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Evenepoel to make Monument debut at Il Lombardia

20-year-old Belgian Remco Evenepoel to make Monument debut at Il Lombardia talks about his calendar and goals for next month (more…)

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Feature: April Tacey (vTDF Stage winner)

Cooking up a great win in her kitchen last weekend was 19 year old April Tacey (Drops cycling) who made history by being the winner of the first stage of the Virtual Women’s Tour de France (more…)

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News: Froome to join Israel Start-Up Nation

Team INEOS confirmed Chris Froome will be leaving the team whilst Israel Start-Up Nation confirm the four time Tour de France winner will be joining them (more…)

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Ribble Cycles: Roy On A Ribble

Ribble Cycles delivered their Endurance SL to Surrey and England’s Cricket World Cup winning batsman Jason Roy. (more…)

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Kinetic One Castle Combe Summer TT Series 1

Tom Day fastest in first round of the Kinetic One Castle Combe Summer TT Series on Wednesday night witha sub 20 minute 10 mile time, Caitlin Peters fastest female (more…)

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Feature Interview: Joss Lowden

When the women’s Virtual Tour de France started last weekend, one of the stars was Joss Lowden who was second on stage 2 – we get some great insights from Joss on eRacing! (more…)

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First Race Back: Newbury Velo TT

July 6 saw Newbury Velo hold a Cycling Time Trials test event over 10 miles with Henry Latimer the winner of the mens race and Kirsty McSeveney the fastest woman (more…)

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News: Time Trials to Resume July 13

Cycling Time Trials has announced that ‘club’ events can be held from and including Monday 13 July and all CTT events, to include ‘open’ events, can be held from and including Saturday 18 July 2020. Lets go racing! (more…)

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Team News: Quick-Step to Vuelta a Burgos

Sam Bennett and Remco Evenepoel will be in action later this month, at the five-day Spanish race as Deceuninck – Quick-Step to restart UCI season at Vuelta a Burgos (more…)

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Florian Sénéchal claims inaugural GP Vermarc

Team News: Florian Sénéchal soloed to victory on Sunday afternoon in Rotselaar, where the Grote Prijs Vermarc, the team’s first event since Paris-Nice in March, took place on a 15.4km-long circuit (more…)

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News: Tour of Britain to Isle of Wight

The Isle of Wight will host the Tour of Britain  for the first time ever in September 2022, following an agreement between race organisers and the Isle of Wight Council signed this morning (Saturday 4 July) that will see the final stage of the race taking place on the island. (more…)

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Racing Update from British Cycling

In the latest update from British Cycling on the return of racing …. (more…)

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Feature Interview: Connor Swift (Arkéa-Samsic)

British Road Race Champion in 2018, Connor Swift made a surprise jump in 2019 from the domestic peloton to the pro one in Europe for Arkéa-Samsic – we chatted about how he is finding the racing? (more…)

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News: Rotor Sponsor Welsh Cycling

Welsh Cycling have announced that ROTOR are their official Power Cranks partner which sees the Wales Racing Academy riders using the ALDHU INSPIDER, the 2INpower track cranks, VEGAST and Kapic INSPIDER cranks. (more…)

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News: Tour of Poland

The Tour de Poland, the first stage race to be held after the lockdown, unveils the 5 stages of the 77th edition. (more…)

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Deceuninck – Quickstep Racing This Sunday

A strong eight-man Deceuninck – Quick-Step team will be on the start line in Rotselaar, this Sunday  as they return to action at GP Vermarc Sport (more…)

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Best of Memories: Caitlin Peters

In this good news series, we also hear from riders at the beginning of their cycling career and one of those is Caitlin Peters (Weston-Homes Torelli Assure) who was Champion of Champions (junior) in time trialling in 2019 – Cailtlin tells us what her best memories are. (more…)

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Team News: Megan Barker re-signs for CAMS-Tifosi

CAMS-Tifosi is delighted to announce Megan Barker has renewed her contract with the team for 2021 becoming the first confirmed signing for the UCI Women’s Continental racing team ahead of next season. (more…)

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Feature Interview: Joey Walker on Crits

The British Circuit Race Champion Joey Walker (Vitus Pro Cycling p/b Brother UK) talks about crit racing with VeloUK (more…)

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Deceuninck – Quick-Step Riders Tested

Ahead of Deceuninck – Quick-Step’s stay in Passo San Pellegrino (Val di Fassa training camp), the team’s riders visited the Bakala Academy in Leuven (Belgium) for physical tests (more…)

