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A listing of the latest 100 results plus index to the latest features and news from events here in Britain and the major pro races abroad in Europe … (more…)

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Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne: Win for Mads Pedersen

After a super agressive race with the likes of Mathieu van der Poel and Jhonnatan Narvaez, the race came down to a bunch sprint and victory for former world champion Mads Pedersen (Trek Segafredo) (more…)

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Drôme Classic: Solo triumph for Andrea Bagioli

Italian Andrea Bagioli nets Deceuninck – Quick-Step’s sixth victory of the year after a powerful solo attack Drôme Classic (France) (more…)

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Hannah Barnes 5th Omloop Het Nieuwsblad

Hannah Barnes (Canyon SRAM) sprinted to fifth place at today’s Omloop Het Nieuwsblad in Ninove, Belgium. “I gave it everything so I can’t be too disappointed” (more…)

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News: Omloop Het Nieuwsblad 2021 (Men)

Italian Davide Ballerini kicks off the Classics campaign by taking the biggest victory of his career in Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, Coventry’s Jake Stewart was second. (more…)

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UAE Tour: Final Stage (7)

Lotto Soudal rider Caleb Ewan has won the final stage of the UAE Tour, Pogacar the overall and second for Adam Yates despite a crash with 40km to go (more…)

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UAE Tour: Stage 6 – Win for Bennett

Irishman Sam Bennett does it again at the UAE Tour benefitted from a flawless lead-out and came out on top for the second time in three days at the World Tour race (more…)

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UAE Tour: Stage 5

Despite all the problems that Jumbo Visma team have had with injuries and riders taking a break (Dumoulin), the team showed what strength in depth it has as yet another of their riders, Jonas Vingegaard, racing to victory on a stage of the UAE Tour (more…)

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Giro: Simon Yates Fights for Pink

British rider Simon Yates confirms his return to the Giro d’Italia in Team BikeExchange  colours ready to fight for pink (more…)

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Giro 2021: Mollema, Ciccone and Nibali Reactions

Bauke Mollema, Giulio Ciccone and Vincenzo Nibali to look for opportunities for their team Trek Segafredo in the  2021 Giro d’Italia  (more…)

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CAMS-Tifosi for Healthy Ageing Tour 2021

CAMS-Tifosi, a UK-based UCI Continental women’s cycling team, reveals their rider line-up for the Healthy Ageing Tour now confirmed for March (more…)

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UAE Tour: Stage 4

Sam Bennett was the clear winner on Wednesday afternoon, capturing his first victory of the year after showing a clean pair of wheels to his opponents (more…)

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News: New Head of Creative at Ribble Cycles

Ribble Cycles has appointed Simon Picton, former Red Bull Senior Creative Manager, as its new Head of Creative (more…)

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UAE Tour: Stage 3

Adam Yates and Tadej Pogačar go man-on-man on the summit finish for stage 3 of the UAE Tour with the TDF winner Pogacar winning from last years UAE winner Yates who is now second overall (more…)

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News: Cavendish for Le Samyn

Mark Cavendish is set to make his first appearance in 14 years at the Le Samyn race in Belgium on March 2nd (more…)

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Interview: John Archibald

Over on the website for the Eolo Kometa Cycling Team is a chat with Scotland’s John Archibald who says about his first race for the team; “my path to Clásica de Almería was a bit unconventional if you compare it to my teammates” (more…)

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This weekend: Deceuninck – Quick-Step

This weekend: Deceuninck – Quick-Step’s team for the opening of the classics weekend as World Champion Julian Alaphilippe returns on the cobbles at the end of this week (more…)

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2021 Critérium du Dauphiné Route

The course for the mountain warriors on bikes in the 2021 Critérium du Dauphiné 2021, consisting of eight stages (30 May to 6 Jun), has been unveiled (more…)

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UAE Tour – Stage 2 Time Trial

There was a day of drama and celebration on day 2 of the UAE Tour when Filippo Ganna won yet another time trial in the rainbow stripes whilst race leader Mathieu van der Poel had to leave the race after a positive for Covid in his team (more…)

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Tour des Alpes-Maritimes et du Var: Stage 3

Trek Segafredo rider Gianluca Brambilla has won the last stage of the Tour des Alpes-Maritimes et du Var and with it the overall. Tao Geoghegan Hart was second on the stage. (more…)

