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Feature: John Archibald (Eolo Kometa)

On Friday, Scotland’s John Archibald will line up with Eolo Kometa at the Vuelta a Asturias – we chat about his racing so far in the pro peloton after a year of time trials in 2020 (more…)

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News: Ribble Cycles Superlight e-Bikes

Ribble’s flagship and award-winning electric carbon road bike, the Endurance SL e, is now available in a new Hero edition creating the lightest e-bike in its class and one of the lightest e-bikes in the world at just 10.5kg. (more…)

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Dylan Groenewegen come back in Giro

Team Jumbo-Visma has announced the final roster for the Giro d’Italia with the most notable name on the roster being the return of Dylan Groenewegen (Jumbo Visma). (more…)

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Team News: Crimson Orientation Marketing Race Team Launch

The Crimson Orientation Marketing Race Team will be back to the start grid this summer after a long 16 months with no racing with ‘name’ riders such as Circuit Race Champion Joey Walker, CX star Toby Barnes, Hill Climb star Mary Wilkinson and more (more…)

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Interview: Alice Towers

First year senior Alice Towers (Drops LeCol pb/ Tempur) is about to race the biggest races in her life at Fleche Wallonne and Liege-Bastogne-Liege – we chatted last week. (more…)

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Interview Connor Swift – Classics Rider

In the Monument that is the Tour of Flanders, Connor Swift showed he has the legs to flex his muscles at the front of the bike race – we chat about it… (more…)

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Interview: Chris McNamara

A leading coach at trainSharp, Chris Mcnamara, continues to win races and coach cyclists from pro riders to those who just ride; we chat about his goals for 2021 and much more (more…)

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News: Flagship Showroom for Ribble Cycles

Ribble Cycles have opened their brand new, landmark state of the art flagship showroom in the heart of the Ribble valley. (more…)

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Double Dutch: The Rider in Second Place

Feature article by Rose Manley  on Annemiek van Vleuten the rider and person and Anna van der Breggen who won the Road Worlds in 2020 – the article is from the 2020 Road Book which you can get a discount on thanks to a VeloUK code at the end of this article. (more…)

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Result: Welwyn Wheelers 31m TT

Ashley Cox fastest in the Welwyn Wheelers 31.1 mile time trial on April 2nd; Lucy Charles was fastest woman (more…)

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Tour of Flanders: Asgreen beats Van der Poel

The Danish Champion Kasper Asgreen wins his first ever Monument victory on clinchers at the end of an incredible Tour of Flanders – beats Mathieu van der Poel in two up sprint (more…)

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Result: Velo Club Long Eaton 10m TT

Oliver Peckover (19:40) fastest in the Velo Club Long Eaton 10 mile Time Trial on April 4; Jessica Denman fastest women (more…)

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Result: Plymouth Corinthian 10m TT

Rob Walker fastest in the Plymouth Corinthian 10 mile Time Trial on April 4; Martina Geraghty fastest woman (more…)

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Result: North Lancashire RC 10m TT

George Peden fastest in the North Lancashire RC 10 mile time trial on April 3rd; Maddie Leech was fastest female (more…)

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Feature Interview: Joey Walker

Racing for a leading Elite team in 2021, Joey Walker is also being supported by some personal sponsorship like that from Cero Wheels (more…)

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Result: Kings Lynn CC 25m TT

Ross Fawcett fastest in the Kings Lynn CC 25 mile Time Trial on April 3rd, Anna Harrison fastest woman (more…)

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News: Stuyven set for Flanders

With a monument in the pocket, Jasper Stuyven of Trek Segafredo enters Ronde van Vlaanderen (Tour of Flanders) with a calm mind and strong legs (more…)

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Mathieu van der Poel Pre Flanders Chat

Mathieu van der Poel, winner in 2020 of the Tour of Flanders, is one of the favourites again for this Monument in Belgium and chatted to WielerFlits  (more…)

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News: Valverde wins GP Indurain

Alejandro Valverde (Movistar Team) solos to win the one day race in Spain, GP Indurain ahead of Alexey Lutsenko and Luis León Sánchez (Astana – Premier Tech) (more…)

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Tour of Flanders: Wout Aert wants Home Monument

Wout van Aert looking to win the ‘Ronde’ this year after finishing second last year and after having won Ghent-Wevelgem recently. (more…)

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Tour of Flanders: BikeExchange lead with Matthews

Team BikeExchange head into the Ronde van Vlaanderen on Sunday with Michael Matthews leading the hunt for the team’s only missing Monument.  (more…)

