The Week in Bike #48 – Grossly Disproportionate
A week of big announcements and bigger reactions. Is it the same old story in cycling, or is the UCI successfully threading needle between future expectations and past mistakes? We hope you enjoy Cosmo Catalano’s latest episode of The Week in Bike.
How The Season Was Won 2014
There’s more to cycling than crossing the line first—yes, winning is important, but providing critical team support, functioning well under a variety of racing conditions, and keeping the sport exciting and enjoyable to watch throughout the year are all important, too. After all, cycling’s business structure is built on the idea that people are watching. With that in mind, […]
Pauline Ferrand-Prevot sprints to world championship road race win
Pauline Ferrand-Prevot (France) has capped a breakout road season with a sprint victory in the world championship road race in Spain on Saturday. Ferrand-Prevot was part of a chase group that overhauled an elite four-rider lead group inside the final kilometre, before sprinting to victory ahead of Lisa Brennauer (Germany) and Emma Johansson (Sweden).
In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: John Degenkolb takes his fourth sprint victory on stage 17 of the Vuelta; Michal Kwiatkowski wins Tour of Britain’s fourth stage, moves into overall lead; Rigoberto Uran out of Vuelta and will undergo specialist medical treatment to try to recover for worlds; Robert Gesink leaves […]
Giro Rosa preview
While most of the cycling world’s attention is focused on the Tour de France Grand Depart in Leeds at the moment, the biggest stage race on the elite women’s calendar, the Giro Rosa, is also about to start. Contested over ten stages – a prologue individual time trial and nine road stages – this year’s […]