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News: Jumbo-Visma Starts Women’s Team

From 2021, Team Jumbo-Visma will start its own women’s cycling team which will include Anna Henderson and Marianne Vos (more…)

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Startlist: RTTC National Hill Climb Championship

479 riders entered for the 2020 RTTC National Hill Climb Championship at Streatley (Nr Didcot) on October 25 (more…)

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trainSharp Mini Chat with James Shaw

This week trainSharp caught up up with their inspire talent programme rider James Shaw for him to share advice for aspiring juniors and U23 riders pursuing the dream of becoming a professional cyclist. (more…)

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News: Alaphilippe heading to Flanders

French World Champion Julian Alaphilippe will make his debut at the Belgian Monument Tour of Flanders this weekend with his Elegant – Quick-Step team (more…)

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News: GB Senior Academy Squad 2020/2021

The Great Britain Cycling Team confirms the riders who will train on the Great Britain Cycling Team Senior Academy Programme for the forthcoming season (more…)

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This Weekend: Circuit TT Champs

As well as cyclocross and hill climbs, this weekend also sees the final time trial championship of 2020 with the circuit one near Cambridge with loads of star names (more…)

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News: Trek-Segafredo for Vuelta

The third Grand Tour of the 2020 season is set to start Tuesday, October 20th, in the Basque Country, and Trek-Segafredo is taking a mix of youth and experience to the race with a core mission to target stage wins. (more…)

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News: Ribble Cycles Support Darren Hardy’s Challenge

Ribble Cycles are proud to support Darren Hardy, Veteran and Warrior Games double Gold Medallist, and his epic 10x10x10 challenge: 10 Ironman’s in 10 days in 10 different locations. (more…)

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Giro: Stage win for Sagan

Peter Sagan creates his Italian masterpiece on stage 10, grabbing first Giro d’Italia win in style with stunning solo victory, Ben Swift 4th – Race leader João Almeida third and extends lead (more…)

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News: World Title for GBs Reece Wilson

Great Britain’s Reece Wilson was crowned World Elite Men’s Downhill World Champion on the final day of the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships in Leogang (more…)

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News: Mads Pedersen wins Gent-Wevelgem

It was one of Mads Pedersen’s greatest wins as the former world champion nailed another sprint to take a massive victory in Gent-Wevelgem, the cobbled classics’ opening race – Luke Rowe 12th (more…)

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Another Rainbow Jersey for Pidcock

Tom Pidcock won his second rainbow jersey of the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships in Austria today, taking a convincing win in the under-23 men’s cross country race just two days after securing the victory in the men’s E-MTB race. (more…)

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News: Alaphilippe gets his win in the stripes

The Frenchman Julian Alaphilippe scored his first victory (Brabantse Pijl) since triumphing in Imola at the World Championships ten days ago (more…)

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Drama in Monument as Roglic wins Liège-Bastogne-Liège

In a drama filled finished, Primoz Roglic nicked the win from world champion Julian Alaphilippe who celebrated early and then was later relegated from second plac (more…)

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Liege-Bastogne-Liege: Win for Lizzie!

Lizzie Deignan won the classic race, Liege-Bastogne-Liege after attacking from a nine-rider breakaway on the infamous La Redoute climb, Hannah Barnes 6th (more…)

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News: BinckBank Tour TT Stage

Double Tour de France stage winner Søren Kragh Andersen (Sunweb) continues to win with victory in the time trial stage of the Binckbank Tour (more…)

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News: Becks Durrell Re-Signs for 2021 season

The CAMS-Tifosi women’s cycling team confirms it will extend the team contract for British Circuit Race Champion and double Lincoln GP winner Rebecca Durrell for the 2021 season (more…)

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Startlist: RTTC National 50 Mile Championship

25 champions from last weekend John Archibald (Ribble Weldtite) and Joss Lowden head the line up of the RTTC National 50 Mile time trial Championship on Sunday in the North East (more…)

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Binckback Tour: Win for the Former World Champion

Mads Pedersen (Trek Segefrado) wins Stage 3 of BinckBank Tour and takes over the race lead with two stages remaining, praises Charlie Quarterman – Mark Cavendish 8th overall! (more…)

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This weekend: National Trophy 1 (Westmorland)

The first of two rounds of the National Trophy Cycle Cross is this weekend in Cumbria at the Westmorland County Showground (more…)

