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  • Geraint Thomas continues to lead Volta ao Algarve after Dylan Groenewegen wins stage four
    Posted by Nigel Wynn on 17th February 2018 at 5:05 pm

    Dylan Groenewegen takes his second stage win of the 2018 Volta ao Algarve as Geraint Thomas leads the race going into Sunday's final stageGeraint Thomas leads the Volta ao Algarve 2018.Dylan Groenewegen takes his second stage win of the 2018 Volta ao Algarve as Geraint Thomas leads the race going into Sunday's final stag […]

  • Daniel Pearson climbs with the best to seventh place on Tour of Oman queen stage
    Posted by Owen Rogers on 17th February 2018 at 4:13 pm

    23-year-old British rider Daniel Pearson put in an impressive climbing performance to place ahead of Vincenzo Nibali and Rui Costa on Green MountainDaniel Pearson.23-year-old British rider Daniel Pearson put in an impressive climbing performance to place ahead of Vincenzo Nibali and Rui Costa on Green Mountain […]

  • How to use training software to hit peak form
    Posted by Michelle Arthurs-Brennan on 17th February 2018 at 4:02 pm

    We take a detailed look at the performance metrics available to amateur cyclists and help you establish how to use training software to get fasterUsing a heart rate data can help you better understand your body is performingIf you’re training in earnest for an event, or you’ve got an entire season of racing planned, then it’s highly …Continue reading » […]

  • Power vs aerodynamics: how to get the balance right
    Posted by Ken Buckley on 17th February 2018 at 4:00 pm

    Our very own British land speed record holder assesses the interrelationship between fitness, aerodynamics and power to establish your perfect riding positionBritish land speed record holder, Ken Buckley assesses the interrelationship between fitness, aerodynamics and power to establish your perfect riding position […]

  • Tim Wellens wins Ruta del Sol stage four and takes race lead from Wout Poels
    Posted by Nigel Wynn on 17th February 2018 at 3:50 pm

    Belgian Tim Wellens puts himself in a strong position in the general classification of the 2018 Ruta del Sol with just the final time trial to go18 March 2017108th Milano - SanremoWELLENS Tim (BEL) Lotto - Soudal, at CipressaPhoto : Yuzuru SUNADABelgian Tim Wellens puts himself in a strong position in the general classification of the 2018 Ruta del Sol with just the final time trial to go […]

  • Miguel Ángel López wins Tour of Oman stage five after Astana dominate on Green Mountain
    Posted by Owen Rogers on 17th February 2018 at 11:18 am

    Astana team scores one-two on 'queen' stage of 2018 Tour of Oman to Green Mountain, with Alexey Lutsenko taking the overall race leadMiguel Angel Lopez.Astana team scores one-two on 'queen' stage of 2018 Tour of Oman to Green Mountain, with Alexey Lutsenko taking the overall race lead […]

  • Chris Froome ready to ’empty the tank’ in Ruta del Sol final time trial
    Posted by Nigel Wynn on 17th February 2018 at 10:12 am

    Team Sky's Chris Froome says that the overall win in the Ruta del Sol is out of his reach, but he'll be supporting team-mate Wout Poels and put in an effort on the final stage time trial- Words: John WoodhouseChris Froome at the 2018 Ruta del Sol.Team Sky's Chris Froome says that the overall win in the Ruta del Sol is out of his reach, but he'll be supporting team-mate Wout Poels and put in an […]

  • Geraint Thomas wins Volta ao Algarve time trial to increase overall lead
    Posted by Nigel Wynn on 16th February 2018 at 5:35 pm

    Welshman Geraint Thomas puts in blistering performance to claim stage three of the 2018 Volta ao Algarve and strengthen his race leadGeraint Thomas leads the 2018 Volta ao Algarve.Welshman Geraint Thomas puts in blistering performance to claim stage three of the 2018 Volta ao Algarve and strengthen his race lead […]

  • Best cycling in Spain: where to base yourself for spring riding
    Posted by Michelle Arthurs-Brennan on 16th February 2018 at 4:35 pm

    There's a whole world full of cycling opportunities - so why do we all flock to Spain every year? Well, the temperature's spot on, the terrain is great and the top destinations are set up to welcome bike riders... According to the ultimate authority that is Wikipedia, the Earth’s surface area is over 510 million kilometres squared – 148 …Continue reading » […]

  • How the bicycle might look 100 years from now
    Posted by Nigel Wynn on 16th February 2018 at 4:21 pm

