Month: January 2020

Rider Interview: UAE Team Emirates’ Colombian ace sprinter, Fernando Gaviria, took his second win of 2020 on Wednesday in the Vuelta a San Juan, emulating his victories of 2015. Alastair Hamilton caught up with the Colombian champ at his team’s Spanish training camp before he flew to Argentina to start the new season, putting his
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Back in November, it was big news that the Canfield Brothers were splitting up. Chris would take the Canfield Balance Formula suspension side of the business, while Lance would continue the product side of things with the rebranded Canfield Bikes. Only, at the time, there weren’t any full suspension bikes available. Clearly, the brand has
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2020 UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships Dates: 30 January-2 February Venue: Milton, Canada Coverage: Daily reports on the BBC Sport website. Watch live coverage here. Jody Cundy won Britain’s first gold medal of the Para-cycling Track World Championships in Milton, Canada. The 16-time track world champion, 41, clocked one minute 5.087 seconds to win the
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Ed’s Style Council: Ed Hood has been ruminating over the falling standards of the style seen on the roads the last few years. There are some rules that must be followed, even the normally trend setting Belgians have started to pull their socks over their leg-warmers/tights, just NO! Ed tackles the style faux pas, the
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2020 UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships Dates: 30 January-2 February Venue: Milton, Canada Coverage: Daily reports on the BBC Sport website. Watch live coverage via http://www.uci.org/ It was during his second tour to Afghanistan, two weeks away from returning home, that Jaco van Gass was hit by a rocket-propelled grenade. Its devastation was instant. Van
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Gravel, hills and dust = a tough day With long gravel sections, constantly undulating roads and a bit of wind thrown in, this past weekend’s Gravel and Tar Classic in New Zealand was a very tough way to start the year of UCI one day races. An even tougher day for some And even tougher
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TOOLBOX: Cycling is built on the lore of climbing big mountains, that epic battle of humans versus the environment. But surprisingly, not that much research has explored the biomechanics of climbing, notably the differences in biomechanics and physiology of seated versus standing climbing. The Mountains and MythDespite what sprinters and track cyclists may tell you,
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Frankenbikes? Futuristic BMX bikes? Whatever you call them, the creations ridden in the Fingers Crossed BMX teaser look like they’re a lot of fun. Seemingly led by BMX legend Ruben Alcantara, the teaser gives a glimpse of the development of some interesting new bikes. Far from the average BMX bike, these bikes include suspension forks,
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