A very lucky escape

This girl has a very lucky escape while crossing at a pedestrian crossing. It would appear that she thought the lights were in her favour but it looks like the cars were only stopped due to heavy traffic and the car coming the opposite direction had a green light. If you look closely you will see...

Mark Cavendish rules out using an onboard camera

The use of onboard cameras have provided some great footage from races in recent times, but former World Champion, Mark Cavendish, has ruled out using one on his bike during races. The Manxman won his first race of the season, when he took the honours on the final stage of the Tour de San Luis on Sunday. He said about...

2015 An Post Rás route announced

Unveiling a fast and tactical route which totals almost 1,200 kilometres, the organisers of An Post Rás today launched what could be one of the most suspenseful editions of the race in recent history. Deliberately omitting some of the tough first category climbs that have featured in recent years, the emphasis this time around is on opening up the...

Incredibly emotional week for Olivier Kaisen and Ludivine Henrion

Belgian ex-professional Olivier Kaisen (31) and his wife, the Belgian international Ludivine Henrion (31) suffered a terrible tragedy last Friday when their 15 month old son Jussi died after having been admitted to hospital with an infection of the respiratory tract. The following day, Ludivine gave birth to their daughter Lizzy. A former team mate of Ludivine's, Maaike Polspoel,...

How Bikes Took Over Dublin – The Infographic

This infographic from Paul W Tracey solicitors shows the success of the Dublin Bikes scheme, launched back in 2009, which was a joint venture between JCDecaux and Dublin City Council. It has become one of the most successful bike share schemes in the world. Courtesy of: Tracey Solicitors

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Philip Deignan is set to line up in two Mallorcan races

Team Sky have announced their starters for each of the races that form the Challenge Ciclista a Mallorca. The races will see a number of new signings start their first race for the British team, namely Leopold König, Elia Viviani and Andy Fenn. Philip Deignan is set to start in the Trofeo Serra de Tramuntana this Friday and the Trofeo...

Personalised Race Jerseys for all MTN-Qhubeka Riders – Matt Brammeier to wear ‘I’

All MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung riders are set to wear different letters on the back of their jerseys this year. The intention of the personalised letters is to make it easier to spot where particular MTN-Qhubeka p/b Samsung riders are in the peloton this year. According to a statement from the team, "This innovation, while fun, is also really...

Cyclists to sue Edinburgh council for tram falls

A lawyer is taking City of Edinburgh Council to court on behalf of 60 clients who claim they have fallen off their bikes due to tram tracks. Stewart White, of Thompsons Solicitors Scotland, said the council was responsible for injuries his clients had sustained while riding. The injuries include broken jaws, cheek bones and collarbones as well as a broken...

Mark Cavendish wins final stage of Tour de San Luis

Mark Cavendish (Etixx Quick Step) has won his first race of the season, as he sprinted to victory on the final stage of the Tour de San Luis. After coming close to victory earlier in the week, Cavendish finally got the win. He won the sprint ahead of Fernando Gaviria (Colombian National Team), a two-time stage winner this week, and...

Rookie mistake by Richard Hammond on Top Gear

In the latest edition of Top Gear Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May travel to Russia for an incredible race across the vast and very beautiful urban landscape of St Petersburg. James defends the honour of the car in a very small Renault, Richard tries to prove that pedaling is faster by saddling up on a bicycle,...

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...