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LOCKDOWN! Q&A with Fergus Robinson (Eiser Hirumet)

If you think Lockdown! is hard here, how about Spain? We quiz Fergus Robinson (Eiser Hirumet) from Hexham in the North East who is in Spain under strict lock down. It was this rider where the idea came from for this series… thank you! (more…)

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News: Abergavenny Festival of Cycling

The 2020 Abergavenny Festival of Cycling, due to take place in June, has been cancelled for the first time in its’ history as organisers look to re-arrange dates for sportif, the Wales Open Criterium and Junior Grand Prix . (more…)

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Lock Down: Zdenek Stybar (Deceuninck – Quick-Step)

The reigning E3 Harelbeke champion Zdenek Stybar (Deceuninck – Quick-Step) talks of his 2019 victory and coping with the pause that abruptly hit the cycling season. (more…)

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News: Trek Factory Riders & the Olympics

The 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo (Japan) are to be postponed to 2021 due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic – Trek Factory Racing riders including Lizzie Deignan, Vincenzo Nibali, Mads Pedersen, and Richie Porte give their reactions to the news of Games postponement (more…)

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Rapha Lincoln Grand Prix & Supporting Events Postponed

It is with great sadness that the organisers have had to announce the postponement of the Rapha Lincoln Grand Prix 2020, following the announcement from British Cycling that all events are suspended until June 30th. (more…)

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Interview: Devin Shortt (Cero/Cycle Division)

A long way from his native South Africa where he has been national champion four times and represented his country at two World Road Championships, Devin Shortt in 2020 is being looked after by the Cero Wheels/Cycle Division racing Team in the UK … (more…)

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News: Ribble Cycles Live 2020

Ribble Cycles to host the world’s first interactive bike show on Friday (more…)

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News: Brother UK Honours Team Contracts

Brother UK will honour the contracts of its four sponsored cycling teams throughout 2020, despite the decimation of the racing calendar by the coronavirus pandemic. (more…)

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Coronavirus Effect on Racing

Round up of what the governing bodies responses are to the Coronavirus and the cancellation of cycle races (more…)

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Cancelled: Cicle Classic

It is with massive disappointment that the decision has been taken with primary sponsors and key partners that the 16th edition of the Rutland-Melton CiCLE Classic, set to take place on Sunday 26th April, is cancelled. (more…)

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Startlist: British Team Cup Round 1

First round of the British Team Cup will be at the Milton Keynes Bowl this Saturday – here is the startlist (more…)

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News: British Road Championships in West Midlands

The 2020 British Road championships begin on Thursday 18th June (Time Trials) in on a circuit around North Warwickshire with the road races on Saturday 20th June, starting at Centenary Square in Birmingham and ending in Wolverhampton for a city centre finish. (more…)

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News: Cyclone Festival of Cycling 2020

The full event line-up for the 2020 Cyclone Festival of Cycling has been confirmed following British Cycling’s announcement that the Curlew Cup women’s race and Beaumont Trophy men’s race are both to feature in their 2020 National Road Series. (more…)

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Startlist: Betty Pharoah Memorial Legstretcher RRs

Cardiff Ajax promoting the long running Betty Pharoah Memorial Legstretcher Road Races on Sunday in Wales – we have the startlists for both the Nat B and 3/4 races (more…)

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Startsheet: Roy Thame and Spring Chicken RRs

This Saturday sees the long running double header of the Nat B Roy Thame Cup and the 3/4 Spring Chicken (more…)

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Q&A: Darnell Moore (Vitus Pro Cycling p/b Brother UK)

After his first ride for the Vitus Pro Cycling p/b Brother UK team at the brutal Samyn GP, we asked the Irish rider Darnell Moore a few questions on how he found the race (more…)

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Team News: Saint Piran

Cornish team, Saint Piran Pro Cycling, has launched its 2020 Elite team headed up by sprinter Chris Opie and Ed Laverack and with Colin Sturgess filling the Directeur Sportif role (more…)

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Team News: Nibali to ride “Race to the Sun”

Vincenzo Nibali, who was scheduled to race in Italy at Tirreno-Adriatico, has decided since its postponement to line up in France at Paris-Nice. (more…)

