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  • Cavendish After Stage Wins

    Cavendish After Stage Wins

    by Kev Monks 04 Jul 2015 11:35

    Mark Cavendish has said that he wants stage wins not points in this year's Tour De France. Speaking at Etixx Quick Step's pre-race press conference in the Jarbuur Conference Centre in Utrecht, Cavendish, who has always had a love for winnin

  • Froome Maybe The Most Contested Tour In Recent Years

    Froome Maybe The Most Contested Tour In Recent Years

    by Kev Monks 04 Jul 2015 11:31

    Chris Froome has said that Vincenzo Nibali of Astana could be strong in the first week of the 102nd Tour De France. Froome the winner of the 100th Tour De France, said at the Team Sky press conference in the Jarbuur centre in Utrecht: “I th

  • Lars Boom Out Of The Tour De France

    Lars Boom Out Of The Tour De France

    by Kev Monks 04 Jul 2015 11:28

    Astana's Lars Boom has been removed from the Tour De France before the race has even started. Boom, who was carrying the hopes of the Dutch people in that he win at least one stage, has been withdrawn after his cortisol levels were found to

  • Brennauer Wins Women's Tour

    Brennauer Wins Women's Tour

    by Kev Monks 22 Jun 2015 10:33

    Lisa Brennauer clinched the overall victory in the Aviva Women's Tour, surviving an attacking final day of racing through the Chiltern Hills from

  • Tour De France Could Be Withdrawn From UCI World Tour Calendar

    Tour De France Could Be Withdrawn From UCI World Tour Calendar

    by Kev Monks 20 Jun 2015 09:58

    According to

  • Wiggins Lined Up For RideLondon Classic

    Wiggins Lined Up For RideLondon Classic

    by Kev Monks 20 Jun 2015 09:56

    The legendary Sir Bradley Wiggins, Britain’s most decorated cyclist, will line up on the start line of the third Prudential RideLondon-Surrey C

  • Lizzie Armitstead is out of the Aviva Women's Tour despite winning the opening stage

    Lizzie Armitstead is out of the Aviva Women's Tour despite winning the opening stage

    by Kev Monks 18 Jun 2015 11:15

    The British rider took the victory in Aldeburgh but crashed just after the finish line and was taken to hospital with a suspected broken leg.

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  • Martin Looking For Mur de Huy Revenge

    Martin Looking For Mur de Huy Revenge

    by Kev Monks 03 Jul 2015 10:26

    Cannondale-Garmin's Dan Martin was said that he wants to extract his revenge on the Mur De Hey. The third stage of the 102nd edition finishes on the Mur De Huy and speaking about the opening three stages which start with the time trial

  • First Week Of The Tour De France TV Schedules

    First Week Of The Tour De France TV Schedules

    by Kev Monks 03 Jul 2015 10:24

    ITV4 and British Eurosport have announced their coverage for the first week of the 102nd Tour De France. The coverage details are as follows: Saturday July 4 – Stage 1: Utrecht – Utrecht (ITT) Live coverageITV4: 13:0

  • The 2015 Tour De France In Figures

    The 2015 Tour De France In Figures

    by Kev Monks 03 Jul 2015 10:23

    Some key figures for the Tour De France provided by Amaury Sports Organisation. Riders - 198 will start and made up of 22 teams of nine riders. There are 300 support staff and 15 members of the race jury. The 20-5 Route is 3

  • 2016 Tour Down Under Route Announced

    2016 Tour Down Under Route Announced

    by Kev Monks 03 Jul 2015 10:22

    The routes for the 2016 Santos Tour Down Under have been announced. Tourism Minister Leon Bignell said the routes include a return to some old favourites and the inclusion of Norton Summit road, an iconic South Australian climb. Th

  • Hoy Praises Sky's Cycling Role

    Hoy Praises Sky's Cycling Role

    02 Jul 2015 08:55

    Six-time Olympic champion Sir Chris Hoy has paid tribute to the role of Sky in promoting cycling in the UK.British Cycling has announced it will end its eight-year partnership with Sky in 2016.The decision has been described as ami

  • Cavendish In Fine Fettle For Tour

    Cavendish In Fine Fettle For Tour

    02 Jul 2015 08:54

    Mark Cavendish believes his build-up to the Tour de France has been ideal.The 30-year-old from the Isle of Man has won 25 Tour stages in his previous eight appearances at the race, but finished the 2014 edition on the Tarmac on the openin

  • A League Of Nations In The Tour De France

    A League Of Nations In The Tour De France

    by Kev Monks 01 Jul 2015 10:28

    The 102nd Tour De France will be a race of nations. According to Pro Cycling Stats, the riders from the twenty two teams will be made up of riders from thirty two different nations.There will be ten British riders in Chris Froome,

  • Dutch Police Call Off Protests At The Tour De France

    Dutch Police Call Off Protests At The Tour De France

    by Kev Monks 01 Jul 2015 10:26

    A Dutch police union has called off its planned protests during the Tour De France which starts on Saturday. The police who are demanding a 3.3% pay increase and had had planned to disrupt the individual time trial in Utrecht by riding th

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