The great performance of Twan Castelijns this year did turn heads, but no one would have thought this would give him a chance to experience cycling at a professional level this season already.
CULT Energy Pro Cycling’s 28 year-old Troels Vinther finished 9th in the Danish national road championships after a thrilling finale in Rønde, Denmark and the former Team Saxo Bank rider continued showing good form in Tour of Austria in the beginning of July.
The riders spend lots of hours on the bike, it’s essential they have shoes that fit perfectly. During the Tour de France the Lotto Soudal riders wear the new white and red version of the Carbon G.Stilo of Gaerne, that is a partner of Lotto Soudal since last year.
Tour of Utah is around the corner and it is about to get more interesting than usual. Bardiani CSF, the top Italian team makes its first appearance at the Tour of Utah 2015.
Italy’s Scapin Custom Carbon Ivor has been put through the paces and the results are very good. Refined finish work, a clean and easy build up with tube shapes and detail that push the boundaries of what a lot of people expect in “hand-made custom carbon”, all offered with a Lifetime Warranty from a company with decades in the business.
German team BORA – ARGON 18 was awarded with a wildcard for the Tour de France for the second consecutive year. After three weeks, Team Manager Ralph Denk draws a positive conclusion.
In the 25th anniversary edition, 36-year-old Michael Reihs will participate in the Tour of Denmark for the 14th time.
Everyone here at Sidi Sport is thrilled over (Team Sky) Chris Froome’s victory at the Tour de France. This is the second victory Froome and Sidi have achieved together at the Tour, the other one being in 2013.
The Bretagne-Séché Environnement team, known as the identity in the professional peloton since 2013, will become Fortuneo Vital Concept from 1 January.
The last pedal strokes took the Tour peloton across the Champs Élysées finish line on Sunday thus ending another French Grand Tour. Lee Rodgers has followed the ups and the downs of the battle for yellow and here is how he sums up the 2015 Tour de France in his unique style.
Find out more about lactate and how this incredible molecule plays many important roles in the body. Discover how you can use lactate as a preferential fuel source, how lactate may actually reduce acidity in tissues and even act as a ‘signalling hormone’ to drive training adaptations.
Team Giant-Alpecin is pleased to announce that Max Walscheid (GER) will be joining the team as a stagiaire as of August 1.
This is not just a professional race; in fact, following tradition the Tour de Pologne UCI World Tour, scheduled from the 2nd to the 8th of August, will feature plenty of satellite initiatives, including the highlights of the Nutella Mini Tour de Pologne and the Tour de Pologne Amatorow.
Tuesday 4th of August, CULT Energy Pro Cycling will participate in the 25th anniversary edition of Tour of Denmark - Post Danmark Rundt. The stage race contains four regular stages in mostly flat terrain, one hilly stage in and around Vejle and one individual time trial covering 13.6 kilometers.
Wanty-Groupe Gobert will employ three stagiaires for the upcoming months. They are Belgian riders Robin Stenuit and Kevin Callebaut plus Romain Barroso from France.
BORA – ARGON 18 gives talented young riders from the German-speaking countries another opportunity to prove themselves in the pro ranks.
Roadside St.21: The rain fell heavily on the Champs Élesées on Sunday, but that didn't dampen Ed and Callum's enthusiasm to get their unique view on the final stage in Paris. Both of them spread themselves round the circuit for the best photos and catch-ups with the characters of the 2015 Tour de France. The big Paris finalé.
July 27, 2015 - The 2015 Tour de France is over, was it a vintage edition? We catch up with the last stages. Video, race reports, photos, results and rider quotes. We also have La Course by Le Tour, Tour of Wallonie and the GP Beeckman-De Caluwé Ninove. Plus Simon Spilak to stay at Katusha and a rider's eye-view of l'Alpe d'Huez.
Race Report: It looked like the heavy rain was going to dampen the final stage of the Tour de France into Paris, but in the end the sprinters had their day. The big German, André Greipel, held his sprint back to the last meters to swoop past Alexander Kristoff for the most important Paris sprint.
Book Review: The best books of all are about great climbs, the roads that hurt so much while providing unforgettable vistas and a sense of accomplishment. Into this category falls an unusual new book by Hank Barlow entitled “Switchbacks,” with a hopeful indication of Vol. 1.