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Tour of Flanders: Julian Alaphilippe

Julian Alaphilippe and Kasper Asgreen share their thoughts ahead of this Spring’s only cobbled Monument, the Tour of Flanders – Alaphilippe: “It’s an immense honour to race Flanders in the rainbow jersey again” (more…)

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Result: Castle Combe TT Series

Joshua Tarling fastest (19.06) in the return of the Castle Combe 10 mile Time Trial Series on March 31st (Wed); Isabel Sharp fastest female (more…)

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Result: Crawley Wheelers CC Sporting TT

trainSharp coach Chris McNamara fastest in the Crawley Wheelers CC Sporting Time Trial on Good Friday in the South East; Kerry McGawley was the fastest female (more…)

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Lotto Soudal talk Tour of Flanders

Tim Wellens on Tour of Flanders: “The Ronde is one of the most important events on the Belgian cycling calendar. Of course there are three big favourites, but especially in a race like De Ronde, there’s so much that can happen along the way and that’s why it is dangerous to say who will win […]

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Report/Result: Teign Valley Hilly TT

Saint Piran’s Steve Lampier got his 2021 campaign off with a flying start, taking the win in the Mid Devon CC’s Hilly event in a new course record. Natasha Reddy won the women’s event (more…)

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Merlin Cycles CTT Classic Circuit Series

Phil Williams and Joss Lowden fastest in men/women categories in the first round of the Merlin Cycles CTT Classic Circuit Series in Cheshire. Jacob Tipper (Ribble Weldtite) fastest on a road bike (more…)

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Dwars door Vlaanderen: Win for Van Baarle

Dylan van Baarle secures one of his biggest victories with a rousing solo victory at Dwars door Vlaanderen. (more…)

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Dwars door Vlaanderen: Win for Annemiek van Vleuten

European champion Annemiek van Vleuten wins two up sprint to take a brilliant victory in Waregem in the semi classic, Dwars door Vlaanderen, (more…)

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Product News: New Gravel Bikes from Ribble

Ribble Cycles unleash an all-new Gravel focused platform designed for riders looking to conquer off-road terrain, Four key category models in three distinct materials. (more…)

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Startlist: Crawley Wheelers Sporting TT

trainSharp coach Chris McNamara last off in the Crawley Wheelers Sporting time trial over 41.6 miles near Brighton on April 2nd (more…)

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Startlist: Welwyn Wheelers 31m Hilly TT

Ashley Cox last off in the Welwyn Wheelers 31.1 mile time trial on April 2 in Hertfordshore; 120 riders (more…)

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Startlist: North Lancashire Road Club 10m TT

2020 championship medallist Simon Wilson of Ribble Weldtite last off in the North Lancashire Road Club 10 mile Time Trial on April 3rd near Lancaster; Rebecca Rimmington of Merlin Cycles top seed in the women – 120 riders (more…)

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Startlist: Brighton Mitre CC Hilly 10m TT

74 riders entered for the Brighton Mitre CC Hilly 10 mile time trial on April 3 near Billingshurst in the South East (more…)

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Startlist: Barnesbury CC 21 mile TT

Keith Murray last off from the 120 entries in the Barnesbury CC 21 mile Time Trial on April 3rd near Ponteland in the North East (more…)

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Startlist: Kings Lynn CC 25 mile time trial

Mark Richards last off in the Kings Lynn CC 25 mile time trial on April 3rd near Kings Lynn on the A134 (more…)

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Startlist: Velo Club Long Eaton 10m TT

Multiple champion and record breaker Matt Bottrill last off in the Velo Club Long Eaton 10 mile Time Trial on April 4 near Derby (more…)

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Startlist: Plymouth Corinthian CC 10m TT

65 riders on the startlist for the Plymouth Corinthian CC 10 mile time trial on April 4 near Totnes (more…)

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Startlist: CC Weymouth 10m TT

53 riders on the startlist for CC Weymouth’s 10 mile time trial on April 4 on the P451/10 course (more…)

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Startlist: Brighton Mitre CC Hilly TT

Joss Lowden, who recently unofficially broke the women’s hour record in training, one of the star riders entered in the Brighton Mitre CC Hilly Time Trial (more…)

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Startlist: Cambridge CC 15m Time Trial

Former British RR Championship medallist Russell Hampton and GB International Hayley Simmonds on the startlist for the Cambridge CC 15m Time Trial on April 5th nr Cambridge (more…)

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Startlist: Manchester BC Bioracer Kudos Series #3

