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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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Startlist: VTTA National 50 Mile Championship

John Archibald, Emily Meakin & Matt Bottrill just three of the star names in the VTTA National 50 Mile Championship near Newark on Sunday (more…)

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Team News: Cumbria’s James Knox (Quickstep)

 Now in his third season with Deceuninck – Quick-Step, Cumbria’s James Knox talks about racing and training in the mountains where his main strengths are  (more…)

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News: Cyclone Festival of Cycling

The 2020 Cyclone Festival of Cycling has been re-scheduled for Friday 25th to Sunday 27th of September and will bring its usual combination of six public cycling events and two elite races to the North East of England. (more…)

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Fiona Cockburn Sets New Scottish Everesting Record

Last weekend, on 11th July, Scottish cyclist and Director of Scottish cycling Fiona Cockburn set a new Scottish Everesting record, besting both previous male and female records. (more…)

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Updated: Covid19 & British Cycling

British Cycling has submitted its action plan to Government for a safe return of cycle sport events in England, which it hopes will enable a phased return to racing from August (more…)

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Team News: Jasper Stuyven Extends Contract with Trek-Segafredo

 Classics specialist Jasper Stuyven has signed a two-year extension to his contract and will stay with Trek-Segafredo until the end of 2022. (more…)

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Quickstep’s Sprint training in Val di Fassa

Sprinter Fabio Jakobsen of Deceuninck – Quick-Step talks of his preparations at the team’s get-together in Italy and the first races of August (more…)

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Belgium Experience for Jonny, Lucas & Devin

Lucas and Jonny Towers along with Irish rider Devin Shortt (all Cero/Cycle Division) went to Belgium recently to ride on some famous cycling roads (more…)

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Adam Kenway Looking Forward to Hill Climb Season

Adam Kenway (Vitus Pro Cycling p/b Brother UK) spent his birthday a week ago riding 100 miles in the rain in the Peak District on roads he knows very well indeed with an eye on the Hill Climb season (more…)

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Alaphilippe resumes season at Strade Bianche

The Italian World Tour event Strade Bianche will be Julian Alaphilippe’s (Deceuninck – Quick-Step) first race in the second part of the year (more…)

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Tour & Giro Teams for Mitchelton-SCOTT (long lists)

As preparations ramp up for the re-start of the 2020 season, Mitchelton-SCOTT has revealed its long lists and ambitions for the first two Grand Tours of the season, the Tour de France (Adam Yates)  and Giro d’Italia (Simon Yates). (more…)

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News: CCC Team confirms calendar

The CCC pro cycling team has confirmed its revised race calendar for the remainder of the 2020 season starting with Vuelta a Burgos and featuring a triple race program in August (more…)

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News: World Masters Track Championships

World Masters Track Cycling Championships in Manchester postponed due to the Coronavirus Pandemic (more…)

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News: GP 5000 Special Edition

Continental reveals the Grand Prix 5000 TdF LTD 2020 – the first Special Edition of its industry benchmark-setting Grand Prix 5000 road tyre (more…)

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Evenepoel to make Monument debut at Il Lombardia

20-year-old Belgian Remco Evenepoel to make Monument debut at Il Lombardia talks about his calendar and goals for next month (more…)

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News: Froome to join Israel Start-Up Nation

Team INEOS confirmed Chris Froome will be leaving the team whilst Israel Start-Up Nation confirm the four time Tour de France winner will be joining them (more…)

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Ribble Cycles: Roy On A Ribble

Ribble Cycles delivered their Endurance SL to Surrey and England’s Cricket World Cup winning batsman Jason Roy. (more…)

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First Race Back: Newbury Velo TT

July 6 saw Newbury Velo hold a Cycling Time Trials test event over 10 miles with Henry Latimer the winner of the mens race and Kirsty McSeveney the fastest woman (more…)

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News: Time Trials to Resume July 13

Cycling Time Trials has announced that ‘club’ events can be held from and including Monday 13 July and all CTT events, to include ‘open’ events, can be held from and including Saturday 18 July 2020. Lets go racing! (more…)

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Team News: Quick-Step to Vuelta a Burgos

Sam Bennett and Remco Evenepoel will be in action later this month, at the five-day Spanish race as Deceuninck – Quick-Step to restart UCI season at Vuelta a Burgos (more…)

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Florian Sénéchal claims inaugural GP Vermarc

Team News: Florian Sénéchal soloed to victory on Sunday afternoon in Rotselaar, where the Grote Prijs Vermarc, the team’s first event since Paris-Nice in March, took place on a 15.4km-long circuit (more…)

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News: Tour of Britain to Isle of Wight

