Today the Amy Gillett Foundation announced that Victoria’s Lizzie Williams has become the ninth winner of the Amy Gillett Cycling Scholarship, an honour which includes two months of racing in Europe with the national team. CyclingTips editor Matt de Neef caught up with Lizzie to find out more about her journey back to the sport […]
While Caleb Ewan might get most of the attention when it comes to the Jayco-AIS World Tour Academy Team, he is just one of many exciting riders on the squad. Another promising talent is West Australian Robert Power. CyclingTips editor Matt de Neef caught up with Rob at the Tour d’Azerbaidjan where the 19-year-old was […]
Former Tour de France green jersey wearer Djamolidine Abdoujaparov was a guest of honour Tour d’Azerbaidjan and CyclingTips’ editor Matt de Neef had a chance to sit down with the man affectionately known as ‘The Tashkent Terror’ to get his thoughts on the sprinters of today and what he’s now up to.
Dave Everett has a chat with Irish-born Dane Chris Juul Jensen (Tinkoff-Saxo) in Belfast before the TTT on stage 1. More about Chris Juul Jensen: The Irish-born Dane lived his first 16 years in Ireland where he spent hours and hours climbing the steep slopes on his mountain bike. However, the 22-year-old talent made an […]
When you cast your eye down the list of Tour de France winners in the past ten years, some names stand out far more than others. Lance Armstrong – before his titles were taken from him anyway – Alberto Contador and, for Australians, Cadel Evans, are all big names. But one rider that doesn’t rate […]
Ireland’s Dan Martin will start the Giro d’Italia on Friday gunning for a top performance in the first edition of the race to start outside the European mainland. Cheered on by home fans, he has three goals in the event; the first is to take the pink jersey in the team time trial, although he […]