The pictures from this year’s MITIE London Revolution are stunning!
Looking at the them makes me want to go out and ride my bike on these beautiful roads.
The 2014 event was completely sold out, with 2,000 riders attending. Early list entry in to the 2015 event is now open here.
Next year’s event promises to be a tougher experience with more climbs planned, which should bring out the cyclists amongst us that enjoy a challenge.
The event is welcoming to all levels of cyclists, though pre-event training is highly recommended. Fortunately, the organisers provide a pack with full training tips and a sample schedule.
In total the route is 185 miles long, split over two days. Many cyclists attend the entire event, but you can also choose to ride just one of the days. It’s estimated that riding the whole event can burn up to 12,000 calories – which will make you feel rather good about pigging out at the end of each day!
You can find more details on the route on the London Revolution website.
I’ll leave you with more pictures from this year’s event. If you attended, please do leave a comment or share this post!
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