Nacer Bouhanni Dq’D For Dangerous Sprint
Jake Stewart calls out Frenchman for wayward move that overshadowed Elia Viviani's victory. Read the full article at Nacer Bouhanni DQ’d for dangerous sprint on VeloNews.com .
Jumbo-Visma Dominates Gent-Wevelgem; Ineos Reigns In Catalunya: Daily News
Jumbo-Visma and Ineos Grenadiers were the big winners after an action-packed weekend of racing. The post Jumbo-Visma dominates Gent-Wevelgem; Ineos reigns in Catalunya: Daily News appeared first on CyclingTips .
Chris Froome Tops List Of Cycling's Top Earners, According To Reports
Will Strickson 19 Mar 2021 L'Équipe has published a list of the top 20 earners in the peloton Chis Froome 's new contract with Israel Start-Up Nation has made him cycling's highest earner, bringing in a cool €5.5 million salary. That's according to a report published by French sports newspaper L'Équipe that listed the top 20 best paid riders in the men's peloton and looking at the list, dominated by Ineos Grenadiers , there are a few surprises. Coming in just behind Froome, who got a €1 million pay rise by making the switch to ISN, are Tour de France champion Tadej Pogačar and last year's highest earner Peter Sagan. Geraint Thomas has become Ineos's best paid rider in fourth with €3.5 million just ahead of teammates Egan Bernal and Michał Kwiatkowski who L'Équipe says take home €2.8 million and €2.5 million respectively. In seventh with €2.3 million is Julian ...
2021 Team Bikes Of The Men’S Worldtour
We take a look at all the bikes and equipment teams will use in the 2021 UCI men's World Tour. The post 2021 Team bikes of the men’s WorldTour appeared first on CyclingTips .
Yes, You Should Watch The Uae Tour This Year
It's not the cycling world's favourite race but the 2021 edition could be worth a look. The post Yes, you should watch the UAE Tour this year appeared first on CyclingTips .
Men's Worldtour Team Bikes 2021: A Breakdown
Joe Robinson 27 Jan 2021 A breakdown of the bikes being used in the men's WorldTour for the 2021 season With less than one month until Omloop Het Nieuwsblad – fingers crossed – and professional bike racing just days away from resuming, it is about time we reminded ourselves of the bikes set to be used during the 2021 season. The annual merry-go-round of bike sponsorship was in full swing over the winter months. Jumbo-Visma swapped Bianchi bikes for Cervelo with Team BikeExchange (formerly Mitchelton-Scott) exchanging bikes with a swap to Bianchi from Scott. Then to complete the perfect circle, Scott bikes were picked up by Team DSM (formerly Team Sunweb) after parting ways with Cervelo. One word: synergy. For the first time since the mid-1990s, Giant will be absent from cycling's highest echelons while BMC joins Specialized as the only manufacturer with two teams in the men's WorldTour. Below ...
Diego Ulissi To Undergo Additional Testing, Elia Viviani Examined For Heart Irregularities
Italian cyclists to undergo more testing and observation for heart issues. Read the full article at Diego Ulissi to undergo additional testing, Elia Viviani examined for heart irregularities on VeloNews.com .
Preview: Your Guide To The 2020 Giro D’Italia Contenders, Sprinters And More
This year’s Giro d’Italia is being held three months later than normal, putting it after both the Tour de France and Road World Championships. Yep, it’s been an odd year. Ahead of the Giro’s 103rd edition, which kicks off in Monreale on Saturday, we take a look at the overall contenders, the sprint favourites, and … The post Preview: Your guide to the 2020 Giro d’Italia contenders, sprinters and more appeared first on CyclingTips .
Preview: Your Guide To The 2020 Tour De France Contenders, Sprinters And More
Well, it’s starting two months later than normal, and there’s a good argument to say it shouldn’t be happening at all, but here we are, just a few days out from the 2020 Tour de France. We’ve already given you a stage-by-stage breakdown of this year’s route; now it’s time to bring you up to … The post Preview: Your guide to the 2020 Tour de France contenders, sprinters and more appeared first on CyclingTips .
Preview: What You Should Know About The 2020 Milan-San Remo
It’s taken nearly eight and a half months, but the season’s first Monument is finally upon us. Originally scheduled for March 21 then rescheduled for this Saturday August 8 in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Milan-San Remo is the biggest and most prestigious of Italy’s one-day races. Here’s what you need to know about … The post Preview: What you should know about the 2020 Milan-San Remo appeared first on CyclingTips .
Bontrager Ballista Knit Shoes Review
Joe Robinson Wednesday, June 3, 2020 - 08:18 The Bontrager Ballista knit shoes hit all the right performance notes although are not the most practical 4.0 / 5 £269.99 The Bontrager Ballista Knit shoes are the latest in a growing line of cycling shoes off the conveyor belt that are turning their backs on synthetic leathers and plastics in place of something a little more natural. Knitted cycling shoes are in en vogue, so much so that the likes of Geraint Thomas , Lachlan Morton and Elia Viviani have all been rolling around the professional peloton in sets of kicks that could have easily been woven by their dear grandmothers. Off the top of my head, I can think of the Fizik Infinito R1 knit, Giro Empire e70 knit, DMT KR1 knit and Rapha Pro Team powerweave shoes that have all hit the market fairly recently employing some form of ...
