Published three times a year, the British Cycling Racing Calendar Handbooks are the essential guide to cycling events across the UK.
Following the gold medal hauls of Jason Kenny and Laura Trott at the Rio Olympics, the success of London 2012 and Bradley Wiggins becoming the first Briton to win the Tour de France, interest in cycling is booming – and British Cycling has been at the heart of this growth.
As well as being the home of the GB Cycling Team, British Cycling works at all levels of the sport, encouraging first-time riders. The sport’s national governing body has more than 100,000 members including 1,800 clubs across the UK and is involved in around 3,500 competitive events every year. It also runs Sky Ride Big Bike events.
Produced in January, April and July, the A5 full colour British Cycling Racing Calendar Handbooks provide a wealth of information on road, track, mountain bike, cyclo-cross, cycle speedway, BMX and paracycling. They also cover non-competitive events and have a dedicated Scotland section.
Delivered to the homes of 10,000 committed cyclists with British Cycling Gold membership, the British Cycling Racing Calendar Handbooks are also available online and can be purchased by both members and non-members at the British Cycling headquarters at the National Cycling Centre in Manchester.
Produced in January, April and July in A5 full colour.
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