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  • Lefevere helps kick-start UCI women's team Experza-Footlogix in 2018
    Posted on 24th November 2017 at 4:40 pm

    Patrick Lefevere, owner of the men’s WorldTour team Quick-Step Floors, has helped start the new UCI women's team, Experza-Footlogix, in 2018. Former cyclo-cross world champion Thalita de Jong from The Netherlands will lead the team but the complete roster has yet to be announced. News of a women’s team out of Belgium in October and again on Friday in comes as a relief […]

  • French court fines Offredo in bike-car altercation
    Posted on 24th November 2017 at 3:49 pm

    Yoann Offredo (Wanty Groupe-Gobert) was sentenced Thursday after an altercation with a motorist that happened in April. The court of Evry ordered the French cyclist to pay a total €700 in fines and damages. The driver of the vehicle was also fined €700. The Frenchman posted photos to social media of his bloody face after what he said was an attack during a training ride. He said on his […]

  • Cookson defends his development of the UCI WorldTour
    Posted on 24th November 2017 at 12:57 pm

    Former UCI president Brian Cookson has hit back at criticism of his management of the WorldTour by Pat McQuaid, claiming that the 2017 WorldTour was the "most successful in the competition's history.” Cyclingnews has revisited the history and workings of the WorldTour in a special WorldTour Week series of features, speaking to former UCI President McQuaid who was closely involved in the […]

  • Quiz: Tom Boonen vs. Alberto Contador - Who won more?
    Posted on 24th November 2017 at 12:15 pm

    The 2017 season saw the departure from the peloton of two giants of the sport: Tom Boonen and Alberto Contador. While one was arguably the greatest stage racer of his generation, the other was arguably the greatest Classics rider, yet there's more than a little crossover between the two, and we put your knowledge to the test in our latest Cyclingnews quiz.  Tom Boonen turned professional […]

  • Bettiol: Fifth in a Tour de France stage is like winning 10 small races
    Posted on 24th November 2017 at 10:36 am

    Alberto Bettiol still hasn’t won a race, but he’s not getting worried. He's confident it will happen in 2018. Many predicted a breakthough victory for the Italian after a number of high placings in major one-day races in 2016 earned him – almost by stealth – a spot in the top 10 of the WorldTour rankings. There was more of the same this season, with sixth at the Clasica […]

  • Fabio Aru calls on Chris Froome to ride 2018 Giro d'Italia
    Posted on 24th November 2017 at 10:14 am

    Fabio Aru has called on Chris Froome to ride the 2018 Giro d’Italia, hinting he will target the Corsa Rosa next season before also riding the Vuelta a España to prepare for the tough World Championships in Innsbruck, Austria. Aru is back in training after his holidays and will soon join up with his new UAE Team Emirates squad for a training camp after a drawn-out split from Astana. […]

  • Team Sky partner with Henri Lloyd for off bike wear
    Posted on 24th November 2017 at 8:00 am

    Team Sky has announced a new partnership with Henri Lloyd as the team's off bike clothing providers for the next three seasons. Team Sky will continue to wear Castelli cycling kit for racing and training until at least the end of the 2019 season, following the three-year partnership announced at the end of the 2016. Henri Lloyd specialise in technical sailing apparel, as well as offering a […]

  • New Zealand top Oceania Track Championships medal tally
    Posted on 24th November 2017 at 3:40 am

    New Zealand has finished top of the Oceania Track Championships on home soil in Cambridge after the final day of racing. New Zealand claimed 24 of the 40 gold medals on offer. Last day gold went to Jordan Castle in the keirin, and Campbell Stewart and Tom Sexton for the omnium. There was also gold medal success in the Under 19 madison events for George Jackson and Corbin Strong and McKenzie […]

  • Bennelong new naming rights sponsor for IsoWhey Sports Swisswellness
    Posted on 23rd November 2017 at 11:00 pm

    Australia's top Continental and National Road Series (NRS) team IsoWhey Sports SwissWellness has announced from 2018 it will be known as Bennelong SwissWellness Cycling Team p/b Cervelo. Bennelong Funds Management, a financial services company, is the latest naming rights sponsor for the team which started as Praties in 2000. Previous riders on the team include Richie Porte, Nathan Haas, Jack […]

  • Hagiwara, Knetemann join Ale Cipollini in 2018
    Posted on 23rd November 2017 at 9:59 pm

    Ale Cipollini unveiled its 2018 team in a Gran Gala Ale at the Palazzo Gran Guardia in Verona. New to the team are Japan's Mayuko Hagiwara from Wiggle High5 and Dutchwoman Roxane Knetemann, who spent four seasons with the former Rabo women’s team before moving to FDJ Nouvelle Aquitaine Futuroscope last year. Hagiwara has been a top performer on the women’s circuit during the past […]

  • Robinson Lopez blames CERA positive on 'bad advice'
    Posted on 23rd November 2017 at 7:44 pm

    Colombia's Robinson Lopez, who recently tested positive for CERA, has stated that he was unaware that he took the banned substance. The under-23 national champion said he took the drug thinking that it was a legal vitamin based on bad advice from a friend. "It was all part of a deception that was done to me," Lopez told Ciclo21. "A person advised me, but he did it very badly, and apparently gave […]

  • Tibco-SVB bring in new talent for 2018
    Posted on 23rd November 2017 at 6:07 pm

    Team Tibco - Silicon Valley Bank has completed its 2018 roster with 11 riders that include five new signings with Great Britain's Alice Cobb and Emma Grant, Canada's Alison Jackson, Australia's Shannon Malseed and American Emily Newsom. 

 The team is expecting Cobb’s background in endurance running to give her an advantage in races that boast steep climbs. At 22 years old, she […]

  • The best Black Friday 2017 deals for cyclists
    Posted on 23rd November 2017 at 3:31 pm

    For BikeRadar's complete list of Black Friday deals, click here. The big day is almost here! Welcome to the BikeRadar Black Friday bike deals page, where we'll be collecting all the best deals on bikes, components and accessories throughout Black Friday 2017 and in the lead up. Before you read on further, be sure to bookmark this page as we'll be regularly updating it with this year's hottest […]

  • Rowe: Another serious crash and I might never walk again
    Posted on 23rd November 2017 at 12:15 pm

    Luke Rowe is eyeing a return to racing at next April's Commonwealth Games in Australia and intends to ride the 2018 Vuelta a España as he continues to recover from a career-threatening leg break.  Rowe suffered 20 fractures in his lower right leg and foot when he jumped straight-legged into low water while white water rafting on his brother's stag-do in August. Surgeons fitted an […]

  • Dr. Ferrari confirmed guilty of doping in appeal court
    Posted on 23rd November 2017 at 11:35 am

    Dr. Michele Ferrari has been found guilty of doping by an Italian appeal court, confirming a suspended jail sentence of 18 months that was reached in April. Dr. Ferrari is famous for working with a number of big-name professional athletes, including Lance Armstrong. He was banned for life by the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) for doping Armstrong and other riders from the US Postal […]

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