Month: June 2019

Six-time Olympic champion Jason Kenny helped Great Britain claim bronze in the men’s team sprint at the European Games in Minsk. Kenny and team-mates Jack Carlin and Ryan Owens finished in 43.020 seconds. Reigning world champions the Netherlands won the gold medal, beating France with a time of 42.385. Earlier, Great Britain’s women’s team finished
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Alex Dowsett has won the British Road Championships time trial for a record-equalling sixth time. The Team Katusha-Alpecin rider clocked a time of 49 minutes 25 seconds to edge John Archibald into second, while Stephen Cummings took bronze. Dowsett, 30, now has the same number of victories as Stuart Dangerfield, who won his titles between
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Australian composites specialists Partington Advanced Engineering have an all-new aero carbon road wheelset, mixing materials & rim depths for a surprisingly light weight of just 1150g. Developed over the last five years, the mid-depth disc brake wheels lace alloy hubs to carbon rims with unique carbon spokes, balancing stiffness with low weight…Advertisements Partington Adv Eng
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Rider Interview: Peter Kusztor – Multi-National champion, Worlds and Olympic rider and diabetic, but always an optimist. Peter only found out about his diabetes in August last year, but the Hungarian fast-man has taken it in his stride, and with a bit of help, is keen to show his talents with Team Novo Nordisk. Here
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Sponsored by Scott Sports Expert tips for road cyclists planning their first gravel riding adventure June 27, 2019 at 11:28 am In the second instalment of our Adventure Addicts series in association with Scott Sports, roadie Mark Bailey joins former British CX champion Nick Craig in his Peak District playground to learn the way of
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Back in 1968, Raymond Poulidor was still in the first half of his Tour de France career, but with a few weeks to go before the start of a race he was touted to win, the book Poulidor, or Glory Without The Yellow Jersey could already be found in every bookshop. Even though this edition
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A stage by stage breakdown of the official Tour de France route for 2019, including profiles, detailed descriptions and which riders to watch June 26, 2019 at 5:44 pm The 106th edition of the Tour de France starts in Brussels with the Grande Départ on Saturday 6 July and concludes on the Champs-Élysées in Paris
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Rider Feature: From Robert Millar, Ed Hood has gone further back in cycling history to tell us all about another pioneering Scot. John Kennedy rode the 1960 Tour de France alongside Tom Simpson and all the stars of the day. His cycling led him to live in Belgium and marry a local beauty, Ed has
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