Working as a runner for the stars at the Amsterdam Six Day race our journalist Ed Hood is once again embedded deep inside the race. Here's his story from the first half of the race at the velodrome in Amsterdam as we pick up the action on Day 3.
I'm always inspired when a new Grand Tour route is presented to dig into the vast PEZ archives looking for lost gems of content. In 1990, I went to my first Tour de France, and stumbled upon the grand master of pro cycling commentators - Phil Liggett - filming his recap for delayed broadcast in the USA on the lower slopes Mt. Blanc.
The riders in the 2014 Tour de France Saitama Criterium are getting ready to lock horns tomorrow on the three-kilometre city circuit. In the meantime, they spent a cultural afternoon that taught them a lot...
After the announcement of the first two signings for the upcoming season, Cayetano Sarmiento and Alex Cano, Team Colombia keeps on building its near future with four more athletes with different characteristics.
Since two weeks the off-season has started for the U23-riders. The Lotto Belisol team has won 31 times in 2014. Sports director Kurt Van de Wouwer looks back at some highlights.
Today’s Readers’ Rig is a very light, highly modified Cervélo that embodies all that Readers’ Rigs is about – cool machines that bring their owners fun every day of the year – It’s Readers’ Rigs time!
The day after the presentation of the route for the 2015 Tour, the riders first head to the 2014 Tour de France Saitama Critérium to form a star-studded peloton on Saturday morning. Ahead of the start, the French riders attended a reception at their embassy in Tokyo...
In TivoliVredenburg, close to the Grand Départ 2015, Team LottoNL-Jumbo has been presented officially to the press and the world, with key figures such as Sven Kramer, Robert Gesink, Stefan Groothuis, Laurens ten Dam, Jan Smeekens and Wilco Kelderman.
Team Colombia’s General Manager Claudio Corti took part to 2015 Tour de France presentation today, Wednesday October 22nd, at the Palais des Congres in Paris.
The organisers of the biggest bike race in the World have announced the route of the 2015 French Grand Tour. It's a tough parcours with a lot of climbing and very little time trialing, but the sprinters do get their opportunities. Our first thoughts; tough but fair.
Oct 23, 2014 - We now know what the 2015 Tour de France is all about and it is made for a climber. We take a quick look at the tour route, catch up with the Tour of Hainan with comments, results and video. Plus the Tour of California route is out and Cav is training for the 'Gent 6'. Café au lait?
Photo Special: Earlier this month Andy Schleck said that he would race no more. The younger half of the most successful brother combination in modern cycling would not turn a pedal in anger again due to the knee injury he sustained in the Tour de France. We pay tribute to Andy Schleck with a photo special.
“From Head to Toe”…watch the video for the debut of the book by Dino Signori, founder and owner of Sidi Sport. Special guests World Champions: Michal Kwiatkowski, Tony Cairoli, Kiara Fontanesi.
“From Head to Toe”...watch the video for the debut of the book by Dino Signori, founder and owner of Sidi Sport. Special guests World Champions: Michal Kwiatkowski, Tony Cairoli, Kiara Fontanesi.
Drapac Professional Cycling is pleased to announce that up-and-coming sprinter, Brenton Jones, will join the squad from 2015.
Rider Interview: One of the most surprising signings of the 2012/13 transfer season was the move from the US amateur team Californian Giant to mighty WorldTour outfit Astana by 22 year-old Evan Huffman from Elk Grove. Ed Hood caught up with him for a chat about the past and the future.
This past weekend the Cyclocross World Cup kicked off in Valkenberg with a commanding win by Lars Van der Haar, after a typically audacious start for the young gun. The ability to sprint for the hole shot by LVdH and another young star like Mathieu Van der Poel are impressive and, surely, taxing, but how taxing are they?
Germany’s only professional cycling team, which is built around its new German name sponsor BORA, has signed Steffen Radochla as its Sport Director. During his thirteen-year career in professional cycling Radochla competed in all race classes, most recently with Team Euskatel – Euskadi on the WorldTour.
Tinkoff-Saxo’s Michael Valgren finished 4th in Japan Cup, which also marked the end of the season for the team.
Sarto, Wahoo, Lake, Zipp, Xpedo and Visijax. Yet more of the latest and greatest bike tech from Interbike 2014.