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Photo gallery: Chris Froome’s Pinarello Dogma F8 for the Jayco Herald Sun Tour

The Jayco Herald Sun Tour starts tomorrow on Melbourne’s Southbank and it’s Team Sky’s Chris Froome that’s the headline act. Here’s the Pinarello Dogma F8 that the reigning Tour de France champion will be riding when the race gets underway with a super-short prologue individual time trial.


Daily News Digest

In today’s Daily News Digest: Dennis confident prior to Tour Down Under title defence: says form is perhaps better than 2015; “I am more motivated than I have ever been” – Froome extends with Team Sky until end of 2018 season; Finding Lucas Euser; Matt Goss confirmed as heading One Pro Cycling lineup in Le […]


“I am more motivated than I have ever been” – Froome extends with Team Sky until end of 2018 season

A member of Team Sky since 2010 and a winner of two Tours de France in that time, Chris Froome has confirmed that he has extended his contract until the end of 2018. “Team Sky have been fundamental to my success to date, so it was a very easy decision to commit to the team […]


Video: Team Sky riders head to the velodrome for aerodynamics testing

Global Cycling Network’s Matt Stephens went to a Team Sky aerodynamics test at the Palma Arena Velodrome in Mallorca, Spain. Sky riders Geraint Thomas, Michal Kwiatkowski, and Mikel Landa were the willing test subjects. The goal? To quantifiably answer the question: Just how important are aerodynamics in pro cycling? Further reading Why Trek used velodrome […]


Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: After months without a verdict, Paolini cocaine positive referred to UCI anti-doping tribunal; Trek Factory Racing becomes Trek-Segafredo as three-year sponsorship deal announced; Adam Hansen – there’s more to me than my Grand Tours record; Rodriguez laments losing Dani Moreno to Movistar; Tour de Pologne […]


Daily News Digest

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 […]


Opinion: Why Chris Froome’s data release is warranted, overdue and potentially a big step forward

Later this week Chris Froome will release a range of data which he believes answers the calls for transparency and which he hopes will end doubts about his performances. He’s going further than other Tour de France winners, but will it be enough? Details are scarce at this point in time, but during the Tour […]


Thomas believes a Tour de France win is ‘a lot more achievable’ after 2015 performance

Chris Froome is the undoubted top rider at Team Sky heading towards the 2016 Tour de France, not least because of his two career wins in the race, but another who believes final yellow on the Champs Elysees might be within reach is Geraint Thomas. Thomas, who helped Froome win his second Tour this July, […]


Nathan Earle interview: Why going from Sky to Drapac might be just what his career needs

Hold the judgements: this is a move that can only be assessed once sufficient time has passed. Two years after Nathan Earle turned neo-pro with Team Sky, the Australian is stepping back a level and will compete with the Pro Continental Drapac Pro Cycling in 2016. By his own admission, there will be a varied […]


Team Sky confirms signature of 2014 world champion Michal Kwiatkowski

On the day that Michal Kwiatkowski will mount the defence of the world road race title he took in Ponferrada in 2014, Team Sky has confirmed that the Polish rider will race with the squad in 2016. Kwiatkowski is 25 years of age and has emerged as one of the most exciting young talents in […]