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Rod Ellingworth resigns from Ineos Grenadiers
Rod Ellingworth has resigned as INEOS Grenadiers deputy team principal. He was the temporary replacement for Dave Brailsford as manager of the British cycling team. The team was dominant in the Grand Tours for years, but has not won a Grand Tour since Egan Bernal's Giro in 2021.See the Story
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Rigobero Uran: Respect has been lost in the peloton
Rigoberto Uran is a 36-year-old Colombian cyclist. He turned professional in 2006 and has seen a lot change in seventeen years. Uran is not happy with the new generation of cyclists. People only look at watts now and no one talks to a group mate, he says.See the Story
Geraint Thomas to focus on Giro and Tour in 2024
Geraint Thomas will continue to focus on riding the Grand Tours in 2024, but doesn’t rule out that he will ride the spring classics again the following year. “That’s how it started for me,” Thomas says about the classics. For next season, the Welshman hinted that he would ride the Giro d’Italia and the Tour de France. He finished second in the Giro last year behind Primoz Roglic. If Thomas rides the Giro, this would rule out a serious spring ca…See the Story
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[Opinion] Highest Paid Cyclists on the Planet
Professional cycling has had a funny way of dividing opinions – you’re either a die-hard fan or you’d rather skip it altogether. But let me tell you, it’s been making quite a splash in recent years. Just look at the Tour De France – it’s an absolute spectacle that has captivated millions across the globe. And as the sport’s popularity skyrocketed, so did the investment pouring in from eager spectators and sponsors. Thanks to their remarkable ski…See the Story
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Mohoric dreaming of Paris-Roubaix and Tour of Flanders
Matej Mohoric is looking ahead to the 2024 season and the Slovenian is setting a high bar for next year. “I have two big goals for 2024: the Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix,” says the Slovenian. Mohoric won his first Monument in 2022 at Milano-Sanremo, but the 29 year-old wants to add to his palmares the two big cobbled classics. The Bahrain Victorious rider finished 5th in the 2020 Paris-Roubaix, but hopes to stand on the podium next year i…See the Story
Wout van Aert says will target Giro d'Italia in 2024
Wout van Aert announced his provisional cyclocross program for the current season but also his main goal on the road in 2024. “That is the Giro d’Italia,” the Belgian said in Colombia where he took part in Rigoberto Uran’s granfodo known as the Giro del Rigo. The Belgian was welcomed with great enthusiasm in cycling-mad Colombia. On Sunday he finished the Granfondo in the company of Uran and some other professionals. “I have really been greatly …See the Story
Your One-Stop Guide to 2024 Cycling Specials
From the timeless classics to the esteemed grand tours, the forthcoming year of cycling promises to be a captivating and exhilarating spectacle. Unbelievably, the 2024 cycling season is already less than two months away, with competitions scheduled for January in the Middle East, South America, Australia, Southern Europe, and Great Britain. However, although we are delighted to see the sport’s top athletes return to competition and some of its l…See the Story
UCI threatens with exclusion from the Worlds for cross riders that skip World Cup
The absence of Thibau Nys in the Dendermonde World Cup has sparked anger at the UCI. David Lappartient believes that participation in the UCI World Cup should be mandatory, otherwise riders should risk exclusion from the next World Cup round and from the Cyclocross World Championships. Since Nys decided that he would ride the Superprestige Niel but not at the Dendermonde World Cup, the discussion about the World Cup calendar has flared up again…See the Story
Best Cycling-Themed Video Games of All Time
The Tour de France 2023 video game is perfect for anyone who has ever dreamt of competing in the iconic race. BMX Streets: PIPE lets you become a pro-BMX racer without worrying about scraping yourself up if you don't land the stunt. Descenders is a great way to safely experience some of the thrills.See the Story
Pedal Your Way to Weight Loss: How Cycling Can Help You Shed Pounds?
Cycling is one of the best aerobic exercises for burning fat. It boosts your heart rate without the stress of running and can push up your basal metabolic rate (BMR), which means it will keep your body burning calories all day long. If you want to lose weight by cycling, the key is to make it a regular part of your exercise routine. That’s why experts recommend tracking your workouts with a fitness app so you can monitor how much progress you’re…See the Story
Which Cycling Race Is the Most Prestigious?
Cycling has grown since Lance Armstrong gained international acclaim in the 2000s. However, it remains a sport that still receives minimal coverage compared to others. For any new cycling fans reading, here are a few of the most popular and respected cycling events on the calendar ranked.See the Story