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Rocacorba Daily

In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: Neil van der Ploeg wins men’s Stan Siejka Launceston Cycling Classic; Kimberley Wells wins women’s Stan Siejka Launceston Cycling Classic; Oscar Stevenson, Miranda Griffiths win the Tour of Bright; UCI to wait on License Commission before deciding on Astana’s future; ARD anti-doping journalist Seppelt – […]


A weekend getaway with Jaguar and Nathan Earle

A tell-tale sign that summer is approaching is that the Aussie pros are back from Europe and there’s an intangible buzz on the road with everyone talking about who they saw while out riding or at the cafe. For me, another sign of the start of summer is that the weekend riding getaways begin picking […]


Roche commits to working for Froome, says Sky was best move

Commenting on the news that he has signed a two year deal with Team Sky, Nicolas Roche has accepted that the move means he will once again be sacrificing his own chances in the Tour de France, but insists that he hasn’t given up on the aim of a strong Grand Tour performance. “I think […]


König, Roche, Fenn, Nordhaug and Poels bolster Team Sky for 2015

Seeking to refresh and improve the team after a somewhat disappointing 2014 season, Team Sky has announced the signing of five riders, with Leopold König, Nicolas Roche, Andrew Fenn, Lars Petter Nordhaug and Wout Poels confirmed Tuesday as coming on board. König showed his promise when he finished seventh this season in what was his […]


Brailsford on Tiernan-Locke. ‘He didn’t cheat with us, he cheated before he got here’

Team Sky Principal Dave Brailsford has insisted that his team’s image will not suffer as a result of the biological passport finding against team rider Jonathan Tiernan Locke, who was handed a two year ban on Thursday. “I think the way that we have dealt with it has been good. It is quite clinical and […]


Team Sky Mechanics’ Truck Tour

GCN’s Simon Richardson took a look around the Team Sky mechanics truck. It’s one of the nicest on the Tour de France, with expandable sides, inside workspace and a draw full of stems in millimetre increments.


Brailsford confirms no Wiggins for Tour, Sky lineup named

Officially confirming what Bradley Wiggins said on Thursday evening after his win in yesterday’s British time trial championships, Team Sky principal Dave Brailsford has confirmed that the 2012 Tour winner will not be part of this year’s squad, and that Chris Froome will be backed by Richie Porte and others. “It’s a very, very tough […]


A tour of the Team Sky bus with Rod Ellingworth

In this video CyclingTips’ roving reporter Dave Everett is shown around the Team Sky bus by Rod Ellingworth, head of performance operations.


Sky ready to face rivals after ‘war’ of stage nine?

Team Sky said they are ready to adapt their strategy for the remainder of the Tour de France after the “war” of stage nine shook up race leader Chris Froome.


SKY announces sponsorship by News Corporation

Team Sky is delighted to announce a long-term commitment from News Corporation, which will see the 21st Century Fox brand appear prominently on riders’ kit and team vehicles from the start of this year’s Tour de France. 21st Century Fox is the proposed media and entertainment company that will be formed following News Corporation’s separation […]