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Team News: Deceuninck – Quick-Step to Paris-Nice

For the first time since igniting the hopes of a nation last summer at the Tour de France, where he carried the coveted yellow jersey into the final weekend, Julian Alaphilippe will be at the start of Paris-Nice (more…)

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News: British Cycling Confirms National Series

British Cycling has confirmed the schedule for the 2020 National Road Series and National Circuit Series which VeloUK revealed over a months ago (more…)

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News: Vitus Pro Cycling p/b Brother UK

A long way from a Nat B start to the season, UCI conti team, Vitus Pro Cycling p/b Brother UK, travelled to Belgium and a UCI 1.1 to get their season started. (more…)

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Event News: Race on Worlds Course

Racing Club Ravenna are hosting a 75 mile National B road race on the same circuit as the 1982 World Road Championships on Saturday June 27th (more…)

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André Greipel to Visit London Cycle Show

The London Bike Show has announced that 22-time Grand Tour stage winner André Greipel will be attending the event on March 27/28 (more…)

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Winners race Report: Severn Bridge RR

First year senior George Mills-Keeling of Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling won the 2020 edition of the Severn Bridge Road Race on Sunday – we quiz him on the victory (more…)

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News: Lincoln Grand Prix

News on the presenting sponsor (MinebeaMitsumi) for the Rapha Lincoln Grand Prix and the Sportive (more…)

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News: Entries Needed in West Midlands

Entries are needed for two handicap road races in the West Midlands on March 22 and 29 (more…)

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Events: Eddie Soens Memorial

Startsheet for the 59th Eddie Soens Memorial at Aintree and promoted by Harry Middleton CC (more…)

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Events: 37th Jock Wadley Memorial Road Race

The early season classic events continue with the 37th Edition of the 134 kilometre Jock Wadley Memorial Road Race in Essex on March 8th (more…)

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Interview: Dan Tulett (Vitus Pro Cycling p/b Brother UK)

A World Championship medallist in cyclo-cross as a Junior, Dan Tulett of Vitus Pro Cycling p/b Brother UK is now focused on a road career (more…)

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TLI Cycling News: Champion of Champions

All the TLI Cycling Nationals this year – Time Trial, Road Race, Crit and Hill Climb, will be part of the ‘omnium’ type competition to decide the Champion of champions. (more…)

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News: World Track Masters Championships Information

The World Masters Track Cycling Championships returns to Manchester in October (10th to 17th) and entries are now open (more…)

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Track Worlds: Gold for Barker

It was gold for Great Britain Cycling Team’s Elinor Barker in the points race on the final day of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Berlin. (more…)

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News: UCI Track Cycling World League

The UCI and Discovery partner up to organise and promote the UCI Track Cycling World League (more…)

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World Track Championships Day 4

Matt Walls claimed his first ever elite world championship medal this evening in the Velodrom Berlin, taking the bronze medal in the omnium after a thrilling points race secured his spot on the podium. (more…)

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Jasper Stuyven of Trek Segafredo wins Omloop Het Nieuwsblad in two up sprint with Yves Lampaert with Soren Kragh Andersen third. (more…)

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Ardèche Classic: Win for Quickstep

A formidable display of aggressivity and panache of the Frenchman Rémi Cavagna netted the Deceuninck – Quick-Step team their 13th success of the year (more…)

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Women’s Omloop Het Nieuwsblad

World champion Annemiek van Vleuten solo’d to a emphatic victory in Omloop Het Nieuwsblad, her first race in the rainbow jersey whilst Lizzy Banks was sixth – reactions from both. (more…)

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News: Trinity Road Team Revealed

Tom Pidcock leads a select group of riders in the 11 man Trinity Road Team with a European race programme (more…)

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World Track Championships Day 2

Another Silver for the Great Britain Cycling Team at the World Track Cycling Championships in Berlin as Gold medals continue to elude the team (more…)

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Team News: Yates Leads UAE Tour

Race leader Adam Yates of Mitchelton Scott  consolidated his position at the top of the general classification with a battling third place on stage five of the UAE Tour. (more…)

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News: Silver for GB at Track Worlds

Ryan Owens, Jack Carlin and Jason Kenny got the Great Britain Cycling Team off the mark on the medal table at the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Berlin, securing the silver medal in the men’s team sprint on the first day of competition. (more…)

