Tour Down Under

Stage 7 of the Tour Down Under: the inaugural Rickshaw World Championships

For most riders in the Tour Down Under peloton, the year’s first WorldTour race ran for a measly six stages. But for four of the toughest riders, there was another stage to tackle after the first six had been completed. Pushing their bodies further, the four riders escaped the confines of the team hotel on […]

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Contador names his most important career victory…and it’s not the Tour de France

He’s won two editions of the Tour de France, taken two of the Giro d’Italia and also clocked up success in three editions of the Vuelta a España. However, when asked which career result means most to him, Alberto Contador doesn’t pick any of these. Instead, it’s smaller race, but one which had a special […]

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The future of the Tour Down Under: what the UCI WorldTour reforms might mean

After years spent trying to reform the WorldTour — the highest level of men’s professional road cycling — the UCI is just weeks away from what is likely to be an important milestone in that reform process. The proposed changes to the WorldTour, which are planned to come into effect at the start of the […]

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Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: French television report shows how micro-dosing can beat UCI Biological Passport; Tour Down Under’s future uncertain beyond 2016?; Orica-GreenEdge gunning for pink at the Giro d’Italia; WA cyclists to be allowed to ride on footpaths; Survival at the AIS selection camp; The Making of an […]

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The Week in Bike #54 – The Season Arc

Road season’s just getting going while cyclocross prepares for that last big bang. The circle of life, really, but with more awkward—especially where sprinting results, footed fencing, and US Weekly are concerned. We hope you enjoy Cosmo Catalano’s latest episode of The Week in Bike.

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Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Final teams announced for the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race; 10 things we’ll take from the 2015 Santos Tour Down Under; Five WorldTour teams vying for Fernando Gaviria?; Horner “couldn’t believe” Airgas-Safeway Tour of California snub; The battle to keep the TDU in January; […]

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The Week in Bike #53 – CGFYN News

This Week’s The Week in Bike will not be seen, so that we might instead bring you this special news presentation.

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The Week in Bike #51 – The Short Week

Granted, it hasn’t been a full week since the last episode, but there’s still plenty of news. Championships, non-championships, CAPS LOCK, a team launch…though I suppose another black kit doesn’t exactly justify stopping the presses. We hope you enjoy Cosmo Catalano’s latest episode of The Week in Bike.

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The Week in Bike #48 – Grossly Disproportionate

A week of big announcements and bigger reactions. Is it the same old story in cycling, or is the UCI successfully threading needle between future expectations and past mistakes? We hope you enjoy Cosmo Catalano’s latest episode of The Week in Bike.

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Tour Down Under vs Tour de San Luis

The Tour Down Under (Australia) and the Tour de San Luis (Argentina) are both currently underway and while the former is a WorldTour race and the latter is a small UCI 2.1 race, it’s the Tour de San Luis that attracts the stronger field. But why is the most prestigious race classification not attracting all […]

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