Final Information Pack
Thank you for entering Break The Cycle Challenge 2017, we want you to have a great day in the saddle! Here is the final information about the event. We ask that you read this information thoroughly as it contains details that will ensure the event runs smoothly.
Break The Cycle 2017 Launch Event
11 January 2017
Luke Arscott (Bristol Rugby), Taylor Moore (Bristol City), Brandon Boggs and Aaron Cosby (Bristol Flyers) joined sponsors, supporters and organisers of Break The Cycle to launch the 2017 event at Ashton Gate on Wednesday, 4th January.
Representatives of Bath Rugby Club, who have once again teamed up with Bristol Sport Foundation for this year's event, were also in attendance for the short reception in the new Lansdown Stand.
Track Master Kevin Inspired By Break The Cycle
A track cyclist, who was inspired to take up the sport after a velodrome trip organised by Break The Cycle and Bristol Rugby Community Foundation, has finished ninth in world at the UCI World Masters Track Championships in Manchester.
VIDEO: GoPro footage from chief community officer @breeze_ben during last weekend's @_BTC2016 #BTC16
12 July 2016
The Finishing Post
As I sit writing this I can't actually believe it is all over. 114 miles (we'll talk about the extra 4 later) in roughly 9 hours (not including rest stops) having climbed in the region of 5,700 feet and burned about 8000 calories!
Break The Cycle 2016 Hailed as 'Best Ever'
This year's Break The Cycle event, which took place on Sunday, 3rd July, has been hailed as 'the best ever' by organisers.
Inspirational Mark Breaks The Cycle - Twice
Sunday's gruelling Break The Cycle ride was a tough test for even the steeliest of cyclists – but for a primary school teacher from Bristol, 110 miles was only the halfway mark.
Hardy Cyclists Conquer Break The Cycle 2016
More than 200 cyclists saddled up on Sunday to take on Break The Cycle 2016's gruelling 110-mile route and raise money for Bristol Rugby Community Foundation.
The Final Countdown
All of a sudden this is all feeling very real and an odd mix of fear and excitement is brewing around our office. In order to help our colleagues appreciate the sheer lunacy and stature of the task ahead of us we decided to set up a static bike in the hottest room of our office (the Deli) and take a shot at covering 110 miles as a team over the course of the working day.
Cyclists Given Fundraising Boost For Break The Cycle
With just five days to go until Break The Cycle 2016, Bristol Rugby Community Foundation is giving fundraisers the opportunity to boost their funds by offering all cyclists a pair of Bristol Rugby tickets to auction, raffle or sell to friends, family and colleagues.
Break The Cycle launch this year's kit
OLYMPIC cyclist Oli Beckingsale joined sponsors and ambassadors of Break The Cycle to launch this year's kit ahead of the 110-mile challenge on Sunday, 3rd July.
My Vietnamese "training" diary
I am sad to report that I have missed a couple of training rides due to 1) Bath Half getting in the way (got around in 2:10 which I was happy with considering the state of my feet!) and 2) a cheeky trip to Vietnam.
Diary of a trainee cyclist
Solicitor, Bond Dickinson LLP
Welcome to my training diary for Break the Cycle 2016. I am going to try not to be too self-indulgent during this process but at the end of the day it is a diary of my experiences so it is, by its nature, likely to be a bit narcissistic!
Break The Cycle 2016 Launches
Bristol Rugby Community Foundation are delighted to announce the launch of Break The Cycle 2016.
The annual event – which takes place on Sunday, 3 July 2016 – sees cyclists ride a 110-mile route between Bristol Rugby's home ground Ashton Gate, Bath, Gloucester's Kingsholm and back to Ashton Gate.