Cycling Weekly to follow up awards debut

The Cycling Weekly awards are returning for 2019, following their debut last year.

Last year, 300 guests from the world of cycling, including Sir Bradley Wiggins and fellow Sir, Chris Hoy, attended. Related content outside of the night itself reached over 2.6 million cyclists in print, online and social media, according to Cycling Weekly.

This year’s awards will take place on Thursday 28 November, returning to 8 Northumberland Avenue.

This year an extra two categories will be added, including Team of the Year, and Inspiration of the Year. More reader involvement is promised,with more categories going to the vote as part of the judging procedure.

2019 awards

Male rider of the year
Female rider of the year
International rider of the year
Domestic rider of the year
Outstanding achievement
Lifetime achievement
Rising star
Club of the year
Best Charitable Initiative
Local Hero
Team of the year New for 2019
Inspiration of the year New for 2019

Chris Boardman said of the Awards, “Cycling Weekly runs through all of our lives. This magazine has been in our house since I was a child. The industry has been crying out for an event like this and it is fitting that Cycling Weekly are the ones to do it.”

Sir Bradley Wiggins said, “I’ve got a lot of nostalgia for Cycling Weekly. And the institution that it is has bought the crowds. It’s nice to be here and to be part of it, and it’s about the people who have succeeded in the sport who they’re celebrating tonight.”

Head of Market, Sean Igoe, said: “After the huge success of last year’s inaugural awards we cannot wait to make this year’s even bigger and better. I’d like to extend a big thank you to our partners for last year and look forward to working with you again for 2019.”

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