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The Sufferfest introduces The Suffer Prize in continued support of the UCI Women’s Road World Cup

The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) announced on Friday that The Sufferfest will continue as an official sponsor of the UCI Women’s Road Cup for the 2015 season. A sponsor of the UCI since 2010 and the UCI Women’s Road World Cup since 2014, The Sufferfest has partnered with the UCI to introduce a first-of-its-kind award […]


Cookson: disc brakes might be allowed in some UCI events later this year

Recent reports suggested that disc brakes could make their debut by next season but, according to UCI president Brian Cookson, the new technology may potentially be in the peloton sooner than that. The UCI and others have been weighing up the introduction of new braking systems for some time. Increased stopping power over a variety […]


Thomas seizes victory with solo move in E3 Harelbeke

Having shown his strong early season form in the Volta ao Algarve, Paris-Nice and then in Milan-San Remo, Geraint Thomas capped off a perfect day for his Sky team when he soloed to what is arguably his biggest career success, victory in the E3 Harelbeke race. On a day when team-mate Ben Swift won stage […]


Vertebral fractures confirmed for Cancellara, Classics season over

Fabian Cancellara’s Trek Factory Racing team has confirmed that the Swiss rider has suffered fractures to his back in his crash in Friday’s E3 Harelbeke and, as a result, that his spring Classics campaign is over. Cancellara had made winning the Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix again the prime targets of his season but both […]


Cancellara’s Classic season in question as rider crashes out of E3 Harelbeke

Victim of a big crash which put several riders out of the race, Fabian Cancellara has been forced to retire from the E3 Harelbeke and faces hospital scans to determine the extent of his injuries. His Trek Factory Racing directeur sportif Dirk Demol has said that the Swiss rider will be unable to ride Sunday’s […]


Cookson on motors in bikes: “Our information is this is a very real possibility”

Commenting after the Cycling Independent Reform Commission outlined a real danger that riders are, or could, be using motors in bikes, UCI president Brian Cookson has admitted that this could be the case. The Briton has said that the UCI is taking the matter extremely seriously and warned any teams or riders tempted by the […]


Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Tejay van Garderen wins Volta a Catalunya queen stage, Bart De Clerq moves into yellow; Mirsamad Poorseyedigolakhour wins the Tour of Taiwan, Tino Thomel wins final stage; Paul van der Ploeg wins Tour de Perth opener; Sergio Henao back in action after injury; Cycling Victoria […]


Van Garderen, Porte and Contador react to top three finishes at Catalunya

Each had hoped to end up top dog at the end of the stage, but only one of them was successful in pulling off the win. Tejay van Garderen played things just right on the climb of La Molina, the final ascent on the queen stage of the Volta a Catalunya, and soloed to victory […]


Henao back in action after injury, Wiggins out of E3 Harelbeke

Sidelined since he was hit by a car at the Tour de Suisse last June, Team Sky’s Sergio Henao finally returns to racing on Thursday’s opening stage of the Settimana Coppi e Bartali in Italy. The Colombian rider suffered what were potentially career-ending injuries during his warm-up for the time trial at the Tour de […]


Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Domenico Pozzovivo wins stage 3 of the Volta a Catalunya, Pierre Rolland takes overall lead; Jelle Wallays leads Topsport Vlaanderen 1-2 at Dwaars Door Vlaanderen; Mirsamad Poorseyedigolakhour wins stage 4 at the Tour of Taiwan in Iranian domination; Saxo Bank CEO offers to mediate between […]