Join one of the fantastic events out there - or create your own cycling challenge!
Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100
Celebrating the legacy for cycling created by the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 starts in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, then follows a 100-mile route on closed roads through the capital and into Surrey's stunning countryside. With leg-testing climbs and a route made famous by the world's best cyclists at the London 2012 Olympics, it's a truly spectacular event for all involved.
Join over 10,000 cyclists at the start line of the inaugral Velothon Wales. Starting and finishing in the heart of Cardiff, cycle through 120km of closed roads and take in some of Wales' most stunning countryside.
Velothon Wales will be a tough event and you'll have to train to a level that ensures you can complete the course, and you'll be sharing the road with 10,000 other cyclists. Go to the Velothon Wales website to enter and for more information.
You have just 24 hours. Paris? Land's End? or Newcastle?
Each RIDE 24 event is unique, all 3 test stamina & determination. Up to 300 riders set out, fully supported, with 7 stages of 40/45 miles - signed all the way, pace riders, mechanics, medics, rest stops with food & hospitality. RIDE 24 events are not races, they're endurance challenges at their best & exhilarating weekends to remember! Visit the Ride 24 website for more information.
Create Your Own Cycling Challenge
You can also create your own cycling challenge like Sebastian Cunningham (right) the super seven year-old who completed 100 miles of cycling for NASS.
Whatever you choose to do, hop on your bike for NASS - we know you'll be wheely great!
Pick a date
Give yourself plenty of time to get prepared. You'll also want to give yourself enough time to for any fundraising you'd like to do. If you're riding in the UK, do also consider any equipment you might need to protect yourself from the elements - waterproof clothing, overshoes, stronger tyres etc.
Get road/off-road ready
Staying safe is your top priority, so have a look at your equipment! Make sure your bike has recently been serviced and you have what you need to fix any minor mishaps.
Do you have any friends, family or colleagues you could ask to be your support crew, and could they carry spares or even a backup bike? Can you contact your local press to raise awareness and get the community involved?
Get your mates involved
When things get tough on your challenge, you'll be thankful to have you friends by your side, so get a group together and have a go! Give yourselves a cool team name, and think about how you can work together to raise as much money as possible. For example, do you employers offer matched giving? You can double your fundraising total if so!
Get in touch and we'll also send you posters, flyers and leaflets to help raise even more!