Just like any school holiday, it can be easy to find yourself with a little down time over the Christmas break – even amongst the endless family visits, must-see films and present opening. We’ve got ideas for your family to add a little cycling magic to the festive season (and burn off a few extra calories!).
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Ahead of the Tissot UCI Track World Cup in London this December, we got the inside scoop on what it really involves being a elite track cyclist from two-time Olympic champion and Breeze Champion Joanna Rowsell Shand.
Finding a destination that meets the expectations of everyone in your cycling club can be tough. Organising the booking can be even tougher. Whether you’re looking for great climbs, luxury accommodation, bars and restaurants or scenic views, you’ll find Monchique is the place for you.
From epic downhills to off road mountain biking, you’ll never be short of entertainment on a cycling holiday. Find out where you need to travel to experience the ultimate adventure-filled cycling trips yourself.
Another unpredictable British summer is just around the corner which means the annual decision has to be made: take your chances in the UK or grab the swimming trunks and head for the sun? To make your life easier, here are the top five most popular cycling holiday destinations for you and your family.
Famous climbs, iconic views and the chance to follow in the path of Tour legends; here are five of the most popular destinations for experienced riders.
Barmby Moor cyclist Val French has been described as ‘inspirational’, ‘passionate’ and ‘exceptional’ after leading her 500th HSBC UK Breeze ride for women