Featured Video

Behind the scenes with Lotto-Belisol’s rolling kitchen

In this video CyclingTips’ roving reporter Dave Everett learns a bit about Lotto-Belisol’s rolling kitchen at the Tour de France.

0

Adam Hansen’s Tour de France Diary: Part one

Dave Everett caught up with Lotto-Belisol’s Adam Hansen ahead of the Tour de France.

2

Interview with Allan Peiper: Tejay van Garderen’s chances at the 2014 Tour

Dave Everett caught up with BMC’s Performance Director Allan Peiper ahead of the Tour de France, to talk about Tejay van Garderen’s prospects in the race, the opening stages of the race, and his own memories of racing in the UK.

0

Horace and the rough stuff fellowship

The stuff you’ll find here on CyclingTips is typically about road cycling, however anything on two wheels that captures the imagination is what we’re about. Horace and the Rough Stuff Fellowship is one of those stories that will certainly inspire you. 1933 | Horace Dall The engineer and astronomer from England loved solitude. When Europe […]

3

For the love of mud teaser

Benedict Campbell, who spent twenty years working as a photographer in the advertising industry, has released the second teaser of his cyclocross film called “For the Love of Mud”. You can see his first trailer here. No word on when the film is to be released, but we’ll keep you posted.

3

Inside the bunch sprint

If you need to be convinced that bike-mounted cameras will make pro cycling more entertaining than it already is, check out this video. It’s the best illustration we’ve ever seen of just how hectic it gets inside the peloton in the dying stages of a bike race. Breathtaking stuff.

3

How to hold your position in a bunch

Bunch positioning is essential to get right if you’re going to be competitive in any race. In this video, GCN’s Matt Stephens gives you some tips on how to be and stay perfectly placed.

0

How the race was won: Criterium du Dauphine

Andrew Talansky (Garmin-Sharp) won the 2014 Criterium du Dauphine after eight days of consistent riding and after getting himself in a race-defining breakaway on the final stage. The 25-year-old American never dropped lower than fourth on the general classification and after moving up to third on the penultimate stage, it was on the final day […]

3

How To Sprint

Read more about training your sprint strength, technique, and tactics in these articles: Fine tuning your sprint Common sprinting mistakes The final corner Old Sprinter’s Trick – Drop The Wheel Anatomy of a leadout train

0

How to set up a breakaway

The early breakaway is often the one that makes it all the way to the finish of the race. Judging the right moment to breakaway takes experience, but once you’re there, being off the front of the race is one of the greatest rushes in road racing.

0