Bike 1 – Car 0 (With video this time)

A man on a bicycle in Brazil cycled into the back of a parked car on one of the busy streets. The biker didn't seem to be really hurt and neither did his bike seem that damaged but the car was left in bits after the entire back crumpled after he hit it.

In case you missed the CIRC report, here it is

The report from Cycling Independent Reform Commission (CIRC) was released yesterday, and it made for interesting reading. The CIRC’s Terms of Reference were to investigate “the causes of the pattern of doping that developed within cycling and allegations which implicate the UCI and other governing bodies and officials over ineffective investigation of such practices”. During its investigation, the CIRC undertook...

Philip Deignan avoids injury in crash in yesterday’s Tour de Langkawi

A late crash in yesterday's stage of the Tour de Langkawi halted Team Sky’s chances of contesting the victory with Andrea Guardini once again emerging triumphant. Philip Deignan, Nathan Earle and Danny Pate were all involved in a large tumble in the last kilometre. Guardini (Astana) held off late surges from Caleb Ewan (Orica-GreenEdge) and Jakub Mareczko (Southeast) to seal the...

Tom Boonen out of Classics as he crashes in Paris-Nice (VIDEO)

There was bad news for Tom Boonen (Etixx QuickStep) yesterday as he crashed out of Paris-Nice with about 18km of the stage remaining. He touched wheels with the bike in front of him and fell to the ground. It later emerged that Boonen had dislocated his left shoulder and will need three to six weeks to recover. Team doctor Yvan van...

We all love cycling

But this guys sums it up the best with this great video about cycling and what he gets out of it.

Making the ICE bike

If you haven't seen a Colin Furze video before take a look as they are very entertaining. In this video he shows us how to make ice wheels for your bike! The excitment. In the second video he takes his ice bike out on a test ride to put it through its paces.

Watch highlights of Strade Bianche Donne

The inaugural Women's Strade Bianche took place over the weekend with the riders facing 103 kilometres, The riders faced five sectors of dirt roads, totalling 17 kilometres. Megan Guarnier of Boels-Dolman won the race after a solo attack. Team mate Lizzie Armitstead was second with Elisa Longo Borghini (Wiggle Honda) taking third. The short steep climbs and strong winds combined...

Groningen: The World’s Cycling City

It's no secret that just about anywhere you go in the Netherlands is an incredible place to cycle. And in Groningen, a northern city with a population of 190,000 and a bike mode share of 50 percent, the cycling is as comfortable as in any city on Earth. The sheer number of people riding at any one time will...

“McQuaid’s actions were intended to prevent the truth about Armstrong’s doping” Travis Tygart

The USADA CEO Travis T. Tygart has release a statement on the Cycling Independent Reform Commission Report. This is the statement below.   “We welcome the report of the Cycling Independent Reform Commission (CIRC) initiated by new UCI President Brian Cookson to address revelations of widespread doping and allegations of UCI’s complicity in allowing this fraudulent culture to persist. “The Report confirms...

A day in the life of Sean Downey

Such a talent and so humble. Experience a day in the life of Irish rider Sean Downey on the second day of Driedaagse Van West-Vlaanderen. Not his best day in the saddle but his upbeat attitude is refreshing. Looking forward to more videos from him in the season ahead.

Half The Road: The passion, pitfalls & power of women’s professional cycling (TRAILER)

Half The Road, the superb but enraging documentary about inequities in professional cycling, is being screened in Manchester as part of International Women’s Day celebrations. A 2013 survey undertaken by the Women’s Cycling Association showed that 50% of female pro cyclists earn $3,000 (£1969) or less per year. This statistic is from Half The Road, the documentary by Kathryn Bertine. The...

Watch the last 10 kilometres of Strade Bianche

Strade Bianche was only run for the first time in 2007, but has quickly established itself as an iconic race. The 200km route starts in San Gimignano and finishes after a steep climb in the narrow streets of the centre of Siena. The race features ten sections of gravel roads, for a total of over 50km. Last year's race was won...