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News: More medals for GB at Euros

Great Britain Cycling Team’s Laura Kenny, Katie Archibald and Ollie Wood all collected their second medals of the week on day three of the UEC European Track Championships in Apeldoorn, the Netherlands, with Kenny winning silver in the women’s omnium, Wood winning bronze in the men’s omnium and Archibald claiming bronze in the individual pursuit. […]

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Startlist: Closed Circuit TT Championships

World championship medallist Joscelin Lowden and 25 champions Christopher Fennell & Emily Meakin head a big line up for the RTTC Closed Circuit TT Championships (more…)

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News: More Medals for Nelson & GB

Great Britain’s women’s team pursuit quartet retained their title while Emily Nelson claimed her second medal in the space of two days at the UEC European Track Championships in Apeldoorn, the Netherlands, (more…)

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News: Dave Rayner Fund Awarded Charitable Status

The Dave Rayner fund, which works to enable young cyclists from all backgrounds to further their career in the sport, has been awarded charitable status by the Charity Commission and will now be known as The Rayner Foundation. (more…)

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News: Gold for Emily Nelson

Former World Madison champion Emily Nelson produced a sensational scratch race performance to win the first gold medal of the UEC European Track Championships today, while Great Britain’s men’s team sprint trio won silver. (more…)

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Startsheet: British Hill Climb Championships

Almost 300 riders entered for the 2019 Hill Climb Championships on the well known climb of Haytor where Hayley Simmonds and Ed Laverack hold the course record for this long up hill effort on the 3.1 mile course (more…)

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Tour of Lombardy: Win for Mollema

Bauke Mollema of Trek Segafredo won Italy’s final classic of the 2019 season with a solo victory at the end of the Monument, the Tour of Lombardy, Race of the Falling Leaves (more…)

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News: Trinity CX Team Launch

 British Continental Cyclo-Cross team TRINITY Racing will begin it’s new season this weekend with riders Tom Pidcock, Cameron Mason and Abby-Mae Parkinson. (more…)

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Starts Saturday: UCI World Masters Track Championships

Over 300 plus events and almost 600 riders taking part in the UCI World Masters Track Championships at Manchester velodrome starting on Saturday (more…)

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Team News: Yates in Tour of Croatia

Adam Yates wins Tour of Croatia to add to stage win the day before as Mitchelton-SCOTT celebrate successful week (more…)

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Report: Another win for Quickstep

Alvaro Hodeg wins rain-soaked Münsterland Giro for Deceuninck – Quick-Step, Connor Swift 15th and Chris Lawless 11th (more…)

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News: Katie Archibald Avoiding Complacency

On the verge of the winter track cycling season, Olympic team pursuit champion Katie Archibald says she is determined not to fall into the trap of relying on her Rio experiences as she and her team-mates target further success in Tokyo next summer. (more…)

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News: Jessica Roberts to Mitchelton-Scott

Aussie team Mitchelton-SCOTT signs brilliant young British talent Jessica Roberts to the boost their women’s team (more…)

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Team News: Rainbows for Pedersen

Mads Pedersen (Denmark) who rides for Trek Segafredo wins the elite men’s World Championships road race as he outsprints Trentin and Kung in a soaking wet Harrogate (Yorkshire) (more…)

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News: Silver for Trentin at Worlds

Italian Matteo Trentin had to settle for the silver medal in the UCI Road Race World Championship after brutal day in the saddle in Yorkshire. (more…)

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Riders: National Trophy CX Round 2

The next round of the National Trophy (October 5/6), round 2, is in the North West at the Westmorland County Showground – we have a list of entrants (more…)

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News: Bronze for Pidcock

After the DQ of Under 23 World championship winner Dutchman Nils Eekhoff, fourth placed Tom Pidcock was awarded the bronze medal on the podium for Yorkshire2019 (more…)

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News: Backstedt signs for Trek Segafredo

Trek-Segafredo is pleased to announce that British cyclist Elynor Bäckstedt will join the team for the three years beginning in 2020. (more…)

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News: Quinn Wins More Gold for USA

USA won their second rainbow jersey as Quinn Simmons won the Junior Men’s Road Race ahead of Italy’s Alessio Martinelli and Simmons compatriot Magnus Sheffield – the GB team did themselves proud with an attacking ride and 7th for Alfie George (more…)

