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In search of up: Reaching for Everest together

Several weeks ago, Simone Giuliani shared with you the story of the mass everesting event organised by Hells500. Twenty two women spent 20 hours doing repeated climbs and descents of Mt Donna Buang near Melbourne in attempt to complete an Everesting – cycling multiple laps of one climb to achieve a vertical ascent equal to […]

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The Week in Bike #52 – Scaling Up

It’s tricky to pick teams for the year’s biggest event before you’ve even seen them race. And sometimes it takes a strong result to secure the contract you want. But the toughest challenge of all might just be scaling up without losing your current user base. We hope you enjoy Cosmo Catalano’s latest episode of The Week in Bike.

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Rocacorba Daily

In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: Hannah Barnes takes back-to-back stage wins at the Tour Femenino de San Luis; No change to Santos Tour Down Under routes following bushfires; Wiggins’ path to Paris-Roubaix and Sky swansong outlined; Vincenzo Nibali reveals race schedule for 2015; Unzue – Andorra is the hardest Vuelta […]

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Rocacorba Daily

In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: Caleb Ewan and Chloe Hosking take overall honours at the Bay Crits; Wiggins renews with Team Sky, but only until 2015 Paris-Roubaix; AIGCP managing director Eisenga says 2017 UCI WorldTour reform deadline ‘a challenge’; Cadel Evans playing down chances of Nationals win; Laurens Ten Dam’s […]

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Rocacorba Daily

In today’s Rocacorba Daily news digest, the first edition of 2015: Caleb Ewan and Chloe Hosking lead the Bay Crits ahead of final stage; Riis likely to learn fate soon in relation to Anti Doping Denmark’s investigation; Marcel Kittel interview – “It is going to be a challenging year for everyone”; Report – German mainstream […]

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How Strava continues to change cycling

Even if you’re not signed up to Strava you’ll be well aware of what it is and what an impact the San Francisco-based start-up has had on cycling culture in the short period it’s been around. The phrases “Segment hunter” and “If it isn’t on Strava it never happened” are now regally heard on bunch […]

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Rocacorba Daily

In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: Degenkolb wins second consecutive Vuelta stage, Matthews retains overall lead; Ilya Davidenok wins stage 4 of the Tour de l’Avenir, Miguel Lopez moves into the overall lead; Elisa Longo Borghini wins Trophee d’Or Feminin; Back-to-back stage wins for Mark Cavendish at Tour du Poitou-Charentes; Degenkolb […]

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Tour de France riders lead Strava rampage

Following the Tour de France nowadays is a rich experience. For many years we have relied on TV commentators to guide us, but now we have live-tracking, tweets from riders, team videos, embedded photographers and even on-bike cameras. The pro peloton and the team hotel are no longer the secretive places they once were. And then […]

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Results from the 2014 FebFifteen Strava Challenge

Last week we challenged you all to log 15 hours of riding in seven days as part of the FebFifteen Strava Challenge. That challenge is now over and it’s time to tally the results. Of the 3,689 of you that took on the challenge, 760 of you finished. That’s roughly 21% – higher than last […]

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Australia vs The World: the FebFifteen Strava challenge returns

Next week, from Monday February 24 to Sunday March 2 CyclingTips and Strava are challenging you to put in a 15-hour week on the bike. And it’s not just a personal challenge: FebFifteen is also a battle between Australia and the rest of the world!

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