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Photo gallery: Team bikes of the 2019 Tour de France, part two

In part one of this series, we showed you the road bikes of the Ineos, Deceuninck-Quicktep, CCC, Jumbo-Visma, and Trek-Segafredo teams, w...

Dimension Data managers clash over Cavendish’s absence from the Tour

BRUSSELS, Belgium (CT) – Dimension Data team owner Doug Ryder and its sport director Rolf Aldag stood in front of the same bus, wore the ...

The weekly spin: Evaluating Andrea Tafi's improbable Roubaix return at age 52

Traditionally, a 20th anniversary has been celebrated with fine china, though in modern days that has become platinum. On April 14, Andre...

CyclingTips Tour de France Vlog, Episode 1: Kittel and Bach

Stage 1 of the 2017 Tour de France is just hours away from starting. Time trial bikes are ready, the city of Düsseldorf is engulfed in ye...

Future uncertain, but giving back: How Songezo Jim is helping African cycling

With the end of the year approaching and the new season looming on the horizon, there are many professional riders still hoping to land a...

American Ben King on maturing, giving back, and a new beginning with Dimension Data

He began with “I was happy with the Vuelta,” and ended with silence, a soliloquy of a 2016 full of emotions — a season with extreme highs...

Lachlan Morton to ride with Dimension Data in 2017

Australian climbing sensation Lachlan Morton will return to the European peloton in 2017 after signing a contract with Dimension Data, se...

Why Dimension Data's place in the WorldTour is under threat

Going into the 2016 Tour de France, few could have predicted that Dimension Data would come out of the race with five stage wins, four of...

How Mark Cavendish got his Tour de France mojo back

He won’t dispute stage win number five in Paris, but Mark Cavendish’s 2016 Tour campaign was nevertheless a blazing success. How did a ri...

Stats and storytelling: How Dimension Data is breaking down the Tour de France

CHAMOUNIX, France (CT) – In this era of smartphones, high-speed internet and 'Big Data', we have more information at our fingertips than ...

Photo gallery: 2016 Tour de France, second rest day

Photography by Cor Vos, Jered & Ashley Gruber The riders of the 2016 Tour de France enjoyed a relaxing rest day on Tuesday in Berne, ...

Cameron Meyer leaves Dimension Data with immediate effect

Australian rider Cameron Meyer and the Dimension Data WorldTour team have parted ways with immediate effect, with Meyer citing "personal ...

Pro bike: Mark Cavendish's Cervélo S5

Mark Cavendish (Dimension Data) capped off his Amgen Tour of California in the best way possible, winning the final stage in a convincing...

Photo gallery: Giro d'Italia time trial tech

With two time trials down at this year's Giro d'Italia the race is starting to hot up. We had a trip around the pits to check out what ne...

Photo gallery: Bike tech from Scheldeprijs 2016

Marcel Kittel took the win, Cavendish came a close second. Scheldeprijs doesn't usually throw up a winner who'll go on to win the followi...

Paris-Nice tech: Custom Ridley paint schemes, prototype saddles, new tyres and more

The 2016 edition of Paris-Nice came to a close over the weekend with Geraint Thomas (Sky) taking out the race overall. CyclingTips report...

Boasson Hagen back on track with Classics ambitions ahead

The last nine months have been something of a resurgence for Edvald Boasson Hagen (Dimension Data). After his career seemed to stagnate i...

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...

Cameron Meyer hits the ground running with Dimension Data

Cameron Meyer has returned to basics in an effort to re-establish and realise his potential as a general classification contender with ne...

Tension increasing between Velon and ASO: “Unfortunately I think it is going to come to a head”

The question about cycling’s economic future is one which has become more and more relevant as the gulf between the budgets of the sport’...

Douglas Ryder on MTN-Qhubeka’s future: Sponsorship talks are ongoing, the team is secure

He sounded somewhat blindsided by the news that MTN had decided that it wouldn’t continue with the team next season, not least because th...