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Team News: Team Sunweb Get Ready For Racing

With racing programs finalised, Team Sunweb (Men, Women and Development) head to a Team Camp in Austria as they enter the final preparation period ahead of the season restart. (more…)

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Virtual Tour de France This Weekend

The world’s first Virtual Tour de France will be held on Zwift beginning this weekend for both Men & Women over six stages and riders are competing for charity instead of a prize purse. (more…)

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Feature Q&A: Leah Dixon (Womens VTour winner)

Winner in 2019 of the Tour of Reservoir, and on the podium at the Tour of Yorkshire, winner of the 2020 Women’s V-Tour Leah Dixon gives us an insight into her eRacing (more…)

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Feature Q&A: Rupert Graham (Spirit Tifosi BSS Rotor)

More lockdown features – this one with Spirit Tifosi BSS Rotor rider Rupert Graham who lives in Woking (West of London) (more…)

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Deceuninck – Quick-Step Heading to Altitude Camp

The Deceuninck – Quick-Step  team will assemble on Passo San Pellegrino from the 6th to 23rd July, for an altitude training camp at Val di Fassa to train for the resumption of the racing season (more…)

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trainSharp Feature: All Day Epic Rides!

trainSharp coach Connor Murphy writes about a mad ride across the South Downs Way recently which was eleven and a half hours on a mountain bike! (more…)

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Team News: Riders Re-signing at Quickstep

Yves Lampaert, Dries Devenyns and Iljo Keisse extend their contracts at Deceuninck – Quick-Step Cycling Team as racing beckons in 2020 (more…)

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Trek-Segafredo sets July training camps

Short lists for Trek Segafredo’s Tour de France and Giro revealed with Mollema, Porte & Stuyven at the Tour and Vincenzo Nibali at the Giro (more…)

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News: Double Award for Continental dandelion tyres

The Urban Taraxagum bicycle tyre from Continental wins prestigious Red Dot Design award and also awarded E-Bike Design & Innovation Award by the magazine Focus E-Bike (more…)

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Lockdown Stories: Kasper Asgreen (Quickstep)

Great Team Feature! The 25-year-old Dane Kasper Asgreen (Deceuninck-QuickStep) talks about his first classics victory, training during the lockdown, seeing the Wolfpack after three months and his future goals. (more…)

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Feature Interview: Alex Richardson

Former Lincoln GP winner Alex Richardson who rides for Alpecin-Fenix will be racing in August and says the summer break from racing has helped him immensely (more…)

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Feature Q&A: Zac Herrod

After his stage win and 10th overall in the Joe Martin Virtual Stage Race, Zak Herrod, who was 9th in the Eddie Soens in March,  gives us an insight into his eRacing (more…)

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Search for Paralympic Rider Begins

Following the retirement of the reigning Paralympic champion Sophie Thornhill last week, tandem pilot Helen Scott has today announced that the Great Britain Cycling Team is on the hunt for a tandem ‘stoker’ (the blind or visually impaired rider at the back of the tandem) to continue their legacy of success. (more…)

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Joe Martin Stage Race Women

Rachael Elliott (4th) and Alice Lethbridge (9th) overall in the Women’s version of the Joe Martin V Tour in the USA (more…)

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Joe Martin Stage Race – Stage 3

Report by George Mills-Keeling (Ribble Weldtite on the road) for the final stage in the Joe Martin Stage Race won by Norfolk’s Zac Herrod with Dan Fleeman second overall (more…)

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News: Summer Solstice Charity Rides

Two riders, Will Scott and Matthew Exley started pedalling at 4:42am on June 20th and finished at 21:26 riding for a total distance of 502kms in aid of charity (more…)

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Lockdown Life: Dries Devenyns

Life in Lockdown for Dries Devenyns (Deceuninck – Quick-Step), winner of the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race this year (more…)

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Tour of Poland – August

Rafal Majka, Pascal Ackermann and Jakob Fuglsang among the star names riding Tour of Poland in August says race organisers (more…)

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Result: Joe Martin Stage Race – Stage 2

Chris McGlinchey of Vitus Pro Cycling third on stage 2, Dan Fleeman second on GC in the virtual Joe Martin Stage Race, George Mills-Keeling who is writing reports of the stages, was 7th on the stage (more…)

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Report: Joe Martin Stage 1

George Mills-Keeling who races for Ribble Weldtite on the road, is racing the Joe Martin Stage 1 and has written a report on this virtual race (more…)