Championship medalist Simon Wilson (Ribble Weldtite) takes on GB academy riders & track star Jonny Wale in Manchester Bicycle Club TT (Bioracer Kudos Series); Sarah Storey & Eluned King two of the leading females   (more…)

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Good Friday: Teign Valley Hilly TT

Road stars Steve Lampier, Max Stedman, Freddie Scheske headline the entry for the annual Teign Valley Hilly TT over a tough 23 mile course which skirts the edges of Dartmoor (more…)

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Quick-Step to Dwars door Vlaanderen

  Julian Alaphilippe continues his Classics campaign with his race debut at Dwars door Vlaanderen in what will be the UCI World Champion’s second outing of the season on the cobbles (more…)

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Women’s Tour of Flanders

On Sunday April 4 the women’s peloton will gather in Oudenaarde for the start of the Tour of Flanders & in addition to defending champion Van den Broek-Blaak, the provisional start list includes many other big names, such as Van Vleuten, D’hoore, Kopecky and our very own Lizzie Deignan. (more…)

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Philippe Gilbert takes a break

Following a disappointing Milan-Sanremo and abandons at the E3 Saxo Bank Classic and Gent-Wevelgem, the 2017 Tour of Flanders winner  Philippe Gilbert  (Lotto Soudal) will take a period of necessary rest, both physically and mentally. (more…)

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Volta a Catalunya: GC win for Adam Yates

Adam Yates, Richie Porte and Geraint Thomas locked out the podium at the WorldTour event after a thrilling final day in Barcelona where Thomas de Gendt won the stage. (more…)

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Gent Wevelgem: Wout Van Aert Victory

A group of seven riders battled for the win in the 2021 Edition of Gent Wevelegem with Wout van Aert fastest from Giacomo Nizzolo and Matteo Trentin (more…)

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Coppi e Bartali: Final Stage

Mikkel Honoré won a pulsating final stage of the Settimana Internazionale Coppi e Bartali, after an audacious day spent on the offensive; Ethan Hayter 4th on stage, Paul Double 9th (more…)

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Volta Catalunya: Stage 6

A strong BORA-hansgrohe team puts Peter Sagan on top with sensational sprint victory on Volta a Catalunya stage 6, Adam Yates continues to lead overall (more…)

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E3 Harelbeke: Solo win for Asgreen

Kasper Asgreen (Deceuninck – Quick-Step) won an amazing edition of E3 Harelbeke after a solo effort “Winning this makes me super proud and happy” says the Danish champion (more…)

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Volta Catalunya Stage 5

Lennard Kämna solo’s to victory on stage 5 of Volta Catalunya after a big breakaway stays clear of Adam Yates and his team who controlled the gap to the breakaway and Adam continues to lead overall (more…)

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Coppi e Bartali Stage 4

Vingegaard wins fourth stage and consolidates leading position in Coppi e Bartali, Ethan Hayter third overall, best Young rider and Points leader (more…)

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Brugge-De Panne – Women’s Edition:

Grace Brown defied the sprinters in Belgium as she soloed to her first WorldTour victory in emphatic style at Brugge-De Panne. British champion Alice Barnes was 8th (more…)

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Volta a Catalunya – win for Chaves

Yesterday’s second place finisher Esteban Chaves shone on today’s Queen stage at Volta a Catalunya, attacking with seven kilometres to go and holding on for a spectacular solo victory (more…)

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Report: British Team Cup on Zwift

With Covid lockdown in place, Lisa West took to the Internet Zwift to the British Team Cup series up and running with wins for Victoria Lovett (individual) and Saint Piran (team)  (more…)

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Volta a Catalunya: Stage 3

Adam Yates solo’s to a climbing victory at Vallter 2000 to move into the race lead at the Volta a Catalunya. Four Brits in the top 8 overall! (more…)

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Brugge-De Panne: Victory for Bennett

Sam Bennett took his first career victory in a World Tour one-day race in spectacular fashion, winning the 45th Driedaagse Brugge-De Panne by several bike lengths (more…)

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Startlist: Merlin Cycles Classic Series

Strong line up for first round of the Merlin Cycles Classic Series (time trial) on April 2nd near Whitchurch (more…)

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Coppi e Bartali TTT – Win for Israel Start-Up Nation

Israel Start-Up Nation with time trial star Alex Dowsett win the Team Time Trial stage of the Settimana Internazionale Coppi e Bartali – Dowsett 2nd on GC as Cavendish leads (more…)

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Merlin Cycles Sponsor CTT Classic Series

