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Giro d'Italia Stage 19: Froome goes long to take stage and pink jersey

Joe Robinson 25 May 2018 A spectacular solo effort sees the top 10 completely change as pink hands over from one Brit to another Chris Froome (Team Sky) rode a stage that will go down into history as he attacked solo with over 70km to go, taking Stage 19 of the Giro dItalia to the Jafferau and overturning a 3 minute deficit to ride into the pink jersey. After his chances of victory were discounted by many, Froome turned around a difficult first two weeks...


E-bikes to be subject to insurance under new European law

Joe Robinson 25 May 2018 The rise of the e-bike could stall as new law enforces third-party insurance The rapid growth of e-bikes across Europe could be set to stall after it was announced today by the European Commission that all e-bike riders without third-party insurance will in fact be riding illegally.  The decision by the European Commission would encompass all motor-assisted bikes, including those with the smallest motors, as part of reforms to i...


Giro d'Italia 2018: Maximilian Schachmann triumphs on Stage 18 while Simon Yates loses time

Sam Challis 24 May 2018 Maximilian Schachmann proves the strongest on Stage 18's uphill finish as Simon Yates cedes 28 seconds Maximilian Schachmann (Quick-Step Floors) wins Stage 18 of the 2018 Giro dItalia from a day-long breakaway that was thinned by repeated attacks on the final climb up to Prato Nevoso. Most of todays 196km stage was always going to be a sedate affair considering its denouement - the 14km, 6.9% climb up to Prato Nevoso, so most...


Giro d'Italia 2018: Route, riders and all you need to know

Cyclist magazine 24 May 2018 Key information about the 2018 Giro d'Italia men's race from Friday 4th to Sunday 27th May Giro dItalia 2018: key information Dates: Friday 4th to Sunday 27th May 2018  Start: 5th May, Israel  Finish: 27th May, Milan, Italy Countries visited: Israel, Italy  UK television coverage: Eurosport  Defending champion: Tom Dumoulin The 2018 Giro dItalia route has been confirmed at a presentation in Milan. Some of the stages...


World of tomorrow: The future of cycling as transport

Peter Stuart 23 May 2018 How will changes in infrastructure, technology and law affect riders in the ongoing battle for road space There was a time in the 1960s when we had the future all worked out. Elevated highways would allow space-age cars to whiz around our cities at 120mph, while pedestrians would be transported on a system of escalators. There wouldn’t be a cyclist in sight. Movie-makers, architects and policy makers all had a similar vision of t...


Cotswolds sportive to be held in honour of the late Sharon Laws

Joe Robinson 23 May 2018 Stage of women's Tour of Britain to also be held in memory of rider as it pasts through the Cotswolds Sharon Lawss childhood school, The Cotswold School, will hold its first sportive this July in memory of the late rider who lost her battle with cancer last year.  Named the Sharon Laws Sportive, the celebration will tackle a 43 mile route - a mile for each year of her life - raising money for both Jos Cervical Cancer Trust a...


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Giro d'Italia Stage 19: Froome goes long to take stage and pink jersey

Joe Robinson 25 May 2018 A spectacular solo effort sees the top 10 completely change as pink hands over from one Brit to another Chris Froome (Team Sky) rode a stage that will go down into history as he attacked solo with over 70km to go, taking Stage 19 of the Giro dItalia to the Jafferau and overturning a 3 minute deficit to ride into the pink jersey. After his chances of victory were discounted by many, Froome turned around a difficult first two weeks...


E-bikes to be subject to insurance under new European law

Joe Robinson 25 May 2018 The rise of the e-bike could stall as new law enforces third-party insurance The rapid growth of e-bikes across Europe could be set to stall after it was announced today by the European Commission that all e-bike riders without third-party insurance will in fact be riding illegally.  The decision by the European Commission would encompass all motor-assisted bikes, including those with the smallest motors, as part of reforms to i...


Giro d'Italia 2018: Maximilian Schachmann triumphs on Stage 18 while Simon Yates loses time

Sam Challis 24 May 2018 Maximilian Schachmann proves the strongest on Stage 18's uphill finish as Simon Yates cedes 28 seconds Maximilian Schachmann (Quick-Step Floors) wins Stage 18 of the 2018 Giro dItalia from a day-long breakaway that was thinned by repeated attacks on the final climb up to Prato Nevoso. Most of todays 196km stage was always going to be a sedate affair considering its denouement - the 14km, 6.9% climb up to Prato Nevoso, so most...


Giro d'Italia 2018: Route, riders and all you need to know

Cyclist magazine 24 May 2018 Key information about the 2018 Giro d'Italia men's race from Friday 4th to Sunday 27th May Giro dItalia 2018: key information Dates: Friday 4th to Sunday 27th May 2018  Start: 5th May, Israel  Finish: 27th May, Milan, Italy Countries visited: Israel, Italy  UK television coverage: Eurosport  Defending champion: Tom Dumoulin The 2018 Giro dItalia route has been confirmed at a presentation in Milan. Some of the stages...


World of tomorrow: The future of cycling as transport

Peter Stuart 23 May 2018 How will changes in infrastructure, technology and law affect riders in the ongoing battle for road space There was a time in the 1960s when we had the future all worked out. Elevated highways would allow space-age cars to whiz around our cities at 120mph, while pedestrians would be transported on a system of escalators. There wouldn’t be a cyclist in sight. Movie-makers, architects and policy makers all had a similar vision of t...


Cotswolds sportive to be held in honour of the late Sharon Laws

Joe Robinson 23 May 2018 Stage of women's Tour of Britain to also be held in memory of rider as it pasts through the Cotswolds Sharon Lawss childhood school, The Cotswold School, will hold its first sportive this July in memory of the late rider who lost her battle with cancer last year.  Named the Sharon Laws Sportive, the celebration will tackle a 43 mile route - a mile for each year of her life - raising money for both Jos Cervical Cancer Trust a...


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