Route de France cancelled as UCI and organisers clash

Route de France Féminine, France’s most prestigious women’s stage race, today announced it has cancelled the event due to a clash with the international governing body, the UCI. A continuation of the Women’s Tour de France and the Grande Boucle Féminine, Route de France has been a well-respected event for the past decade, drawing top-level …


Peta Mullens bests Rachel Neylan in two-up sprint for nationals road race gold

Victorian Peta Mullens (SRAM) won a two-up sprint against Rachel Neylan to take her first elite national road title, continuing the fine form she has shown during the Australian summer of racing. Mullens, reigning cross-country eliminator (XCE) mountain bike champion, could not contain her surprise and delight following her brilliant victory at the Mars Cycling …


Shane Stokes: Looking forward while remembering the past

After working as a contributor to various media for well over a decade and most recently as the editor of for the past four years, I would like to welcome Shane Stokes to CyclingTips in a newly created full-time role as News Editor and Journalist. His appointment coincides with an expansion of this site …


Rocacorba Daily

Good morning and welcome to your Rocacorba Daily news digest. It’s a slow news day on this mid-week edition, but we’ve found a few stories that have caught our eye and with the Australian National Championships starting today, things are just heating up. In today’s headlines: Australian National Championships start today; Pre-selections announced for UniSA-Australia …


Rocacorba Daily: Wednesday March 6

It’s not exactly a big day in cycling headlines but we’ve been able to track down some interesting pieces from around the globe for you to enjoy over your morning coffee. As always, if there’s anything you think we should know about, feel free to send an email to [email protected]


News Shorts – Feb 8, 2012

The action this week in cycling was in the court rooms, which only enriches news. US federal prosecutors closed a doping case against Lance Armstrong and a sporting court banned and stripped wins, including the 2010 Tour de France, from Alberto Contador. It sounds gloomy, and some of it is, but positive aspects often rise …


Weekly Roundup

A massive weekend of events including the NSW Cycling Grand Prix, The Launceston Cycling Classic, the Inaugural Opperman Gran Fondo, the Tour de Perth, the AIS Women’s selection camp and much more. Here’s the lowdown of last week’s action…


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