Cycling Time Trials have revealed that one of the longest running online bike stores in the UK, Merlin Cycles, will be sponsoring the their annual ‘Classic Series’ in 2021. (more…)

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News: Cavendish Leads Coppi e Bartali

Mark Cavendish returned to Italy – a country where he claimed some of his finest triumphs after almost two years and needed just a couple of hours to leave his mark on the Settimana Internazionale Coppi e Bartali. (more…)

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Volta a Catalunya stage 2 Time Trial:

Rohan Dennis produced a superb ride to claim victory in the stage two time trial at Volta a Catalunya, the Australian’s first victory since taking the TT world title in Yorkshire in 2019 (more…)

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Volta a Catalunya Stage 1

Danish rider, Andreas Kron, in his first WorldTour stage race, won the opening stage of the 100th edition of the Volta a Catalunya ahead of Luis Leon Sanchez (more…)

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News: Scheldeprijs Women’s Race

On Wednesday April 7th, the very first Scheldeprijs for women will be on the road and among the teams competing will be Drops Lecol taking on six of the best WorldTour squad riders including sprint star Hannah Barnes (more…)

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BikeExchange Women for Brugge-De Panne

Britain’s Jess Roberts part of Team BikeExchange who continue their Belgian Classics campaign as they line-up for the one-day Oxyclean Classic Brugge-De Panne on Thursday (more…)

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Report: South DC e-TT Championships

 CTT South DC region hold their inaugural e-TimeTrialing Championships on the 21st March with Ant Gritton the first senior rider (more…)

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Per Sempre Alfredo: Moschetti Victory

Italian sprinter Matteo Moschetti delivers third win of the weekend for Trek Segafredo with a glorious sprint in Florence at Per Sempre Alfredo (more…)

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Trofeo Alfredo Binda: Win for Longo Borghini

Elisa Longo Borghini soloed to a brilliant solo win in Trofeo Alfredo Binda – the most-established standalone one-day race for women – matching the Trek-Segafredo men’s team thrilling victory by Jasper Stuyven in Milano-Sanremo a day earlier. (more…)

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News: Froome & Martin for Volta a Catalunya

On what has been described as an insanely hard course, Israel Startup nation have selected Chris Froome and Dan Martin in their squad for the climbers race, Volta a Catalunya (more…)

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Volta a Catalunya: James Knox part of Quickstep

Starts tomorrow: James Knox heading to Volta a Catalunya with Deceuninck – Quick-Step for a race on an insanely hard course giving almost no moment of respite for the peloton (more…)

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Coppi e Bartali – Cavendish to Stage Race

Mark Cavendish will make his first Italian outing in almost two years at next week’s Settimana Internazionale Coppi e Bartali, where he is lining out after some solid racing on Belgian soil earlier this week (more…)

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News: BikeExchange for Brugge-De Panne

A familiar face in British races a decade ago (where have those years gone!), New Zealand’s Jack Bauer is heading to Oxyclean Classic Brugge-De Panne on Wedensday with the BikeExchange team (more…)

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Milan San Remo: Victory for Stuyven

A brave attack at the bottom of the Poggio by Jasper Stuyven, and some help from DSM’s Søren Kragh Andersen, saw the Belgian Stuyven win the fastest edition of Milan San Remo (more…)

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Milan San Remo – The Poggio

Over the past twenty years, the Poggio was becoming less and less decisive. Since the turn of the century, a sprinter has triumphed on the Via Roma no less than eleven times. But in the last four years the turnaround has come thanks to Kwiatkowski, Nibali, Alaphilippe and Van Aert. (more…)

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Bredene Koksijde Classic: 12th for Jake Stewart

Praise for Jake Stewart from his boss at Groupama-FDJ, Yvon Madiot “What Jake did today is really good. Once he gets some more strength and experience, I think he’ll be a very good Classics rider” (more…)

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Volta a Catalunya: Simon Yates

2018 Vuelta a España Champion Simon Yates and recent fourth place Paris-Nice finisher Lucas Hamilton, will lead a strong Team BikeExchange outfit at next week’s 100th edition of Volta a Catalunya, hungry for the general classification victory. (more…)

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Mark Cavendish Chats to Sporza

In an interview with Sporza, Mark Cavendish says “ideally, I would rather just ride my bike” and admits talking openly makes him nervous (more…)

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News: Lotto Soudal Ready for Milan SanRemo

Degenkolb, Ewan, Gilbert and Wellens headline strong Milan-Sanremo squad for Lotto Soudal racing the 112th edition of ‘La Classicissima’, Milan Sanremo (more…)

