The Redlands Bicycle Classic is the longest continuous running stage race in American cycling. Since its inception in 1985, the Californian race has crafted an honour board that boasts names like Jonathan Vaughters, Chris Horner and Phil Gaimon. The 2014 edition of the race finished on Sunday after five stages of racing for elite men […]
Yesterday’s Tour of Flanders was the third round of the nine-round UCI Women’s World Cup and one of the most prestigious one-day races on the women’s calendar. Raced at the same time as the men’s event, the women’s Tour of Flanders was contested over 140km with eight climbs and plenty of cobbled roads to contend […]
The Ronde van Drenthe is the first World Cup race on the UCI Elite Women’s Calendar and this year’s edition of the Dutch one-day race was held on Saturday. Australian Hitec Products sprinter Chloe Hosking finished fourth in last year’s edition of the race and was keen for a podium this time around. She wrote […]
The Ladies Tour of Qatar mightn’t be the most scenic of bike races, what with its abundance of dead-straight roads, sand and repetitive landscapes, but that doesn’t mean the racing is dull. Far from it. In this post, Orica-AIS rider Jessie MacLean takes us inside the peloton and shares the experience of racing in the […]
Raced alongside the Santos Tour Down Under last week, the Santos Women’s Cup saw a record field of 78 women tackle two criteriums and a road race in and around Adelaide. Kevin Anderson from Chameleon Photography put together this recap.
The 2014 Australian national road race championships came down to a sprint finish between a select group of nine riders in a hard fought battle around Buninyong. Specialized-Lululemon’s new Australian recruit and pre-race favoruite Tiffany Cromwell was at the pointy end of the field all day and filed this report.