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UAE Tour: First win to Mathieu van der Poel

On a day where the winds blew the race apart, Mathieu van der Poel returned to the road with a victory on stage 1 of the UAE Tour, defending champion Adam Yates the only Brit to make the breakaway that stays away (more…)

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Central Region Junior RR Team Manager

The Central Region is delighted to announce that Anthony Anderson has been selected to become the Junior Road Race Team Manager (more…)

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Tour Du Var – Stage 2

Michael Woods wins stage 2 from yesterday’s winner Bauke Mollema and Woods now leads overall from Mollema and David Gaudu. Ben Tulett first of the Brits in 23rd (more…)

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Team News: Win for Mollema at Haut Var

The Trek-Segafredo climber Bauke Mollema wins the uphill finish of Stage 1 at the Tour des Alpes Maritimes et du Var (more…)

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News: Tour Du Var – Stage 1

Bauke Mollema has won the opening stage of the Tour des Alpes Maritimes et du Var and now leads overall. He went very early in the sprint so as not to get boxed in and held on to win from classics legend Greg Van Avermaet and Valentin Madouas. (more…)

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News: Elite Status Changes

Following consultation with teams and riders, and the introduction of new rules from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), British Cycling can today announce an update to its process for the awarding of elite status to riders and team personnel. (more…)

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News: Deceuninck – Quick-Step to UAE Tour

Climber João Almeida and sprinter Sam Bennett will lead the Deceuninck – Quick-Step team at the year’s first World Tour race, the UAE Tour (more…)

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News: Quintana Back Racing

Nairo Quintana will return this week to the roads of the Tour des Alpes-Maritimes and the Haut-Var. He tells us about this event, his short-term ambitions, and updates us on his operation on both knees in early fall. (more…)

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News: UAE Tour: Provisional Riders List

Pogacar wears number 1 in UAE Tour – Provisional Rider List in full – Brits include Adam Yates, Fred Wright, Chris Froome, Alex Dowsett, Mark Donovan, Harry Tanfield,  (more…)

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News: Wout van Aert Training in Tenerife

World star on the road and in cyclocross, Wout van Aert is currently on Tenerife to prepare for the start of his road campaign (more…)

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News: Quickstep off to Spain to train

Deceuninck-Quick-Step is holding a third and final training camp in two different hotels with a view to the Spring after the Tour of Algarve was postponed. (more…)

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News: Alaphilippe’s On form for 2021 Targets

Spring Classics/Tour de France/Olympic Games targets for World Champion Julian Alaphilippe who has had a great start to the season after second in the Tour de la Provence (more…)

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News: 2021 Women’s Tour Postponed

Organisers of the Women’s Tour, the SweetSpot Group, have announced that the upcoming edition of the race scheduled for 7 to 12 June 2021 will be postponed owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. (more…)

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Tour de Provence – Second for World Champ Alaphilippe

UCI World Champion Julian Alaphilippe finishes runner-up in his first race of the season in the French stage race, Tour de Provence. (more…)

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Former winners Perfs Pedal Road Race

A look at the podiums and former winner of what is nowadays, the first race of the road race season, the Perfs Pedal Classic, organised by Mick Waite since he was 17(!) (more…)

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News: Drops 2021 Calendar

  Whilst their first scheduled race of the season, Setmana Ciclista Valenciana, has been postponed until May, the British women’s team Drops have plenty  of racing in the Belgian classics on their new Ribble bikes (more…)

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INFO: 2021 Vuelta Stages

The Spanish grand tour’s 76th edition will start in Burgos on the 14th of August and will take place entirely within Spain until the very last stage, that will conclude in Santiago on the 5th of September. (more…)

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News: Two from Two for Davide Ballerini

Davide Ballerini confirmed he is one of the most in-form riders at the start of this season, by surging to victory for the second consecutive day in the Tour de la Provence (France), after a wet stage and a crash-marred finale where Alaphilippe  hit the tarmac (more…)

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News: Ballerini strikes on Provence opening day

The Italian Davide Ballerini got his second victory for Deceuninck – Quick-Step at the end of a thrilling stage 1 of the Tour de la Provence and is the race’s first leader. Matt Walls was 5th (more…)

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News: Giro Wildcard for Eolo Kometa

