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Cookson: ‘Message to all cheaters is that we will catch up with you sooner or later’

As members of the media piled into the press room on the World Cyclocross Championship course in Heusden-Zolder for an otherwise routine press conference, there was only one topic of interest: the first caught technical fraud case. Belgian under-23 rider Femke van den Driessche is under investigation over what the UCI has described as technological […]

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Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Ramon Sinkeldam describes chaos of Giant-Alpecin training crash; Driver charged for Giant-Alpecin road crash; Caleb Ewan to race the Giro in 2016; Chris Froome insists he didn’t ‘snub’ the Tour Down Under; Mike Turtur keen for big overseas names for 2017 Tour Down Under; Vaughters […]

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Ella Picks: a new world record, muddy finale to the UCI CX World Cup, para world champ announces retirement following concussion, and more

Every week we scan the internet for interesting, funny, touching and/or inspiring stories related to women’s cycling and round them all up in a weekly news digest. In this week’s edition, we catch up on race news from the road and cyclocross worlds, introduce you to a new women’s sports media platform, and talk about […]

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Commentary: ASO, UCI, and getting onstage with Beyoncé

With the start of the Tour de San Luis and Santos Tour Down Under, the off season has officially drawn to a close for professional cycling. Team-building exercises are over, Peter Sagan has packed up his Danny Zuko costume, and in what is becoming as predictable as yet another Who farewell tour, the ASO and UCI are […]

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Ella Picks: technology to ease biking for transportation; Kung Fu Nuns on bikes, race coverage from Tour Down Under, and more

We’ve got a lot of racing to catch up on with the Santos Women’s Tour ongoing in Australia and UCI world cup events for both track and cyclocross happening over the weekend. Additionally, we catch up on technological innovations that might make cycling for transportation even easier in the near future; and introduce you to the bike-pedaling […]

Ella Picks: gender equality in professional cycling, new national champs crowned, Australian summer of racing is heating up, new UCI teams and more

It’s been a few weeks since the last Ella Picks but now that the festive season has come to an end, it’s back. It’s been a few busy weeks with battles for national titles (in cyclocross and road racing) taking place across the globe. Meanwhile, everyone is prepping for the 2016 road season and we’re […]

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Daily News Digest

Good morning, Happy New Year, and welcome to the first edition of the CT Daily News Digest for 2016. In today’s edition we’ve got the latest news from the world of road cycling plus a collection of links to stories that you might have missed over the Christmas-New Year break. Have a great day and […]

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Daily News Digest

In today’s edition of the Daily News Digest: Velon underlines backing for AIGCP, UCI in WorldTour reform, while hints of frustration amongst riders emerge; Düsseldorf confirmed as hosting Tour de France start in 2017; Armistead influences expansion of women’s Tour de Yorkshire; Women’s Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race race secures 1.2 UCI status, bolsters […]

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Women’s Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race race secures 1.2 UCI status, bolsters Australia’s summer of racing

The women’s Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race has secured a UCI classification of 1.2, becoming the second Australian women’s race to obtain a ranking for 2016, which is bound to bolster the appeal of the nation’s summer season of racing for riders and fans alike. Deakin University has also  come on board as a sponsor […]

Velon underlines backing for AIGCP, UCI in WorldTour reform, while hints of frustration amongst riders emerge

Commenting on last week’s declaration by ASO that it will remove the Tour de France plus its other events from the UCI WorldTour, the Velon teams’ association has said that it remains committed to the WorldTour reforms that are at the root of the dispute. On Friday Tour organiser ASO said that it would move […]

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