Cross Talk with Sven Nys Part II

This is the second part of the interview with Sven Nys after Cross Vegas. In this video he talks about how he got into cycling. Get the popcorn in as this one is 20 minutes long. Click here to watch the video

Madness – Drafting Behind a Truck at 124 km/h

This video was made by a Brazilian guy named Portela on a road near Curitiba, Paraná - Brazil. He used a GoPro camera which he placed on the back of the truck. The speed is incredible.

SRAM announces new 11 speed 11-36 cassette

Is this the perfect cassette for cyclocross? With an 11-36 spread over 11 gears we think it might just be the perfect 1/11 combo for cross. New PowerGlide 1170 11-36 Cassette Opens New Horizons for 1X11 The new PowerGlide 1170 11-36 Cassette expands riding possibilities of SRAM 1X™ Force CX1 drivetrains. The new cassette provides riders using the SRAM Force...

Is A Rough Ride Ireland’s Greatest Sports Book?

The Irish Examiner have listed what they consider to be the greatest Irish sports books, and A Rough Ride by Paul Kimmage comes out on top. The book was published in 1990 shortly after the Dubliner retired as a professional cyclist. In it, Kimmage lifts the lid on doping in cycling, and explained how he came to try amphetamines himself....

Helen Wyman has written an inspirational letter to up-and-coming British cyclocross racers

Top British cyclocross rider Helen Wyman has written an inspirational open letter to up-and-coming British cyclocross racers. In it, she explains how life has changed for her since becoming involved in the sport, and that it may offer better opportunities than the track. Below is an excerpt from the letter, and you can read the full blog post here: Dear...

Alan McCormack and the Coors Classic – Part I

Dubliner Alan McCormack took an unconventional route in his professional cycling career, whereby he made it big in the US, rather than the normal route of racing in continental Europe. Although he had spent some time racing on the continent, including finishing the Vuelta, it was his move to the US which kick started his career in the eighties. The biggest...

“I have never tested positive for doping” – Roman Kreuziger

Roman Kreuziger (Tinkoff-Saxo) has published some of his biological passport data in a bid to help his defense in advance of his CAS hearing. The data is from between 2007 and 2013. In his open letter he states amongst other things, “I have never tested positive for doping. Despite this for a year and a half now I have been...

And the winner is……..

Congratulations Niall Tierney in the UK. You are the winner in our competition to win 16 vintage cycling magazines. Happy reading!

McConvey and Sadler join up with new team mates on first Team 3M training camp

Connor McConvey and Jack Sadler have joined up with their new Team 3M team mates for their first training camp in preparation for the 2015 season. McConvey moves to the team from the Synergy-Baku, whilst Sadler joins from Rapha Condor JLT. They met with their new team mates for the training camp in Belgium. This gave them the opportunity to...

Prix Citron – The Tour de France award that wasn’t stripped from Lance Armstrong

Despite having been stripped of his seven Tour de France titles, to the best of our knowledge, Lance Armstrong still retains some of his wins from those Tours, namely the Prix Citron. The Prix Citron is a brilliant award given by journalists to the least likable cyclist of that year's race. Amongst the winners in the past have been Laurent...

Hors Category

This is a really nicely shot video from the Pyrenees produced by Shoot and Ride. Watch as the riders tackle the Col de Peyresourde, Superbagneres and the Port of Balés. Hors Catégory from Shoot and Ride on Vimeo.

Taylor Phinney – The Big Interview Part 2

Here's the second part of the interview conducted by the guys at InCycle TV with Taylor Phinney earlier this year.