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News: Trek-Segafredo signs Junior World Champions

Trek-Segafredo signs Junior Road World Champion Quinn Simmons for 2020 and Junior Time Trial World Champion Antonio Tiberi beginning in 2021. (more…)

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News: Evenepoel writes history in Yorkshire

At just 19 years of age, the Belgian Remco Evenepoel became the youngest ever male rider to claim a medal at the Elite World Championships (more…)

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News: Bronze for Backstedt in TT

Elynor Backstedt added to Great Britain’s medal tally by picking up her second junior women’s time trial bronze in successive years on day 2 of the UCI Road World Championships in Yorkshire. Leo Hayter 8th & Oscar Nilsson-Julien 9th in Mens Junior TT (more…)

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Yorkshire 2019: World Relay Championship

Hot favourites The Netherlands claimed the first ever UCI world title for Team Time Trial Mixed Relay whilst Great Britain were third (more…)

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This weekend: 2019/20 National Trophy – Derby

Entrant list for round 1 of the 2019/20 National Trophy at Derby this weekend (21/22nd September) organised by Team Empella Cyclo-Cross.com (more…)

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Paracycling Worlds Final Day

Craig Collis-McCann was the highest-finishing Briton on day four of the UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships, claiming fourth in the MT2 road race as Great Britain ended the championships with eight medals. (more…)

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News: Van Avermaet wins GP Montreal

 Greg Van Avermaet returned to the top step of a WorldTour podium with victory at the Grand Prix Cycliste de Montreal for the second time in his career. (more…)

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News: More Gold for Sarah Storey

Dame Sarah Storey added to her collection of world titles while Jaco van Gass won a debut road world championship medal on a dramatic day three at the UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships in Emmen, the Netherlands. (more…)

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News: Rainbow Stripes for GB in Holland

Dame Sarah Storey won the seventh WC5 time trial world title of her career, while Steve Bate and Adam Duggleby, Katie Toft, Ben Watson and Lora Fachie and Corrine Hall also won medals on day one of the UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships in Emmen, the Netherlands. (more…)

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Second Stage win at 2019 Vuelta for Gilbert

Stage 17 of the Vuelta and crosswinds and a sensational Deceuninck – Quick-Step team effort carries James Knox into the top 10 overall, with just four stages remaining and a stage win for Philippe Gilbert (more…)

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News: Knox up to 11th on GC at Vuelta

Cumbria’s James Knox knocks at the door of the top 10 overall after a well-crafted move and superb team effort on stage 16 of the Vuelta. (more…)

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News: Alaphilippe Prepares for worlds in Canada

One of the big favourites for the Road Worlds in Yorkshire will prepare for the race in Canadian World Tour races after a sensational Tour de France (more…)

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Jon Dibben Joins Lotto Soudal

Jonathan Dibben will strengthen the Lotto Soudal cycling team next year. The 25-year-old British rider who’s currently riding for Madison Genesis has signed a one-year contract (more…)

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News: James Knox Climbing Brilliantly

The young Brit James Knox from Cumbria is now 18th overall in the Vuelta with eight stages to go at the Spanish Grand Tour after finishing 13th on the stage to Los Machucos. (more…)

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Team News: Ben Swift Stays with Ineos

British Road Race champion Ben Swift will compete in Team INEOS colours for the next two years. (more…)

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News: 10th Grand Tour stage for Gilbert

Vuelta Stage 12 – The Belgian Philippe Gilbert held off the chasers after attacking out of the break and netted himself his 10th Grand Tour Stage win (more…)

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News: Tour de Beryl (Burton)

To mark the publication of Will Fotheringham’s latest book, The Greatest: The Times and Life of Beryl Burton, there are a number of events coming up where you can get a copy (more…)

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News: Sidwells on Tour at Ribble

Ribble are pleased to announce a series of evenings hosted by Chris Sidwells, talking about his new Cycling Legends Tom Simpson biography (more…)

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News: GB announces World Long List

The Great Britain cycling team has revealed the long list for the home Worlds in Yorkshire (more…)

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News: Quartermann to ride Brussels Classic

New signing for Trek Segafredo, Charlie Quarterman will join the likes of Ewan, Demare, Kristoff and Greipel in the  Brussels Cycling Classic next Saturday (more…)

