Isle of Wight Cycling Festival

Would you like to be part of this year's Cycling Festival?

Author: Isle of Wight Cycling Festival, Dated: 13/03/2020

Do you love cycling? Are you free between the 5 and 27 September 2020? Do you enjoy the breathtaking beauty of the Island’s natural wonders all from the saddle of your bike? Would you like to be a key member of the Island’s largest cycling event?

If any of the above apply to you why not join this year’s Isle of Wight Cycling Festival as a volunteer ride leader?

Share your love of cycling with others as a volunteer guide on any number of routes during the Island’s rapidly growing annual cycle event – The Isle of Wight Cycling Festival 5-27 September 2020.

Each day of the festival will offer cyclists the opportunity to sample around 50 different cycling routes that will take in the most picturesque areas of the Island as well as local landmarks and the occasional country pub! Cyclists with good local knowledge are needed to lead those wishing to take part.

The event has gone from strength to strength and we are now looking to increase our team of dedicated cycling enthusiasts, without whom the event would not be possible.

If this sounds like an event you would like to be involved in don’t hesitate, the Isle of Wight Cycling Festival needs you!

For further details, please contact: Isle of Wight Council Events Team, on 01983 823070, email by 3 April 2020.

A complete programme of rides will be available on the website and from the festival programme (available from libraries and leisure centres) in June.

Al’s Bikes have very kindly given a Marin Bobcat Trail 7.4 to give away!
The Isle of Wight is the Lonely Planet's number one place in the world to cycle. The ubiquitous travel guide has produced a top ten of places that should be on every cyclists wishlist. The Isle of Wight Fire & Rescue Service Cycling Club wholeheartedly agree and invite you to join us to ride their '100 Here' sportive with a choice of two routes, the 109.5km / 68 mile (100 Here) or the CHALLENGING 171km / 106 mile (Hilly Hundred Here) which has over 3000m / 10,000 ft of climbing on Sunday 28 June.