The organisers of the Giro  and many of Italy’s leading cycle races today announced the wildcards for their events and for Eolo Kometa, home to Brits Sean Yates (Performance Director), John Archibald and Mark Christian, their dream of racing the Giro was realised. (more…)

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News: Cavendish Opens Season at Almeria

Mark Cavendish is set to race for the first time this season for Deceuninck – Quick-Step at the race he won back in 2015 (more…)

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More National Series Events Cancelled

Update: UK Cancelled events now include the Hatherleigh Junior RR (4 April), Pembrey Youth 2-Day (24–25 April) and Isle of Man Youth and Junior Tour (30 April – 2 May). (more…)

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News: Archibald Set to Race

John Archibald set to start his racing with Eolo-Kometa Cycling Team in the Spanish Mediterranean at the Clásica de Almería on February 14 (more…)

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World Champion Racing This Week

World Champion  Julian Alaphilippe  making his first appearance on home turf since last year’s Tour de France leads his Quickstep team at the sixth edition of the Tour de la Provence ( 11-14 February) (more…)

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News: Steve Cummings Joins Ineos

Stephen Cummings has joined the Ineos team to take on a varied role as a development Sport Director and coach. (more…)

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News: Ganna to support Adam Yates in UAE Tour

Winner of two stages in the Etoile Besseges including the final stage time trial, World TT Champion Filippo Ganna is pleased with the form and takes it to the UAE Tour where he says Adam Yates will lead the Ineos team (more…)

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News: Stewart 4th in Etoile de Bessèges

Jake Stewart surprised himself with 4th overall in a star studded Etoile de Bessèges after finishing 10th in the crucial final stage time trial; Ganna won his second stage and Wellens the overall (more…)

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2022 Commonwealth Games Competition Manager

Birmingham 2022 recruits experienced competition manager Martin Bridgwood to help deliver biggest ever Commonwealth sports programme  (more…)

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2021 Liège-Bastogne-Liège – a new climb

In the next edition of Liège-Bastogne-Liège, the riders will be faced with a new climb, the Côte de Desnié, a climb of more than four kilometres at about 6%. (more…)

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Teams 2021: Bikestrong-KTM

Bikestrong-KTM are entering their fourth year since launching in January 2018 and are looking to continue the momentum of their prior success by hitting the National A, National B, as well as The Tour Series and racing abroad if pandemic allows (more…)

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Étoile de Bessège Stage 3- 7th for Jake Stewart

Coventry’s Jake Stewart (Groupama-FDJ) was surrounded by legends of the sport as he raced to 7th on the stage and 6th on overall (leading young rider) (more…)

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Étoile de Bessèges stage 2

Timothy Dupont takes the win after a crash effected finale whilst Christophe Laporte adds two seconds to his general classification lead, Jake Stewart leads best young rider comp. (more…)

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Feature Interview: Andy Smallwood (Ribble Cycles MD)

At a time when teams are folding & sponsors are pulling away, Ribble Cycles have essentially doubled their investment into cycle sport by having a new team in Drops Cycling on their race bikes (more…)

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Q&A: Jake Crossley (Tofauti Everyone Active)

Question and answer with 17 year old Jake Crossley of Tofauti Everyone Active who is based in Colchester, Essex and did his first race towards the end of 2016 and so has been racing for just over four years. (more…)

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News: Ian Stannard DS at Trinity

Ian Stannard will be remaining active in the peloton after his retirement from racing as the 33-year-old will start as a sports director for Trinity Racing (more…)

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News: Jake Stewart 9th on stage 1 of Bessèges

Ahead of his first full season at WorldTour, Coventry’s Jake Stewart was 9th on stage 1 of Etoile de Bessèges, a performance where he had the confidence and backing of his World Tour team (more…)

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News: Tao Geoghegan Hart to Race TDF

Tao Geoghegan Hart will not defend his title in the Giro d’Italia and instead look to find his feet in the Tour de France and then tackle the Olympic Games Road Race (more…)

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Feature: Connor Swift (Arkea Samsic)

Heading to France today (Tuesday) is Connor Swift of Arkea Samsic for his first race of the year before he tackles the Spring Classics – we chat about the challenges he has been facing to get racing. (more…)

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News: National Road Series 2021