The Isle of Wight will host the Tour of Britain  for the first time ever in September 2022, following an agreement between race organisers and the Isle of Wight Council signed this morning (Saturday 4 July) that will see the final stage of the race taking place on the island. (more…)

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Racing Update from British Cycling

In the latest update from British Cycling on the return of racing …. (more…)

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News: Rotor Sponsor Welsh Cycling

Welsh Cycling have announced that ROTOR are their official Power Cranks partner which sees the Wales Racing Academy riders using the ALDHU INSPIDER, the 2INpower track cranks, VEGAST and Kapic INSPIDER cranks. (more…)

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News: Tour of Poland

The Tour de Poland, the first stage race to be held after the lockdown, unveils the 5 stages of the 77th edition. (more…)

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Deceuninck – Quickstep Racing This Sunday

A strong eight-man Deceuninck – Quick-Step team will be on the start line in Rotselaar, this Sunday  as they return to action at GP Vermarc Sport (more…)

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Team News: Megan Barker re-signs for CAMS-Tifosi

CAMS-Tifosi is delighted to announce Megan Barker has renewed her contract with the team for 2021 becoming the first confirmed signing for the UCI Women’s Continental racing team ahead of next season. (more…)

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Deceuninck – Quick-Step Riders Tested

Ahead of Deceuninck – Quick-Step’s stay in Passo San Pellegrino (Val di Fassa training camp), the team’s riders visited the Bakala Academy in Leuven (Belgium) for physical tests (more…)

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Team News: Team Sunweb Get Ready For Racing

With racing programs finalised, Team Sunweb (Men, Women and Development) head to a Team Camp in Austria as they enter the final preparation period ahead of the season restart. (more…)

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Virtual Tour de France This Weekend

The world’s first Virtual Tour de France will be held on Zwift beginning this weekend for both Men & Women over six stages and riders are competing for charity instead of a prize purse. (more…)

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Deceuninck – Quick-Step Heading to Altitude Camp

The Deceuninck – Quick-Step  team will assemble on Passo San Pellegrino from the 6th to 23rd July, for an altitude training camp at Val di Fassa to train for the resumption of the racing season (more…)

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Team News: Riders Re-signing at Quickstep

Yves Lampaert, Dries Devenyns and Iljo Keisse extend their contracts at Deceuninck – Quick-Step Cycling Team as racing beckons in 2020 (more…)

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Trek-Segafredo sets July training camps

Short lists for Trek Segafredo’s Tour de France and Giro revealed with Mollema, Porte & Stuyven at the Tour and Vincenzo Nibali at the Giro (more…)

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News: Double Award for Continental dandelion tyres

The Urban Taraxagum bicycle tyre from Continental wins prestigious Red Dot Design award and also awarded E-Bike Design & Innovation Award by the magazine Focus E-Bike (more…)

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Lockdown Stories: Kasper Asgreen (Quickstep)

Great Team Feature! The 25-year-old Dane Kasper Asgreen (Deceuninck-QuickStep) talks about his first classics victory, training during the lockdown, seeing the Wolfpack after three months and his future goals. (more…)

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Search for Paralympic Rider Begins

Following the retirement of the reigning Paralympic champion Sophie Thornhill last week, tandem pilot Helen Scott has today announced that the Great Britain Cycling Team is on the hunt for a tandem ‘stoker’ (the blind or visually impaired rider at the back of the tandem) to continue their legacy of success. (more…)

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News: Summer Solstice Charity Rides

Two riders, Will Scott and Matthew Exley started pedalling at 4:42am on June 20th and finished at 21:26 riding for a total distance of 502kms in aid of charity (more…)

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Lockdown Life: Dries Devenyns

Life in Lockdown for Dries Devenyns (Deceuninck – Quick-Step), winner of the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race this year (more…)

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Tour of Poland – August

Rafal Majka, Pascal Ackermann and Jakob Fuglsang among the star names riding Tour of Poland in August says race organisers (more…)

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Julian Alaphilippe Recces Flanders Route

The Deceuninck – Quick-Step team concluded their three-day training camp by doing a recon of the Ronde van Vlaanderen race’s last 150 kilometers Thursday afternoon (more…)

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News: BC announces next step for cycling in England

British Cycling has announced the next step in its plan to resume all sanctioned cycling activities in England, with coaching and group activity beginning to return from today. (more…)

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News: Quickstep Training Camp

The Deceuninck – Quick-Step Wolfpack meet in the Flemish Ardennes to plan the second part of the year and prepare for the classics with a recon of Gent-Wevelgem (more…)

