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Cycling Ireland looking to recruit Paracycling tandem pilots

Cycling Ireland are looking to recruit experienced male and female cyclists for tandem piloting for paracycling. Paracycling is one of Irelands most decorated and successful High Performance Sports Programmes, achieving considerable success in both the 2012 London and 2016 Rio Paralympic Games and the tandem element of the programme has produced some amazing pairings and impressive results in the...

Joseph Areruya takes overall win in La Tropicale Amissa Bongo (VIDEO)

Joseph Areruya (Rwanda) took the biggest win of his career in Gabon yesterday when he won the La Tropicale Amissa Bongo (2.1) overall. In doing so, he became the first Rwandan rider to win a 2.1 race. Areruya, who rides for the Dimension Data for Qhubeka Continental team, finished safely in the bunch on the 140-kilometre seventh stage from Bikélé...

Fernando Gaviria wins opening stage of the Vuelta a San Juan

For the fourth straight year, Fernando Gaviria (Quick-Step Floors) has started his season with a victory in Argentina, nabbing a commanding win in Pocito, where the first stage of the 36th edition of the Vuelta a San Juan concluded. It was in Argentina where he began making a name for himself back in 2015, when the two wins he scored...

Two Top Tens for Ireland on Final Day of Final World Cup

Felix English and Robyn Stewart both finished in the top ten on the final day of racing at the Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup today. Felix English finished sixth in the Omnium, and Robyn Stewart made a strong World Cup debut in the Keirin, finishing ninth in what was the final Track World Cup this season. A strong fourth...

The Col Collective on the Cormet de Roselend (VIDEO)

The latest video from Mike Cotty of The Col Collective sees him take on the 1,967-metre Cormet de Roselend, a climb which was used for the first time in the Tour de France in 1979. Henk Lubberding was the first rider over the summit in that year's race. Since then, the climb in the Savoie Department in the Alps has been...

Peter Sagan wins points jersey at the Santos Tour Down Under

Following on from his victory on stage 4 of the race, UCI World Champion Peter Sagan (Bora-hansgrohe) went into today's final stage hoping to double his tally. However, he had to settle for third behind Andre Greipel (Lotto-Soudal) and Caleb Ewan (Mitchellon-SCOTT). His stage placing though was enough to see him crowned as the winner of the points contest...

Daryl Impey secures overall title at the Santos Tour Down Under (VIDEO)

33-year-old Daryl Impey today became the first South African to win the Santos Tour Down Under. The Mitchellton-SCOTT rider finished safely in the bunch on the final stage in Adelaide to capture the win. Impey started the final stage on the same time as Richie Porte (BMC Racing) and he just needed to finish safely in the bunch to ensure...

Wild card teams announced for 2018 Giro d’Italia

RCS Sport announced today its selection of four wild card teams that will participate at the Giro d'Italia alongside the eighteen eligible WorldTour teams. Italian teams Androni Giocattoli-Sidermex, Bardiani CSF and Wilier Triestina - Selle Italia alongside Israel Cycling Academy are the four teams offered the wildcard entries. The Giro starts on 4 May in Jerusalem with a 9.7-kilometre individual...

Danny MacAskill takes to the streets of Düsseldorf (VIDEO)

Red Bull this week posted a video of Scottish trials cyclist Danny MacAskill showing off his skills in Düsseldorf, one of the cities included in the Drop n Roll Tour. The footage below from his session in the German city was filmed by fellow trials cyclist Ali Clarkson.

Richie Porte wins on Willunga Hill as Daryl Impey takes overall lead (VIDEO)

Richie Porte (BMC Racing) took his fifth consecutive win on Willunga Hill on today's fifth stage of the Santos Tour Down Under as Daryl Impey (Mitchelton-Scott) took the overall lead. Porte now sits in second overall on the same time as the new race leader. Going into the stage, Porte was among 32 riders within 14 seconds of race leader...

Philip Deignan looking to support Chris Froome at the Giro d’Italia

Philip Deignan is starting his fifth season with Team Sky and the Irishman will be looking to support Chris Froome's attempt at winning the Giro d'Italia. He is set to start his season in Mallorca next week. Since joining the team, Deignan has ridden in a support role for the team and last year helped Sergio Henao to victory at...

Peter Sagan takes stage 4 win and GC lead at Santos Tour Down Under

BORA-hansgrohe had an excellent day at the Santos Tour Down Under today as Peter Sagan won the fourth stage and moves into the GC lead and Jay McCarthy climbs to third overall. It was an altogether more hilly affair on today’s stage. After the previous three stages had given the advantage to the sprinters, today’s route was one that the...