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News: Charlie Quarterman joins Trek-Segafredo

Charlie Quarterman, current U23 British TT champion, riding for Holdsworth-Zappi, will join Trek-Segafredo as a stagiaire for the remainder of the season (more…)

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News: Knox moves up GC in Vuelta

With a profile like saws teeth & more than 3000 vertical meters as well as a tricky 4km-long gravel road sector; Deceuninck – Quick-Step’s James Knox responded brilliantly, surviving the peloton’s early tussle and chaos that ensued, climbing with a select group on the emblematic mountains of Andorra and putting in a brilliant ride, one […]

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Startlists: Bourne CiCLE Classic 2019

Emily Nelson of RST/Cycle Division, James Shaw, Jacob Scott, Ed Clancy, local Ali Slater of Vitus Pro Cycling p/b Brother UK and Men’s National Series winner Matt Holmes headline the line up for the inaugral Bourne CiCLE Classic 2019 (more…)

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Product News: New Continental Gravel Tyres

Continental throws its hat into the gravel market with two new tires – Terra Trail and Terra Speed (more…)

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News: Brother UK/Fusion RT 2019

After their best season todate, Brother UK/Fusion Racing Team are looking for some new riders for the 2020 season (more…)

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Team News: Ryan Mullen Extends Contract

Trek-Segafredo has confirmed that Ryan Mullen has re-signed for two more years. The 25-year-old Irishman secured his fourth time trial national title this year, and over the past two years has proven to be a valuable asset to the team in the spring Classics and support rider for the team’s leaders. (more…)

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News: Evenepoel extends with Quick-Step

The Belgian has inked a new deal with the UCI World Team Classification leader Deceuninck – Quick-Step for an additional three years (more…)

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News: Ribble launch CycloCross Bike

The all-new CX SL is a stunning addition to the Ribble line-up, with monocoque construction, seamless integration, superior control & grip and optimised power transfer. (more…)

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Transfer News: Degenkolb to Lotto Soudal

Lotto Soudal will welcome John Degenkolb to the team next year. The 30-year-old German trades Trek-Segafredo for Lotto Soudal and signed an agreement until the end of 2021. (more…)

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Startlist: Victor Berlemont Trophy

Provisional startlist for the Victor Berlemont Trophy, a 108 mile National B event at Oxfordshire on Sunday (more…)

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Startlists: National 25 Championship

The RTTC National 25 mile time trial championship takes place on the A50 between Uttoxeter and Etwall on Saturday and Sunday morning (more…)

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Team News: Fuglsang extends with Astana

Astana Pro Cycling Team announces a new 2-year agreement with one of the team’s leaders Jakob Fuglsang, with the Danish rider continuing in the Astana colors for 2020 and 2021 (more…)

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News: Mildenhall Grasstrack This Weekend

The crème of the Country’s top women grass-track riders will be racing on Sunday in the Mildenhall Cycling Mini-Fest as they compete to become this year’s Women’s National 800m Champion. (more…)

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Team News: Vuelta a Espana

Tao Geoghegan Hart, Owain Doull and former British RR Champion Ian Stannard the Brits in the Ineos line up for the Tour of Spain starting this Saturday (August 24) (more…)

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This Weekend: Junior Tour of Wales

World Junior CycloCross champion Ben Tulett wears number 1 in the Junior Tour of Wales starting on August 23rd (more…)

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Team News: Deceuninck – Quick-Step to Vuelta a España

Cumbria’s James Knox part of Deceuninck – Quick-Step’s team for the Vuelta a España starting in August 24 (more…)

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Team News: Lutsenko wins Arctic Race of Norway

Kazakh champion Alexey Lutsenko was the overall winner of the 2019 Arctic Race of Norway after the Astana rider finished 3rd on the last stage of the race (more…)

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News: Masters title for Holohan

Former professional Liam Holohan won his category at the British Masters Championships last weekend (more…)

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Team News: Dan Martin joining Israel Cycling Academy

One of the Worlds leading climbers and Monument winner, Dan Martin is to joing Israel Cycling Academy – “I feel it’s time for me to step into a new and exciting challenge” (more…)

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News: Crits return to Historic Town of Warwick

Following a gap of 9 years the popular town centre cycle races will return to Warwick on 1st September this year after efforts by local cycle club Warwick Lanterne Rouge (more…)

