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The Titan Desert by Garmin, a MTB stage race which takes place annually in the desert of Morocco.
Here's another sign that the Garda Bike Hotel is the place to stay & ride at Lake Garda. It's a teaser for the full length feature coning in January, but I know the hotel and enjoyed more than a few 'a-ha' moments watching this one.
The 2016 Tour de France will start in La Manche region and ASO have made this great Promo video.
Go behind the scenes for the making of the 2015 CyclePassion calendar in this video of the 10th edition of the calendar, which has presented the women of professional cycling in a most unexpected and pleasing perspective.
World Bicycle Relief just announced it's exciting new Year End Campaign that highlights how the power of bicycles is radically changing people's lives in rural Africa. This year's video highlights how Tamara's life was transformed in 2014 when she received a Buffalo Bicycle to help get to school on time and with energy to learn.
Classic archival video of the Devil Didi Senft losing his trident at the Giro d'Italia.
Sven Nys (Crelan-AA Drink) lost out again on Sunday, this time to Kevin Pauwels (Sunweb-Napoleon Games) won the two-man sprint to the line against Sven Nys (Crelan-AA Drink) to win the second round of the Superprestige cyclo-cross in Zonhoven on Sunday. Lars van der Haar (Giant-Shimano) was third at 13 seconds.
Wout Van Aert (Vastgoedservice-Golden Palace) out-sprinted Belgian champion Sven Nys (Crelan-AA Drink) at the end of a fast and furious BPost Bank Trofee – Koppenbergcross round 2 in Oudenaarde. Kevin Pauwels (Sunweb-Napoleon Games) managed to get on the podium in 3rd place after a late solo attempt.
Team MTN Qhubeka p/b Samsung are the first Pro Continental Cycling Team from Africa - this is their story. From South Africa to the rest of the world, the team have made their mark on the sport.
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.
“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.
The Giro d'Italia organisers have released a 'teaser' video for next years race ahead of the course announcement. More news to come soon, but the video is still worth a watch:
The World's didn't quite go as planned for the almighty Squadra Azzuro in Ponferrada, but they did have one of the best looking, and fastest team kits at the race - the Castelli Sanremo 3.0 Speed Suit in custom Italian blue livery - very nice indeed.
The Lazer "Rollsys" retention system has been out for a few years now, but remains one of the better helmet adjustment systems on the market. This video is pretty entertaining, featuring the Lazer Stunt guys ‘Mike Plasterman’ and ‘Juan Disasterplan’.
With the 2014 Taiwan KOM Challenge coming up it's time to look back at some of the events of the past to get you in the mood.
On stage 16 all hell let loose between Gianluca Brambilla and Ivan Rovny, punches were thrown and disqualifications were handed out.
Some hot wax just burned by the Crafty Codgers, and band fronted by DeFeet socks honch Shane Cooper, and penned by former pro Dave Zabriskie about the Three Feet to Pass law.
Never one to shy away from a splashy media launch - Super Mario Cipollini's latest bike - the NUKE time trial machine - arrives with a video trailer worthy of Hollywood.
Explore the Lampre-Merida team bus with Matt Stephens.
The guys at Global Cycling Network scored a rare on bike interview with Alberto Contador as the team settles into Jerez for the start of the 2014 Vuelta a Espana. Alberto says he's ready to go for it, and his knee is only giving him a little bit of pain at 'full gas'. Check it out...