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Feature Interview: Harry Tanfield (AG2RLM Pro Cycling Team)

Whilst racers in Britain have no road racing to look forward to yet, one of the country’s leading pros, Harry Tanfield is heading back to France for a season restart (more…)

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Julian Alaphilippe Recces Flanders Route

The Deceuninck – Quick-Step team concluded their three-day training camp by doing a recon of the Ronde van Vlaanderen race’s last 150 kilometers Thursday afternoon (more…)

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Leah Dixon wins first ever ŠKODA V-Women’s Tour

Leah Dixon (Team TIBCO Silicon Valley Bank) won the first ever ŠKODA V-Women’s Tour on Friday night as young Dutch rider Cathalijne Hoolwerf (NXTG Racing) took the final stage win at the end of a 35 lap race around Canary Wharf. (more…)

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Report: Women’s V-Tour Stage Two

Welsh rider Leah Dixon (Team TIBCO Silicon Valley Bank) took the second stage of the ŠKODA V-Women’s Tour on the hill top finish of Burton Dassett in Warwickshire to round off an exemplary display of tactics from Team TIBCO Silicon Valley Bank. (more…)

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News: BC announces next step for cycling in England

British Cycling has announced the next step in its plan to resume all sanctioned cycling activities in England, with coaching and group activity beginning to return from today. (more…)

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Best of Memories: Lucy van der Haar (nee Garner)

We ask a double World Junior Champion, Lucy van der Haar (nee Garner) what her Best of Memories are in cycling … (more…)

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Report: Women’s V-Tour Stage One

Dani Christmas (Lotto Soudal Ladies) delivered a home win for British fans in the opening stage of the new ŠKODA V-Women’s Tour virtual cycle race on Wednesday evening. (more…)

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News: Quickstep Training Camp

The Deceuninck – Quick-Step Wolfpack meet in the Flemish Ardennes to plan the second part of the year and prepare for the classics with a recon of Gent-Wevelgem (more…)

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News: Virtual Women’s Tour

18 teams and more than 50 of the world’s top riders to race a virtual Women’s Tour on the RGT platform starting on Wednesday and shown on BBC as well as online (more…)

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Best of Memories: Gold for Barney Storey

When looking back at his many memories in the sport, one Golden memory stands out for sprinter and tandem pilot Barney Storey (more…)

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trainSharp: Lessons learnt from Lockdown

Connor Murphy from trainSharp writes there are lessons highlighted by lockdown and in this article, he looks at how you can use these moving forwards (more…)

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Team News: A week in the life of Tim Declercq

“El Tractor” Tim Declercq (Deceuninck-QuickStep) on training in lockdown, preparing to become a parent and honing his Age of Empires ll skills. (more…)

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News: 2020 La Vuelta

Two new Spanish stages in La Vuelta to replace Portuguese ones as organisers continue to reconfigure the race route for the 2020 version starting October 20 to November 8 (more…)

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News: Changes to Flanders Classics

There will be changes to the monument Tour of Flanders to be held on the 18th of October, one of four ‘Flanders classics’ being held in October (starts the 7th)- Tenbosse and the Muur van Geraardsbergen cut from Tour of Flanders (more…)

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Best of Memories: Gruff Lewis

Today’s Best of Memories in cycling comes from Welsh rider Gruff Lewis of Ribble Weldtite who recalls his journey through the sport of bike racing (more…)

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Astana Ready for 2020 Restart

The Kazakh UCI WorldTour squad Astana Pro Team is preparing to come out from lockdown and to resume the 2020 cycling season according to the revised UCI calendar, which was forced to stop earlier in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. (more…)

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Feature Interview: William Fotheringham

Brilliant Read! Lockdown is a good time to catch up on your reading, and here writer Owen Rogers interviews William Fotheringham about William’s latest book, The Greatest: The Times and Life of Beryl Burton. (more…)

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Feature: Steve Lampier (Ribble Weldtite)

Double blow for Saint Piran ambassador Steve Lampier (Ribble Weldtite) as his Tour of Britain hopes are dashed and is then knocked down by van whilst training (more…)

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Best of Memories: CX Stars

A special one for CX fans – Cyclo-cross stars Ian Field, Paul Oldham, Ffion James and Helen Wyman reveal their best of memories in this VeloUK series packed with happy news! (more…)

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News: CTT Update on TT Returning

CTT Statement – June 8: All time Trials are currently suspended until July 5 but the organisation is hoping that club time trials can be held from July 6 and opens from July 17 (2020) (more…)