Due to the ongoing challenges presented by the pandemic, the Tour of the Reservoir and Stockton Cycling Festival Grand Prix  have been cancelled and Lincoln GP Postponed – this is on top of the Klondike and CiCLE Classic Int already having been cancelled. (more…)

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News: Harry Tanfield (Qhubeka ASSOS)

New signing for (Qhubeka ASSOS) Harry Tanfield was one of 25 riders, together with a full complement of staff who spent ten days in Spain for an intensive training camp. (more…)

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News: UCI Calendar Changes

Calendar Changes for postponed events – WorldTour is the priority says UCI boss David Lappartient (more…)

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Mathieu van der Poel: Olympics The Goal

After his fourth World Cyclo-Cross title, Mathieu van der Poel looks ahead to a season mix of road racing and mountain biking with the Olympics the big goal (more…)

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Feature: Mark Christian (Eolo Kometa Cycling Team)

Former King of the Mountains in the Tour of Switzerland (2018), the Isle of Man’s Mark Christian is training hard on the Rock for the 2021 season (more…)

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New Start for Tom Pidcock as CX Season Ends

A new month, and a new step forward for Tom Pidcock as from today, the Yorkshire rider is part of the road team at Ineos Grenadiers with the spring classics first up (more…)

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World CX Championships Day 2

Another day of great results for the riders in GB at the UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships in Ostend, Belgium, with Tom Pidcock 4th and Anna Kay 8th (more…)

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GB Report: Day 1 of CX Championships

Great Britain’s Evie Richards and Ben Turner both secured top ten finishes on the opening day of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships in Ostend, Belgium (more…)

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Tom Pidcock on the Cross Worlds & Ineos

Tom Pidcock: “When I’m good, people say there are three kings of cyclocross, but then I can do a race where I’m less good and then there are only two kings”.  (more…)

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Feature: Jake Stewart (Groupama-FDJ)

Currently training on the Cote d’Azur, VeloUK caught up with Jake Stewart on January 19 when like a lot of British pros, he was at home in Coventry unable to join his team for the training camp but still putting in the hard yards to be ready for some racing this weekend at GP la […]

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The Way Ahead: Domestic Racing Part 9

Final part in Brother UK Cycling’s look at British domestic racing – Now, more than ever, the sport needs sponsors with vision and integrity. (more…)

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Interview: Matt Holmes (Lotto Soudal)

In a series of interviews with British pros stuck at home whilst their teams are training in Spain, we chat to Matt Holmes (Lotto Soudal) who a year ago was celebrating his maiden UCI professional victory (more…)

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Interview: John Archibald (Eolo-Kometa)

VeloUK chatted last week to John Archibald of pro conti team Eolo-Kometa about being stuck in Scotland whilst his team trained in Spain. (more…)

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News: Groenewegen Received Serious Threats

Dylan Groenewegen received serious threats after the crash in the Tour of Poland, in which Fabio Jakobsen was seriously injured. (more…)

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2021 Tour De Yorkshire Postponed

Welcome to Yorkshire, and the Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO) have confirmed that the 2021 Tour de Yorkshire will now be postponed until 2022. (more…)

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News: Stybar to Race CX Worlds

Three-time winner (2010, 2011, 2014) of the World CX Championships, Deceuninck – Quick-Step’s Zdenek  Stybar, has revealed that he will be at the start of the Worlds held in Oostende, Belgium, on Sunday 31st (more…)

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Rutland-Melton International CiCLE Classic Cancelled for 2021

With sincere regret that the organisers of the Rutland-Melton International CiCLE Classic planned for Sunday 25th April have today announced that the 2021 edition of the race has been cancelled for 2021. (more…)

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News: Thomas Mein chasing rainbows

British cyclocross star from the North East, Thomas Mein is dreaming of the Under 23 world title says his trade team Tormans Cyclo Cross (more…)

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News: Pidcock 3rd in World Cup

After a battle with Michael Vanthourenhout, Tom Pidcock took third place in the World Cup in Overijse. (more…)

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Feature: Bob Varney (Drops Cycling)

Someone I raced against many years ago and in recent years has kept his Women’s team Drops in the spotlight, Bob Varney, talks about his time running his team (more…)

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Feature Interview: Ian Watson (Brother UK LDN)

Part 3 of a chat with Ian Watson, founder of the Brother UK-LDN teams for men and women. In this final part we talk about the men’s squad for 2021 (more…)