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Team News: Fleche Wallonne (Men)

Tour de France stage winner, Marc Hirschi (Sunweb) the best of the goats up the Mur de Huy as he wins Belgium classic (more…)

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News: Thomas leads Ineos in Giro

Ineos have confirmed the riders to support Geraint Thomas, including British champion Ben Swift and Tao Geoghegan Hart, at the Giro d’Italia which starts this Saturday. (more…)

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News: 2022 Commonwealth Games Road Events

Wolverhampton (Time Trials) and Warwick (Road Races) confirmed as hosts for Birmingham 2022 road cycling events (more…)

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Team News: Trek-Segafredo for Giro

Trek-Segafredo is ready for the Giro d’Italia and the fight for Pink with the likes of home rider Vincenzo Nibali (more…)

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Team News: CCC Target Stages in Giro

The CCC Pro Team will line up at the Giro d’Italia targeting stage wins when the second Grand Tour of the season gets underway in Sicily this Saturday, 3 October (more…)

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Deceuninck – Quick-Step to Giro d’Italia

James Knox part of the Deceuninck – Quick-Step team for the 2020 Giro d’Italia which starts this weekend (more…)

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News: Simon Yates heading to Giro

Mitchelton-SCOTT & Simon Yates committed to the fight for pink at Giro d’Italia starting on Saturday (more…)

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Deceuninck – Quick-Step to Flèche Wallonne

New World Champion Julian Alaphilippe returns to Flèche Wallonne in the rainbow stripes to where he triumphed the past two seasons, becoming one of the few riders in history to rack up back-to-back wins. (more…)

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Team News: Alaphilippe World Champion

A powerful all-out attack on the final climb of the race in Imola propelled the Frenchman to a career-defining victory (more…)

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News: Wales to Host Track Nations Cup

British Cycling has announced that Newport (Wales) has been allocated the first round of the inaugural UCI Track Cycling Nations’ Cup 22-25 April 2021 (more…)

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News: Pidcock & Porte Sign for Ineos

Ineos confirm the signing of Pidcock and Porte to join Adam Yates for the 2021 season. Pidcock: “I just want to keep racing, learning and growing as a bike rider” (more…)

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Startlist: National 25m TT Championship

The fastest juniors, women and men time trialists lining up near Leicester on Sunday morning for the National 25 mile Time Trial Championship (more…)

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News: CAMS-Tifosi Women’s Social Ride

CAMS-Tifosi women’s cycling team is already planning another women’s social ride after the success of a ride out over the weekend saw nearly 100 women ride with the professional team riders. (more…)

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Women’s Giro: Longo Borghini first Giro victory

After nine years of trying, Elisa Longo Borghini finally got that place on the top podium step in the women’s Giro d’Italia after she outgunned Anna van der Breggen (Boels-Dolmans) in a two-up sprint on Stage 8 of the Giro Rosa.  (more…)

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TDF Stage 19 – Second win for Soren Kragh Andersen

Soren Kragh Andersen became the fourth rider with two stage wins at the 107th Tour de France after Wout van Aert, Caleb Ewan and Tadej Pogacar. No changes in the Overall (more…)

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TDF Stage 18: Ineos Duo Triumphant

Former world champion Michal Kwiatkowski and Giro winner Richard Carapaz (both Ineos) combine to ride away on final big mountain stage with Kwiatkowski given the stage win – Roglic continues to lead overall (more…)

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Team News: 2nd for Lizzie on Stage 7

Trek-Segafredo scored yet another podium placing at the Giro Rosa with UCI Women’s World Tour leader Lizzie Deignan sprinting from a select group to finish runner-up to Lotte Kopecky in Maddaloni. Crash for Vos and World Champion Annemiek van Vleuten (more…)

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Women’s Giro: Stage 6

Yet another stage win for Marianne Vos as she continues to dominate the Women’s Giro stages beating Hannah Barnes into second on stage 6; Annemiek van Vleuten continues to lead the GC, Lizzy Banks in 11th (more…)

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Men’s GB Team for Road Worlds

The Great Britain cycling team has confirmed the Men’s team for the UCI Road World Championships in Imola headed up by Geraint Thomas, Tom Pidcock and James Knox (more…)

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Women’s Giro: Another win for Vos

Win number 2 for Marianne Vos in the Women’s Giro ahead of Lizzie Deignan in third; race leader Annemiek Van Vleuten safely through stage five of the Giro Rosa (more…)

