Club Events

All major road racing is screened within the Cycle Club throughout the racing calendar. In most cases the full coverage is recorded and aired first thing the following morning. The perfect compliment to your coffee & post morning ride. Further screenings and highlights are aired for lunchtime and in the evenings from 6pm. For key races and stages we will host late night screenings to capture the live racing. Details of these nights will be broadcast prior to any event.

In addition, we host regular events throughout the year all linked back to the sport of road cycling. These range from photography exhibitions, product launches, ride events, installations & exhibitions, film screenings, talks, TV & Media discussions & broadcasting, food and wine tasting, demonstrations and workshops and many more.

Follow us on Instragram for the best way to keep upto date with what’s on.  Briefcase

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JULY RACE COVERAGE

Highlights shown throughout the day.

Saturday 5th July  

Leeds – Harrogate, 190.5km

The first of two stages in Yorkshire, a tough opening stage in comparison to previous editions of the race, but most likely one for the sprinters.

Live coverage starts at 20.30

 

Sunday 6th July 

York – Sheffield, 201km

This stage sees the peloton tackle Yorkshires finest short steep climbs. The favourites will be still taking it relatively easy at this point so don’t be surprised to see an unlikely victory.

Live coverage starts at 20.30

 

Monday 7th July 

Cambridge – London, 155km

A  short stage that see’s the peloton return to London for the first time since 2007. Expect large crowds and a spectacular sprint finish on The Mall.

Live coverage starts at 22.00

 

Tuesday 8th July

Le Touquet-Paris-Plage – Lille Metropole, 163.5km

The peloton arrives on French soil on the northern tip of the country. They travel west towards Roubaix and into Lille which is likely to be another sprint finish.

Live coverage starts at 22.00

 

Wednesday 9th July

Ypres – Arenberg Porte du Hainaut, 155.5km

The stage starts in Ypres, Flanders which sees the peloton visit its third country. The riders travel south along 9 sections of Belgian cobbles and are sure to face plenty of drama.

Live coverage starts at 22.00

 

Thursday 10th July

Arras – Reims, 194km

A stage that heads south from north west France, flat early on but occasional short steep ramps towards the end could see a breakaway attempt a famous stage win.

Live coverage starts at 22.00

 

Friday 11th July

Epernay – Nancy, 234.5km

With over 1,000km in the peloton’s legs, the riders now face the second longest stage of the race. Whoever claims this stage will be a worthy winner.

Live coverage starts at 22.00

 

Saturday 12th July

Tomblaine – Gerardmer La Mauselaine, 161km

The closing kilometres of this stage will be explosive, expect a tussle between the favourites or a brave effort from the breakaway in an attempt to take a difficult stage win with a 2km 10% ramp to the finish.

Live coverage starts at 22.00

 

Sunday 13th July

Gerardmer – Mulhouse, 170km

The riders enter the first mountainous stage of the race with categorised climbs coming thick and fast, the time gaps between the riders will begin to widen.

Live coverage starts at 22.05

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