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  • Wiggins Looking Forward To RideLondon Classic

    Wiggins Looking Forward To RideLondon Classic

    by Kev Monks 29 Jul 2015 16:01

    The Prudential RideLondon festival of cycling represents “everything that’s great about our sport”, according to 2012 Tour de France champion Sir Bradley Wiggins who will race in the third Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic on Sunday, 2 Augu

  • Androni Team Suspended

    Androni Team Suspended

    by Kev Monks 29 Jul 2015 15:59

    The UCI have confirmed that the Androni team is to be suspended for thirty days for a breach of anti-doping violations. The cycling union have issued the following statement: "The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) announces tha

  • Gilbert Takes Tour De Wallonie Stage Three

    Gilbert Takes Tour De Wallonie Stage Three

    28 Jul 2015 14:31

    Philippe Gilbert of BMC has won the third stage of the Tour De Wallonie. Stage three from Bastogne to Namur was 207kms long and had Niki Terpstra in the race lead. Cyril Lemoine, Antoine Duchesne, Gediminas Bagdonas, Gatis Smukulis

  • Froome Frustrated By Tour Scrutiny

    Froome Frustrated By Tour Scrutiny

    21 Jul 2015 05:15

    Tour de France leader Chris Froome is frustrated at the scrutiny his performances have prompted, questioning why none of his rivals were subjecte

  • Kennaugh quits Tour de France

    Kennaugh quits Tour de France

    20 Jul 2015 13:02

    British champion Peter Kennaugh has abandoned the Tour de France on Monday's 16th stage to deprive Team Sky leader Chris Froome a key lieutenant.

  • Brailsford issues appeal to UCI

    Brailsford issues appeal to UCI

    20 Jul 2015 03:35

    Sir Dave Brailsford wants cycling's world governing body to intervene in an effort to prove Tour de France leader Chris Froome is competing as

  • Froome Blasts Critics

    Froome Blasts Critics

    17 Jul 2015 03:35

    Chris Froome rounded on his critics after maintaining his commanding Tour de France lead through the Pyrenees.The 30-year-old's Team Sky

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  • New Name For Bretagne Seche Environnement

    New Name For Bretagne Seche Environnement

    by Kev Monks 27 Jul 2015 11:17

    The Bretagne-Séché Environnement team, will become Fortuneo Vital Concept from 1 January 2016. The team will bear the name of two new Senior partners: Fortuneo Bank, a leading French online banking -also located in Belgium under the bra

  • Van Poppel Celebrates His Birthday With A Win

    Van Poppel Celebrates His Birthday With A Win

    by Kev Monks 27 Jul 2015 11:15

    Danny Van Poppel of Trek Factory Racing has won the second stage of the Tour De Walloonie. Niki Terpstra was the leader for this second 171.4km stage from Beaufays to Bassenge.Warnier took the the first KOM climb of the day befor

  • Froome - So Many Emotions

    Froome - So Many Emotions

    by Kev Monks 27 Jul 2015 11:14

    Chris Froome has said that so many emotions went through him as he finished fifth on stage twenty of the 102nd Tour De France on Alpe D'Huez to ensure that he rides into Paris today in the leader's yellow jersey, having also taken the KOM jers

  • Nibali Tastes TDF Stage Success In La Toussuire

    Nibali Tastes TDF Stage Success In La Toussuire

    by Kev Monks 25 Jul 2015 10:08

    Vincenzo Nibali of Astana has won stage nineteen of the 102nd Tour De France. Another day in the Alps and a stage of four climbs, a hors category of the Col de la Croix de Fer, two category one climbs and one category two plus an intermedia

  • A Dream Come True For Geschke

    A Dream Come True For Geschke

    by Kev Monks 23 Jul 2015 11:51

    Giant Alpecin's Simon Geschke described his victory on stage seventeen of the Tour De France as a dream come true.Geschke rode away with 47kms left to take the stage in Pra Loup and speaking about his victory, he said: “I didn't feel gr

  • Gilbert Wins GP Pino Cerami

    Gilbert Wins GP Pino Cerami

    by Kev Monks 23 Jul 2015 11:50

    BMC's Philippe Gilbert has won the GP Pino Cerami in Belgium. A 211.5km stage race from Tertre - Frameries saw eight riders in a strong field including Britsh team Team Wiggins, launch an early attack before a break which included Serry

  • Kwiatkowski To Leave Etixx Quick Step

    Kwiatkowski To Leave Etixx Quick Step

    by Kev Monks 23 Jul 2015 11:48

    It has been confirmed that World Champion Michal Kwiatkowski is leaving Etixx Quick Step. The Pole, who abandoned the Tour De France on stage seventeen, will leave the Belgian based team at the end of the season.His departure was

  • Geschke Solos To TDF Stage Seventeen Victory

    Geschke Solos To TDF Stage Seventeen Victory

    by Kev Monks 22 Jul 2015 16:27

    Simon Geschke of Giant Alpecin has won stage seventeen of the 102nd Tour De France. The stage after the second rest day and today’s stage was a 161km stage in the Alps from Digne-les-Bains to Pra Loup on a gloriously sunny day. One

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