Coronavirus is impacting all of our lives. This crisis is the biggest challenge Samaritans has ever faced. As you know by now, we have decided to cancel our 2020 Charity Cycling Sportive. In the light of the Covid 19 virus,
When Albert Einstein was a Visiting Professor at the California Institute of Technology in 1933, cycling was his favourite pastime, although the cleverly contrived photograph of him apparently pedalling away from an atomic explosion is perhaps better not dwelt on.
The first cyclist in this occasional series is Edward Elgar (1857-1934). It was not until 1900 that the composer learned to ride a bike. With his friend Rosa Burley he would ride from Malvern to places within easy reach, such
The Samaritans Cycle Sportive is now in its fourth year and is firmly established as one of the best value sportive events in the Chilterns and is situated on London’s doorstep. With all proceeds going to the Chiltern Samaritans. All
During the process of putting up the signs and directional arrows, we have found a road closure on the 50 mile and a change of venue for the feed station on the 80 mile routes. All the signs are now
This event will be covered by Charles Whitton Photography. Click on the image to see the event photos of the 2019 Sportive