Eduardo Sepúlveda to debut for Movistar at home in San Juan

Eduardo Sepúlveda is set to make his debut for Movistar Team at his home race, the Vuelta a San Juan Internacional. The Argentinean who signed from Fortuneo-Oscaro has performed well at San Juan previously having finished 11th overall last year riding for his national team. He has also performed well in the past on home roads at the Tour de...

Philippe Gilbert aiming for Milan-San Remo and Paris-Roubaix

After an incredible 2017 season, where he took victory in the Tour of Flanders, Amstel Gold and the overall at the Driedaagse De Panne-Koksijde, Philippe Gilbert has stated that he will focus on different targets this season. “Flanders was a beautiful moment, but now is a thing of the past," said Gilbert. "It’s a new season with new goals, I...

The Col Collective take on the Col de Pailhères (VIDEO)

The latest video from Mike Cotty of The Col Collective sees him take on a climb which was only used for the first time in the Tour de France in 2003, but since then has been used another four times. It was most recently used in 2013 on the eighth stage when Nairo Quintana was first over the summit. Below...

Bob Jungels to focus on the Tour de France in 2018

Since joining Quick-Step Floors, Bob Jungels has excelled at the Giro d'Italia, twice winning the best young rider jersey at the Italian Grand Tour. In addition, he also won a stage in 2017. This year however, the 25-year-old has decided to focus on the Tour de France instead, where he’ll make his first outing since 2015. “We took the decision to...

The BIG BIG Quiz. How much do you remember of the 2017 Road Season?

How well do you know what happened during the 2017 Road season. If you have read our news articles during the year you should be able to get most of these correct. Hit the button below to get started. Note: There are no clues in the photos!  18 questions in total and you only get one chance to pick your answer so...

“I want to learn from riders like Froomey and Kwiato” – Egan Bernal

One of the most exciting prospects in cycling, Egan Bernal, is amongst the new signings for Team Sky and the Colombian rider has explained why he was drawn to the team. “Because I think it is the best team," he says. "We have a lot of big riders and it’s a good place to learn and get experience. It’s the...

4×4 Close pass on cyclist followed by a brake check – NSFW Language

While approaching roadworks this cyclist checked over his shoulder to make sure it was clear behind him and then pulled into the right lane to safely pass the roadworks. He wasn't counting on the 4x4 behind passing at speed and within inches of hitting him. The vehicle was so close the cyclist was able to hit the side of...

2018 Tour de France wildcard teams announced

The organisers of the Tour de France have announced the wildcard teams that will line up alongside the eighteen WorldTour teams in the 105th edition of the race. The French teams Cofidis, Solutions Crédits, Direct Energie and Team Fortuneo-Samsic have been selected along with Belgian team Wanty – Groupe Gobert. Amongst the teams missing out are Aqua Blue Sport, Delko-Marseille Provence...

Neo-pros to debut for Team Sky at Santos Tour Down Under

Neo-pros Kristoffer Halvorsen and Chris Lawless will make their first appearances as Team Sky riders at the Tour Down Under which starts on January 16. The duo will line up alongside another new signing Egan Bernal, who will target the general classification during the six-day WorldTour event. Halvorsen will have strong leadout support from Brits Jon Dibben and Owain Doull,...

FiftyOne Cycles create customised bike for former Irish champion Dr. Julian Dalby

Irish frame builder FiftyOne Cycles were recently approached by former Irish international Dr. Julian Dalby, who was looking for a new bike and the Dubliner has stated that he is considering making a comeback. Dalby was one of the most recognisable cyclists on the Irish domestic scene in the 80s and 90s and won the 1990 Irish Championships in Waterford...

Why cycling is much more than a sport in Colombia (VIDEO)

The BBC have produced a radio documentary on the passion for cycling in Colombia. 'The Flying Colombians' tells the background of the Vuelta a Colombia and how the race captured the imagination of the public. Alongside the radio documentary, a short video has also been produced on the topic, which describes the early years of the Vuelta a Colombia. The video...

Archive footage of the 1986 Kelloggs City Centre races in Dublin and Cork (VIDEO)

In 1983, a new exciting series of bike races started in the U.K. and the following year the series would expand across the Irish Sea. The Kelloggs Channel 4 City Centre Cycling Championship was the brainchild of Alan Rushton and that first series consisted of five races in Bristol, Nottingham, Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham. Races would take place over the next...