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Team News: CCC Confident for Classics Openers

After two stage races together, Greg Van Avermaet and Matteo Trentin (Team CCC) are eager to test their partnership at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad and Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne at the ‘opening weekend’, which officially marks the start of the Classics season. (more…)

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News: British Trophy & CX Championship Dates

British Cycling have announced the dates for cyclocross National Trophy (2020/21) and the 2021 Cyclocross Championships which are to be held in Crawley (more…)

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2020 UAE Tour: Stage 4

Dylan Groenewegen gets his win as he sprints to victory on stage 4 of the UAE Tour; Adam Yates continues to lead overall (more…)

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News: Win for Adam Yates in UAE

Adam Yates climbed to his first race win of the season in a dominant display up the Jebel Hafeet climb on stage three of the UAE Tour. Now leads overall. (more…)

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Feature Interview: Jonny McEvoy (Genesis Ambassador)

From cyclocross to the road including the madness of Paris Roubaix to crits in Britain, one of the country’s top cyclists Jonny McEvoy is now taking to gravel riding as an ambassador for Genesis bikes – we chat about his 2020 year ahead and the career that preceded being a gravel rider… (more…)

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News: Michaelgate Hill Dash Returns To Lincoln

Lincoln businessman and Bailgate resident David Newell owner of Newells Projects Ltd is back to support the Rapha Lincoln Grand Prix cycling weekend as title sponsor for the Michael Gate Hill Dash which is held on the Saturday evening prior to the Rapha Lincoln Grand prix events on Sunday. (more…)

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News: Mapei Sponsor British Club

The Halesowen Athletic and Cycling Club have announced sponsorship from Mapei, which will see the iconic tiled squares design of one of cycling’s most legendary teams figuring on the purple kit of one of the West Midlands best-known cycling clubs. (more…)

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News: Max Stedman wins in Turkey

Max Stedman of  Canyon DHB had his biggest win today in the Tour of Antalya on Sunday after telling VeloUK last week his goal in 2020 was to win a  UCI race or stage race – it didn’t take long for Max to win the latter. (more…)

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Team News: Evenepoel wins Volta Algarve

After climbing with the mountain goats on the previous stages, Remco Evenepoel out time trialed the world champion and his GC rivals to win the final stage and the overall in the Volta Algarve (more…)

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Team News: 2nd for Aussie Haig in Ruta De Sol

Saturday’s stage winner Jack Haig put in a strong time trial performance on the final day of Ruta del Sol to move himself up to finish in second place overall, his second podium finish of the season.  (more…)

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Team News: Fuglsang wins Ruta Del Sol

Two stages wins, two second places and a sixth for Astana’s Jakob Fuglsang who repeated his overall victory in the Ruta Del Sol in 2019 to win for the second year in  a row (more…)

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Volta ao Algarve: Stage win for Lopez

Attacking with 500 meters to go on a steep part of the final climb Alto do Malhão, Miguel Angel Lopez has scored his first success of the year, winning the fourth stage of the Volta ao Algarve, Evenpoel holds on to GC on mountain finish (more…)

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Team News: Win for Haig at Ruta del Sol

Bouncing back after yesterday’s disappointment, Australian climber Jack Haig, riding a tactically astute race, claimed his first stage victory of the season on a hard penultimate stage in Ruta del Sol. (more…)

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Team News: Fuglsang wins again in Ruta Del Sol

Jakob Fuglsang sprinted to his second stage win on a punchy uphill finish in Ubeda on stage 3 of the Ruta De Sol (more…)

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Press Release: Lincoln GP All Go For 2020

A race regarded as a cobbled monument in the British cycling calendar, the Lincoln Grand Prix, will again be in the heart of the historic sector of the host city having found a new sponsor (more…)

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Volta ao Algarve stage 2

Remco Evenepoel continued his exceptional start to the season and stunned his rivals on Alto da Foía, where he surged to victory in spectacular fashion and took not just the stage but also the yellow jersey (more…)

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News: Rowe extends contract at Ineos

Luke Rowe extends contract with Ineos for four years – “I turned pro here; I’ve been here from day one – and now I’m as excited as ever to be part of this new chapter with INEOS” – Luke (more…)

