Bradley Wiggins

Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Ben Hermans wins Brabantse Pijl; Kreuziger to ride Amstel Gold Race and Liège despite pending CAS case; Bradley Wiggins schedules hour record attempt for June 7; Q&A with Peter Sagan; Q&A with U23 Tour of Flanders winner, Alex Edmondson; Drapac among teams announced for the […]


Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the Daily New Digest: Tour of Turkey and Giro d’Italia for Boonen as Belgian returns to racing, Cavendish also for Turkey; Kreuziger’s CAS hearings in UCI/WADA cases to begin in June; UCI confirms disc brakes to debut in peloton this August; Armstrong to come out of retirement for second time; […]


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In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Degenkolb – “I am definitely targeting the world championship”; Degenkolb on Roubaix success – “Now was the moment…all or nothing”; UCI to investigate Paris-Roubaix train incident and Pais Vasco crash; French railway seeks legal action against Roubaix riders; How the Race was Won – Paris-Roubaix; […]


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In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Felline wins stage two of the Tour of the Basque Country; Bouhanni wins stage one of Circuit Cycliste Sarthe; Wiggins: “There is always a fairy tale with Paris-Roubaix”; North American pro team body ANAPRC protests dangerous conditions at Tour of the Basque Country; Thomas: I […]


Wiggins: “There is always a fairy tale with Paris-Roubaix”

Although he will continue on with the new self-titled Continental squad, focussing mainly on the track plus the world hour record, Bradley Wiggins’ road career is essentially winding down and may have just days left to run. The former Tour de France winner will don a Team Sky jersey for the final time for Sunday’s […]


Kelly: What makes a Classics winner, plus the challengers this year

He’s one of the most successful riders of all time with numerous wins to his credit, including two editions each of Paris-Roubaix, Milan-San Remo and Liège-Bastogne-Liège and three of the Tour of Lombardy. Sean Kelly has huge experience of taking the top one day races, and CyclingTips spoke to him about what is needed to […]


Wiggins: Winning Roubaix would be more enjoyable than taking the Tour

Three years after he won the Tour de France, Bradley Wiggins has said that he will get greater satisfaction from a victory in Paris-Roubaix were he to hit the line first in the famous velodrome on Sunday week. Speaking to the press in advance of this Sunday’s Tour of Flanders, the Team Sky rider made […]


Thomas on being a favourite for Tour of Flanders: “It is massive, flattering”

Victorious in the recent E3 Harekbeke race and third in Gent-Wevelgem, Geraint Thomas is regarded by some as perhaps the biggest favourite for Sunday’s Tour of Flanders. The 28 year old Welshman is aware of that status, but appeared quite relaxed at the Team Sky pre-race press meeting held at the team hotel in Kortrijk, […]


Interview with Bradley Wiggins (Video)

Driedaagse De Panne concluded on Thursday afternoon with a 14.2km individual time trial, which was won by world time trial champion Bradley Wiggins in his last ITT in Team Sky colours. After the race he spoke with journalists about his win, his 14 year career, and the team’s chances at Flanders this Sunday. Bradley Wiggins, […]


Daily News Digest

In this Good Friday edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Alexander Kristoff wins Driedaagse De Panne, Bradley Wiggins claims final stage; 2015 Criterium du Dauphine route announced; Chris Horner to race the Tour d’Azerbaidjan; How to enter the #BBBSpringClassic competition; 150km Arctic MTB Race; Helicopter causes crash in Chinese amateur race; Jesper Skibby gets […]