Rides, Classes & Events

Rides Classes and Events

We're enormously proud of our staff and the many ways they go the extra mile for our customers and the local community. As part of our commitment to inspire more people to get out cycling, we offer a range of regular led rides, including women's rides in partnership with British Cycling's Breeze campaign. These rides are free to attend and we further encourage participation by offering substantial discounts off cycle hire, so that bike ownership is not a barrier. Read on to find out which rides we are currently running - we look forward to welcoming you on one of our rides soon.

Specialized Rutland Water | Store Opening Party | 3rd December

Join us on Saturday 3rd December from 9am - 17:30pm for our Specialized Rutland Water store opening party.


Specialized Rutland Water | Social Ride | 4th December

Join us on Sunday 4th November at 9:30am for a social ride around Rutland Water.

We'll start from Specialized Rutland Water and ride the 15-mile loop around the reservoir.

The ride is suitable for MTBs, gravel bikes, and hybrid bikes. All abilities are welcome, this ride will be at a steady pace.

Wearing a helmet is mandatory, and to join us, you must be at least 18 years old. We'll have a quick rider registration form for you to complete on the day too.

We look forward to seeing you there.

If you have any questions about the ride, please call Specialized Rutland Water and they'll be happy to help - 01780 720888


Various Stores | Cycling Legends: TI Raleigh | 13th/14th/16th December

Cycling journalist and author Chris Sidwells tells the story of cycling's first super team, TI-Raleigh

Rutland Cycling Cambridge - December 13th

Specialized Concept Store Nottingham - December 14th

Rutland Cycling Whitwell - December 15th

The TI-Raleigh professional cycling team, sponsored by the iconic Nottingham bike brand, is one of the most famous teams in the history of the sport. It was a revolutionary team, the first super team, a team like the best teams of today; well-funded, well-equipped, a team that could shape-shift with leaders becoming helpers and helpers winning races as occasion demanded it. A team that was incredibly difficult to defeat.

Cycling journalist and author Chris Sidwells tells the story of cycling's first super team, TI-Raleigh, and also presents his new book, Cycling Legends 02: TI-Raleigh.

This event is free to attend, but pre-booking is recommended. Doors open at 6.30pm, for a 7.00pm start. Book your tickets here