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News: Virtual Women’s Tour

18 teams and more than 50 of the world’s top riders to race a virtual Women’s Tour on the RGT platform starting on Wednesday and shown on BBC as well as online (more…)

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Team News: A week in the life of Tim Declercq

“El Tractor” Tim Declercq (Deceuninck-QuickStep) on training in lockdown, preparing to become a parent and honing his Age of Empires ll skills. (more…)

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News: 2020 La Vuelta

Two new Spanish stages in La Vuelta to replace Portuguese ones as organisers continue to reconfigure the race route for the 2020 version starting October 20 to November 8 (more…)

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News: Changes to Flanders Classics

There will be changes to the monument Tour of Flanders to be held on the 18th of October, one of four ‘Flanders classics’ being held in October (starts the 7th)- Tenbosse and the Muur van Geraardsbergen cut from Tour of Flanders (more…)

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Astana Ready for 2020 Restart

The Kazakh UCI WorldTour squad Astana Pro Team is preparing to come out from lockdown and to resume the 2020 cycling season according to the revised UCI calendar, which was forced to stop earlier in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. (more…)

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News: CTT Update on TT Returning

CTT Statement – June 8: All time Trials are currently suspended until July 5 but the organisation is hoping that club time trials can be held from July 6 and opens from July 17 (2020) (more…)

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New: Trek-Segafredo signs Pieter Weening

Trek-Segafredo signs  experienced 39-year-old Dutchman and a former Tour de France stage winner, Pieter Weening for the remainder of the 2020 season.  (more…)

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News: Cycling for Carers

Throughout June, cyclists are being challenged to ride 100 miles to raise awareness of the huge contribution carers make in our families and communities. (more…)

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News: Quickstep Training Camp

Deceuninck – Quick-Step to hold classics training camp in the Flemish Ardennes,  the first gathering of the team since before the start of the Coronavirus outbreak in Europe (more…)

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Team News: Movistar’s Soler/Valverde

Movistar’s Marc Soler to race Giro d’Italia, Enric Mas to line up at Tour de France & Vuelta a España alongside Alejandro Valverde (more…)

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News: Just A Cycling Minute

Illustrious personalities pitted against each other in Just A Cycling Minute for the NSPCC (more…)

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Lockdown Tales: Geert Van Bondt (Deceuninck – Quick-Step)

Deceuninck – Quick-Step’s sports director Geert Van Bondt talks of the last couple of months as he prepares the restart of the season together with the team’s staff and riders. (more…)

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Cure Leukaemia Charity Ride on Zwift

Cycling broadcasters Rebecca Charlton and Laura Winter and Daily Telegraph cycling correspondent Tom Cary are preparing to take part in a mass participation virtual cycling event to raise funds for national blood cancer charity, Cure Leukaemia, to mark ‘Geoff Thomas Day’ on Saturday July 4th (more…)

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News: CCC Team Look For New Sponsor

Whilst the CCC team prepares for 2020 season restart, team boss Jim Ochowicz is looking for a new sponsor for 2021 (more…)

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How I Won the Yellow Jumper Audiobook

The Road Book is proud to present a special offer to VeloUK readers to provide a little joy in the midst of postponement of the 2020 Tour de France. (more…)

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News: Tour of the Gila

British success in the Tour of the Gila as Gavin Dempster wins overall and Ireland’s Chris McGlinchey of British team Vitus Pro Cycling p/b Brother UK wins the final stage after second on stage 2 (more…)

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British Cycling Press Release to Members

No confirmed dates from British Cycling about the resumption of cycle racing in email to membership but major events suspended until September 1st (to be reviewed fortnightly) (more…)

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Virtual Women’s Tour announced

This June will see the Women’s Tour back in action as an eRace on a virtual stage thanks to RGT Cycling and Women’s Tour organisers SweetSpot (more…)

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2020 Rapha Lincoln Grand Prix Cancelled

The postponed Lincoln Grand Prix and it’s support races have been cancelled due to British Cycling’s extending its suspension of racing until September 1 (more…)

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Best of Memories: Quickstep’s Giro d’Italia

More best of Memories, this time from the riders at Deceuninck – Quick-Step – Juan Manuel Garate, Jérôme Pineau,  Iljo Keisse and Bob Jungels who reveal their moment of glory at the Corsa Rosa. (more…)

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News: Race Program for Trek Stars

Trek Segafredo star riders, Vincenzo Nibali, Richie Porte, Bauke Mollema, Mads Pedersen, Jasper Stuyven & Lizzie Deignan reveal/confirm race programs for new 2020 season (more…)

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Team feature: James Knox Lockeddown