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Team News: Deceuninck – Quick-Step to UAE Tour

James Knox leads the GC battle for Deceuninck/Quick-Step at the UAE Tour – Three National Champions will be in action for the Wolfpack at the week-long race  (more…)

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News: Brother UK Sponsor Crimson Performance

Brother UK will continue its sponsorship of the Crimson Performance-Orientation Marketing cycling team for a third consecutive season in 2020. (more…)

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Team News: Win for Jakobsen in Algarve

Dutchman Fabio Jakobsen (Deceuninck – Quick-Step) stormed to victory on the opening day of the Volta ao Algarve just as he did in 2019 (more…)

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Team News: Ben Swift in Algarve

British road race champion Ben Swift 16th on stage 1 of the Volta ao Algarve “Encouragingly, I felt good on the steep climbs, I was able to move up and into position” (more…)

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Startlist: 48th Severn Bridge RR

The 48th Edition of the long running early season classic, the Severn Bridge Road Race takes place on March 1st, here is a provisional start list (more…)

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Startlist: Primavera Races (Devon)

Startlist for the Elite and category 3/4 event at Mid Devon CC’s Primavera Races in Devon on Sunday (Feb 23) (more…)

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News: Opportunties for Development Team Riders

Thanks to a new UCI rule allowing riders registered with a development team to race with the related WorldTeam during the season, Groupama-FDJ give Jake Stewart (20) opportunity to compete in the Tour of Algarve (more…)

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News: CiCLE Classics

The 16th edition of the Rutland – Melton International International CiCLE Classic which will take place on Sunday 26th April is once again taking shape with a further course change which will push the race distance to 200.5 kms, (more…)

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Startlist: Clayton Spring Classic 2020

The long running early season classic race, the Clayton Spring Classic is next weekend with Rob Scott (Canyon DHB) one of the leading riders on the startlist (more…)

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News: Title for Shane Archbold

The experienced Kiwi Shane Archbold signed off Deceuninck – Quick-Step’s 55th victory at home by winning the New Zealand Road Race Championships (more…)

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News: Primal Europe Beta Test Carbon Off-Setting

Primal Europe Beta Test Carbon Off-Setting Through Tree Planting Programme (more…)

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Team News: Greg Van Avermaet heads for Algarve

After a strong performance at Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana, Greg Van Avermaet (CCC Team) is ready for his second race in this season, Volta ao Algarve (more…)

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Team News: Ciccone win at Trofeo Laigueglia

Giulio Ciccone opened his 2020 season with a victory in the Italian semi-classic Trofeo Laigueglia, attacking with 10 kilometers remaining of the 203-kilometer race and soloing to the win. (more…)

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News: Hell of the Ashdown Sportive Blown Away

Dennis the Menace causes one Hell of a problem for Hell of the Ashdown Sportive (more…)

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Team News: Win for Doull in Provence

Owain Doull took an impressive and perfectly measured victory from the breakaway on the final stage of the Tour de La Provence. (more…)

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Vuelta Murcia: GC win for Xandro Meurisse

Team News – Xandro Meurisse holds on in the mountains to win the overall for his team Circus-Wanty Gobert-Tormans (more…)

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Team News: Second for CCC with Josef Černý

Josef Černý of the CCC Team sprints to third on stage 2 of the Vuelta de Murcia to secure second overall in the Spanish two day (more…)

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Vuelta Murcia: Stage 2

Astana Press Release: Solo Stage 2 win for Luis Leon Sanchez, Omar Fraile is second and takes mountain jersey with Nikita Stalnov 5th 0n GC (more…)

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News: Youth Girls Training Weekend

Last weekend was the first of the girl’s youth race training development weekends held at High Adventure in Cowling, Yorkshire. (more…)

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Team News: Nibali/Mollema Start in Portugal

Trek-Segafredo’s leaders Vincenzo Nibali and Bauke Mollema will be amongst star names at the start of the 2020 Volta ao Algarve (more…)

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Race News: Bicester Women’s Tour Grand Départ

The Oxfordshire town of Bicester will host the start of the Women’s Tour in 2020, it was announced on Thursday 13 February (more…)

