Ridley to supply Vos' WM3 Pro Cycling

Marianne Vos’ WM3 Pro Cycling team will be riding Ridley in 2017, the Belgian bike manufacturer has announced. The deal will begin in January and will run for five seasons, helping to secure the long-term future of the squad. Ridley, which is based in Paal-Beringen, Belgium, already supplies the Lotto-Soudal men’s and women’s squads. Linking up with Ridley, says the team,...
Via Cycling News
17 hours ago  |  Discuss

Sagan awarded Velo d'Or

Peter Sagan has been awarded the Vélo d’Or for 2016, in recognition of an outstanding season that saw him dominate the UCI’s rankings. It is the first time that the Slovakian has won the title as he joins the likes of Chris Froome, Alberto Contador, Tom Boonen and Miguel Indurain as winners of the award. Sagan finished well clear of Froome in the UCI World Ranking after taking...
Via Cycling News
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Bradley Wiggins set to race in 2017

Bradley Wiggins' plans to retire at the end of the 2016 season look to be over after the former Tour de France winner and five-time Olympic Games gold medallist was named in British Cycling’s Great Britain Cycling Team Olympic Podium Programme for 2017. Wiggins had strongly hinted that the Gent Six Day in November would be his final competitive outing but after winning the event...
Via Cycling News
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Bradley Wiggins hints that he might extend his career

Bradley Wiggins hinted on Sunday that he might extend his cycling career after winning what was expected to be his final professional race. Wiggins, the most decorated Olympian in British history, won the Ghent Six Days event in Belgium with Mark Cavendish on the boards of the `t Kuipke velodrome where, as a child, he had watched his father compete. After his victory, the 2012...
Via Associated Press
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Australian BMXer Sam Willoughby in rehab following accident

Australian BMX cyclist Sam Willoughby, who won the silver medal at the 2012 London Olympics, is in rehab following a training accident that left him with two fractured vertebrae and no movement below his chest. Willoughby got hurt last month following the crash at his home track at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, California, the rider's family has said in a statement...
Via Associated Press
October 06, 2016  |  Discuss

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