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Making the Most of Spring

With the brighter nights and better weather (fingers crossed) many of us vacate our indoor training to move to the more natural environment of outdoor riding. The long winter months can sometimes sap your motivation, but now that it’s spring there are some key areas to look at so you can maximize this time of the year. We've teamed up with Dig Deep Coaching to bring you the following tips. Get Outside Whe…


15% Discount from P&O

We have secured a great deal with P&O Ferries for anyone wanting to take part in the event from Great Britain! P&O Ferries are offering a 15% discount on sailings from either Cairnryan to Larne or Liverpool to Dublin and return for those taking part in the Giant’s Causeway Coast Sportive. All instructions on how to avail of this offer is included in your sportive booking confirmation email. You can als…


Dig Deep Coaching Training Tips

The Giant's Causeway Coast Sportive is a unique cycling event held on the North Coast of Ireland every year, taking in spectacular views on the Causeway Coast and Glens of Antrim. This cycling event IS for both beginners and experienced cyclists, with 4 different routes to choose from: 35 | 60 | 85 | 115 miles. This year, we’ve teamed up with Dig Deep Coaching to help you get the most out of your training in prepar…


15% Discount When You Ride Together

The Giant's Causeway Coast Sportive is offering a 15% discount for riders when 10 or more sign up together, whether you're part of a club or just 10 friends up for a challenge! For information on this special offer, email and prepare for Ireland's most scenic sportive together.…


Blog: Meet the Sponsor: Decathlon, Belfast

In the first of a series of upcoming interviews with our event sponsors, we sit down with the main event sponsor of the Giant’s Causeway Coast Sportive – Decathlon Belfast. These interviews are intended to help put a ‘face’ to the often-corporate branding, so that our participants know about the strong connection our sponsors have to cycling and the Sportive World. For Week 1, we sat down with Lee Aston, B…


Become A Giant in 2019 and challenge yourself at the 2019 Giant’s Causeway Coast Sportive!

Happy New Year from the Giant’s Causeway Coast Sportive team! The New Year usually involves resolutions, and this year our resolution is to inspire you to Become A Giant and take on a challenge in 2019, which the Giant’s Causeway Coast Sportive is perfect for! The Sportive offers 4 different route choices, which make it a real, feasible challenge for everyone, whatever level of cyclist you are. The shortest ro…


Early Bird Offer – Don’t Miss Out!

With 100 people already signed up to 2019’s Giant’s Causeway Coast Sportive, make sure to not miss out on our Early Bird offer. This offer entitles the first 200 people to sign up for the 2019 Sportive to a free bike tune up, including a brake and gear adjust, and a tyre and bolt check, all provided by our new sponsors Decathlon Belfast! To use your offer, just bring your booking confirmation email to t…


Thank You!

The Giant's Causeway Coast Sportive 2018 is over and we're delighted to say it was another huge success! We're grateful to all 1,153 of you that took part, whether in the 35 mile, 85 mile or 115 mile route. All of your feedback has been fantastic and we're well on our way to 2019's event already. You can find photographs from the day on the website of IndustryImage, our official event photographer. There …


How to enter our KOM / QOM

A great tradition of the Giant's Causeway Coast Sportive, is the annual King / Queen of the Mountain. A challenging 1.2 mile climb on the infamous Torr Head during which you have the option of trying to pick up the fastest time for that segment. If you'd like to throw your hat into the mix for the chance to win a top of the range race jersey from Primal Europe's Theta collection, you need to enter the Giant's Ca…


“Wonderful Losers” Documentary to get Belfast Screening

NI Screen supported documentary Wonderful Losers: A Different World will have its Northern Ireland premiere as part of the Belfast Film Festival on Sunday 12th August. Director Arunas Matelis spent four years following a series of ‘gregarios’ – the workhorse cyclists who toil for their team, and their team leader. Rarely in the spotlight, they sacrifice everything for the greater good, and accept it’…

Outdoor Recreation Northern Ireland Cycle NI Decathlon

This event is an initiative of Outdoor Recreation NI, a not for profit organisation