We honour some of the admirable and inspirational stories from this year's unsupported ultra cycling races and efforts.
Chris Hall is someone who loves a challenge, his most recent of which raised over £12,000 for the PACE Centre. We spoke to Chris about his life in cycling, his 107TDF challenge and his motivations to ride.
Which bikes will ride to the finish at Mount Etna? Find out more about the riders and their rigs right here.
Doug Migden has achieved what many would consider a true feat of endurance. He's completed five Transcontinental Races throughout which he has learned a lot. Here, Doug shares his musings from across the continent and what those thousands of kilometres mean to him.
Pierre Arnaud Le Magnan is the brains behind the Chiru Bikes and his passion for long-distance cycling inspired the creation of the brand. We sat down with him to find out what it takes to build some of the toughest bikes around.
A race for the time triallists who need to carry everything around an entire country.
With a lot of riders now en route to Spain for the beginning of the Transpyrenees race, we've received a selection of the bikes that'll be toughing it out on the tarmac between Llança and San Sebastian.
What machine does it take to conquer three brutal peaks in Europe? We delve into some of the choices riders have made for the 2020 Three Peaks Bike Race.
The Racing Collective describe themeselves as 'a community of self-supported racers who love wild places'. With an already full calender or exciting Trans and XDuro trials, we discover plans for the 2020 GBDuro and environmental priorities in endurance events.
Two-time winner of the Hope 1000 sits down with us to discuss his 2020 win and the new course record.
Update your details, upload a picture and let fans and followers know your next races.
We interviewed Meaghan Hackinen about her cycling exploits this week.
2020 has begun with mixed emotions: we saw a cracker of a race back in February but since then, we've been cast into a world of the unknown. To help you along, we've put together a list of our favourite films, in no particular order of course.
Lewis Ciddor is no stranger to the start lists of races around the world. He won Tour Divide in 2018 and he's kicked off 2020 with a win in his home state of Victoria in Australia. We had a quick chat with him as soon as his heart rate returned to rest pace.
Twelve women have set off from Marrakesh as part of the inaugural Atlas Mountain Race, so Beccy Waters took some time to get to know some of them. Who are they and what does it take to take on a race like this?
Kay Haarsma lives in Adelaide, South Australia. Every year, she opens up her home for the Indian Pacific Wheel Race riders to offer them a few creature comforts on their journey through to Sydney.
We honour some of the admirable and inspirational stories from this year's races.
A selection of the bikes making their way between Vesuvio and Etna.
We take a trip down memory lane and reminisce about the best bits of the season gone by.
Emily Chappell is a household name in endurance racing. We have a copy of her latest book, 'Where There's A Will' to give away.
How to get those all-important shots of your bike before the off!
The 1200km randonée attracts the most weird and wonderful bicycles.
Ultra-endurance races always attract a quirky selection of bikes and this year's Transcontinental is no different. With everything from good old fashioned steel to modern rigs of titanium and carbon, it was a real array of bicycle beauty.
Juliana Buhring is known for holding world records, winning ultra-endurance bike races and inspiring others to push their limits. We discuss her new role as Race Director of a new event, Two Volcano Sprint happening this November in Italy.
Jenny Tough has made a name for herself in the ultracycling world over the last few years. After completing 2018's SRMR, she's back for TCRNo7 this year.
After a prologue race in 2018, the TransIbérica returns along with its sister race, Transpyrenees, for an exciting 2019. We spoke to race organisers Carlos, Azahara and David about what we can expect from this year's events.
Joint Italy Divide winners chat to us about that famous finish and spill the beans on what's next for both of them.
Jennifer Doohan has made a name for herself in ultra-endurance photography. From humble beginnings, she went on to capture the Trans Atlantic Way Race and more recently the Silk Road Mountain Race. Find out more about Jennifer's passion of race photography.
2019 is shaping up to be a year packed full of exciting ultra-endurance races with many new additions to the calendar. Find out a bit more about some of the events this year and get ready for nail-biting coverage.
James Olsen is the man behind the Torino-Nice Rally. Among the chaos of entry confirmations leaving James' inbox, we snuck in a quick interview with him to ask about the foundations of this unique event.
One of the world's greatest endurance riders reveals an exciting list of riders she's hoping to line up against at this year's Tour Divide and shares her goals for the year ahead.
Organiser of the TransAtlantic Way, Adrian O’Sullivan, tells us what inspired him to become an event organiser, what we can expect from the TAW 2019, and how he sees the sport developing in the future.
A new resource for the ultra-racing community, the DotWatcher results database contains the result history from all of the races we cover, and more. We're really excited to launch it, but the database is a work-in-progress, and we need your help to make it better.
With the race season over for 2018, we take a look back at the events we covered.