The 24-year-old Deceuninck – Quick-Step rider, James Knox, talks about life in lockdown and getting his head kicked in by the grippy roads and hard terrain in Cumbria after escaping from Andorra! (more…)

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Paolo Bettini Looks back at Pink in the Giro

Fifteen years after his first day in the pink jersey, the two-time World Champion Paolo Bettini looked back on his feats at that Giro d’Italia (more…)

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News: Stealth Look for Ribble e-Bike

Ribble’s flagship and award-winning electric road bike, the SL e, is now available in an all-new Anthracite colourway, complete with silver accents enhancing its sophisticated stealth look even further. (more…)

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News: Mitchelton Scott Men on UCI Calendar

Matt White and Luke Durbridge from Mitchelton Scott give their reactions to the revised UCI WorldTour calendar was released by the UCI yesterday (more…)

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News: Reaction’s from Mitchelton-SCOTT on Calendar

Reactions from the riders at Mitchelton – Scott after the UCI released the new look 2020 race calendar for Women’s WorldTour  (more…)

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Lockdown Feature: Quick-Step’s sports directors most memorable days in the saddle

In a lockdown feature from  Deceuninck – Quick-Step, the team’s Sports directors’ Davide Bramati, Brian Holm, Geert Van Bondt, Rik Van Slycke, Klaas Lodewyck, Wilfried Peeters and Tom Steels look back on some of their most memorable days in the saddle. (more…)

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News: Gent Wevelgem in October!

The first Gent-Wevelgem took place in September in 1934 & now, 86 years later, there is a chance that there will be a Gent-Wevelgem for the second time in the autumn on Sunday 11th of October (Elite Men and Women) (more…)

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News: Quickstep on Revised Calendar

Reactions from Julian Alaphilippe, Remco Evenepoel and Zdenek Stybar of Deceuninck – Quick-Step  about the new schedule for 2020 (more…)

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News: Women’s Paris-Roubaix

Team reaction – The Trek-Segafredo women’s team give their reaction to the news that ASO will be organising a Women’s Paris-Roubaix in 2020 (more…)

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UCI Reveals New Calendar for 2020

The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) today announced the revised 2020 calendars for the UCI WorldTour and UCI Women’s WorldTour (more…)

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News: Ribble reveal CGR Titanium

Ribble Cycles R&D team is proud to announce the launch of the new redesigned and re-imagined Titanium framed CGR Ti, (more…)

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Cameron Fraser Completes 262km Indoor Ride for Charity

On Sunday 26 April, Nuun-Sigma Sports-London RT owner/manager Cameron Fraser was due to be working at the London Marathon but instead set himself the epic challenge of riding 262km on Zwift for charity (more…)

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News: London Bike Show

The London Bike Show will be back in March 2021 after the date in July proves to be no longer an option (more…)

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Feature: Bob Jungels – Winning Liège–Bastogne–Liège

The 27-year-old Deceuninck – Quick-Step rider Bob Jungels is one of the only three Luxembourgers to have triumphed at the prestigious Monument – here’s an interview in a team feature (more…)

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News: Cameron Fraser’s Charity Challenge

Cameron Fraser, owner/manager of top-10 ranked UK based elite cycling team Nuun-Sigma Sports-London RT, is pushing himself to the limit for a good cause this month, riding a 262km charity challenge on Zwift for Prostate Cancer UK…. (more…)

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News: Over £12,000 raised for Kingston Hospital

Over the weekend, members of Kingston Wheelers Cycling Club jumped on their turbo trainers to raise money for staff at Kingston Hospital by tackling a virtual elevation challenge. (more…)

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News: 2020 UCI Calendar Reshuffle

Tour de France to take place from August to September, followed by the World Championships, the Giro d’Italia and the Vuelta a España, Monuments rescheduled as well. (more…)

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News: Zwift X Ribble Spring Series launched

Ribble Cycles are delighted to announce the launch of a new Ribble Spring Series on Zwift whereby anyone has the chance to ride, train with and compete against, Pro riders of the Ribble Weldtite Pro Cycling team (more…)

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Yves Lampaert: “De Ronde is our World Championships”

The former Belgian Champion Yves Lampaert ( Deceuninck – Quick-Step) expressed his thoughts on the importance of the race, its absence and Sunday’s virtual edition of Flanders (more…)

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News: Tour of Flanders Sunday

The real Tour of Flanders has been postponed but the organisers have found an alternative for the Tour of Flanders this Sunday – with the first virtual edition ever, as well a radio play featuring 104 years of Flanders Finest (more…)

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Ribble Cycles releases the Endurance Ti Disc

Ribble Cycles have added a new model to their award-winning road bike line-up with the titanium Ribble Endurance Ti Disc. (more…)

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