More onboard footage of Jérémy Roy avoiding crashes

Jérémy Roy Roy (FDJ) has uploaded another video, which once again shows his impressive bike handling skills and also his good luck on the final stage of the Tour Down Under. Using onboard front and rear facing cameras, Roy shows how he manages to swerve out of the way of one crash, and his rear-facing camera shows how he avoided...

New indoor mountain bike simulator

A Norwegian tech start-up company Activetainment recently showcased its ebove B/01 bike, which is essentially an indoor mountain bike simulator, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, It utilises features such as movable handlebars and a gyro wheel that effects bike balance, helping this indoor trainer to replicate a real MTB experience. According to the Activetainment website, the...

LIVE Elite Men’s Cyclo-cross World Cup at Hoogerheide

We have live coverage of the Men’s 2014/15 Cyclo-Cross World Cup on Sunday 25th January. The race in Hoogerheide in the Netherlands is the last of this year’s six events. Coverage is from 14:00 - 15:20 GMT The crowds in Hoogerheide will be looking for strong performances from 20-year-old talents Mathieu van der Poel (BKCP-Powerplus) and Wout Van Aert (Vastgoedservice...

LIVE Elite Women’s Cyclo-cross World Cup at Hoogerheide

We have live coverage of the Women's 2014/15 Cyclo-Cross World Cup on Sunday 25th January. The race in Hoogerheide in the Netherlands is the last of this year’s six events. Coverage is from 12:30 - 13:30 GMT Sanne Cant has a 29 point lead over Katherine Compton and one more over Ellen Van Loy. If 24-year-old Cant can keep...

Watch the highlights of the last stage of the Santos Tour Down Under

Today's final stage of the Tour Down Under consisted of 20 laps of a 4.5 kilometre circuit around King William Road in Adelaide. Starting the stage, Rohan Dennis (BMC) wore the leader's ochre jersey, but Richie Porte (Team Sky) was just two seconds behind. With bonus seconds available on this final stage, it meant it was all to play for.

The Col Collective check out Alpe d’Huez

Mike Cotty from The Col Collective tackles Alpe d'Huez this time. Although not the hardest climb, it is one of the most iconic. A must do for all cyclists at some stage. Below is Mike Cotty's description. If the truth be known I owe a lot to the rockstar ascent that is Alpe d’Huez, along with its equally impressive neighbours...

Watch out for that JCB

We're not sure of the details behind this accident but it shows the danger of drafting or getting to close to a vehicle ahead of you, as they're liable to brake suddenly as this JCB did. http://i.imgur.com/CAmQNBw.gif

The validity of Roman Kreuziger’s lie detector results

Roman Kreuziger has posted a picture of himself on his personal website taking a lie detector test, claiming that results from the test show that he didn't dope. In June 2014, Tinkoff-Saxo announced that Kreuziger was being temporarily suspended from racing after the UCI questioned abnormalities in his biological passport from 2011 and 2012, when he was with the Astana...

Thief stole cyclist’s bike as he lay injured on the road

A cyclist has spoken out about the “disgraceful” thief who stole his £1,700 bike as he lay seriously injured on the road after being hit by a car. Shane Fitzsimons was knocked out and smashed his left arm when he was run down by a 4x4 in Bramley, Yorkshire. Despite a number of witnesses stopping at the scene, his Saracen Ariel...

Watch the final kilometres of Stage 5 of the Santos Tour Down Under

Today's 151 kilometre stage of the Tour Down Under from McLaren Vale to Wilunga Hill was expected to be decisive. The Queen stage would see the riders tackle Willunga Hill twice, and race leader Rohan Dennis (Team BMC) could expect a challenge to his ochre jersey. Tom Dumoulin (Team Giant-Alpecin), Daryl Impey (Orica GreenEdge) and Richie Porte (Team Sky) were...

That Tour Down Under crash from a different angle

Earlier today, we posted the onboard camera footage of the crash at the end of today's stage of the Tour Down Under. It was filmed from the bike of Frenchman Jeremy Roy (FDJ.fr) whereby he somehow managed to avoid going down. Here's the crash filmed from a different angle. In this footage, you can see Roy sneaking through on the...

First Ever Mountain Bike Tsunami Flip

Watch Szymon Godziek make mountain bike history at Red Bull District Ride 2014 by performing the first ever mountain bike tsunami flip. It won him the Best Trick competition at the event in Nuremberg, Germany. Special handlebar attachments were installed on Symon’s bike to stop the bike from hitting him on the back and to signal him to do his...