Chasing the Ronde
Most of you have probably never chased a bike race before trying to bring home the best photographs you can which will ultimately put food on the table. It can be quite the adrenaline rush in a race like the Tour of Flanders, but also extremely tricky and exhausting. Jered Gruber tells the story of […]
Reflections From The Semi-Classics
With the first major part of the season completed it’s now a good time to reflect on everything that’s happened. I’ve put together a photographic recap of the Semi-Classics from a selection of images by Kristof Ramon.
Ghent Cycling Culture
I was once told that Ghent is the center of the cycling universe, but Melbourne is slowly taking over. While this is certainly debatable I’ve spent the last three weeks in Ghent and I cannot help but notice the immense cycling culture that exists here. Gregor Brown has spent a lot of time in Ghent […]
News Shorts – 11th April, 2012
Last week’s headlines in Pro Cycling news and what’s coming up… Boonen puts his stamp on cycling; Classics stats; Monsieur Paris-Roubaix?; Spectacular season; A convincing win; What was Pozzato thinking?; Mads Schmidt; Guesdon retires; Sánchez wins País Vasco; Ardennes Classics; Durbridge wins Sarthe;
News Shorts – Feb 22, 2012
Cycling is edging its way into the classics season with the Trofeo Laigueglia last weekend and Omloop Het Nieuwsblad this Saturday in Belgium. Smaller stage races still occupied the calendar, where Aussies and Brits are controlling affairs.