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News: Tom Pidcock heading for a Monument

Neo WorldTour pro Tom Pidcock was able to fit in right away between the big boys in Strade Bianche and this weekend he gets the chance to do that again, in Milan-SanRemo, the first monument in his career (more…)

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In The Winners’ Words: Wout van Aert

In 2020, Wout Van Aert had a winning year and in The 2020 Roadbook, Wout van Aert talks about the winning of races (more…)

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Products: New Continental Tyres

Continental rolls out new category of tyre with the Ruban and eRuban Plus – MTB tyres for offroad and onroad use (more…)

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News: Lauren’s Olympic Dreams Ended by Crash

Former Great Britain Cycling Team member Lauren Dolan says the motorist who caused the road crash that ended her career took away her childhood dream of competing in the Olympics. (more…)

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UCI Updates International Road Calendar

The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) has published an updated version of the men’s and women’s 2021 UCI Road International Calendar (more…)

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BikeExchange for Milan San Remo

Third place finisher in 2015, Michael Matthews will lead Team BikeExchange at Milan San Remo this weekend as they hunt for a second victory in the iconic cycling monument on Saturday 20th March. (more…)

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Deceuninck – Quick-Step to Milan-Sanremo

Options for Deceuninck – Quick-Step at Milan San Remo as World Champion Julian Alaphilippe and Sam Bennett headline their squad for the first Monument of the season (more…)

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Women’s Tour: TT for Warwickshire

WorldTour event, the Women’s Tour, heading for Shakespeare’s county with a ’10’ mile time trial and a stage finish in Banbury in October (more…)

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CAMS-Tifosi for Amstel Gold 2021

British UCI Continental women’s team CAMS-Tifosi has a confirmed entry into the prestigious classic Amstel Gold race to be held in April in the Netherlands. (more…)

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Nokere Koerse: 6th for Jake Stewart

Today (Wednesday) Jake Stewart confirmed his good form and his liking for the races in Flanders. In Nokere Koerse, the finish of which was as usual at the top of a short cobbled climb, the young British rider from Coventry, took sixth place on the day. (more…)

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Tour of Britain More Host Towns Revealed

Starting in Cornwall and finishing in Aberdeen, the Tour of Britain organisers have revealed more of the host towns and cities for the 2021 Edition, the first in 722 days (since 2019 edition) (more…)

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Peter Sagan Getting in the Miles

After having the Covid virus and losing time on the bike, riding stage races to get in the race miles is key for Peter Sagan as he looks ahead to a big year with the aim to get back to winning  (more…)

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Tirreno-Adriatico TT Win for Van Aert

He can sprint, he can climb and he can certainly time trial as Wout van Aert wins the final stage Time Trial ahead of the European and World Time Trial champions (more…)

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Tirreno-Adriatico Victory for Pogacar

Winner of the 2020 Tour de France and in 2021, already the UAE Tour winner, Tadej Pogačar clinched the 2021 Tirreno-Adriatico with another strong time trial (more…)

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News: John Archibald’s TT at Tirreno-Adriatico

After a year of nothing but time trials, Scotland’s John Archibald (Eolo-Kometa Cycling Team) got to finish off a WorldTour stage race with a time trial after a ‘wild’ ride in the tougher than expected Tirreno-Adriatico (more…)

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Team Series Events on Zwift

British Team Cup for women series organiser Jon Miles has registered a series of four races to be held on Zwift as a bit of early season competition for his British Cup registered teams (more…)

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Big time racing in UK set to return at Cyclone Festival of Cycling

The Cyclone Festival of Cycling, the North-East’s biggest cycling event, set to host one of the first major road cycling races to be held in the UK for over a year. (more…)

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Easy day for Wout Van Aert in Tirreno Adriatico

Relatively easy day for former race leader Wout Van Aert and his team Jumbo-Visma on stage 6 in Tirreno Adriatico  (more…)

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Tirreno Adriatico: Würtz – timekeeper-turned-poacher

Israel Start-Up Nation’s 26-year-old Dane, Mads Würtz Schmidt, heads up the breakaway at the end of Stage 6 in Tirreno Adriatico whilst Pogacar and Wout van Aert have a ‘rest’ before final stage time trial (more…)

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Cavendish for Belgian Races this Week

Mark Cavendish is back in action, ten days after picking up his first podium of the season for new team Deceuninck – Quick-Step – racing Nokere Koerse and Bredene Koksijde Classic this week (more…)

