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‘I crashed twice but still won, it shows you never know what can happen’

Alexey Lutsenko took a phenomenal win on Tirreno-Adriatico stage four despite crashing twice Alexey Lutsenko (Astana) won Tirreno-Adriatico stage four in Fossombrone despite crashing twice, showing that “you never know what can happen” in cycling. >>> Alexey Lutsenko takes dramatic victory on...

Tirreno-Adriatico start ‘not ideal’ says Geraint Thomas

Team Sky lost 47 seconds in the opening team time trial with few opportunities for big time gains in throughout the race Geraint Thomas and Team Sky had a less than ideal start to Tirreno-Adriatico on Wednesday on the stormy...

Three-time track world champion Kelly Catlin dies aged 23

Three-time team pursuit world champion and Olympic silver medallist Kelly Catlin has died aged 23, USA Cycling has confirmed. Catlin died on Friday night at her home in California. Mark, Catlin’s father, said in a letter to Velonews that she had...

Paris-Nice 2019 start list including Mark Cavendish and Bob Jungels

Provisional list of riders and teams taking part in Paris-Nice 2019 (March 10-17) The 2019 Paris-Nice will feature an abundance of Grand Tour contenders and sprinting talent. Last year ‘s thrilling edition came down to the final day, as Movistar’s Marc...

Time Osmos: iconic French brand’s first new shoe in nine years

French company gets its foot back in the door with a new range of three top-end shoes Nine years since its last shoe Time has launched the Osmos, a range of three high-end shoes developed at its new owner Rossignol’s...

John Archibald disappointed with track world championships debut

HUUB-Wattbike rider only qualifies in seventh place in the men's individual pursuit as Team Sky's Filippo Ganna sets a new fastest time at sea level. John Archibald...

Specialized claims new 99 gram Exos climbing shoe is the lightest in the world

Specialized has released two new sets of climbing shoes, the S-Works Exos and the S-Works Exos 99, claiming the latter to be the lightest cycling shoe on the market while the former is the lightest dial shoe available. Specialized says...

Dylan Groenewegen seals comfortable sprint win in stage four of the Volta ao Algarve

Dylan Groenewegen (Jumbo-Visma) produced a powerful sprint to win stage four of the Volta ao Algarve ahead of Arnaud Démare (Groupama-FDJ) and Jasper Philipsen (UAE Emirates). Despite suffering from a mechanical inside the final 10 kilometres, Groenewegen managed to make...

Chris Froome pulls out of UAE Tour

The Team Sky leader will hand over responsibility to Michał Kwiatkowski and Gianni Moscon Chris Froome has pulled out of the inaugural UAE Tour, four days before the event kicks off. The Team Sky leader was due to race in the...

Astana’s Alexey Lutsenko powers to solo victory on stage two of the Tour of...

Last year’s overall winner Alexey Lutsenko stamped his authority on this year’s Tour of Oman on Sunday, winning stage two at Al Bustan. In what was an exciting final, the 26-year-old Astana rider attacked a strung out peloton on a...

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