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The Way Ahead (domestic road racing): Part 8

Part 8 of Brother UK Cycling’s big feature on British domestic road racing and the challenges it faces with a shortage of younger organisers (more…)

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News: Tom Dumoulin Stops Racing

Tour de France & Giro stage winner as well overall winner of the Giro, Tom Dumoulin (Jumbo Visma) has decided to stop cycling for an indefinite period (more…)

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News: Nottingham Uni Track Team

Back in December 2020, the University of Nottingham Track Team won the British Universities & Colleges Sport Team of the Year 2020 (more…)

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Emma Trott & Jenny Gretton join CAMS-Tifosi

CAMS-Tifosi, the UK-based UCI Continental women’s cycling team, has revealed that Emma Trott and Jenny Gretton have joined the team to further strengthen team management ahead of the 2021 racing season. (more…)

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Feature Interview: Tim Elverson (Canyon DHB Sungod)

With his team about to kick off their 2021 racing campaign in Spain at the Classica Communitat Valencia (UCI 1.2), we speak to team boss Tim Elverson about the season ahead (more…)

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News: Wout Van Aert Extends Contract

Wout van Aert and Team Jumbo-Visma have renegotiated his contract that was due to expire at the end of this year and the team has extended it for three years until 2024. (more…)

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News: Star Studded Lineup for UAE Tour

Britain’s Adam Yates, last years winner, will take on Tadej Pogačar, and Chris Froome in the 2021 UAE Tour (21st to 27th February) (more…)

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News: Will Valverde Retire?

Alejandro Valverde has once again announced at the Movistar team presentation that he wants to stop after this year. But will he …? (more…)

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News: Drops to Race on Ribble

Ribble Cycles have announced their new alliance as official bike partner for the Drops-Le Col supported by TEMPUR racing team providing the best bike support to the team it’s had with road and time trial race machine (more…)

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News: GB Team for World CX Championships

The Great Britain Cycling Team has revealed the 12 riders who will represent the Great Britain Cycling Team at the forthcoming UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships in Ostend, Belgium, (30th – 31st January) (more…)

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Feature Interview: Imani Pereira-James

Brother UK Cycling talks to Olympic Junior Academy rider Imani Pereira-James who will also race for Team Brother UK-OnForm in 2021  (more…)

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News: Tadej Pogačar to work on his time trial

Tadej Pogačar to work even harder on his time trialling for the 2021 Tour de France and says his team is much stronger and will take on more responsibility to help him win again (more…)

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News: Fernando Gaviria Hopes for 2021

Fernando Gaviria tested positive for corona twice in 2020 and crossed the line first six times but the Colombian still speaks of a disappointing season. (more…)

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News: Julian Alaphilippe to start in Tour de la Provence

The World Champion Julian Alaphilippe will make his first outing of the year on home soil in France, at the four-day stage race, Tour de la Provence (11-14 February). (more…)

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News: Dan Martin Still Learning

Coming from a cycling family of legends, and in his 14th season as a professional, Dan Martin admits he is still learning and will do from new teammates Chris Froome and Michael Woods. (more…)

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News: Froome after 5th Tour Win

Chris Froome wants to prove that he is not too old to be able to compete for the final victory in a big Tour – “Just look at Valverde,” says the four time Tour winner. (more…)

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News: Beeston Race Team

Feature on the Junior and Under 23 Beeston Race Team coached by former Olympic medallist in the Team Pursuit Bryan Steel (more…)

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Team News: Astana – Premier Tech 2021 Goals

Starting its 16th season, Astana-Premier Tech in 2021, the Kazakhstan-Canadian team will be focusing on victories at the Grand Tours as well as the classic races.  (more…)

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Brits in UCI Teams 2021

Whilst the UCI list is not complete, here is a list of British riders in UCI teams for 2020 and the British UCI teams as well. (more…)

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News: British Junior Racing Team Tofauti Everyone Active

British junior racing team, Tofauti Everyone Active has confirmed their riders for the upcoming 2021 season, including six current or former national champions. (more…)

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The Way Ahead: Part Seven

In this extract from a major article on the challenges the British domestic road racing scene faces by Brother UK Cycling, they chat to Jonathan Durling, Partnerships Director at The SweetSpot Group, organisers of The Tour of Britain, The Women’s Tour and The Tour Series. (more…)