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News: Ribble Cycling Performance Squad

Cycling Performance Squad forges key partnership with Ribble Pro Cycling to form new junior team. (more…)

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News: Four Weeks Before Entries Close for World Masters

The World Masters Track Championships are being held at Manchester Velodrome on October 12th to 19th and there are just four weeks before entries close (more…)

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Team News: Mitchelton Scott for Vuelta

No Yates brothers for Vuelta as Mitchelton-SCOTT return to La Vuelta a España as the defending champions with an eye for stage wins and the overall (more…)

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News: Wright a stagiaire at CCC

Fred Wright, 20, will join Georg Zimmermann as a stagiaire with CCC Team for the remainder of the 2019 season with the British rider set to make his debut at the upcoming Deutschland Tour. (more…)

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This Weekend: Ryedale Grand Prix

The final prem of the year ;-( is this Sunday where the first winner of the race, Russell Downing is just one of many star riders on the start list (more…)

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News: Viviani is European Champion

The Italian Elia Viviani  won the European Road Race championship in Alkmaar (Netherlands)  ahead of his Deceuninck – Quick-Step teammate Yves Lampaert (more…)

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Team News: Van Avermaet Leads CCC Team at Binck Bank Tour

Greg Van Avermaet will lead CCC Team’s Binck Bank Tour (formerly Eneco Tour) roster in Belgium and the Netherlands next week when the UCI WorldTour seven-day stage race gets underway on Monday (12 August) (more…)

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News: Zakarin to CCC Team

CCC Team will welcome Tour de France and Giro d’Italia stage winner Ilnur Zakarin to its ranks with the Russian signing a two-year contract for the 2020 and 2021 seasons. (more…)

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News: Nibali signs for Trek-Segafredo

Trek-Segafredo announces the signing of Vincenzo (The Shark of Messina) and Antonio Nibali with two-year contracts  (more…)

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News: Mark Donovan Signs for Sunweb

Team Sunweb have signed three top riders from the U23 ranks, Alberto Dainese (ITA), Mark Donovan (GBR) and Thymen Arensman (NED)  (more…)

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News: Scottish Women’s Tour Starts Friday

Stretching across five cities, the three-stage Scottish Women’s Tour will get Scotland on its feet (more…)

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News: Sadness Fills the Peloton in Poland

Today at the Tour of Poland, the stage was filled with sadness with grieving at the memory of Bjorg Lambrecht losing his life the stage before and condolences to his family, friends and teammates at Lotto – Soudal (more…)

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News: Brother UK Extends Sponsorship

Brother UK will extend its commitment to the Brother UK- FusionRT elite women’s cycling team into a third consecutive season, announcing today that it will continue its sponsorship in 2020. (more…)

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News: Doncaster Track

The Doncaster Cycle Track , a one kilometre long, 6 metre-wide traffic-free circuit with a cobbled climb to be completed ahead of the Women’s Junior Road Race and Men’s U23 Road Race which start at the new facility on Friday 27 September.  (more…)

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Transfer News: Trentin Strengthen’s CCC Team

European champion Matteo Trentin is set to join CCC Team on a two-year contract from 2020 in a move that will strengthen the team’s Classics and Grand Tour rosters. (more…)

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News: Ribble Cycles pops in to Bluewater

Ribble Cycle’s latest pop-up store is the first cycle store at Kent’s iconic Bluewater shopping centre (more…)

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News: CCC Team RideLondon/San Sebastián

CCC Team Rosters Announced For Clásica de San Sebastián and RideLondon Surrey Classic (more…)

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Sunday: Sprint Stars for RideLondon

Whilst the domestic stars in Britain race the Manx International, Tour de France stage winners Caleb Ewan, Elia Viviani, Mike Teunissen and Daryl Impey are on the startlist for RideLondon on a revised course  (more…)

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This Weekend: Clasica San Sebastian

No rest for the Tour de France stars with the Spanish Clasica San Sebastian this weekend with Alaphilippe & Mas heading up Deceuninck Quickstep’s line up (more…)

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News: GB for Junior Track Worlds

The Great Britain Cycling Team has confirmed the riders who will represent the country at the forthcoming UCI Junior Track World Championships in Frankfurt. (more…)

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Manx International Stage Race