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News: Racing resumes in Guernsey

The road season resumes on Guernsey after they record no new cases of Covid since April, with Seb Tremlett fastest in the 10 mile time trial, Karina Bowie fastest woman whilst Trinity Racing’s Sam Culverwell recorded the third fastest time with 21.39 on a road bike. (more…)

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News: Cycling for Carers

Throughout June, cyclists are being challenged to ride 100 miles to raise awareness of the huge contribution carers make in our families and communities. (more…)

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Best of Memories: Colin Clews

Race organiser (CiCLE Classic) and UCI Commissaire, Colin Clews reveals his best memories in the sport of cycling and surprisingly, it’s the Tour of Rwanda in 2009. Great read! (more…)

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News: Quickstep Training Camp

Deceuninck – Quick-Step to hold classics training camp in the Flemish Ardennes,  the first gathering of the team since before the start of the Coronavirus outbreak in Europe (more…)

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Team News: Movistar’s Soler/Valverde

Movistar’s Marc Soler to race Giro d’Italia, Enric Mas to line up at Tour de France & Vuelta a España alongside Alejandro Valverde (more…)

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Best of Moments: Phil Jones MBE

If ever there was a major life moment in cycling, the Tour of Britain One Day Ahead ride by Phil Jones MBE and James Golding in 2018 was one as Phil explains in a recent interview (more…)

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News: Just A Cycling Minute

Illustrious personalities pitted against each other in Just A Cycling Minute for the NSPCC (more…)

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Cure Leukaemia Charity Ride on Zwift

Cycling broadcasters Rebecca Charlton and Laura Winter and Daily Telegraph cycling correspondent Tom Cary are preparing to take part in a mass participation virtual cycling event to raise funds for national blood cancer charity, Cure Leukaemia, to mark ‘Geoff Thomas Day’ on Saturday July 4th (more…)

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eRacing Q&A: Team Power Dropouts

Q & A with Mike Swart, founder of Power Dropouts, the number 1 ranked eRacing team on Zwift on May 27th (more…)

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News: CCC Team Look For New Sponsor

Whilst the CCC team prepares for 2020 season restart, team boss Jim Ochowicz is looking for a new sponsor for 2021 (more…)

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How I Won the Yellow Jumper Audiobook

The Road Book is proud to present a special offer to VeloUK readers to provide a little joy in the midst of postponement of the 2020 Tour de France. (more…)

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Best of Memories: Ian Wilkinson (aka Superman)

Twice a winner of the CiCLE Classic, Ian Wilkinson came into road racing from mountain biking and was one of the sports winners and now a much missed character (more…)

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E-Racing: Alistair Thomas (Crimson Performance)

The next E-Racing feature Q&A is with Alistair Thomas (Crimson Performance) who says the best thing about e-racing is you’re only a few steps from the shower and the fridge when its done! Alistair also reveals there’s a ‘ghost’ button on Zwift ….  (more…)

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Feature: Everesting with Vitus Pro Cycling

It was a busy week for the Vitus Pro Cycling p/b Brother UK team with two ‘Everesting’ attempts for their chosen charity, CALM. We chat to the team … (more…)

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Feature: Strength and Conditioning for Cyclists

trainSharp’s Connor Murphy looks at the numerous advantages of Strength and Conditioning for cyclists (more…)

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Best of Memories: John Pierce

A photographer who has covered over 50 editions of the Tour de France, John Pierce writes about one the most memorable, the 1987 win by Ireland’s Stephen Roche (more…)

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Cycling Holidays: Cycling Holiday Spain

We asked Nozard at CHS for his top 10 reasons why he thinks (we do to) Cycling Holiday Spain are the number one training retreat in Spain and why it should be on your bucket list for your next cycling holiday! (more…)

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Best of Moments: Gordon McCauley (NZ)

Twice second in the Lincoln GP, winner of the Premier Calendar and a rider who rode as a pro in Europe, Gordon McCauley also medalled in the Commonwealth Games, one of his best moments in the sport (more…)

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e-Racing: trainSharp Tips

With normal racing still a long way off, e-Racing has replaced racing on the road and we have a feature from trainSharp coach and Sport’s Scientist, Alex Welburn with tips on this new and developing form of cycle racing (more…)

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E-Racing Lockdown Q&A: Oliver Peckover

Today’s E-Racing lockdown Q&A is with Oliver Peckover (ActiveEdge Race Team) who was a 2018 Zwift academy finalist in Cape Town with Team Dimension Data (more…)

