Chris Horner

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Kristoff takes stage one of Three Days of De Panne; Kristoff admits surprise at result; Astana duo gunning for general classification win; Cookson pledges action over Antoine Demoitié’s death, but says full facts are needed; Criticism after close calls in Three Days of De Panne; Ag2r la Mondiale DS on Demoitié’s crash: We knew it […]


Chris Horner, Kristin Armstrong among marquee names for 32nd Redlands Bicycle Classic

Chris Horner, the 2013 Vuelta a España champion, and two-time Olympic gold medalist Kristin Armstrong are among the marquee names participating at the 32nd annual Redlands Bicycle Classic, held April 6-10 in California. The Redlands Classic, presented by the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians Organizing Committee, is the first stage race of the 2016 […]


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In today’s edition of the CT Daily News Digest: Chris Froome wins the Sun Tour with final-stage victory; Wout Poels wins the Volta a la Communitat Valenciana; Marcel Kittel back to form with Dubai Tour overall victory; Trixi Worrack secures overall victory in the Ladies Tour of Qatar, Etixx-QuickStep absent from Tour of Qatar due […]


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In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Andre Greipel wins round 1 of the Mallorca Challenge; UCI revises level-crossing rule after Paris-Roubaix incident; Alberto Gallego claims innocence and blames contamination for positive test; Jonathan Tiernan-Locke unhappy at being given Category 2 licence; Horner starts new medical treatment, still hopes to race in […]


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In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Coryn Rivera wins the opening stage of the Tour Femenino de San Luis; Uncertainty over the Tour of Oman’s future; Alejandro Valverde to race all three Grand Tours in 2016?; UCI appeals Russian Cycling Federation decision to clear Olympic medallist over alleged positive test; Gerrans […]


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In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Sunderland, Scandolara take victory in the Shimano Supercrit; Oleg Tinkov to step away from pro cycling by end of 2016; Teams and route announced for 2016 Dubai Tour; Horner keen to race on but illness might force retirement; Marianne Vos finds form and morale at […]


Cooke: Chris Horner hasn’t decided to retire, he is aiming to race next year

Chris Horner’s agent Baden Cooke has dismissed as completely inaccurate reports in Friday’s l’Equipe concerning the rider’s future, saying that there is no truth to the suggestions that time has run out for his career. “We are still talking to Airgas-Safeway,” the Australian told CyclingTips. “Basically I haven’t spoken to anyone regarding what he was […]


With no contract in sight, is it game over for Horner?

He’s faced an uphill battle to find contracts for the past two seasons and now, with nothing yet resolved for 2016, Chris Horner could be about to end his time as a professional rider. The 44 year old American rider took his career-best result in September 2013, winning the Vuelta a España. He said then […]


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In this Good Friday edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Alexander Kristoff wins Driedaagse De Panne, Bradley Wiggins claims final stage; 2015 Criterium du Dauphine route announced; Chris Horner to race the Tour d’Azerbaidjan; How to enter the #BBBSpringClassic competition; 150km Arctic MTB Race; Helicopter causes crash in Chinese amateur race; Jesper Skibby gets […]


The Week in Bike #57 – Internal Monologue

Ever wondered what goes through my head when I put these shows together? What better way to find out than by following me through a long, exciting day of transcontinental travel. We hope you enjoy Cosmo Catalano’s latest episode of The Week in Bike.