Cycle Wiltshire

Cycle Wiltshire supports riders of any age and ability, local clubs, spectators, and all fans of the sport. It is developing a lasting legacy of cycling and healthy living across the county and includes the Cycle Wiltshire Sportive at Five Rivers Community Campus in Salisbury on 9 May 2015, and the elite race the Cycle Wiltshire Grand Prix on 10 May 2015 in Wilton

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Cycle Wiltshire supports riders of any age and ability, local clubs, spectators, and all fans of the sport. Cycle Wiltshire is developing a lasting legacy of cycling and healthy living across the county. Whether you’re taking part in your first cycle event or race, looking for a club, or you want to see the pros in action, then the Cycle Wiltshire programme has all the information you need.

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Cycle Wiltshire Sportive returns 2 October!

The perfect finish to your 2016 sportive season…. Enter one of the 3 routes now!

Choose from either 85 miles, 43 miles of 10 miles so whether you are a regular cyclist or just cycle for leisure, you will find a route to suite you and enjoy a great day out. The roads used on these routes are quiet offering stunning views of the Wiltshire countryside with some tough climbs without the event being a complete “sufferfest” of climbing!

Sportive includes fully risk assessed routes, chip timing, directional signage and food stops as well as first aid and mechanical support. Post ride food, goody bag and a medal is also included in the price of entry.

Enter now!

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Ian Bibby of NFTO wins 2016 Landmarc Cycle Wiltshire Grand Prix

Ian Bibby took his second win in the Motorpoint Spring Cup series winning the Landmarc Cycle Wiltshire Grand Prix today!

Read full race report

2016 Results

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2016 Rider List!

Want to know who is riding the Landmarc Cycle Wiltshire Grand Prix today?

2016 Rider List

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Elite cyclist heading to Wiltshire this weekend!

The third Landmarc Cycle Wiltshire Grand Prix will 10professional cycling teams competing in part of the British Cycling’s Motorpoint Spring Cup Series this Sunday 8 May.
The day starts in Salisbury Market place with team introductions from 10am

The ceremonial roll out is at 11 when the peloton rolls out of Salisbury to the racing start in Wilton. The racing circuit will then take in Burcombe, Barford St Martin, Compton Chamberlayne, Fovant, Ebbesbourne Wake, Bishopstone and Broad Chalke, with riders taking on the challenging climb of Fovant Hill multiple times!

The race will pass through Wilton five times and before racing back in to Salisbury up Fisherton Street for the sprint finish in Blue Boar Row at approximately 3pm!

While the race is taking place there will be free cycling activities for children in Salisbury Market Square 11.30-2.30pm

Finish lineLast year’s winner, Andy Tennant, said: “The crowds here in Wiltshire were fantastic. It’s a challenging landscape to cycle, but incredibly rewarding at an event like this.”
 

 

So come out and enjoy the race and activities!

 

 

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Cycle Wiltshire Sportive Update

We wanted to let you know at the earliest opportunity that we have decided to reschedule this year’s Sportive on Saturday 7 May. 

This event will now take place as part of the Five Rivers Health and Wellbeing Centre opening programme later in the year. 

Participants who have already entered can roll forward their entry to the rescheduled event and we will get back to you with the new date as soon as possible. 

If participants would instead like a refund please contact the events team via events@wiltshire.gov.uk to do so.  

The Landmarc Cycle Wiltshire Grand Prix, part of British Cycling’s Elite Road Race Series Spring Cup, will still be returning to Salisbury on Sunday 8 May featuring some of Britain’s top cyclists. It would be great to see you lining the route to support the riders through Wiltshire. 

We are sorry for the inconvenience.

 

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