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News: Movistar eTeam announces Lineup

British riders feature in the international roster for the Movistar eTeam for 2021, the first esports team created by a WorldTour / WWT-licensed organisation (more…)

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Paris-Nice: Stage 8

Two crashes & dislocated shoulder sees Primoz Roglic lose his stranglehold on the Paris-Nice GC battle as Maximilian Schachmann benefits with a second overall victory and Dane Magnus Cort Nielsen grabs the stage victory (more…)

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Tirreno-Adriatico: Stage 5

Just when you think you have seen it all from Mathieu van der Poel, he attacks solo 50km from the finish and wins the stage. Race leader Pogacar chases him and extends lead over third placed on thje stage, Wout van Aert (more…)

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Tirreno Adriatico: Stage 4

Tour de France champion Tadej Pogačar, already a big winner in the UAE Tour in 2021, took the lead from Wout van Aert on stage 4 after Pogacar’s summit finish stage win (more…)

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Paris-Nice: Stage 7

Primoz Roglic attacks his way to his third win in four days at La Colmiane, catching out Gino Mader who was the final rider in the day’s breakaway to be caught (more…)

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Tirreno-Adriatico: Stage 3

Mathieu van der Poel achieved his goal of a stage win, in this years Tirreno-Adriatico with victory on stage 3. In Gualdo Tadino, the Dutch champion beat race leader Wout van Aert and Davide Ballerini on the uphill finish. (more…)

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Paris Nice: Stage 6

Despite a crash the day before, Primoz Roglic made it clear who held the reins of Paris-Nice when he outclassed the peloton in an uphill sprint in Biot to snatch stage 6 and increase his lead (more…)

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Healthy Aging Tour Stage 3

Lonneke Uneken wins the final stage in horrendous conditions, Ellen van Dijk of Trek Segafredo wins the 2021 Healthy Ageing Tour  (more…)

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Feature: Alice Towers

The youngest rider in the Drops LeCol s/b Tempur team, Alice Towers, is making her debut this weekend in Belgium – we chat! (more…)

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Healthy Aging Tour: Stage 2

Ellen Van Dijk blows away the competition in the stage 2 time trial at the Healthy Aging Tour; three Brits in the top 10 — Joscelin Lowden 6th, Alice Barnes 7th Anna Henderson 9th (more…)

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Tirreno-Adriatico: Stage 2

The rainbow jersey shines in Italy on stage 2 of Tirreno-Adriatico as Julian Alaphilippe outsprints a stellar field in an electric finale to take first victory of the year (more…)

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Paris-Nice Stage 5

Sam Bennett avenged his disappointment on stage 2 to snatch his second stage win of this years Paris-Nice; Primoz Roglic continues to lead despite a crash and the loss of Tony Martin (more…)

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Josh Brown feature

Q&A: Josh Brown (Tofauti Everyone Active)

In the final Q&A feature from the team of young riders at Tofauti Everyone Active, we quiz Josh Brown who is a junior and based in Northamptonshire. (more…)

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Tirreno-Adriatico: Stage 1

Wout Van Aert sprints to victory on the opening stage of Tirreno-Adriatico in a big bunch kick as he sees off the challenge of Caleb Ewan and Fernando Gaviria (more…)

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News: Paris-Nice Stage 4

Primoz Roglic solos to a stage victory and the leader’s jersey as Tao Geoghegan Hart crashes out of Paris Nice (more…)

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Paris-Nice Stage 3 ITT

Young Swiss rider Stefan Bissegger wins the stage 3 Time Trial and takes the Yellow jersey in the classic French stage race, Paris-Nice – “I train a lot on the TT bike so I can handle it pretty well. It definitely makes me happy” (more…)

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Tirreno-Adriatico Startlist

A star studded Tirreno-Adriatico starts on Wednesday with Tour winners (Pogar/Geraint Thomas/Bernal) and defending champion in the race, Simon Yates among the riders (more…)

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British Cycling Statement: Cycling and the Roadmap out of Lockdown

Following a meeting with Sport England and other national governing bodies yesterday, British Cycling has published information related to its plans for a return to sanctioned activities (more…)

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Paris Nice: Stage 2

Team DSM opened their winning account for the 2021 season, with Cees Bol sprinting to victory on stage 2 of Paris-Nice; Michael Matthews leads overall (more…)

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News: Women’s Tour Penultimate Stage

Colchester and Clacton will host the penultimate stage of the Women’s Tour as the world’s top cyclists get set to race from the historic castle town to the English coast on Friday 8 October*. (more…)

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