Whether it’s a long distance race or an epic one day ride, we are proud to support some of the most unique and exciting cycling events in the world.
  1. 27 01 24

    Fat Viking

    The Fat Viking is a winter ultra endurance race in the highlands of Norway and an official qualifier for the Iditarod Trail Invitational. With three distances on offer, this fat-biking snow race gives riders the chance to tackle the elements in temperatures which can reach -30. Suitable for experienced cold weather cyclists, this adventure is a special way to kick off the season.

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  2. 02 05 24

    Gran Ffondo

    Join us in magical west Wales at fforest farm for a long weekend of stunning riding, amazing food and drink, laid back hospitality and great company. The Gran Ffondo is an annual micro festival of cycling that brings together an eclectic mix of riders of all ages and abilities.

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  3. 03 05 24

    Pan Celtic - Gravel Rally

    The Gravel Rally is a micro-adventure brought to you by the team behind the Pan Celtic Race. The course takes riders around the mountains and forests of Eryri National Park with 8 timed sectors along a course that has to be tackled within a single day. Now into its third year, it’s one of the best days out you can experience on a bike.

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  4. 11 05 24


    Kromvojoj is a personal project of four long-distance cycling enthusiasts. Their aim is to offer a unique experience, immersing the participants in the local Catalan territory and sharing the values that define ultra-distance cycling based on self-sufficiency. The third edition returns this May.

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  5. 14 05 24

    The Accursed Race

    The Accursed Race is Lost Dot’s first fixed route, no-fly, off-road race. Exploring the Balkans — the heartlands of the Transcontinental Race  — the Race will take riders through Albania, Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Kosovo. In the works since 2017, this is the result of years of knowledge built up in this breathtaking corner of Europe. 

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  6. 13 06 24

    Cent Cols

    Cent Cols™ Challenge has become a bucket-list item for many cyclists around the world. The challenge is not just about completing the mountain passes, but also about experiencing the beautiful landscapes, the different cultures, and the camaraderie that comes with being part of a community of like-minded individuals.

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  7. 06 07 24

    Pan Celtic Race

    We have partnered with the Pan Celtic Race since its inception in 2019. Renowned for their strong community and riders who return year after year, it’s a race worth signing up for early as places sell out fast. The race is building up to their Magnum Opus for the fifth edition which takes place this July.

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  8. 14 07 24

    Bright Midnight

    The Bright Midnight is a 1100 km self-supported bikepacking adventure in Norway. It starts and finishes in a little mountain village called Tolga, home of race director Justinas Leveika. The route spans endless gravel roads in the mountains, fjords and heads into highlands through beautiful national parks. 

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  9. 17 08 24


    GBDURO is a single 2,000km stage. This self-supported bikepacking enduro goes from Land’s End to Cape Wrath on road, gravel, singletrack, and everything in between allowing riders to cover big distances on new roads and ancient ways, immersing riders in the rich and unique history that has shaped the British Isles.

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  10. 23 08 24

    Further Le Chemin de la Liberte (Pyrenees)

    Started by Camille McMillan, this is the original Further race in the series and is unlike many of the other bikepacking races in the calendar. In previous years, riders have set off from the spectacular Refuge de Ruhle, a mountain refuge 2185 metres above sea level. This year sees a change of format. Will it be a ride or a walk?

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  11. 13 09 24

    Further East

    A 680 km, fixed route, mixed terrain time trial around East Anglia, starting and ending on a bridleway running through race director Camille McMillan's garden. The race is a homage to his youth as a cyclist in a part of Britain not celebrated for its cycling. Further East is the 'flat' one in the series, but not to be underestimated.

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  12. 24 10 24

    Further Elements (Scotland)

    A bike race starting at the UK's most isolated train station, Corrour, in the Scottish Highlands. Hardy souls, ultra enthusiasts and a few veterans of the Tour de France were on the start line for the inaugural edition. A 485 km largely off-road ride.

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