Australia cycling looking for successor as Evans plans retirement

Aussie cycling zone is looking for an able successor at present as Cadel Evans declared about possible retirement plans of late. Though the riding great has not yet confirmed anything about the retirement but speculations are on that Evans is about to call quits from February 2015.


SA Cycling prepped up for 2014 Youth Nanjing Olympics

4 young riders would be reportedly representing SA at Nanjing Youth 2014 Olympics that is soon to start this weekend- the esteemed championship will commence on August 16 & continue till 28th of this month.
BMX racers Maia Rawlins & Alex Limberg, road racer Iva Venter & mountain biker Pebae (Lebo) would tackle diverse riding disciplines in Olympics team event.
It would be an interesting affair as all 4 of them are supposed to go beyond their specific comfort zones at the Ninjang which also deserves great applaud for their sheer courage.


A Freewheeling Ride For 3 Corridors Of Cycling

DULT have planned out a way to lay down cycling tracks throughout Bangalore. So the enthusiasts of cycling have something to harp upon. The tracks have been segregated into three Yelahanka, HSR Layout and Jayanagar. The report has to be implemented.


Sir Chris Hoy supporting Bate-Lowe create her own legacy

Only the abundance of natural talent is not enough of a reason to explain how Lauren Bate-Lowe, the teenager from St. Helen’s went from a casual cyclist to become one of the country’s elite cyclists but she doesn’t want to spill the beans just yet and wants people to keep on guessing.

Bate-Lowe took up cycling seriously just last year and after spending just nine months on the fringes and the same experience on the track, the 14 year old made her way in to the Olympic Talent Program of British Cycling.


Hoy talks about the Commonwealth Games

Sir Chris Hoy the cycling legend from Scotland says that he is enjoying the rivalry with the English team. All the nations are gearing up for the upcoming Commonwealth Games which will be held in Glasgow this year. Sir Chris Hoy’s has been full of events and the legend has won the Olympic gold medal for a record 6 times.


Caleb Wins Again

Caleb Ewan has secured another win at the nationals- It was the second national winning for the rising Aussie star leading him to finish his last under-23 national with élan & flamboyance.

The NSW rider came up with a fantastic race and outsprinted the rivals in lead group winning on the esteemed 132.6 kilometers under-23 road racing championship at Buninyong, closer to Ballarat.

The win was a mighty follow-up of Ewan’s dominating win a few days back in under-23 cycling national criterion.


Thomas Prepping high for World Championship

The brave Welsh rider Geraint Thomas who showed up a gallant fight in Tour France despite pelvic fracture is now back to rigorous training to make it big in World Championships. The 27-year-old Team Sky rider has confirmed good health lately and is prepping high to support Chris Froome in achieving the coveted rainbow jersey in the Florence championship.


London about to witness £148 Million Investment

Recently the British PM hosted a cycling event around the country with an intention to promote cycling. The increased number of cars and vehicles are creating much pollution and traffic in the cities of London now.


Petacchi Signs Up With Omega Pharma

The Omega Pharma team seems to be in a powered up state these days. Alessandro Petacchi, has joined up with Mark Cavendish’s team post retirement. The Italian cycling pro is a 6-times stage winner in Tour de France and has reported to stay with Omega Pharma till the end of coming year.

Petacchi would be starting his second innings post retirement on August 8 at the Kortrijk criterium which would be followed by his participation in the Eneco Tour (7-stage) which is scheduled for August 12 to 18.


Appeal against Blood Bag Destruction

The world of sports had been hit by the biggest case of doping with Lance Amstrong scandal. The sandal shook every nook and corner of the sports world and not just the professional cycling world. It was expected that the UCI will act very firmly now and deal with strictness each and every pending doping case. But the scenario is completely adverse with the UCI taking no action. Seven months have passed since it last acted on the US postal and Amstrong case. This has really offended the head of US Anti-doping agency, Travis Tygart.