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News: Hope Factory Racing in Belgium

Hope Factory Racing sent two of their riders, National Champion Paul Oldham and Under-23 Jack Clarkson, to Belgium last weekend to compete in two big European Cyclo-Cross races. (more…)

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Blog: Ian Field and another racing block …

Ian Field writes “What have I been up to since my last blog?! … Six races in three and a half weeks along with 2,300 miles in a car while trying to fit in enough training to compete at the highest level of Cyclocross in the World (more…)

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Blog: Bear Cross “Hardriders” Sunday Ride

Eammon Deane reflects on that first pre-season ride which is always going hurt a little bit …. (more…)

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Blog: Lynn Hamel’s National Hill Climb Championships

Team Herbalife Wheelbase rider Lynn Hamel writes “My preparation for this year’s championship has been very different to other years due to the length and rather shallow gradient of Long Hill.” (more…)

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Blog: First World Masters for Jon Lewis of the Charlotteville CC

Jon Lewis of the Charlotteville CC writes … I recently competed at the Masters World Track Championship 2011, here’s how it went… (more…)

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Blog: Ian Field’s American Mission

One of Britain’s top male Cyclo-Cross riders, former National Series winner Ian Field of Hargroves Cycles has been busy in the USA in search of UCI ranking points … (more…)

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Blog: Barney Storey’s British Championships

Barney storey writes … The Nationals this year were my 14th consecutive National track champs (feeling old now!!), which I didn’t realise until driving into the track for my first event on Day 1, the kilometre time trial. (more…)

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Cyclo-Cross Blog: Gabby Day’s Nocturne Racing

Gabby Day writes …  I have finally had that proper race sensation, where I feel like I am actually on it and everything flows well. It was a great feeling after my previous races where I felt pretty average at times! (more…)

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Blog: Sarah Storey in World Record Form

Sarah Storey writes … Just two and half weeks after returning from the World Road Championships we were back to racing again but this time on the track and contesting National titles (more…)

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Blog: Sarah Storey Heads Back to the Track

Post Road Worlds was a heady mix of chill out time, some work with some of the Olympic and Paralympic sponsors as well as that all important first chance to ride the London Velodrome. (more…)

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Barney’s Blog: Bikes, Equipment and Rainbow Jerseys!

Barney Storey writes … Watching Sarah compete in the World Championships in Denmark has been an extremely satisfying and proud occasion. (more…)

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Blog: More Rainbow Stripes for Sarah Storey

Sarah writes … Just over 12 hours after finishing the British Time Trial Championships I was heading out to Denmark to join up with the Paracycling team ahead of the Road World Championships which started today near the centre of this historic city. (more…)

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Blog: Patrick Salt

A wet and bedraggled Patrick Salt talks Time Trialing and Time Warps and gets controversial with the TT Champs (more…)

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Matt Clinton: Hill Climbs and the lack thereof

First things first, hill climbs hurt.  Now that’s been put forwards, you can understand why many people don’t do them. (more…)

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Result: Blenheim Palace TT 20

Sara Storey and Michael Hutchinson  the winners at the 20 kilometre  Blenheim Palace Time Trial (more…)

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Blog: Matt’s Hill Climb Guide

Matt Clinton – Occasional Racing Cyclist — guide to riding hill climbs as that season approaches fast (more…)

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Blog: Sarah Storey – A soggy race in Preston

After some exciting events for the “one year to go” to the Olympic Games and an easier week following the efforts at the Thuringen Rundfahrt, my attentions turned to my final Road event with Horizon Fitness Prendas for 2011. (more…)

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Blog: Tom Murray – Can’t beat the crits

One last podium presentation, one last interview, one last attempt to get out of the city centre you spent hours before the event trying to get yourself and your belongings into and the crit season 2011 is pretty much done. (more…)

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Blog: Patrick Salt

Patrick Salt writes… It’s been a bit busy over the last few weeks, but I managed to get to a few races anyway, as you do. (more…)

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Blog: Sarah Storey & Stage Racing

Sarah Storey writes about her recent stage race expereience on Germany … “When I came into cycling I always wanted to see just how far I could test myself in the sport both on the track and road”. (more…)

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Le Tour: Ben Swift-Stage 16 was a very a fast stage …

Ben Swift writes … Stage 16 was a very a fast stage 162km in a little more than 3:30hours. From the gun it was attack galore and it took a full 100km for the right break to actually form. (more…)

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Blog: Patrick listening in and thinking out loud

Latest offering from Patrick Salt who is listening in and thinking out loud about silly BC rules affecting 1st cat races and more… (more…)

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Blog: Sarah Storey

Post Deloitte RAB activities! – It’s been a couple of weeks since the last blog from Deloitte Ride Across Britain and there hasn’t been much chance since then to get writing again. (more…)

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Geraint Thomas looks ahead to stage 5

Well we are already on the bus, on the way to the start of stage 5 as the days soon start rolling into one during the tour. (more…)

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LE TOUR: Thomas & Swift Talk Shop

News from team Sky’s Geraint Thomas and Ben Swift as the riders assemble on the start line for the fourth stage of the 2011 Tour de France (more…)

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Jack Kirk Blog

Jack Kirk, chasing the Dream in France, Britain or wherever the opportunity arises, looks back at the last month or so … (more…)

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Blog: GB Academy’s Pete Mitchell

  Last Saturday I returned from Cottbus, Germany where I had spent 10 days both training and racing with Team GB (more…)

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Blog: Patrick Salt’s highlights of the last week

Patrick Salt, long time die hard fan of the sport of kings, cycling that is, writes (more…)

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Blog: Jody Cundy

So much has happened since my last newsletter, and also because I didn’t get chance to update you last month I’ve now got 2 busy months to fill you in on! (more…)

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Deloitte RAB 2011 – Day 1: John O Groats to Kyle of Sutherland

It barely seems 12 months since I was writing about today’s stage but the contrast in experience couldn’t have been further apart as today we set off in glorious early morning sunshine and a very welcome tailwind! (more…)

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Blog: Barney Storey

After a successful day 1 at the Ride Across Britain, here is Barney’s first blog about how he found it. (more…)

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Sarah Storey: Back to blogging!

It’s been a while since my last update and since then a few things that have happened which fall into the “not so perfectly planned” category. (more…)

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Report: Women’s Two Days of Bedford

The long running Bedford Two Day for women has been won for the second year in succession by Paralympic Gold medallist and multi World Champion Sarah Storey. (more…)

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Blog: Convoy …

Larry’s blog from an exciting day in the Endura RacingTeam Car on stage 1 of the Tour of DoonHame (more…)

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The Ben Swift Blog:

Looking back at 2011 so far, Ben Swift recalls the highs and lows of 2011 so far … (more…)

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Blog: Hannah Layland (Rudy Project Rd 2)

HannahLayland of the VC St Raphael/Waite Contracts ladies team, writes – This Sunday I took what felt like a very long journey to the lovely, sunny Lake District for the Rudy Project Round 2. (more…)

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Report: Success for Squadra Donne in Malta

A British women’s team, Squadra Donne, competed in Malta last weekend with Iona Sewell finishing in 3rd place overall and Steph Magri winning the first Maltese rider competition. (more…)

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Larry’s Blog: Websites & iGadgets

VeloUK publisher writes about all change at VeloUK headquarters … It has been quite a month. (more…)

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