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News: CAMS-Tifosi at Women’s Tour

The CAMS-Tifosi UCI women’s has been invited to race the British Women’s Tour in 2020 (more…)

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News: Primal Europe Popup in Leeds

In conjunction with Enterprise Nation, Amazon, Square Payments and Direct Line for Business, Primal Europe has opened a pop-up store in the heart of Leeds within the Trinity shopping Centre. (more…)

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Team News: Trentin Leads CCC at Murcia

Matteo Trentin will lead CCC Team at the two-day Vuelta Ciclista a la Region de Murcia on February 14 and 15, while Patrick Bevin will make his season debut. (more…)

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This Sunday: VC St Raphael Classic TT

After the Perfs Pedal was cancelled last Sunday, a week later sees the VC St Raphael Classic Time Trial battling more bad weather on the way – here is the startsheet (more…)

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News: GB for Track Worlds

The Great Britain Cycling Team has announced the 20 riders who will compete at the forthcoming UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Berlin (26 Feb – 1 Mar) (more…)

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Volta a la Valenciana – Tao Third

Strong start to the season for Tao Geoghegan Hart as he finishes third overall in Volta a la Valenciana “For me it was a massive honour to have Swifty there in the British champ’s jersey” (more…)

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Report: SaudiTour Stage 3

Phil Bauhaus wins stage 3 and now leads overall, Charles Page (Ribble Weldtite) is best young rider on the stage in 11th (more…)

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News: World Masters Track Champs

The 26th Edition of the UCI World Track Cycling Masters Championships will be held from Saturday, October 10th to Saturday, October 17th in Manchester (more…)

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News: West Midlands Road Race League

The long-standing West Midlands Road Race League is revamped for this year, with local Nat Bs and Regional Bs included in the mix (more…)

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Report: SaudiTour – stage 2

Stage 2 of the SaudiTour saw Niccolo Bonifazio win the stage while Rui Costa hangs on to the overall; Charles Page of Ribble Weldtite was 14th (more…)

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Report: SaudiTour Stage 1

Rui Costa wins stage 1 of the SaudiTour; Olly Moors (Ribble/Weldtite) gets in the days big breakaway – reactions from Olly and Rui Costa (more…)

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Feature Interview: Richard Williamson (Velo29)

We chat to one of the sport’s most prolific organisers of bike events (sportives/races) Richard Williamson (Velo29) to see how he is finding the challenge of organising events in 2020  (organiser of the Klondike & Stockton Prems) (more…)

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Vuelta a San Juan: Evenepoel wins GC

20 year old Remco Evenepoel (Deceuninck – Quick-Step) crowned Vuelta a San Juan champion as Fernando Gaviria wins final stage in Argentina (more…)

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Paracycling Worlds_ Day 4

Great Britain continued its domination of the tandem sprint events, while Jaco van Gass earned his second and third titles of the championships on the fourth and final day of competition at UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships in Milton, Canada (Sunday). (more…)

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Team News: Second win for Moschetti

Matteo Moschetti repaid the hard-work of his Trek-Segafredo teammates with a win, his second victory in the four-day Challenge Mallorca. (more…)

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Challenge Mallorca: Win for Soler

Catalan Marc Soler completes 70km breakaway against big rivals, beats Mühlberger (BOH) into tough final slopes in Port d’Andratx; Blues with a double podium as Davide Villella takes 3rd (more…)

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Paracycling Worlds – Day 3

Dame Sarah Storey added three world titles to her collection, while tandem sprint duos Sophie Thornhill and Helen Scott and Neil Fachie and Matt Rotherham were also victorious on day three of the UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships in Milton, Canada, (Saturday). (more…)

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Team News: Impey 3rd in Cadel Evans RR

South African champion Daryl Impey (Mitchelton-Scott had to settle for third place at the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race in Geelong on Sunday (more…)

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Team News: Cadel Evans Road Race

The 36-year-old Belgian Dries Devenyns (Deceuninck – Quick-Step) played it tactically perfect at the Cadel Evans Road Race and took his first ever World Tour victory giving his team their 750th win since the squad’s inception in 2003 (more…)

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Vuelta a San Juan: Win for Stybar

