Daily News Digest

In this morning’s edition of the CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Rohan Dennis wins the Tour Down Under, Wouter Wippert claims final stage; Dani Diaz wins the Tour de San Luis, Mark Cavendish wins final stage; UCI backtracks on ranking and points system for 2015; Roman Kreuziger undergoes polygraph to prove innocence; Samuel Sanchez re-signs with […]


Rocacorba Daily

In today’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily: Rohan Dennis flies to stage 3 win and overall lead in the Tour Down Under; Dani Diaz builds overall lead with stage 4 victory at the Tour de San Luis; Former Rabobank and Team Sky doctor Geert Leinders handed lifetime ban for doping violations; Dowsett forced to postpone […]


How Velon is vying to boost the value and stability of pro cycling

When it was launched on November 25th the Velon company declared that it had three goals, with perhaps the most important of those being a stated desire to create a new and better economic future for the sport. Somewhat inevitably, this was met with calls for clarification of how precisely that might work. How much […]


Rocacorba Daily

Jack Bobridge claims stage 1 of the Santos Tour Down Under from day-long break; Valentina Scandolara wins Santos Women’s Tour, Mel Hoskins sprints to stage 4 victory; Cavendish philosophical after missing out on stage in Tour de San Luis; Dowsett back training for hour record after broken collarbone; Domenico Pozzovivo hoping for top five at […]


Rocacorba Daily

In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: Richie Porte wins Australian time trial championship; Shara Gillow wins fourth national title at Australian time trial championship; Rohan Dennis believes he’s still on course to beat world hour record despite Australian TT nationals defeat; High5 Dream Team to provide rider pathway for elite female […]


Rocacorba Daily

In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: Steele Von Hoff wins back-to-back Australian criterium titles; Kimberley Wells wins second Australian criterium title in three years; New UCI Anti-Doping Rules introduced to reflect 2015 World Anti-Doping Code; ASO and Bora-Argon 18 hail news that Tour de France will be screened by German station […]


ASO, UCI and Bora-Argon 18 hail news that Tour de France will be screened by German station ARD

Earlier reported by Der Spiegel, the news has now became official: Germany, the largest economy in the European Union and a country of over 80 million people, will once again have live coverage of the Tour de France on free to air television in 2015 and 2016. ASO confirmed the news on Wednesday, saying that […]


Kreuziger case: UCI contradicts Tinkoff Saxo team assertion that it hasn’t filed documentation

The UCI has answered claims by Tinkoff Saxo team manager Stefano Feltrin that it and WADA are responsible for the delays in Roman Kreuziger’s biological passport case, saying that suggestions it has not filed documentation are untrue. Earlier this week Feltrin told Cyclingnews that Kreuziger was still waiting for a hearing date and that the […]


The Week in Bike #50 – Eyeballs

The never-ending hunt for eyeballs creates some interesting contradictions. Generally, things seem to work out best when you give the people what they want. We hope you enjoy Cosmo Catalano’s latest episode of The Week in Bike.


AIGCP managing director Eisenga says 2017 UCI WorldTour reform deadline ‘a challenge’

The UCI has been working for several years to try to reform the sport of professional cycling, with new team structures and smaller WorldTour rosters two of the changes previously specified as likely by the governing body. This would coincide with a reworked professional calendar and possible adjustments to the length of Grand Tours and […]