Team CCCs Greg Van Avermaet has described the return to racing at Strade Bianche as “one of the hardest days of my career” The Belgian who has ridden the race more times than any other professional rider, finished eighth in Siena, over four minutes behind winner Wout Van Aert. Temperatures were in excess of 35°C… Read More Strade Bianche 2020 “one of the hardest days of my career” – Van Avermaet.
The UEC have announced there will be no European Road Championships held in 2020 due to the Coronavirus outbreak. The championships were due to be held in Trentino in Italy in early September but will now take place in early September 2020 There has been no confirmation as yet as to if reigning champion Elia… Read More European Road Championships Postponed Until 2021
Cycling is a sport loved the world over, and if you’re reading this, likely by you too. So why is it we see so many issues with the sport and why do we never learn. The first thing I’ve always noticed about cycling is the blind arrogance we can see when it comes to younger… Read More A Lesson Cycling Needs To Learn…
Ineos have started distributing their new hand sanitiser after setting up their production plant in just ten days.… Read More INEOS begin delivery of hand sanitiser to NHS
I’m a big supporter of other women and to stop my columns being very ‘me me me’, as I want to use this space as a place to promote and not as a narcissist power trip, I thought this time around and during such challenging times I’d give mine a positive twist. My twist –… Read More In Conversation With… Libby Smithson
The future of cycling is no doubt now shrouded in mystery, with races postponed and a very small window at the end of the season to fit them all in. This element leaves room for little debate beyond if races will go ahead. The more important question to discuss is how the cycling dynamic will… Read More Could the Current Hiatus In Cycling Lead To A Revolution In The Peloton?
With the ongoing situation around the world still worsening, now is the time to express our views on how we can help each other out, at a time that will be hard for all. For people suffering from mental health issues, this time could prove to be a huge test, and we need to do… Read More Climbing the Isolation Mountain – How We Can Help Each Other Out
Once again, we’re back with some hard hitting journalism. The trophy the winner receives at the end of a race is carefully designed, and made to look nice, so just which one is best? Giro D’Italia 10/10 This trophy is just so perfect, it’s so pleasing on the eye, it’s modern and it is so… Read More Rating the Grand Tour and Monument Trophies
A rejuvenated Giacomo Nizzolo powered past Pascal Ackermann and his Bora teammates to take victory on Stage 2 of Paris-Nice. The race was blown apart by crosswinds, leaving a group of 10 riders at the head of the race, with both Nairo Quintana and Julian Alaphilippe facing difficulties which left to lose yet more time… Read More Paris-Nice Stage 2 Results
Max Schachmann took victory on stage one of Paris Nice following a valiant effort from Julian Alaphilippe and Tiesj Benoot which saw the pair caught with just 2.5km to go. Early on in the race a big crash split the field leaving many favourites to loose out on time, among them were Romain Bardet, Richie… Read More Paris-Nice Stage One Results