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TDF Stage 16: Win for Lennard Kämna

Lennard Kämna claimed his first Tour de France stage win on stage 16 at Villard-de-Lans after attacking of the days breakaway – the GC battle saw some little skirmishes but nothing came of them ahead of the queen stage on Wednesday (more…)

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Product News: New Bikes Genesis

Genesis bikes announce new range including a new top-spec Croix de Fer 50 and a second flat bar Croix de Fer after the success of this year’s model. (more…)

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News: Simon Yates wins Tirreno-Adriatico

Former Vuelta a Espana winner Simon Yates has been crowned the 2020 Tirreno-Adriatico champion following the final stage time trial in San Benedetto del Tronto. (more…)

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News: Lizzy Banks wins stage in Giro

Britain’s Lizzy Banks (Équipe Paule Ka) victorious after outstanding performance on Stage four of the Giro Rosa in Italy while Annemiek van Vleuten (Mitchelton-SCOTT) extends her lead overall (more…)

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TDF Stage 15: Another win for Pogacar

Tadej Pogacar wins key mountain stage ahead of countryman and race leader Primoz Roglic, last years Tour winner Bernal loses big time, Adam Yates in the GC mix attacking (more…)

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Women’s Giro: Vos wins stage 3

Marianne Vos attacked her way to victory on stage 3 of the Women’s Giro; World champion Annemiek van Vleuten extended her race lead on the summit finish in Assisi. (more…)

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Tirreno Adriatico: Yates Keeps Leaders Jersey

On a key day for the GC riders ahead of the Time Trial, Mathieu van der Poel wins the stage from the breakaway but Simon Yates finishes 6th and keeps the leaders jersey in Tirreno Adriatico (more…)

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TDF Stage 14: Win for Andersen

Soren Kragh Andersen solos to victory ahead of the GC peloton of 50 riders on Stage 14 of the Tour de France; Primoz Roglic holds on to his yellow jersey, Bora-Hansgrohe hammer the stage for Sagan’s Green Jersey challenge (more…)

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Tirreno Adriatico: Stage 6 – Yates Leads

Simon Yates (Mitchelton-Scott) retains the race lead after a stage six sprint won by Tim Merlier at Tirreno Adriatico (more…)

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TDF Stage 13: Win for Martinez

Columbia’s Dani Martinez won stage 13 of the 2020 Tour de France as he beat the Bora-Hansgrohe duo Maximilian Schachmann and Lennard Kämna on top of the col d’Puy Mary. (more…)

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Startlist: Four Dales TTT 2020

This Saturday (Sept 12), the Four Dales Team Time Trial in the North East over 42.2 miles with Harry and Toby Tanfield (more…)

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TDF Stage 11: Another Stage for Caleb Ewan

Caleb Ewan (Lotto-Soudal) took his second Tour de France victory this year, the fifth in his career, after he managed to fend off his rival Sam Bennett. Peter Sagan relegated whilst Primoz Roglic leads overall (more…)

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GB Women for World Road Championships

The Women’s team for the Great Britain Cycling team to compete in the UCi Road Worlds in Italy has been announced (more…)

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TDF Stage 9: Pogacar Wins GC Battle

Tadej Pogacar won his first Tour de France stage after his GC select group caught lone attacker Marc Hirschi, who soloed 90km, with just 2km to go (more…)

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News: BEC CC Anniversary 10

On Sunday morning, the Bec CC ran their Anniversary 10 on the G10/39 Horne Circuit, nr Godstone in Surrey. (more…)

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Nathan Edmondson sets new British Everesting record

Former domestic pro Nathan Edmondson set a new British Everesting record on 3rd September on  Blakey Bank in the North East of England  (more…)

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TDF Stage 7- win for Wout van Aert

After a crazy stage where GC riders were dropped on a sprint stage due to the cross winds, a lead group of 40 formed with race leader Adam Yates and Wout van Aert who won his second stage of the race (more…)

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TDF: Stage 6 win for Lutsenko

Victory for Alexey Lutsenko out of the day’s breakaway as the GC battle takes a day off in the mountains; Adam Yates continues to lead (more…)

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TDF: Stage 5 win for Van Aert

Twenty-four hours after the triumph of his leader Primoz Roglic at Orcières-Merlette, Wout Van Aert thrillingly broke free of his domestique role to grab a second consecutive victory for Jumbo-Visma – Adam Yates in yellow (more…)