    The first bicycle was produced over 200 years ago – how will the design of pedal-powered two-wheeled machines progress in 100 years' time?Bicycle designer B.G. Bowden with his futuristic design from 1946.The first bicycle was produced over 200 years ago – how will the design of pedal-powered two-wheeled machines progress in 100 years' time? […]

  • Sacha Modolo sprints to Ruta del Sol stage three as Wout Poels retains overall lead
    Posted by Henry Robertshaw on 16th February 2018 at 3:24 pm

    EF Education First-Drapac rider wins bunch sprint in HerreraSacha Modolo on the opening stage of the Ruta del SolSacha Modolo (EF Education First-Drapac) made amends for his agonising second place on the opening stage of the Ruta del …Continue reading » […]

  • Marathon runner aims to run the entire route of the 2018 Tour de France
    Posted by Henry Robertshaw on 16th February 2018 at 2:34 pm

    Yes, all 3,329km of itPeter Thompson is aiming to run the entire route of the 2018 Tour de FranceMarathon runner Peter Thompson is taking on the entire 3,329km route of the 2018 Tour de France, trying to finish ahead of the riders in Paris. […]

  • ‘Significant step forward in athlete welfare’: British Cycling forms new riders’ group
    Posted by Nigel Wynn on 16th February 2018 at 12:42 pm

    British Cycling announces formation of a Rider Representative Commission (RRC), featuring 16 riders currently on the Great Britain cycling teamKatie Archibald and Elinor Barker.British Cycling announces formation of a Rider Representative Commission (RRC), featuring 16 riders currently on the Great Britain cycling team […]

  • Magnus Cort Nielsen wins stage four of Tour of Oman, Van Avermaet keeps lead
    Posted by Owen Rogers on 16th February 2018 at 11:40 am

    Astana rider Magnus Cort Nielsen claimed stage four of the 2018 Tour of Oman after a hilly day that saw the peloton get whittled down before the finaleMagnus Cort Nielsen wins stage four of the 2018 Tour of OmanAstana rider Magnus Cort Nielsen claimed stage four of the 2018 Tour of Oman after a hilly day that saw the peloton get whittled down before the fina […]

  • ‘It lifts everyone on the team’: Team Sky celebrate two victories in one day at Volta ao Algarve and Ruta del Sol
    Posted by Henry Robertshaw on 16th February 2018 at 11:40 am

    Brett Lancaster reveals how Ruta del Sol team watched Michal Kwiatkowski take victory in Algarve on the team busMichal Kwiatkowski wins stage two of the Volta ao AlgarveTeam Sky enjoyed a day to remember on Thursday, winning stages at the Ruta del Sol and the Volta ao Algarve and moving into the race lead in both events. […]

  • Chris Froome: ‘I called it pretty early, I’m still not at my best’
    Posted by Gregor Brown on 16th February 2018 at 11:04 am

    Froome finishes seventh on summit finish at Ruta del SolChris Froome at the start of the Ruta del SolChris Froome says that he is still not at his best coming into the 2018 season with the ongoing investigation into his AAF at the Vuelta a España. […]

  • Australian road safety ads pulled after portraying cycling in negative light
    Posted by Nigel Wynn on 16th February 2018 at 10:54 am

    Western Australian ads showed banned speeding driver having to cycle, which attracted derision from cycling campaignersWestern Australian ads showed banned speeding driver having to cycle, which attracted derision from cycling campaigners […]

  • Tweets of the week: Peter Sagan, Egan Bernal, Bradley Wiggins, and more
    Posted by Henry Robertshaw on 16th February 2018 at 10:39 am

    The best tweets from around the world of cycling this weekAs we all know, cyclists and Twitter is often a fantastic combination, so here are our top-picked tweets from the last week in the world of cycling. […]

  • Updated Specialized Allez 2018 recall: New forks available and to be issued by retailers
    Posted by Rupert Radley on 16th February 2018 at 10:14 am

    The 2018 Allez, Allez Elite, and Allez Sport model bikes potentially contain defects to the fork crown which could compromise safetySpecialized Allez EliteThe 2018 Allez, Allez Elite, and Allez Sport model bikes potentially contain defects to the fork crown which could compromise safety […]

  • Jon Dibben on life at Team Sky: determination, ability and willingness to learn
    Posted by Sophie Smith on 16th February 2018 at 8:30 am

    Team Sky's Jon Dibben reflects on his first season with the squad in 2017, and what he will bring to the Classics in 2018Jon Dibben at the 2018 Tour Down Under.Team Sky's Jon Dibben reflects on his first season with the squad in 2017, and what he will bring to the Classics in 2018 […]

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