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  • Nitro

    Thanks to everyone in the CT team for an amazing year of stories and news articles.

    You’ve covered the full spectrum from insightful to interesting, thought provoking to fascinating, educational to just plan amusing

    All the best to you and your respective families for a happy and safe festive season – looking forward to a great 2016…

  • Marcus

    I think my employer would like to have a word as I always appear to be reading this site when my boss walks by… Thanks for all the content this year, you have become a ritual in my day. You’re the first thing I read when I get to the office. Thank you.

  • Allabouthebike

    Just a personal view but those most read articles are the type that made me fall in love with CT – recently I feel there’s been more reportage on pro cycling (which I can get elsewhere) and insinuations about riders and obsession with doping. It’s great to see I’m not alone in loving the stuff about “the bike” and not being so keen on the dirge about the riders/sport

    Merry Christmas all.

    • I know what you mean @Allaboutthebike. I love everything that’s great about our sport too, however we have a responsibility to report on the things that we don’t love so much about it as well.

  • Joel

    Take a bow CT – it’s been a great year of reporting from everyone involved. I too enjoy reading the comments and seeing all the reactions. Favourite pieces for mine were all TSP pieces. Merry xmas to all

  • Antoine

    Thanks from France for all those great articles

  • jules

    Nice one CT you guys have provided much entertainment and info over the year, again. A special congrats on the Giro della Donna which was a massive success.

  • Roberj4

    Thanks for another great year CT. Your by far the best site…Merry Christmas.

  • awesometown

    Thank you CT, for giving me ZERO reason to ever visit cyclingnews again. Merry New Year!

  • Chiwode

    thanks from Boston for a great site and always something good to read, both from staff and in the comments.

  • RomanTheCube

    Great work as always. I love that CT doesn’t feel like a faceless, corporate entity. It feels like i’m reading a site written by a couple of mates of mine.

    • Great to know Roman, thank you!

      • binotto

        I agree totally. Seeing how so many other websites become impersonal as they grow from one-man projects, it’s a real credit to you all that you’ve been able to keep CT feeling friendly. (Things like Wade’s newsletters are a great idea.) And wonderful that there is a core of followers here keeping these discussions friendly too as the site has grown in popularity.

  • Arfy

    Besides the articles, CT always publishes great pictures. I’d love to know how many DND feature image pictures featured tarmac versus other road surfaces, it seems CT’s had an aversion to tarmac this year (not that I’m complaining!) :)

  • bigstu_

    Your passion = our entertainment. Thx for being you.

  • Anon N + 1

    “[We’ll be] announcing some massive news [soon] and we can’t wait to share that with you all.” If you “can’t wait,” don’t. Tell us now.

    • It’s not far away. ;)

    • jules

      Theyre putting me on as chief commenter

  • Phil Stephens

    Hup hup AMR!

  • donncha

    Thanks CT crew. Most interesting cycling site on the net, by miles (well, kilometres technically…)

  • _kw

    Thx from Europe for year’s worth of well researched, interesting and entertaining articles and constant added motivation to go out riding again!

    Keep it up! :-)

  • Michael Sproul

    You guys are smashing it, this place is always my first visit in the morning. I get Daily News Digest withdrawal symptoms on the weekend! Always stunning images used on the site too, have you considered maybe releasing a calendar of your favourites?

  • Thanks for all the positive feedback folks! We’re always striving to improve and evolve and it’s a pleasure doing what we do every day. Merry Christmas!

  • Robert Merkel

    Cheers, thanks fellas. Love your work.

  • Flash

    Great work on another yr, keep up the good work – keep the passion alive.
    One thing I would love to see, could you show the location of your photo’s.
    Either in the corner of the photo or at the end of the article, somewhere.
    I sometimes think, have I ridden that road, or I would love to do that ride.
    Merry Xmas, and have a great 2016.

    • Hi Flash,

      Most of the time we have a note at the bottom of the Daily News Digest stating where the photo was taken. Unfortunately the details are quite vague sometimes, but we do our best to place it. Keep your eyes peeled for it!

  • velocite

    Before you introduced the Rocacorba Daily I appreciated the quality of the material on CT but my first port of call for cycling news was VeloNews and Cycling News – but the ‘Daily’ was a game changer, it is now the hub, and more than that, of course: the variety of things you dig up is very much appreciated. I’m sure it’s a stretch to populate it each day, but it is much enjoyed.

  • Dave

    A great year all round!

    Let me know if you want any local knowledge on good photo spots along the new roads for the 2016 TDU ?

  • Laurens

    Congratulations and thanks for all the interesting content this year. CT is my go-to cycling blog and I look forward to reading more of your stories next year. Have a good one, CT team and readers!

  • mt

    Hey CT team…Merry Christmas…Thanks for your excellent work that translates to excellent reading and all that pervades the beauty of cycling.

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