AusCycling likely to go ahead as BMX pledges its support
Supported by The AusCycling initiative to unite Australia’s cycling disciplines is set to go ahead. At a BMX Australia (BMXA) Special General Meeting on Monday evening, six of the national body’s eight member states voted in support of AusCycling. In doing so, BMXA joined Mountain Bike Australia (MTBA) in endorsing AusCycling, ensuring the initiative now has two … The post AusCycling likely to go ahead as BMX pledges its support appeared first on CyclingTips .
12 women to watch in 2020
The 2020 cycling season is already underway but the biggest and best races are still to come. So who should you keep an eye on as the season unfolds? Well, here’s a handy dandy little list for you. This isn’t just a list of road racers — it includes some mountain bikers and other incredible … The post 12 women to watch in 2020 appeared first on CyclingTips .
Just keep winning: Arkea-Samsic on track to beat 2019 record, and it's only February
Arkea-Samsic look set to beat their 2019 record of just five victories with their sprint star Nacer Bouhanni taking two wins within the last week.
Felt Bicycles reveal new 2020 AR aero disc bike
As seen in use at the Tour Down Under, Felt’s new AR aero bike has now been officially unveiled. Like every new bike launch, the company is claiming this new model is better than its predecessor in every way. Said to be faster, more comfortable and stiffer, we take a quick look at the new … The post Felt Bicycles reveal new 2020 AR aero disc bike appeared first on CyclingTips .
2019 Mark Gunter Photographer of the Year Awards: Winners announced!
Supported by For the fourth year in a row, we've been been thrilled and moved by the entries in the Mark Gunter Photographer of the Year Awards. Today, we're excited to bring you the 2019 winners, whittled down from over 1,200 images shot by photographers in 36 countries. The post 2019 Mark Gunter Photographer of the Year Awards: Winners announced! appeared first on CyclingTips .
Jonathan Vaughters says EF will win the Tour this decade. Can they?
Supported by Jonathan Vaughters rang in the new decade with a bold prediction: EF-Education First will win the Tour de France this decade. Really, that’s what he said. Look for yourself: New Year’s resolution? Well… @EFprocycling is my life. So, that said; we’ve won 4/5 monuments, the Giro, been the longest running US professional cycling team ever. … The post Jonathan Vaughters says EF will win the Tour this decade. Can they? appeared first on CyclingTips .
Fast Talk, ep. 91: Beyond the data—training is about more than just the numbers
There is great value in keeping track of your training data, but if you focus only on the numbers, you are missing out on very critical aspects of your training. Read the full article at Fast Talk, ep. 91: Beyond the data—training is about more than just the numbers on VeloNews.com .
Milan-San Remo could be cancelled due to Poggio landslides, reports suggest
Joe Robinson 2 Jan 2020 While the road has partially reopened, authorities are suggesting the race may not take place This year's Milan-San Remo could supposedly be cancelled due to the Poggio being unrideable, local reports suggest. ANSA Liguria , an Italian news service, stated that due to landslides on the climb of the Poggio, it is in too bad a condition to be raced upon and could lead to the race being cancelled. The Mayor of San Remo, Alberto Biancheri was quoted as saying at a meeting about the road's condition 'that the Milan-San Remo cannot be held anymore'. In early December, heavy rains on the Ligurian coast saw multiple landslides on the Poggio climb that forced local authorities to close the road. It was then suggested that after an investigation, there would need to be €10 million worth of repairs in order to reopen the road fully and ...
Seb Stott’s gear of the year
Seb's favourite bikes, parts and riding from 2019
French federation releases Look T20 track bike for Tokyo
On the heels of the release of Hope’s wild Team GB track bike, French manufacturer Look has something special of its own: the T20 track machine that will be used by the French team at the Tokyo Olympic Games. The T20 doesn’t look as unusual as GB’s bike, but Look has an equally large pile … The post French federation releases Look T20 track bike for Tokyo appeared first on CyclingTips .
Mark Gunter Photographer of the Year Awards: the best of week 2
The 2019 Mark Gunter Photographer of the Year Awards are in full swing and we’ve had a big influx of entries this week across all categories, showcasing the beauty of cycling. Last week we posted the first of our showcases, and here’s another collection of dramatic, emotional and inspiring images we’ve received. Entry fees contribute towards two … The post Mark Gunter Photographer of the Year Awards: the best of week 2 appeared first on CyclingTips .
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Aussie men's team pursuit outfit eye world record
A world record is in Australia's sights at this week's track cycling World Cup round in Brisbane after the national men's team pursuit outfit vowed to make a statement ahead of the Tokyo Olympics.
UK General Election 2019 | Each party’s pledges for cycling
What do the Conservatives, Labour Party, Liberal Democrats, Brexit Party, Green Party, Plaid Cymru and the SNP offer for cyclists?
Israel launches first WorldTour team
Supported by Israel launched its first WorldTour team Wednesday, the latest sporting initiative funded by a Canadian-Israeli billionaire who sees it as a potential bridge to the Arab world. The team, called Israel Start-Up Nation, will be the first from the Jewish state to compete in cycling’s premier competition. “We will have our Israel name at the … The post Israel launches first WorldTour team appeared first on CyclingTips .
Strava says cyclists are spending more time indoors than ever before
Virtual training, yoga and weight training: is this the new cyclist?
What Strava’s end-of-year report tells us about the world’s cycling habits
Supported by As 2019 draws to a close, the end-of-year stat pieces and listicles have begun to trickle out. CyclingTips has its ‘10 Products I Loved’ series. In music, there’s Spotify Wrapped. And in fitness tracking, there’s Strava’s ‘Year in Sport’. Since it was founded in 2009, Strava has grown into a behemoth, with a user base … The post What Strava’s end-of-year report tells us about the world’s cycling habits appeared first on CyclingTips .
Christmas gifts for the mud-loving cyclocrosser
10 essentials for staying warm, looking after your bike and enjoying the racing
Warwickshire man jailed after stealing police bait bike
Police tracked Darren Considine ‘within minutes’ of him taking bike in Leamington Spa
Ashton Lambie embraces gravel as his 2020 Olympic plans fall short
Ashton Lambie and the U.S. men's track team failed to qualify for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. Now, the 29-year-old Lambie is planning a season of gravel racing, adventure riding, and another shot at the Individual Pursuit world record. Read the full article at Ashton Lambie embraces gravel as his 2020 Olympic plans fall short on VeloNews.com .