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News: Knox 2nd on GC at Coppi e Bartali

James Knox sits in second place overall after his Deceuninck – Quick-Step team win the opening TTT in Coppi e Bartali TTT; Ethan Hayter second on stage 1 (more…)

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TDF: Stage 4 win for Roglic

Primoz Roglic showed that he is definitely in top shape as the Slovenian champion took his third Tour de France stage win in Orcières-Merlette – Julian Alaphilippe, fifth on the line, retained the yellow jersey (more…)

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Tour de France Stage 3

Caleb Ewan brings some joy back to his team as he wins stage 3 ahead of Sam Bennett, Julian Alaphilippe leads overall from Adam Yates (more…)

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Tour de France Stage 2 – Alaphilippe Victory

Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck-Quick Step) took his fifth Tour de France stage victory in Nice after outsprinting Marc Hirschi and Adam Yates. Alaphilippe now leads overall. (more…)

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Team News: Lizzie Deignan wins La Course

In the finale of La Course by le Tour de France, Trek-Segafredo teammates Elisa Longo Borghini and Lizzie Deignan put on a show that saw Deignan win the sprint against Vos (more…)

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Team News: Knox Heading for Italy

Cumbria’s James Knox is part of a young Deceuninck – Quick-Step six-man team heading to Settimana Coppi e Bartali starting on September 1st (more…)

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TDF: Trek-Segafredo Rider Chat

Trek-Segafredo riders  for the 2020 Tour de France, Bauke Mollema, Richie Porte, Jasper Stuyven, Mads Pedersen and Edward Theuns answering questions prior to the race starting on Saturday (more…)

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News: Jumbo-Visma chases yellow dream

Team Jumbo-Visma will be in the hunt for the yellow jersey in the Tour de France as the Dutch World Tour formation tries to finish on the top step of the podium in Paris with one of the two leaders, Primoz Roglic and Tom Dumoulin. (more…)

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News: Dan Martin Leading Team at TDF

Monument winner Dan Martin will lead team Israel Start-Up Nation in the Tour de France – the first time an Israeli team will participate in the hardest race in the world. (more…)

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News: Matthews wins Bretagne Classic

After a podium at Milan San Remo, Aussie Michael Matthews (Sunweb) made the top step in Bretagne Classic with Britain’s Dan McLay in 8th (more…)

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News: Deignan Wins GP Ploauy

After recent setbacks due to illness and crashes, Lizzie Deignan fought back through the rain to claim her first victory of the year at the Women’s World Tour classic and her third in the event. British rider Lizzie Banks (Équipe Paule KA) was second. (more…)

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Startsheet: Coalville Wheelers TT

Stacked field of Time Trial stars in Coalville Wheelers on August 31st (Monday) – Archibald, Bigham, Simmonds, Meakin, Lowden, Gordon & more (more…)

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News: Trek-Segafredo for TDF

Bauke Mollema and Richie Porte will co-lead Trek-Segafredo at the re-scheduled 2020 Tour de France, which will start in Nice on 29th August (more…)

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Team News: Alaphilippe & Bennett lead Quickstep

Julian Alaphilippe and Sam Bennett will lead the Deceuninck – Quick-Step team at the season’s first Grand Tour – the Tour de France (starts Aug 29) (more…)

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Team News: BORA – Hansgrohe signs neo-pros Matt Walls

German team BORA – Hansgrohe signs sprinter Matt Walls – The team say “we are confident that this foundation will enable him to cope well with the jump to the WorldTour” (more…)

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News: Luis Leon Sanchez Spanish RR Champ

Astana’s Luis Leon Sanchez took his first road race title at the Spanish National Championships after a powerful attack inside the final kilometre of the race (more…)

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News: Former British Cycling Boss Launches Cycling Academy

Former Head of Education at British Cycling, Dr. Vinny Webb, is to launch a full time cycling academy where riders aged between sixteen and eighteen years old can study for a BTEC ( Business and Technology Education Council in Cycling Performance and Development. (more…)

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News: Adam Yates Signs for Ineos

Adam Yates will ride for the team from January 2021, strengthening the squad’s British Grand Tour contenders. (more…)

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News: CCC For the Tour de France

