West Pennine Moors
"This is one of my favourite rides, it is fairly long and hilly so I only do it a couple times a year, out of season, just to chill out and ride my bike." Passing numerous reservoirs, historic villages and dense woodland, the Richard Handley's 90 mile loop offers big climbs and spectacular views are round every corner.
East Sussex Lumps
Home to rolling countryside, medieval villages and gorgeous coastline, this inspiring corner of England is besieged by weekending Londoners whenever the sun pops out.
The route from pro cyclist, Felix English takes you to the edge of the breathtaking Seven Sisters chalk Cliff and Beachy Head near the genteel seaside town of Eastbourne.
Alumni Ride: Tom Southam's Mendips
Former Rapha Condor Sharp rider Tom Southam retired from full-time racing in October 2011, the end of what was his third season with the team. Tom grew up in Penzance but based himself in Bristol, which is where this route begins. The ride is a rollercoster up and down some of the steepest ascents in the Mendips.
Alumni Ride: London to Essex with Tao Geoghegan Hart
Essex may be the home of bling, sports cars and fiery reality TV personalities but Tao's Essex shows a completely different side to the county. The quiet roads pass through quaint villages and are a world away from the bustle of London despite being just a handful of miles away from the capital. The two cafe stops are a must for anyone who has a sweet tooth.
Alumni Ride: John Herety's Cheshire Training Loop
The landscape in Chesire is one of Britain's marvels with its green dales rolling into Wales, Chesire has some of Britain's finest scenery. John's training loop is fairly flat and takes in Joderel Bank, home to the Lovell Telescope the third largest in the world.
A Gravel Dash to the Kent Borders
A mere sixteen miles out of central London lies the North Downs Way. An extensive trail path opened in 1978. It runs for a mammoth 173 miles, snaking along the ridge of the chalky North Down hills. Our loop utilises some of the trail, as twists around the borders of Surrey and Kent.
From Condor to the West of London
From Condor's central London location you can head north, east, south or west. This route goes out to the west through two royal parks and finishes in Windsor. With the morning pomp and ceremony of the changing of the guards in Windsor and the sight of school boys dressed in formal tailcoats, the town has a slightly surreal atmosphere—at least on the main street underneath the looming shadow of the great castle.