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News: Tour of Valencia (3-7 February)

Tour of Valencia (3-7 February) has unveiled the stages for the coming edition and the star names scheduled to take part in the early season race in Spain. (more…)

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News: Bernal & the Giro

Egan Bernal wants to ride the Giro one day but is not making any plans for 2021 given the corona crisis (more…)

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News: 2021/22 CX Season British Dates

Dates and venues for the 2021/22 National Trophy Cyclocross series and the 2022 British Cyclocross Championships have been revealed (more…)

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News: Fabio Jakobsen Getting Better

Victim of a huge crash in the Tour of Poland, Fabio Jakobsen of Deceuninck-Quick-Step says “Now I am back on my bike, I cycle with my teammates again.” (more…)

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News: Bauke Mollema’s 2021 Season

The hillier classics like Leige Bastogne Leige, Giro d’Italia, Tour de France and the Olympic Games are the stated aims for Bauke Mollema’s cycling year (more…)

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News: Tom Pidcock’s aims for 2021

Tom Pidcock hopes to mix mountain bike racing with the road in 2021 and will look to make his debut in a Grand Tour this year with his preferred option being the Vuelta a España. (more…)

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News: Tim Wellens Focus on Classics

Lotto Soudal’s Tim Wellens says there are many goals in 2021 including the classics, the Tour de France and a home World Championships in the Flanders region of Belgium (more…)

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News: UAE Tour returns in Feb

The first UCI WorldTour race of the 2021 season, the UAE Tour, will take place over seven stages from 21st to 27th February with every WorldTeam attending alongside Alpecin-Fenix (more…)

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News: Deceuninck – Quick-Step Media Day

Julian Alaphilippe, Sam Bennett, Mark Cavendish, Remco Evenepoel, Fabio Jakobsen and Yves Lampaert of Deceuninck – Quick-Step talk about their goals for 2021 (more…)

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Q&A: Lauren Creamer racing for LVIV in 2021

A name that constantly crops up in results is Lauren Creamer who will race for UCI team LVIV in 2021 – we did a Q&A with Lauren on her time in the sport of cycling (more…)

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Feature: Brother UK/LDN Women’s Team

In part 2 of our look at the Brother UK-LDN women’s team, we hear from the riders about what it means to be part of a team with aspirations of success in the National Series events  (more…)

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News: Gilbert uncertain about 2021

Philippe Gilbert is uncertain about the new cycling season saying “I have come a long way after my crash in the Tour when I had to start from zero again” (more…)

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News: Jakob Fuglsang at Ruta del Sol

Jakob Fuglsang is at the start of the Ruta del Sol, also known as the Vuelta a Andalucia, in February. The Danish leader of Astana-Premier hopes to take the overall victory there from 17-21 February for the third year in a row. (more…)

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Team JRC Shutt Ridley Women’s Team

Team JRC Shutt Ridley have five strong under twenty-three and senior women ready to tackle whatever 2021 tends to throw at them. (more…)

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Team News: Chris Froome optimistic about 2021

After eleven successful seasons with Team Sky and INEOS and a huge career threatening crash, 35 year old Chris Froome is very optimistic  about the coming season with Israel Start-Up Nation (more…)

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News: Ambitions for Trek-Segafredo leaders

News: Ambitions for Trek-Segafredo leaders; Vincenzo Nibali is eyeing a return to his home race, the Giro d’Italia and Bauke Mollema the Tour de France (more…)

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News: Tom Dumoulin Programme

Tom Dumoulin opts for a completely different competition program in the spring this year when the Maastricht resident of Jumbo-Visma will focus on the Flemish classics (more…)

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News: Team Bahrain Victorious 2021 Goals

Team Bahrain Victorious share their upcoming season plans  – Landa: My goal is to win a Grand Tour, at the moment the Giro; Grand Tours remain my main goal”. (more…)

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News: Busy season ahead for Peter Sagan

Former World Champion and fan favourite, Peter Sagan is waiting to kick off a packed race schedule for 2021. The Slovak rider will first ride the classics, followed by the Giro d’Italia, then the Tour de France and finally the Tokyo Olympics. (more…)

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UAE Team Emirates signs Marc Hirschi

Marc Hirschi who rode for Team Sunweb, has signed a three year deal with UAE, a team with a lot of young talent making waves in the cycling world (more…)

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