Zdenek Stybar outfoxes Vuelta a San Juan peloton on stage 6 – Remco Evenepoel remains in the Leaders jersey with one day to go (more…)

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Team News: Van Avermaet and Trentin

Greg Van Avermaet and Matteo Trentin will make their 2020 season debut at Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana next week (5 – 9 February) with the pair, who both secured stage wins at last year’s edition of the race, headlining CCC Team’s rider roster in Spain. (more…)

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News: Paracycling Worlds Day 2

Jaco van Gass won his first ever world title on the second day of competition at the UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships in Milton, Canada, (Friday). (more…)

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Team News: Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling

British UCI team, Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling, are heading to Saudi Arabia for an ASO organised five stage race there starting on February 4th (more…)

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News: Paracycling Track Worlds

Jody Cundy won his twelfth successive kilo world title, while Dame Sarah Storey, Kadeena Cox and Jaco van Gass were also among the medals on the opening day of competition at the UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships in Milton, Canada, today (Thursday). (more…)

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News: CAMS-Tifosi Team Launch

The CAMS-Tifosi women’s cycling team has officially been launched in London ahead of an exciting and race-packed year (more…)

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Omloop Het Nieuwsblad Men

The Belgian cycling season starts on Saturday 29 February with the opening classic, the iconic Omloop Het Nieuwsblad (formerly Het Volk) celebrating its 75th anniversary (more…)

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Women’s Omloop Het Nieuwsblad

The top names from the elite women’s peloton come to Ghent this year on the 29th of February as the top teams take the start in the 15th edition of the Omloop Het Nieuwsblad (more…)

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Challenge Mallorca: Race 1

Trek-Segafredo kicked off their European season with the same class as Down Under as young Italian sprinter Matteo Moschetti exploited first class teamwork to win the first day of the four-day Challenge Mallorca Thursday. (more…)

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News: Race Torquay (Australia)

The Irishman Sam Bennett confirmed his good form, making it two victories in January after winning the inaugural Race Torquay in Victoria, Australia (more…)

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News: Vuelta a San Juan

The young Belgian Remco Evenepoel (Deceuninck – Quick-Step) moved into the leader’s jersey after he smashes the Vuelta a San Juan time trial (more…)

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News: Dave Rayner Fund Riders 2020

The Rayner Foundation has revealed the names of the 41 riders that will live and race abroad and be supported during the season of 2020. (more…)

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New team for Thomas Mein

North East of England rider Thomas Mein is the first recruitment for Tormans Cyclo Cross Team for the winter 2020-2021 (more…)

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News: Isle of Man Grand Fondo

Gran Fondo Isle of Man will celebrate its 5th anniversary in 2020 moving to a two-day format of closed roads cycling for all ages and abilities. (more…)

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Matt Holmes feature

Tour Down Under: Final Stage

Matt Holmes, in his first race for Lotto Soudal, showed why he should be in the WorldTour, with victory on the final stage of Tour Down Under whilst home favourite Ritchie Porte gave the home fans what they wanted on Australia day with overall victory (more…)

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Tour Down Under Stage 5

Daryl Impey slips into the lead with more bonuses on stage 5 of Tour Down Under – Giacomo Nizzolo won the stage (more…)

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Startlist: 55th Perfs Pedal Race

The 2020 road race season begins in Hampshire  – here is the starting line up for the 55th Perfs Pedal Race on Sunday, February 9 with Canyon DHB headlining the event (more…)

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News: Nuun-Sigma Sports-London Race Team

Nuun-Sigma Sports-London Race Team, the popular London-based amateur cycling team, has announced its 2020 line-up of riders and sponsors (more…)

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Tour Down Under: Stage 3

1-2 for Australia on stage 3 as Richie Porte moves into the lead after stage victory; Simon Yates third on the stage after knee injury improves during stage (more…)

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News: GB for Cyclocross Worlds

British champions Tom Pidcock and Hattie Harnden lead the Great Britain team for the World Cyclocross championships in Dübendorf, Switzerland on 1st – 2nd February. (more…)

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Tour Down Under: Stage 2

Caleb Ewan wins stage of the Tour Down Under and now leads overall on countback from Sam Bennett – crash sees Simon Yates and Elia Viviani go down – Yates may not start stage 3 says team (more…)

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