This week, the major domestic  event over three days takes place – the Cycle 360 Manx International Stage Race on the Isle of Man starting on Friday and encompassing four stages over the three days (more…)

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News: GB for Paracycling World Cup

The Great Britain cycling team has confirmed the riders, including the legend David Stone, who will contest the final UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup of the season in Baie-Comeau, Canada, next month (more…)

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News: Knox Climbs to 4th in Adriatica Ionica

The young British climber James Knox finished in the top 5 at Lago di Misurina, midway to the top of Tre Cime di Lavaredo and is now 4th overall after the queen stage (more…)

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Startlist: RTTC National 25 mile Championship

The weekend sees the blue ribbon RTTC National 25 mile Championship on Saturday (Women/Junior) and Men’s (July 28) on the controversial A50 dual carriageway (more…)

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News: Toby Barnes 2nd in Sussex

Teenage cycling sensation Toby Barnes (RST/Cycle Division) claimed the best result of his road career with an overall second place in the prestigious Tour of Sussex while ‘guesting’ for the Shropshire-based Holohan Coaching Race Team (more…)

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Startlists: Junior Road Race Championships

This weekend sees the biggest domestic race of the Junior race calendar with the chance to win the British stripes at the British Junior Men’s & Women’s Road Race Championships in Lincolnshire on Sunday (more…)

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This Wednesday: Sheffield Grand Prix

British champion and last years winner Joey Walker (Madison Genesis) heads up the entry for the 2019 Edition of the Sheffield Grand Prix on Wednesday (July 24) (more…)

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New: James Knox extends Quick-Step

Now in his second year in the World Tour, promising climber James Knox agrees contract extension with Deceuninck – Quick-Step for a further two years (more…)

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News: Continental TDF Tubular

Continental launches limited edition Competition TdF LTD 2019 tubular tire to celebrate 100 years of the Yellow Jersey (more…)

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Startlist: South Coast Classic (Sunday)

This Sunday, the National Road Race Series continues for men and women with the South Coast Classic, starting on the iconic Victorian Eastbourne seafront before the riders race through stunning Sussex countryside including the challenging climb of Beachy Head multiple times and then a return to Eastbourne (more…)

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Tour de France Stage win for Simon Yates

Vuelta a España champion Simon Yates sprinted to his debut Tour de France victory on stage 12 to give Mitchelton-SCOTT their second win of the race. (more…)

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News: Time Trial for Tour of Britain

Worcestershire will be the scene of a potentially race-deciding stage when it hosts an individual time trial on day six (Thursday 12 September) of this year’s Tour of Britain. (more…)

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Tuesday: Crit Racing heads for Colne

One of the longest serving rounds of the Elite Circuit Series, Colne will play host to the best crit riders on Tuesday night – can Matt Bostock make it four from four? (more…)

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News: Tejay van Garderen Out of Tour

American Tejay van Garderen has been forced to withdraw from the Tour de France after breaking his hand in a crash on stage seven. (more…)

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This Sunday: Stockton GP

The north east will once again play host to some of the country’s best riders this weekend, with round 6 of the women’s National Road Series and round 7 of the men’s National Road Series both taking place at the Stockton Grand Prix (more…)

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Product News: Canyon Launch CF Evo Disc

Canyon is now proud to unveil the Ultimate CF Evo Disc – the latest, lightest disc brake variant of the Ultimate, at under 6 kg,  one of the lightest disc brake road bikes ever created. (more…)

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News: Ribble Cycles popping up across the country

To celebrate the launch of their latest pop-up, Ribble held a launch evening featuring British cycling legend Sean Yates, cycling luminary Brian Robinson BEM, Ribble Pro Cycling alongside the Ribble design team at their new store in Trinity Leeds. (more…)

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Startlists: British Circuit Race Championships

The entries for the 2019 British Circuit Race Championships on July 21st  (Sunday) in Rochester have been released with 60 (plus reserves for the men) and 39 for the Women’s race  (more…)

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Viviani clocks up maiden Tour de France win

 Elia Viviani makes it two in a row for Quickstep at the Tour de France winning an enthralling sprint at the end of the long 213.5km stage 4 – his teammate who led him out, Julian Alaphilippe  continues in Yellow (more…)

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Startlist: Newcastle Town Centre Racing

