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Mont Ventoux summit finish for new one-day race

Joe Robinson 23 Jul 2018 Scheduled for June 2019, this new one-day race will give climbers a chance of glory The likes of Chris Froome (Team Sky) and Nairo Quintana (Movistar) may finally have a one-day race to look forward thanks to a brand new event that finishes at the summit of Mont Ventoux.  According to reports in French newspaper LEquipe, the race will be UCI 1.1 ranked, starting in Vaison-la-Romaine and finishing at the top of Ventoux. It is rumo...


Why are amateur cyclists taking performance-enhancing drugs?

Peter Stuart 23 Jul 2018 More and more amateur cyclists are being caught using PEDs – sometimes risking their health for nothing more than a medal Imagine you’re at a cycling race. Imagine you’ve signed on at the local town hall and handed over your Ł5 deposit for a number to stick on your back. Imagine that it’s a time trial, meaning it’s on open roads against the clock, so that everyone gets a result and all ages and abilities can participate. Imagine ...


Dimension Data to ride BMC bikes from next season

Joe Robinson 23 Jul 2018 Swiss bike brand moves across to Dimension Data after stopping primary sponsorship of own team Dimension Data have announced that they will ride BMC bikes for the 2019 season, signing a three-year deal with the Swiss manufacturer.  BMC bikes will remain in the WorldTour peloton despite the company stepping down as primary sponsor of its own team, BMC Racing. After the passing of BMC founder Andy Rihs earlier this year, speculatio...


Gianni Moscon ejected for Tour de France for violent conduct

Joe Robinson 23 Jul 2018 Team Sky rider caught striking rival on camera and now faces fight to keep Team Sky contract Gianni Moscon (Team Sky) has been disqualified from the Tour de France after he was seen striking Elie Gesbert of Fortuneo-Samsic at the beginning of Stage 15 from Millau to Carcassonne. The race jury reviewed footage of the incident after the stage, which appeared to show the Italian reaching back and throwing his hand towards the face o...


Tour de France 2018: Astana make it two in a row on Stage 15

Pete Muir 22 Jul 2018 Magnus Cort Nielsen takes a three-way sprint after a frenetic stage Team Astana made it two wins in two days as Danish sprinter Magnus Cort Nielsen outgunned his two rivals, Bauke Mollema (Trek-Segafredo) and Ion Izagirre Insausti (Bahrain-Merida) in the final stages of Stage 15. The three managed to escape from a break of eight on the flat final run-in, after a rolling day of attacks and chases. The GC contenders were content to al...


Tour de France 2018: Astana's Omar Fraile wins hilly Stage 14

James Spender 21 Jul 2018 Astana rider Omar Fraile takes biggest win of his career, no change in GC A hilly Stage 14 saw echelons, a massive 32-man break and the GC contenders content to duke it out in their own race some 20 minutes back. But a savage last climb followed by a 1.6km flat sprint saw Omar Fraile (Astana) take the stage win. How the race unfolded  Stage 14, two-thirds down, a third to go. The finish was flat – an airport runway no less – but...


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Mont Ventoux summit finish for new one-day race

Joe Robinson 23 Jul 2018 Scheduled for June 2019, this new one-day race will give climbers a chance of glory The likes of Chris Froome (Team Sky) and Nairo Quintana (Movistar) may finally have a one-day race to look forward thanks to a brand new event that finishes at the summit of Mont Ventoux.  According to reports in French newspaper LEquipe, the race will be UCI 1.1 ranked, starting in Vaison-la-Romaine and finishing at the top of Ventoux. It is rumo...


Why are amateur cyclists taking performance-enhancing drugs?

Peter Stuart 23 Jul 2018 More and more amateur cyclists are being caught using PEDs – sometimes risking their health for nothing more than a medal Imagine you’re at a cycling race. Imagine you’ve signed on at the local town hall and handed over your Ł5 deposit for a number to stick on your back. Imagine that it’s a time trial, meaning it’s on open roads against the clock, so that everyone gets a result and all ages and abilities can participate. Imagine ...


Dimension Data to ride BMC bikes from next season

Joe Robinson 23 Jul 2018 Swiss bike brand moves across to Dimension Data after stopping primary sponsorship of own team Dimension Data have announced that they will ride BMC bikes for the 2019 season, signing a three-year deal with the Swiss manufacturer.  BMC bikes will remain in the WorldTour peloton despite the company stepping down as primary sponsor of its own team, BMC Racing. After the passing of BMC founder Andy Rihs earlier this year, speculatio...


Gianni Moscon ejected for Tour de France for violent conduct

Joe Robinson 23 Jul 2018 Team Sky rider caught striking rival on camera and now faces fight to keep Team Sky contract Gianni Moscon (Team Sky) has been disqualified from the Tour de France after he was seen striking Elie Gesbert of Fortuneo-Samsic at the beginning of Stage 15 from Millau to Carcassonne. The race jury reviewed footage of the incident after the stage, which appeared to show the Italian reaching back and throwing his hand towards the face o...


Tour de France 2018: Astana make it two in a row on Stage 15

Pete Muir 22 Jul 2018 Magnus Cort Nielsen takes a three-way sprint after a frenetic stage Team Astana made it two wins in two days as Danish sprinter Magnus Cort Nielsen outgunned his two rivals, Bauke Mollema (Trek-Segafredo) and Ion Izagirre Insausti (Bahrain-Merida) in the final stages of Stage 15. The three managed to escape from a break of eight on the flat final run-in, after a rolling day of attacks and chases. The GC contenders were content to al...


Tour de France 2018: Astana's Omar Fraile wins hilly Stage 14

James Spender 21 Jul 2018 Astana rider Omar Fraile takes biggest win of his career, no change in GC A hilly Stage 14 saw echelons, a massive 32-man break and the GC contenders content to duke it out in their own race some 20 minutes back. But a savage last climb followed by a 1.6km flat sprint saw Omar Fraile (Astana) take the stage win. How the race unfolded  Stage 14, two-thirds down, a third to go. The finish was flat – an airport runway no less – but...


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