CCC Team will line up at the Tour de France to target stage wins when the Grand Tour gets underway next Saturday, 29 August – led by Greg Van Avermaet, Matteo Trentin & Ilnur Zakarin (more…)

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News: Stewart Second in Limousin

Jasper Philipsen took his first win of the season for UAE Team Emirates on stage 3 of the Tour du Limousin with Britain’s Jake Stewart second. (more…)

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News: Sportives to Resume

British Cycling have announced that Sportives can resume with events capped at 600 riders – no (noticable) changes though to Circuit, Track or CX – still no road racing (more…)

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News: Tour de Wallonie Finale

Arnaud Démare wins the final stage and the overall for the Tour de Wallonie after an action packed final stage (more…)

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News: Tour du Limousin Stage 2

Fernando Gaviria wins stage 2 of the Tour du Limousin Stage on a day when the race was well split at the finish, Joel Sutter leads overall with Jake Stewart in 6th (more…)

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Startsheet: RTTC 10 Champs

Star studded huge entry for the RTTC National 10 Mile Championship sponsored By Merlin Cycles on August 30 at Newbury (more…)

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News: Simon Yates stays with Mitchelton-SCOTT

2018 Vuelta a España champion and two-time Tour de France stage winner Simon Yates will remain at Mitchelton-SCOTT having agreed to a contract extension that will see him race with the team until the end of 2022. (more…)

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News: GB for European Road Champs

GB for European Road Champs – Lizzie Deignan, Alex Dowsett and Tom Pidcock are amongst the squad of 23 riders who will represent Great Britain in the elite and under-23 categories. (more…)

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News: Ineos for Tour de France

The Ineos team reveal their Tour de France team without Geraint Thomas or Chris Froome who will be targetting other Grand Tours in 2020 – Bernal aims to repeat 2019 win (more…)

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News: Bennett wins Wallonie Stage

Irish Champion Sam Bennett takes fourth victory of the season after surviving a steep climb in the final on stage 3 of the Tour de Wallonie (more…)

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News: Vlasov wins Giro dell’Emilia

After a demanding 199-kilometre race, the Russian Champion Aleksandr Vlasov made the decisive move on the way up to Santa Luca and took an impressive solo win. (more…)

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NTT Pro Cycling name 2020 Tour de France team

NTT Pro Cycling is delighted to confirm the eight riders that will represent them at the 2020 Tour de France inc Kreuziger and Boasson Hagen  riding their 10th Tour (more…)

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Tour of Lombardy: Victory for Fuglsang

In a drama filled race, Jakob Fuglsang (Astana) wins the Tour of Lombardy from George Bennett – heavy crash for Remco Evenepoel sees him out for rest of season (more…)

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Result: Bec Cycling Club 25m TT

Almost 100 riders for BEC CC 25 mile time trial at Steyning on Sunday in the South East on the Course G25/93 (more…)

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Critérium Dauphiné: Stage 2

Primoz Roglic solo’s to victory in the mountains to continue Jumbo Visma’s domination of races on stage 2 of the Critérium Dauphiné – post race reactions from the riders (more…)

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News: Critérium Dauphiné Stage 1

Wout Van Aert continues to stun the cycling world with his third win in four races on stage 1 of the Critérium Dauphiné (more…)

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News: New teams for Bardet & Van Avermaet

A busy day on Monday for transfer news as Romain Bardet and Greg Avermaet sign for new teams for 2021 (more…)

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News: Remco Evenepoel wins the Tour of Poland

Remco Evenepoel’s stunning year continued this week, as the Deceuninck – Quick-Step rider claimed his first triumph in a World Tour stage race, Davide Ballerini claims his first World Tour victory on final stageand Simon Yates is third on GC (more…)

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News: Alice Towers stagiaire for Spanish Team

Talented junior rider, 17 year old Alice Towers who races for Cero Wheels/Cycle Division, is heading abroad to race for UCI Spanish womens team Eneicat RBH Global as a stagiaire. (more…)

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News: GC & two Stages for Roglic

Primoz Roglic gives his rivals plenty to think about with two stage wins and the overall in the three stage mountain race, Tour de l’Ain (more…)

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News: Deceuninck – Quick-Step to Critérium du Dauphiné

Winner of the KOM jersey at the previous edition, Julian Alaphilippe will be back at the start of the classic World Tour stage race along wit Britain’s James Knox (more…)

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News: Third for Yates in Poland