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News: Tour of the Gila

British success in the Tour of the Gila as Gavin Dempster wins overall and Ireland’s Chris McGlinchey of British team Vitus Pro Cycling p/b Brother UK wins the final stage after second on stage 2 (more…)

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Best of Memories: Rebecca Richardson

Hill climber Rebecca Richardson (Brother UK-OnForm) reveals her best of memories – a very ad hoc and low-tech trip around Ireland (more…)

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British Cycling Press Release to Members

No confirmed dates from British Cycling about the resumption of cycle racing in email to membership but major events suspended until September 1st (to be reviewed fortnightly) (more…)

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Best of Memories: Neil Martin

Two very different 1970’s memories from former British champion Neil Martin – one with Aussie hero Phil Anderson at the AC BB and the other from his teenage racing days on a tandem! (more…)

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Lockdown Q&A: Maura Claffey

Today’s lockdown Q&A is with Maura (Maurabellla) Claffey of Brother UK/Onform who is based in Dublin (Ireland)  and has her my own physiotherapy practice – Beyond Baseline Physiotherapy (more…)

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Virtual Women’s Tour announced

This June will see the Women’s Tour back in action as an eRace on a virtual stage thanks to RGT Cycling and Women’s Tour organisers SweetSpot (more…)

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2020 Rapha Lincoln Grand Prix Cancelled

The postponed Lincoln Grand Prix and it’s support races have been cancelled due to British Cycling’s extending its suspension of racing until September 1 (more…)

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E-Racing Q&A: Rebecca Dawes (RFDA cycling team)

Today’s E-Racing question and answer is with young Rebecca Dawes (RFDA cycling team) who loves the virtual racing (more…)

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E-Racing Q&A: Paul Moss

A detail packed Q&A from Paul Moss, Chairman of Stowmarket & District CC and running an Ipswich and District Cycle Association Zwift TT league (more…)

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Lockdown Q&A: Tom Wright (Brother UK/Onform)

Today’s lockdown Q & A is from Tom Wright of (Brother UK/Onform) who is based in Spalding, (south Lincolnshire) and who’s highlight in 2019 was the chance to race in Belgium (more…)

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Best of Memories: Quickstep’s Giro d’Italia

More best of Memories, this time from the riders at Deceuninck – Quick-Step – Juan Manuel Garate, Jérôme Pineau,  Iljo Keisse and Bob Jungels who reveal their moment of glory at the Corsa Rosa. (more…)

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Best of Memories: Tom Murray (Minty)

Going through the pics in my archives, former pro Tom Murray is one of the riders who is constantly in the mix in races – he lets us in on what his favourite memories in cycling are… (more…)

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E-Racing: Sharon Bird (Edinburgh)

Another look at E-Racing, this time from Sharon Bird, an e-racer for the Wahoo LeCol team who is based in the beautiful city of Edinburgh, Scotland and was third in the British champs in 2019 (more…)

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Best of Memories: Max Stedman (Canyon DHB)

Winner of the Tour Of Antalya (Turkey), Max Stedman of Canyon DHB gives us his best memories in the sport so far (more…)

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Lockdown Q&A: Bailey Wilmot (Brother UK/Onform)

Today’s Lockdown Q&A is with Bailey Wilmot of Brother UK/Onform who is based just on the edge of the Peak District (Derbyshire) and who’s last race was the Eddie Soens in March (more…)

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News: Race Program for Trek Stars

Trek Segafredo star riders, Vincenzo Nibali, Richie Porte, Bauke Mollema, Mads Pedersen, Jasper Stuyven & Lizzie Deignan reveal/confirm race programs for new 2020 season (more…)

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E-Racing Q&A: George Mills-Keeling (Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling)

A keen rider with E-racing is George Mills-Keeling (Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling)  who finds it a lot of fun and says he would still race on Zwift if Covid stopping normal racing as he finds e-racing  makes for super good training.  (more…)

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Best of Moments: Anna Kay (CX Star)

Bronze medalist in the 2020 World Championships (U23 Women), Anna Kay, ‘the new British sensation’ said the UCI in an article last year, has been at the forefront of the sport of cyclocross and in our Best of Memories series, gives us an awesome account of her best memories so far in her young career […]

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Lockdown Q&A: Bryn Richards (Brother UK/Onform)

New! We have another Lockdown Q&A from the Brother UK/Onform team, this time with Bryn Richards, a first year junior (17) from Spalding (Lincs) who races road, cyclo cross and some time trials (more…)

