Ronde Van Calderdale (April 7)
If you are the cyclist who watches the pros fight each year over Paris-Roubaix paving stones and says, "I want a piece of it", Here is your chance. This Yorkshire event features several challenging cobblestoned climbs, including the frighteningly steep Old Lane, which has a 22% slope, and wild Shibden Hill (800m), with an average of 15%. The event 2019 has two distances between – 122 km and 80 km.
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De Yorkshire Ride Tour (May 5)
The Amateur Tour de Yorkshire is the same day as the third stage of the Pro Event, with each of the three athletes (short 50.4 km, Mean 78.6 km and 123.3 km long), which follow similar routes to the four-day elite race. Amateurs also have the chance to jump the same home straight as the pros and then look at the elites.
Register | £ 45- £ 49.50
Fred Whitton Challenge (May 1
This 183-kilometer Lake District athletic circuit is not for the faint-hearted, with 11-hour finish times not unusual for the average rider. The route seems to cram on every hill in the Lake District, with a particularly awkward 30 degree drop at 158km waiting for riders. The popularity of the event means that a ballot is used to determine who gets a seat, with the lottery open from January 7th to January 17th .
TBC (£ 60 in 2018)
Etape Caledonia (19 May)
The drivers of this spectacular Scottish sportsman get 137 km (137 km) of closed roads in the Highlands. Of course, there are some crazy climbs to overcome, but the breathtaking views undoubtedly make them worthwhile. There is also a shorter 40-mile ride available if the full route sounds a bit daunting.
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Dragon Ride (June 7-9)
It does not matter which of the four distances you choose in this South Wales sporting sport, you should expect some steep climbs. Choose your route carefully as it ranges from 100km to the truly epic 300km dragon devil. If the event is not enough for you, there is also a timed King / Queen of the Mountains.
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Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 (3rd-4th August)
The ballot for the largest calendar of sporting events in the UK calendar is now open and will run until Friday, January 4th, through April 5th Clock or up to 80,000 submissions have been received, whichever comes first. The 161-kilometer circuit offers cyclists a unique opportunity to cycle on closed streets in central London, including a legendary finish in the mall and some of the toughest climbs in the Surrey Hills.
Give ballot | £ 69
Bealach Mor (August 31)
Here's a little thing that every avid British cyclist should know. Bealach na Bà is the largest slope of the country and rises in just 9 km 626 m above sea level. The 145-kilometer track on this athletic track around the Applecross Peninsula is one of the toughest you can sign up for, but it's also one of the most spectacular. There is also a 69 km long route.
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From London to Brighton (September 15)
The 87-kilometer route from London to Brighton should be taken by cyclists at least once in their lifetime, and there is no better way than doing this charity cruise Route is clearly marked and well supported, with four fixed mechanical auxiliary points. If you feel like taking a break and refueling before heading to the coast, there is even lunch at the 46-km buffet. The event brings together a lot of money each year for a wide range of charities, with 2019 mainly being Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Login | £ 50 plus £ 150 fundraising