The Tour of Britain celebrates its tenth anniversary this year, and with cycling more popular than ever, now is the time to get out on two wheels!
British Cycling has today announced the winners for Local Cycling Heroes, a campaign to recognise the sterling work done by grassroots volunteers across the UK.
Manchester, the home of British Cycling, was celebrating more cycling success today with the news that the city had secured £20million of funding to improve provision for cycling.
The Prime Minister has today announced he will introduce measures to ensure ‘cycle-proofing’ – British Cycling’s term for the practice of designing provision for cycling into all new roads and junctions – is common practice for councils.
Organisers reveal race route as Britain’s top cycling teams gear up for Leicester’s new elite cycle race. Organisers of the inaugural Leicester Castle Classic cycle race have revealed the route that some of Britain’s top professional cyclists will take when they contest the new city centre race on Sunday 18 August.
British Cycling is pleased to announce it will be contracting with SweetSpot Group for the delivery of the Tour of Britain from 2014, putting in place plans which will see the race become a cornerstone of the international cycling calendar.
British Cycling, in partnership with Manchester City Council and UK Sport’s Gold Event Series, today announced that tickets for November’s UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Manchester will go on general sale this Thursday 1 August 2013. Last year’s Track World Cup in Glasgow sold out for all major sessions within an hour of going on sale. Fans are encouraged to book their tickets early to avoid disappointment.