Gran Fondo New York introduces the M-AppTMI, an informational, analog tool for riders to navigate race weekend at the fifth annual Campagnolo Gran Fondo New York on May 17, 2015. M-AppTMI's main feature is its pre-installed content: the course map and time sheet are on one side of the jumbo folding M-AppTMI while climb profiles, gear recommendations and schedules are on the other side.
Tomorrow the Lotto Soudal Ladies take part in the Ronde van Gelderland. The province Gelderland is situated in the east of the Netherlands. The race, 140.5 kilometres long, starts and finishes in Apeldoorn. There are some short hills on the course. The wind can be an important factor when the riders race over the dykes.
The Amstel Gold Race signals the start of the Ardennes Classics, and the first signs of who's looking good for the Giro. Raced over the hills, dales, and forests of south eastern Holland, the course selects its own worthy winner. Twenty years ago it was Mauro Gianetti who was making the news.
San Luis is Argentina's cycling hotbed so it's certainly no coincidence that the inaugural GFNY ARGENTINA will be held there on December 6, 2015. The Tour de San Luis professional race in January has become one of the early season key preparation races. Participants of GFNY Argentina will truly get to Be a Pro for a Day because many of the race crews working for Tour de San Luis will also be at GFNY Argentina.
With the launch of a brand new website, www.vermarcsport.com, Vermarc shows firmly his ambitions and qualities. Vermarc will from now on share in magazine form the latest news in the cycling and athletics world and complement it with many product news, inspiration and useful tips for both the professional, the competitive or recreational athlete.
On Saturday, June 6th, the first edition of the Tour de Pologne Challenge Trentino will set off from Cavalese, in Val di Fiemme, and arrive on the passo Pordoi, in Val di Fassa.
100 days before the finish of the last stage on 26th July, the partnership between the Tour de France and the French National Monuments Centre has been renewed. On the terrace of the Arc de Triomphe, Bernard Thévenet, the first rider to win the Yellow Jersey on the Champs-Elysées, also commenced the celebrations of his first title in 1975.
This Saturday in Valkenburg Holland runs maybe the largest cyclo-sportif event associated with any European Classic – the Amstel Gold Cylcosportif. I was lucky enough to join the 18,000 plus throng, and it was quite a day.
As part of my self-appointed mission to discover and share with PEZ Fans the best riding destinations in Italy, I've parlayed 10 years of chasing the Giro d'Italia and its countless hotel nights into a 'reasonable' catalog of travel knowledge. Some hotels I look forward to visiting again, but I also look forward to new discoveries each May. The Hotel Lungomare in Cesenatico is one such hotel.
RusVelo rider Ivan Balykin won the inaugural edition of 1.2 Maykop-Uliap-Maykop, beating Timofey Kritskiy (Russian national team) in a two-man sprint.
Things are about to become intense for Area Zero-D’Amico-Bottecchia. The Italian continental formation led by team manager Ivan De Paolis is getting ready for a very important transfer to the roads of Eastern Europe.
Statement: Van Avermaet Investigation
Cycling, while generally pleasurable, is ultimately all about pain and suffering at the sharp end of competition. Fatigue and exhaustion is something we have all felt at some time or other. However, why do we actually get tired on the bike and what constitutes fatigue?
Recon Instruments, the award-winning technology company behind the world’s first consumer smart goggles for sports, is pleased to announce Recon Jet, an advanced wearable computer for sports and outdoor recreational activities.
Watched over by the highest peak in the Dolomites, the 3,343 metre high Marmolada, the Passo Fedaia is an enchanting journey of mystery and intrigue right from the very beginning. From Caprile, in the east, you’re faced with just over 14 kilometres of climbing at an average gradient of 7.5%, not so bad you may be thinking? Guess again.
power2max North America today announced a price adjustment to its range of power meters. Effective immediately, prices for customers in North America will lower by up to 21%.
Apr 16, 2015 - The cobbles are gone and the hills are on the horizon. We preview Amstel and have race reports from Brabant and Amorebieta with video. Trains are the Top Story and in other cycling news: The Tour of Utah, Cavendish & Boonen, Movistar for the Giro and the best from Roubaix. EuroTrash Thursday coffee time.
The cobbles are behind us as we move onto the hilly Classics and first up is the Amstel Gold Race. Yes, Holland is mostly flat, but try riding up the Cauberg and say that's not a hill. Our Classics expert, Ed Hood, gives us the benefit of his Amstel experience - the race and the golden liquid.
On Saturday, SRS began under the palm trees of the Emerald Coast of Florida with the Panama City Criterium, and Race Expo managed by Panama City Downtown Improvement Board. The Men's Pro 1/2 event was won by Cameron Hoffman (Clearfield, Utah) of Team Endurance 360. In the Women's Pro 1/2/3 race, Jennifer Wagner (Vestavia Hills, Ala.) of Infinity Racing/Tom Williams BMW-Mini captured the victory.
If anyone was wondering what ever happened to Joaquim Rodriguez, the answer could be found at the Vuelta al Pais Vasco. Purito was back in to win it, as only the greats know how, with two fantastic stage victories and an impeccably ridden race, which also helped him walk away with the final classification.