Cyclewise Events 2014

Below are details of events Cyclewise is taking part in and/or sponsoring...



Clive's Cumbrian Way 2014 - 14th & 15th June

We may be based at one of the best mountainbike trail centres in the country, but that doesn't stop us being into our road cycling, too. As such, we are once again supporting Clive's Cumbrian Way, a stunning two-day cycle ride round Cumbria. Named in honour of Clive Jenkin, a Cockermouth man who passed away from motor neurone disease in 2010, this serious cycle challenge takes place on 14th and 15th June and covers 276 miles.
Clive’s Cumbrian Way was founded by Raymond Paterson and friends from the Honister 92 cycling club. They wanted to do something to remember Clive while helping others. To find out more about the event, please click on the logo.


Altura Gravity Stage Race - 31st May

UPDATE 29/05/14: Here's the link for the results -

UPDATE 24/05/14: We are pleased to announce another awesome spot prize - a free flight, worth £145, with the Jetlev Flyer, the amazing new water Jetpack to hit the UK. The winner will be picked at random from all entries.

UPDATE 14/05/14/14: Just had news that Knox are donating a pair of Trooper Knee Pads to the prize pot.

UPDATE 08/05/14/14: We have had confirmation that you can use helmet-mounted cameras during the race. The same goes for bike-mounted and chest-mounted cameras. Please note it is your responsibility to ensure they are securely fixed.

UPDATE 29/04/14: Entries close at 23:59 on Monday 26th May. There will be NO entries allowed after this time, including on the day.

UPDATE 15/04/14: We're delighted to announce that Panaracer have now come on board as a stage sponsor - with fantastic prizes in the form of 2 pairs of Cedric Gracia DH tyres... worth £120 per set!

This inaugural Gravity Stage Race is brought to you by Cyclewise - as part of our 10th Anniversary celebrations - with the help of the fantastic Forestry Commission team at Whinlatter. More details will be available very soon - to be among the first to receive any future updates, ‘Like’ us on Facebook and subscribe to our monthly Newsletter.

For more info and details of how to enter, click here.

FREE Demo Weekend - 24th & 25th May

UPDATE 13/05/14: We've now added the following Cube ladies' bikes to the demo fleet: Sting WLS 120 Pro - 13.5in with 27.5in wheels and a 16in with 29in wheels.

UPDATE 04/05/14: Julbo will be bringing along an array of sunglasses and lenses for you to demo, from fixed-lens lifestyle sunglasses through to photochromic MTB and cycle-specific models. They'll be handing out giveaways and goodies throughout the weekend. PLUS, everyone who tries a pair of glasses can enter a prize draw to win a model of their choice - there will be a draw at the end of EACH DAY!

UPDATE 30/04/14: We've just added the following Cube bikes to our demo fleet: 2014 AMS 130 Pro (27.5) - 18in; and 2014 Sting 120 Race 29er - 18in. And there will be more added soon... so watch this space.

UPDATE: We now have a full list of demo bikes available - full details are in our April Newsletter. Also, please note that this time you do NOT need to pre-book the demo bikes, other than those requested for the social ride on Saturday evening.

Fancy trying out a bike for FREE? And maybe a set of knee and/or elbow pads? Well, you can over the weekend of 24th and 25th May...

We'll have men's and women's Cube, Yeti and Mondraker mountainbikes to demo FREE OF CHARGE, as well as body armour courtesy of Knox and RaceFace. You'll also be able to taste-test energy gels from TORQ, check out the latest GoPro cameras, as well as riding kit from Altura, the main sponsors of the bike trails at Whinlatter.

Plus, there will be discounts in store, including ‘on-the-day’ specials. Other activities are planned for the weekend, including FREE workshops and a social ride on Saturday evening - followed by a barbecue.

For full details, please click here.

The Beast '666' - 1st-7th May

We've teamed up with guys from British Cycling and Plas y Brenin for this year's Beast of a challenge! It's all in the numbers - our aim is to ride SIX countries in SIX days with a total mileage covered of SIX ...HUNDRED - all with no vehicle backup!