We are pleased to announce Sportive Breaks have partnered with British Cycling.
Through the partnership, Sportive Breaks will join forces with British Cycling to create the exclusive British Cycling Travel Club, providing members with access to the biggest Gran Fondo and cyclo-sportive events across Europe, alongside unrivalled member-only rates, incentives and competitions.
The Travel Club will also give members access to offers on cycling holidays, including British Cycling endorsed training camps, as well as spectator experiences, including the Tour de France and Giro d’Italia, making it easier than ever for members to support the Great Britain Cycling Team riders around the world.
Darren Henry, British Cycling’s Commercial Director, said:
“The partnership with Sportive Breaks is another example of our work to reward our loyal members and strengthen our membership offering. The exclusive British Cycling Travel Club gives our members access to some of the best discounts on the market, while also connecting with other members to enhance the British Cycling community.
“Destination Sport joins a growing family of commercial partners that enables British Cycling to invest in the grassroots of the sport and support our Great Britain Cycling Team riders to compete for medals across the world.”
Sportive Breaks is a leading cycling travel company offering a huge range of sportive and Gran Fondo events, hospitality, and guided cycling tours, catering for athletes who want to participate or spectate in the very best cycling across the world.
Alex Dewaard, director of Sportive Breaks, commented:
“We’re thrilled to partner with British Cycling. As a leading cycling travel company, we share British Cycling’s vision of getting more people riding regularly and are excited to collaborate with them during what promises to be an exciting few years for the sport.
“The launch of the British Cycling Travel Club will bring riders and cycling enthusiasts closer to the sport they love, providing access to the best events and experiences.”
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