Wednesday (July 10) sees the Elite Circuit Series heading to the centre of Newcastle for round 3 with double winner Matt Bostock (Canyon DHB) leading the way (more…)

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New Routes for RideLondon

The RideLondon-Surrey Classic has a new route for 2019 with the iconic climb of Box Hill as its centrepiece. (more…)

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News: Crit stars heading for Abergavenny

Olympic Games gold medallist Ed Clancy and Commonwealth Games silver medallist Jon Mould head a star-studded line-up for this Friday’s Wales Open Criterium around Abergavenny town centre. (more…)

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News: Jens Voigt Charity Ride

For the seventh year running Trek Ambassador Jens Voigt will be returning to the New Forest to raise money for the Epilepsy Society  (more…)

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This Wednesday: Otley Town Centre Races

Wednesday sees on the classic events on the British racing calendar, the Otley Town Centres with a lot of big names on the startlist including Tom Pidcock, Rus Downing, Jess Roberts, Abby-Mae Parkinson, Anna Henderson, Matt Gibson & many more (more…)

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News: Brother UK-Tifosi

Brother UK will extend its support for the Brother UK-Tifosi p/b OnForm squad into a second season next year, as the dominant team in British women’s cycling considers UCI classification. (more…)

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News: CCC Team for the Tour de France

The CCC Team is set to line up at the Tour de France with eight riders motivated to go for a stage win when racing gets underway this Saturday in Brussels led by Greg van Avermaet. (more…)

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Wallingford Festival of Cycling July 14

GS Henley in conjunction with the Wallingford Festival of Cycling are running a series of criterium races in the South Oxfordshire town of Wallingford on the afternoon of the 14th July. (more…)

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News: Estrella Bikes Liso/Liso Disc Updated for 2019

The Estrella Bikes Liso & Liso Disc models have been updated for 2019 and during the Tour de France, they are offering custom coloured decals at no extra charge! (more…)

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Team News: Ineos for TDF

Geraint Thomas and Egan Bernal will be joint leaders of Team INEOS in the 2019 Tour de France, in what will be the Team’s first race at Le Tour under new ownership. (more…)

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Startlist: Beaumont Trophy

Former winners Russell Downing (x2), Chris Latham (Vitus Pro Cycling p/B Brother UK , and Peter Williams among the entries for the 2019 Edition of the Beaumont Trophy on July 7 at Stamdfordham (more…)

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Start List for The CurlewCup

National series race winners inc. Rebecca Durrell and Leah Dixon among the entries for the 2019 Curlew Cup on July 7 at Stamdfordham (more…)

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News: Adam Yates leads Mitchelton-Scott at TDF

Mitchelton-SCOTT has named its eight-man squad for the upcoming Tour de France, calling on a mix of climbing specialists including Simon Yates and ‘big’ men to support leader Adam Yates at the second Grand Tour of the season. (more…)

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News: Quickstep for the Tour de France

Riders who between them have won close to twenty races this season for the Wolfpack will be at the start in Brussels in the colours of Quick-Step  (more…)

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News: WorldTour win for Carthy

Carthy took a shot Sunday on the race’s final day and mountain test. And he struck gold, turning a long-range mountain attack into a brilliant solo raid across the Tour de Suisse’s high passes, earning his first WorldTour victory in the process. (more…)

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News: Madison Genesis Team to Stop

It is with a great regret that we are have learnt tonight that Madison Genesis will cease racing at the end of this season. (more…)

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Crit Champs 2019: Circuit Revealed

The historic Rochester Castle will provide the backdrop as this year’s national circuit champions are crowned on Sunday, July 21. (more…)

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British Road Championships: Startlists

There are star studded start lists for the British Road championships on Thursday June 27, (Time Trials) while the road races will be contested on Sunday June 30. (more…)

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Startlist: Alexandra Tour of the Reservoir

Startlist and course for the 2019 edition of the Alexandra Tour of the Reservoir on June 22/23 in Northumberland (more…)

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News: Mathieu van der Poel To Ride Tour of Britain

One of the world’s hottest new cycling talents on the road, cyclo-cross star Mathieu van der Poel will ride the Tour of Britain for the first time in September (more…)

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Geraint Thomas given all-clear after Tour de Suisse Crash

Geraint Thomas given all-clear after Tour de Suisse Crash – his place in the Tour de France isn’t likely to be affected by the crash (more…)

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