A wealth of knowledge – on and off the bike

As well as rides, our calendar features evening social events with a broad range of guests from the cycling world. Below are some of our guest speakers.


  • JODY CUNDY
  • Double Paralympic gold medallist and multiple track cycling world champion.
     
     


  • WILL FOTHERINGHAM
  • Guardian cycling correspondent, Rouleur magazine contributor and author of multiple well-received books on cycling, including “Bradley Wiggins: My Time”
     


  • MICHAEL BLANN
  • Acclaimed sports photographer and author of “Mountains: Epic Cycling Climbs”

     
     


  • MAGNUS BACKSTEDT
  • Paris-Roubaix winner and professional cycling coach.
     
     


  • PETER WINTERBOTTOM
  • Former Lions and England rugby player and organiser of charity cycle rides including Clock to the Rock.
     


  • JOHN MACNAUGHTON
  • Director of Moulton Bikes.
     
     


  • CALLUM SKINNER
  • A gold and silver medallist in track sprint at the Rio Olympics, Callum also won a bronze medal at the Commonwealth games earlier this year.
     
     


  • ANDREW GILLIGAN
  • Sunday Times journalist and former London cycling commissioner responsible for implementing Cycle Superhighways.
     
     


  • HUGH ROBERTS
  • CEO of the Sweetspot Group, organisers of the Tour of Britain.
     
     


  • HEATHER FELL
  • Olympic medallist, Cannondale Girls team member and presenter for the Global Triathlon Network.

     
     


  • BRYAN STEEL
  • Double Olympic medallist, coach and founder of the Bryan Steel Academy race team.

     


  • PHIL CAVELL
  • Director of CycleFit and one of the UK’s leading authorities on the science of bike fitting.
     
     


  • PHIL BAYTON
  • “The Staffordshire Engine”, former Raleigh team member and pro cycling team manager.
     
     


  • OWEN SLOT
  • Sports correspondent for the Times and author of The Talent Lab.


  • JEREMY BANNING
  • An expert on the history of the First World War. Jeremy has appeared on a number of radio and TV programmes, and recently started organising cycle tours of battlefield sites.