Michal Kwiatkowski exploded away from Peter Sagan on the steep streets of Siena to upset the odds and take Strade … Continue reading
Tabriz Petrochemical’s Mirsamad Pourseyedi Golakhour won the Tour de Langkawi’s queen stage and with it the overall, but the race was … Continue reading
After a six-week hiatus, the 2014 UCI WorldTour resumes tomorrow with the 72nd edition of Paris-Nice, the traditional ‘race to the sun’ … Continue reading
Now I’m not meaning to steal the Oscars’ thunder, but it gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the … Continue reading
The classics started last weekend and weren’t we excited? So we have some Boonen and the Pharmers! Cows in socks! … Continue reading
We caught up with FDJ sprinter Sebastien Chavanel after he returned from his first trip to the Middle East and … Continue reading
What the …? This SKYvOGE trailer has been teased all week. Apparently, the games begin on Monday 10 March. What games, we can only guess, but they seem to be played mainly in a windowless, grey room.
Vincenzo Nibali, Mark Cavendish, Alberto Contador – testing bikes on the road, on the track, in a wind tunnel. It’s all here in #ITSMYTOUR from Specialized.
Spring means one thing to us at VeloVoices Towers – CLASSICS! And we’re loving this new Cannondale Classics tee (limited edition, folks) from G4 Dimension. Yours for €32! Order them here.
Why not unlock your own Hulk persona with this fabby wabby woo Peter Sagan teeshirt from G4 Dimension (€34.50)?
Subtle? Nah. Magnificent? Hell yeah!
If you had the chance, what would you ask David Millar? How does it feel to throw a bike into a ravine when the chain breaks? When is he running for the UCI presidency? How many nasal strips can you wear before you topple over? Now you CAN! Well, not now – but on Tuesday 11 March between 4 and 4.30pm UK time, he is taking over the Twitter feed of Sharp Europe and will be answering your questions.
Nothing is better than a book – except maybe a cycling book. And here’s one now!
The Monuments by Peter Cossins details the history of the five hardest one-day races in the cycling calendar – Milan–Sanremo, the Tour of Flanders, Paris–Roubaix, Liège–Bastogne–Liège and the Tour of Lombardy. Tales of derring-do abound!
Published by Bloomsbury, paperback RRP £12.99; order it from the publisher’s website and get a 10% discount. Available at all quality bookshops!
“I’d just like to challenge the people asking those questions a little more. Maybe in a more articulate way than two years ago, when I called them all wankers.”
Bradley Wiggins on the people who ask current cyclists about doping. Looking forward to hearing his more articulate answers, especially as Paul Kimmage has tweeted today that in response he has asked for an interview with Sir Bradley.
“I go to the North Pole, they make me a nice ice palace track”
When will Fabian Cancellara make his decision of when and where to go for his Hour Record attempt this year? Rumours were rife last week that it would be 3 August in Mexico. When asked if this was true, the Swiss tease reeled out a quote in the true spirit of Fabianese. “It’s in the air and the stars.”
Click here for VeloNews’s full interview with the man himself.