Two-time Tour de France stage winner Simon Yates has battled his way to third place on the penultimate and Queen stage of the Tour de Pologne today. (more…)

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Result: Milan – San Remo

Monument win for Wout Van Aert at longest ever Milan San Remo to go with Strade Bianche victory as he beats Julian Alaphilippe to the line in a two up sprint  (more…)

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Today: Tour of Poland Begins

 Remco Evenepoel, Simon Yates, Maximilian Schachmann and Jakob Fuglsang among others ready to fight for the win in the Tour of Pland which starts today (more…)

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This Thursday: Newcastle (Staffs) Track League

Another discipline coming back for riders is track racing but only on outdoor tracks and as a fan of such tracks, great to see the racing return – here’s a preview of the League Brooks Cycles Track League 2020 at the Newcastle (Staffs) track (more…)

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Team News: Deceuninck – Quick-Step Next Races

Remco Evenepoel and Fabio Jakobsen lead Deceuninck – Quick-Step  at Poland with James Knox; Sam Bennett goes to Milano-Torino (the oldest race in the world) (more…)

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News: Van Aert wins Strade Bianche

CX star and grand tour stage winner Wout van Aert won the fourteenth edition of the Strade Bianche in brutal temperatures, showing his skill on the loose gravel and his strength by making the key selection before going to solo and holding on to win his biggest classic yet. (more…)

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Team News: Remco Evenepoel Wins Vuelta a Burgos

Belgian Remco Evenepoel (Deceuninck – Quick-Step) becomes the youngest ever winner in the history of the Tour of Burgos (more…)

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News: Van Vleuten continues winning streak

World champion Annemiek van Vleuten made it five wins from five starts in 2020, as she defended her Strade Bianche title in stunning style in Siena. (more…)

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Tour of Burgos – Stage 4

A bold explosive attack launched seconds after he avoided a late crash in a tight hairpin, catapulted Sam Bennett to his third victory (more…)

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Tour of Burgos – Stage 3

The race hits the mountains and young star Remco Evenepoel moved into the driving seat at the Vuelta a Burgos, after a dominant display on the race’s first summit finish  (more…)

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New Bikes: Estrella Bikes Liso v3

Estrella Bikes reveal new and improve endurance carbon fibre Liso V3 – lighter and faster than ever (more…)

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Van Avermaet restarts season at Strade Bianche

Greg Van Avermaet (Team CCC) will return to the start line at Strade Bianche this Saturday, 1 August, where he is hoping to restart the season with success on Italian soil. (more…)

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Hatrick for Annemiek van Vleuten in Spain

World champion Annemiek van Vleuten was too good for her rivals once again claiming her third-consecutive victory in four days, with a solo win at Durango-Durango  (more…)

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Team News: Nizzolo Leads NTT at Burgos

NTT Pro Cycling has confirmed its selection for Vuelta a Burgos which sees the seven-rider line up spearheaded by Giacomo Nizzolo, winner of the opening stage of the 2019 event. (more…)

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News: Adam Wild’s Record Attempt

GS Metro’s Adam Wild is making an attempt on the RRA Circuit of Northumberland Record this weekend – here’s a Q&A with him from Ben Lane (more…)

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Results/News: Birmingham Midland Cycling TTs

Results of round 1 & 2 of the BMC Time Trial Series in South Birmingham on Tuesday and Thursday evening and some Sundays – details on the series (more…)

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News: Quick-Step Training Camp a Success

Sam Bennett and Zdenek Stybar look back on a successful Deceuninck – Quick-Step training camp at  Val di Fassa. (more…)

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News: Another win for van Vleuten

World champion Annemiek van Vleuten demolished the field once again today, claiming victory at Clasica Navarra to make it three-from-three solo race wins this season (more…)

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News: British Cycling Guidance for Racing

British Cycling has published a new document on the resuming of racing in August – here is a link to the 39 page PDF (more…)

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CCC Team at Vuelta a Burgos

CCC Team returns to the peloton next week with Matteo Trentin headlining the team’s Vuelta a Burgos rider roster when racing gets underway at the Spanish five-day stage race on Tuesday (28 July). (more…)

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News: Women’s Racing Returns

Lizzie Deignan 9th in Spanish race Emakumeen Nafarroako Klasiko, Hannah Barnes 33rd. Only 35 finishers as World champion Annemiek van Vleuten wins in style (more…)

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