Omega Pharma-QuickStep: More Signings to Come?

The worst kept secret in professional cycling was officially confirmed last week when Omega Pharma-Quickstep boss Patrick Lefevere announced the signing of Rigoberto Uran. In addition to Uran, who joins from Sky, Lefevere also confirmed the signing of Mark Renshaw from Belkin and
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Copenhagenize the UK

As London continues to pat itself on the back after Ride London this weekend Cyclo got to thinking ‘just how cycling friendly is London anyway?’ Or the rest of the UK for that matter…   There didn’t seem to be an authoritative guide out there so we
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Women’s Tour of Britain promised for 2014

The sports marketing and event management company SweetSpot has won the right to stage a women’s ‘Tour of Britain’. British Cycling awarded the contract to the UK company despite rival bids from Giro and TdF organisers.   SweetSpot already manage the Tour
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RideLondon - Women's Grand Prix

RideLondon a Roaring Success

With cyclists taking over the streets of London this weekend the two day event Prudential RideLondon is on the finishing straight. With participant numbers exceeding expectations it been a roaring success. Here’s a recap of the action over the four events so far.   On
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Wiggle Honda Women's Cycling Team

Meet Wiggle Honda Women at Prudential RideLondon

This weekend almost 100 of the world’s best women riders will be tackling the criterium on a fast, flat 1.3-mile loop around St James’s Park as part of the RideLondon Cycle Show. The weekend also provides an opportunity to meet and greet the Wiggle Honda Pro Cycling
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Cheap as Chips

It’s about this time of year that local councils roll out their road surfacing teams to ruin that beautifully smooth route you’ve been pounding since spring. There’s nothing worse than finding a favorite stretch destroyed with those big loose chippings. But what is that stuff?
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Jens Voigt

Shut up Legs! – Jens Voigt Retirement U-Turn

Jens Voigt, possibly the funniest man on two wheels, was supposed to retire at the end of this year. He’s now suggesting that, having offers from other teams, he could race for one more season. ‘I have three concrete offers from Sky, Saxo Bank and also from
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Mixed Results for Team Sky at Vuelta

Day two of the Vuelta a España has seen mixed results for Team Sky; Chris Froome, runner-up last year, only managed a 29th placing, saying: ‘Coming so soon after the start, this climb won’t decide who’s going to win the race but we’ll start to see who could
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