A new UCI President, a new World Champion, and the final important race of the season. A few other pieces of news too. Read the rest of this entry »
This is an incident that has flown under the radar somewhat – towards the end of July, two riders from the Russian ProContinental team Rusvelo flew over to the United States to participate in the Prairie State Cycling Series (part of the National Criterium Calendar). A few days ago, a photo of what they left in the bins of their host family was posted to the internet. Read the rest of this entry »
With another desperate bid to bend the rules in his favour for the upcoming UCI Presidential Election, Pat McQuaid is back in the news. The Malaysian Federation have put forward a proposal that would allow any two national federations to nominate a candidate for the UCI Presidency. Read the rest of this entry »
The first major races after the Tour are almost here – with the biggest one day race on the Spanish cycling calendar and a week of racing starting in Trentino, Italy and making its way to southern Poland. This is a small preview of the two WorldTour races. Read the rest of this entry »
As we all know, this season has marked the first time that the boys from the Basque Country have had riders on the roster than weren’t Basque or hadn’t come up through the Fundación Euskadi youth system. Here’s a look at how these imports have done so far this season.
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