605km cycling event starting from Bispham, Lancashire. Controls at Shap, Carlisle, Abington, Paisley, Abington, Carlisle and Carnforth. Late season 600 km Audax event from Lancashire to Glasgow and back, following a mixture of A + B roads. Riders should note that the Blackpool illuminations will be on.
Road Cycling Events in Blackpool
A 302km cycling event starting from Pendleton, Lancashire. A clockwise circuit of northern England, with the ascent to the summit of Great Dun Fell, Britain's highest paved road at 847m the 'highlight' of the ride!
The Forest of Bowland Sportive is a tough early-season test for the legs with over 8,000ft of climbing to tackle but you will be given just reward with superb sights and scenery as the Cumbria sportive rolls through two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
A 205km cycling event starting from Pendleton, Lancashire. Route heads from Lancashire into the Yorkshire Dales to climb Park Rash over to Middleham. Then a choice of route to Kirkby Stephen before returning to Pendleton through Ribblesdale and the Ribble Valley.
In its first year, the temptingly titled West Coast Fish and Chip Ride takes you from city to sea, exhibiting some of the best of Bowland en route. With one or two tough climbs to test you, and perhaps more pertinently work up an appetite, we will make sure that you are well rewarded for your efforts once you reach the coast! A tasty and well-earned portion of fish and chips right on Lytham Green awaits the riders who tackle this brand new sportive. Theres nothing quite like lunch by the sea!
609km cycling event starting from Clitheroe, Lancashire. Controls at Ripon, Robin Hood's Bay, Stokesley, Barnard Castle, Hexham, Langwathby, Seascale and Carnforth.
4th time running of this very popular, 612 km Audax event through the Pennine chain. Entries so far: 54. Last updated: 24.06.2017 EVENT NOW STARTS AND FINISHES IN WEST BRADFORD, LANCASHIRE!
A 1002k Audax cycling event through the Pennine chain, starting and finishing in Bispham, Lancashire. Those taking part will have a maximum of 75hours to complete the challenging 1002km route. 11750m of climb.
The Tour de Furness charity cycle event is organised by the Rotary Club of Furness to raise money for St Marys Hospice as well as others. The idea of the event is to get cyclists of all abilities joining in to have fun and raise money for charities of their choice.
Our aim is for you to ENJOY this event, to have a great day out, to soak up the delights of the Furness area. At the same time through the Rotary Club of Furness, you will be helping to raise money to support St. Marys Hospice, Rotary charities or a charity of your choice.
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