An interview with Greg LeMond: part one
August 7, 2014
CyclingTips’ roving reporter Dave Everett recently caught up with three-time Tour de France winner Greg LeMond and, in addition to going for a ride, the pair sat down to talk about LeMond’s career, the Tour de France and cycling more generally. In this first part of a two-part interview, LeMond talks about returning to the […]
Highlights from the Sparkassen Giro World Cup
August 4, 2014
There were 23 teams and 128 riders at the start of the Sparkassen Giro, a race that was created in 2001. This year marks the first time it is categorised as a World Cup race. Under partly cloudy skies but with temperatures up to 27 degrees, the peloton faced eight 15.5 kilometre laps making it […]
Top 10 Rider Impersonations
August 1, 2014
To celebrate the launch of their new kit for sale to the public (which is quite nice if I do say so myself), GCN has done their “top 10 rider impersonations”. Take a look…you’ll get quite the laugh.
Slaying the badger
July 30, 2014
A detailed and highly revealing tale of one of cycling’s most extraordinary rivalries and one of the greatest Tours de France ever.
Tour de France stage 20 in photos
July 27, 2014
The fans would have loved to see today’s individual time trial come down to a fight for precious seconds for the General Classification, but since Vincenzo Nibali’s Tour de France victory was assured, stage 20 was all about the battle for podium honours with only 15 seconds between second and fourth place. For the first […]
Renshaw and Petacchi – Cav’s a nudist
July 23, 2014
Mark Renshaw and Alessandro Petacchi talk about all the reasons they miss Mark Cavendish after his crash and leaving the Tour de France, as well as a few reasons why they don’t.