Lighthouses In Lockdown: A Look At The Private Lives Of Female Pro Cyclists
Through 2019 and 2020, Italian photographers Eloise Mavian and Francesco Rachello – who together are the Tornanti.cc photo agency – have worked with riders in the women’s professional peloton on a series of intimate photos showcasing their personal ‘Lighthouse’. When coronavirus lockdowns forced the riders into self-isolation, Tornanti.cc undertook a follow-up project, shot over video call, … The post Lighthouses in lockdown: A look at the private lives of female pro cyclists appeared first on CyclingTips .
The Beer Remco Didn’T Drink
It’s a sunny day in Belgium, and the great hope of Belgian cycling stands outside, leaning artfully in a team T-shirt against the wall of a modern house. His tan lines are deep across his cheeks and neck. His smile is playful, his eyes coquettishly shut. Draped around his neck are a pair of tan … The post The beer Remco didn’t drink appeared first on CyclingTips .
New Calendar, Same Road Goals For Elia Viviani
Supported by Pro cycling’s racing hiatus may end up pushing back Elia Viviani’s objectives on the road this year, but assuming events actually go ahead as planned, the Cofidis speedster still has the same big goals in mind that he was eyeing before a pandemic upended the calendar. Viviani addressed his targets for 2020 – and other things … The post New calendar, same road goals for Elia Viviani appeared first on CyclingTips .
European Road Championships 2020 Have Been Postponed
Elia Viviani (Photo by Daniel Kalisz/Getty Images) This year's scheduled edition in Trento, Italy, has been pushed back to September 2021
Tour Of Oman Canceled After Sultan’S Death
Supported by PARIS (AFP) — The Tour of Oman has been cancelled following the death of Sultan Qaboos, sources close to participating teams told AFP on Tuesday. The race, which was due to be held on February 16, has been shelved amid a 40-day mourning period after the death of Qaboos, the longest-reigning leader of the modern … The post Tour of Oman canceled after sultan’s death appeared first on CyclingTips .
Cofidis's Worldtour Status Confirmed While Mitchelton-Scott Await Final Paperwork
Joseph Delves 11 Dec 2019 Longstanding French squad make the jump from Professional Continental level Having held a ProContinental licence since 2010, longstanding French outfit Cofidis will return to the highest level of the sport in 2020. The UCI has just released a list detailing the first 18 teams that will make up next year's WorldTour roster, guaranteeing them entry to the season’s biggest races. With all last year’s teams staying put, Cofidis represents the only outfit to be promoted. Having recently signed sprinter Elia Viviani, they’ll be hoping the Italian can help them to fight it out in the big leagues. Founded in 1997, Cofidis previously held WorldTour status between 2005 and 2009. The team's return to the WorldTour will increase the total number of teams competing from 18 to 19. Cofidis's promotion was already expected , but they had to meet the 'administrative, ethical, financial, organisational and sporting' ...
Bennett Signs Two-Year Deal With Deceuninck-Quick-Step
Supported by With his contract dispute with Bora-Hansgrohe in the rearview mirror, Sam Bennett’s transfer plans are finally official. Confirming months of rumors, Deceuninck-Quick-Step announced on Tuesday that both Bennett and his trusted lead-out man Shane Archbold would be heading to the Belgian WorldTour squad next season on two-year deals. “The protracted nature of Sam’s move has … The post Bennett signs two-year deal with Deceuninck-Quick-Step appeared first on CyclingTips .
Sam Bennett's Move To Deceuninck-Quickstep Confirmed
Joe Robinson 3 Dec 2019 Irish sprinter joins on two-year deal alongside lead out man Shane Archbold Deceuninck-QuickStep have confirmed the signing of Irish sprinter Sam Bennett to complete their roster for 2020. The Belgian WorldTour team, that was recently crowned the most successful team in the world for an eighth consecutive season, announced Bennett would join on a two-year deal taking him through to 2022. He joins alongside lead-out rider Shane Archbold, who also signs on a two-year deal. It brings a definite end the public contract dispute between Bennett and his now-former Bora-Hansgrohe team . Being omitted from the Giro d'Italia and Tour de France and the presence of fellow sprinters Peter Sagan and Pascal Ackermann saw Bennett seek to leave the German team for 2020. However, the team argued that Bennett was still under contract for the following year and therefore, not free to leave. Bennett eventually ...
Sam Bennett's Switch To Deceuninck-Quickstep Likely As Contract Impasse Solved
Joe Robinson 30 Oct 2019 Contract gridlock between Sam Bennett and Bora-Hansgrohe looks to have been resolved Irish sprinter Sam Bennett looks set to sign for Deceuninck-QuickStep after resolving his contract saga with current team Bora-Hansgrohe . The 29-year-old had hoped to move teams at the end of 2019 but his current Bora-Hansgrohe team claimed the rider had already agreed to continue with them through to the end of next season. With Bennett still keen to swap teams, the issue was then taken to the UCI arbitration panel. However, it is now being reported by Belgian newspaper Het Laatste News that the deadlock between Bennett and Bora-Hansgrohe has broken, pathing the way for a move to Patrick Lefevere's Deceuninck-QuickStep team. See related Sam Bennett to join Deceuninck-Quickstep as replacement for Viviani, reports suggest Hope and Lotus collaborate on 'groundbreaking' Team GB track bike for Tokyo 2020 There will be no ...