
Come behind the scenes at the HSBC UK National Cycling Centre and get to know Team Breeze as the young female riders train to compete on road and track.
Becki Morris is delighted that the double Olympic champion has committed to helping get even more women into cycling for fun and fitness.
Becki Morris, British Cycling’s Women’s Project Manager shares the importance of everyday role models and why we need them now, more than ever.
In the fourth part of our sportives series, Nina Jensen shares her top tips for tackling the climbs of the Haydon Hundred.
Matt Rudd looks at how cycling and art have a lot in common, and shares work by some of his favourite cycling artists.
In the third part of our sportives series, we caught up with Helena Bowman as she tackled the Belles of Belvoir 70 miler.
To mark Volunteers’ week 2017, we’re speaking to some of our volunteers who have been recognised for their achievements. Here is Ride Leader Junaid’s story.
This year we are giving Father Christmas a helping hand, with a simple guide to the very best gifts for a young rider.
Make the learn to ride journey work for you, with quick and easy games that will fit into family time.
For family fun, try a traffic-free cycle route at the weekend. Here are our tips on finding one that goes with a swing.