Cycling Group Trail Etiquette Reminders After Vs. Assault

A recent assault of cyclist-on-cyclist on the busy Washington and Old Dominion Trail close to Ashburn, Virginia, has a biking advocacy group tell again everyone about appropriate trail etiquette. The assault on Sunday involved two cyclists riding toward each other from opposite sides of the path. At the same time, one cyclist was passing all along the […]

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Cyclist Rammer Gets Three Year Sentence

With the current round of news circulating of collisions between drivers and bikers, there is much concern about bringing the drivers to justice and to increase a general consciousness about being more patient of cyclists on the road. The cycling community will take heart to know that a motorist who had left a cyclist with […]

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NICHOLL – RESTORE CREDIBILITY OR LOSE FUNDING

UK Sport chief executive Liz Nicholl has reached out to British Cycling, asking the body to endeavor it restores its credibility or risk losing funding. This threat came on the heels of investigations into the body, following allegations of doping, bullying and discrimination. The success of the British cycling body so far has been partly […]

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CADEL EVANS ROAD RACE INTRODUCES NEW EVENT.

The Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race has enjoyed a good recognition since its inauguration in 2015. Following the success of the event last year, the organizers have started arranging for the 2017 edition of the race. They confirmed that 13 World Tour teams would feature in next year’s edition of the event. They also […]

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Frank Schleck And His Legal Case

In a recent news it was announced that Leopard AG would pay Frank Schleck about two million as damage payment. The team separated ways with Frank in 2013 as per the Swiss news website. The payment will be made to Schleck and Winfrank GmBH which is his company. CAS’s decision was held up by the […]

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