Welcome to the RIDE HUB!
Welcome to the RIDE HUB - Action's virtual cycling stop.
This is a place for riders of all experience levels, to help you prepare for an event and get inspired. You can find helpful hints and tips to get the most out of your Action event, check out training plans or find some cycling information.
A chance to learn more about our cycling event managers
With 6 RIDE’s in our ever growing series we thought it would be a great time to take you through what to expect and what you will require on the day at one of our events.
Our amazing Champions of CycleSport ambassador Dan Martin retired from professional cycling this month at the age of 35. We spoke to the father-of-two about his decision to leave the sport and his plans for the future.
We caught up with Martyn Ashton, who's also a supporter of spinal-cord research foundation Wings for Life, to talk about riding, filming and his plans for life after lockdown – including details of an exciting new addition!
We spoke to Jody Cundy OBE from his home in Manchester about his training schedule, breaking boundaries in elite sport and why he’s looking forward to his role as an ambassador for Action at our Champions of CycleSport Dinner in November.
We spoke to road racing cyclist Alex Dowsett from his base in Andorra about his ongoing support for Action and why our Champions of CycleSport Dinner offered a platform to inspire others.
We spoke to the long-term Action supporter Sean Yates at his home in Spain. Here are his top tips for anyone taking on a sportive on how to be ready to ride – and never stop pushing.
This week would have seen a group of Action cyclists head to Paris. However, team Seineo Hero - will still be challenging themselves by riding from London to St Ives.
Action spoke to Olympic gold medallist Dani Rowe MBE about how her exercise regime has changed since giving birth to her son and why she’s looking forward to our Champions of CycleSport Dinner in November.
Action’s first gravel ride, the 58 mile route takes in many bridleways around the area, with a total of 16 off road sectors.
Mark Beaumont – an ambassador for our Champions of CycleSport Dinner, which takes place in November 2021 – talks about his lockdown adventures, future projects and why he’s looking forward to digging out his tux for a great cause.
Cornering is one of the most important skills to master on bike. Get it right and you will see your times plummet and your confidence soar.
With Gravel the new hot topic on the cycling scene, we explore the key differences between Road and Gravel bikes and may help you decide if it's time to apply the N+1 rule to your bike collection.
Whether you're riding your first full day bike ride ever or a veteran of endurance events, choosing the right saddle can make or break your ride.
How to fuel for a long ride? Nutrition and how you fuel can be the difference between a great ride and suffering halfway. Here we have a simple recipe to help fuel your ride!
How to add structure and training benefits to a ride and get the most out of your time on the bike.
Take on our RIDE challenges
7 May 2023
Expect some tough climbs after departing the imposing Tonbridge Castle with 800 other riders and experience some amazing views across the Kent countryside
21 May 2023
Experienced riders lay down a benchmark on this fast and furious sportive, or newer riders tackle their first long-distance on flat and forgiving terrain
4 September 2022
Three road route options, plus a brand-new gravel route take you on a journey through quiet villages and the farmlands of Essex where the undulations will have you in and out of the saddle.
5 June 2022
Follow in the tyre tracks of the Tour de Yorkshire through Summer Bridge and Pateley Bridge before taking on the climb that never ends, Trapping Hill.