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Best of Memories: Steve Joughin (Pro Vision Clothing)

The pocket rocket from the Isle of Man, Steve Joughin, recalls the trip he had to do to get to races in Britain from the Rock … (more…)

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E-Racing Q&A: Gavin Dempster

Third in the British E-Racing championship in 2019, Gavin Dempster knows E-Racing well and rides for one of the top ranked teams on Zwift, ‘Saris + The Pro’s Closet’ (more…)

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Lockdown Q&As: Ieuan Woods (Team Brother UK-OnForm)

The Lockdown Q&As continue, this time with the very strange (see the picture) Ieuan Woods from Team Brother UK-OnForm (more…)

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The Best of Memories: Doug Holland

  For me at VeloUK, this is perhaps the most special of people I have known as Doug helped me during my years as a junior in my home town in Australia – here are his best memories (more…)

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E-Racing Q & A: Lance Childs

From the experience of TDF rider Adrian Timmis in the first of the series to a young talent from trainSharp, Lance Childs, who tells us about his E-Racing in the second in the series (more…)

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Best Memories: Carole Leigh, Scott Davies & Chris Walker

In today’s The Best of Memories Series, we hear from official Carole Leigh who worked at London 2012, Welsh World Tour pro Scott Davies & British legend Chris Walker (more…)

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Team feature: James Knox Lockeddown

The 24-year-old Deceuninck – Quick-Step rider, James Knox, talks about life in lockdown and getting his head kicked in by the grippy roads and hard terrain in Cumbria after escaping from Andorra! (more…)

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Lockdown Q&A: Hannah Lancaster (Brother UK/Team OnForm)

Today’s Lockdown Q&A is with Hannah Lancaster (Brother UK/Team OnForm) who is based in Shropshire and who’s highlight in 2019 was riding the Curlew Cup (more…)

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Lockdown Q&A: Travis Bramley (Saint Piran Development Team)

Former triathlete Travis Bramley from the South West rides for the Saint Piran Development team and in this feature length Q&A gives us an insight into how he went from triathlon to cycling and how’s dealing with lockdown (more…)

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E-Racing: Adrian Timmis

A rider who knows how to finish a proper bike race, the Tour de France no less (1987), Adrian Timmis is still racing and in this first series feature on E-Racing, he takes the e-racing quiz… (more…)

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The Best of Memories: Colin Sturgess

New Series! In the first of a series called “The Best of Memories”, we find out from superstar Colin Sturgess what his best memories are in the sport of cycling (more…)

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Rider Chat: Chris Opie (Saint Piran)

There might not be any racing but Saint Piran’s new signing for 2020 Chris Opie is keeping busy promoting his home part of the country – we have a chat on what he’s up to (more…)

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trainSharp Coaching: The Process

The Coaching Process: walking through the trainSharp new athlete process, what it involves and what you can expect as a rider (more…)

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Lockdown Q&A with Joe Sutton (Vitus Pro Cycling p/b Brother UK)

In the last of the current Lockdown Q&As, we quiz Joe Sutton (Vitus Pro Cycling p/b Brother UK) based in Kent but isn’t phased by training on the turbo… (more…)

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Lockdown Q&As – Christina Wiejak

Christina rides for Jadan-Cyclespace Vive le Velo and is currently a postgraduate student based in Leeds but at home in Cumbria. (more…)

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Paolo Bettini Looks back at Pink in the Giro

Fifteen years after his first day in the pink jersey, the two-time World Champion Paolo Bettini looked back on his feats at that Giro d’Italia (more…)

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Lockdown Q&A: Julian Varley (Cycling Sheffield)

Another Lockdown Q & A from the Cycling Sheffield Elite cycling team with Julian Varley of Harrogate (more…)

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Lockdown with Ben Foames

This latest lockdown Q & A is with Ben Foames of TBW23/Stuart Hall/trainSharp who has just spent three years in Belgium and is now based In South East England in Kent and working part time. (more…)

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Feature: Dan Ellmore (Lincoln GP Organiser)

It seems so long ago now, but at the end of February I sat down with two people who have a very long running association with the Lincoln Grand Prix; the current organiser Dan Ellmore (2020 will be his 5th) and the organiser of all but 15 of the 65, Ian Emmerson. (more…)

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News: Mitchelton Scott Men on UCI Calendar

Matt White and Luke Durbridge from Mitchelton Scott give their reactions to the revised UCI WorldTour calendar was released by the UCI yesterday (more…)

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