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  • Lobato Wins Tour De Wallonie Third Stage

    Lobato Wins Tour De Wallonie Third Stage

    by Kev Monks 28 Jul 2014 16:35

    Movistar's Juan Jose Lobato has won the third stage of the Tour De Wallonie.A day of seven climbs and three sprints on a 174.6km stage from Somme Leuze to Neufchateau saw Gianni Meersman in the yellow jersey after two second places in t

  • Philippe Gilbert confirmed for Classic Race

    Philippe Gilbert confirmed for Classic Race

    by Kev Monks 28 Jul 2014 16:32

    2012 world road race champion Philippe Gilbert heads the list of the first riders to be confirmed for the Prudential RideLondon- Surrey Classic on Sunday 10 August, part of the Mayor of London’s multi-award winning annual festival of cycling.

  • Tour De France 2014 Final Standings

    Tour De France 2014 Final Standings

    by Kev Monks 28 Jul 2014 11:20

    Yellow Jersey - Vincenzo Nibali 1 Vincenzo Nibali Astana Pro Team 89:59:06 2 Jean-Christophe Péraud AG2R 0:07:37 3 Thibaut Pinot FDJ 0:08:15 4 Alejandro Valverde Movistar Team

  • Prudhomme Impressed With Yorkshire Tour Effort

    Prudhomme Impressed With Yorkshire Tour Effort

    by Kev Monks 03 Jul 2014 16:12

    Tour De France Director Christian Prudhomme admitted to being impressed by all that Yorkshire had done to host the Tour De France which starts on

  • Impey Tests Positive For Probenecid

    Impey Tests Positive For Probenecid

    by Kev Monks 02 Jul 2014 14:07

    Orica GreenEdge have removed South African Daryl Impey from their team roster after he tested positive for Probenecid.Impey who became the f

  • Cavendish Leads Classic Field

    Cavendish Leads Classic Field

    by Kev Monks 30 Jun 2014 15:47

    • Mark Cavendish headlines Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic • New status and tougher route in 2014 • Race to be shown live

  • Rapha Condor JLT continues dominance

    Rapha Condor JLT continues dominance

    by Kev Monks 06 Jun 2014 09:28

    Rapha Condor JLT continued their dominance of the 2014 Pearl Izumi Tour Series with a fifth team win at Canary Wharf on Thursday night, but it

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  • Nizzolo Wins Tour De Wallonie Stage Two

    Nizzolo Wins Tour De Wallonie Stage Two

    by Kev Monks 28 Jul 2014 10:48

    Trek Factory Racing's Giacomo Nizzolo won the second stage of the Tour de Wallonie.Jens Debusschere had won the first stage from Frasnes-Lez Anvaing to Tournai ahead of Gianni Meersman, JJ Lobato and Giacomo Nizzolo, was 2.35 behind Seb L

  • Majka Does it Again

    Majka Does it Again

    by Kev Monks 24 Jul 2014 15:36

    Tinkoff Saxo's Rafal Majka has taken his second stage of the Tour De France with victory on stage seventeen. The shortest stage of the race at 124.5kms from Saint Gaudens to Saint Lary certainly had a kick with three category one climb

  • Gallopin Wins Tour De France Stage Eleven

    Gallopin Wins Tour De France Stage Eleven

    by Kev Monks 17 Jul 2014 14:32

    Lotto's Tony Gallopin took victory on stage eleven of the Tour De France.Back to racing after the rest day, the riders minus Fabian Cancellera started on a 187.5km hilly stage from Besançon to Oyonnax, close to the border with Switzerland

  • That Was Close - Kittel

    That Was Close - Kittel

    by Kev Monks 09 Jul 2014 16:36

    Marcel Kittel felt that his third victory in four stage of the Tour De France was a close one.Kittel took victory in a sprint in Lille and said about his win: "It was a mad one and very exhausting,"it was difficult to stay with m

  • Third Tour De France Win For Kittel

    Third Tour De France Win For Kittel

    by Kev Monks 09 Jul 2014 16:34

    Marcel Kittel made it three wins out of four in the 101st edition of the Tour De France with victory in Lille. The riders flew from London City Airport to Le Touquet-Paris-Plage whilst the media, caravan and everything that goes to make

  • One Of The Best Finish Lines - Kittel

    One Of The Best Finish Lines - Kittel

    by Kev Monks 08 Jul 2014 16:36

    ‎Marcel Kittel described his victory on the Mall as a win on one of the best finish lines he had ever seen. Kittel told his Giant Shimano team's press office: Today was one of the best finish lines I have ever seen, with the amoun

  • Cavendish Out For Six Weeks

    Cavendish Out For Six Weeks

    by Kev Monks 08 Jul 2014 16:34

    ‎Former British and World Champion Mark Cavendish will be out for six week. The Manx Missile is to undergo surgery on Wednesday on the separated shoulder he sustained after crashing on the opening stage of the 2014 Tour De France. C

  • Sagan Points The Way

    Sagan Points The Way

    by Kev Monks 08 Jul 2014 16:33

    Peter Sagan leads the points competition as the Tour De France says goodbye to England and heads for France. The Cannondale rider took second place on the third stage from Cambridge to London and added another thirty five points to his

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