Month: March 2022

Seven Takeaways Before Flanders: Arguably the best race on the cycling calendar – The Tour of Flanders – is this Sunday. Spencer Martin gives us his ‘Seven Takeaways’ from Gent-Wevelgem, Dwars door Vlaanderen and the Volta a Catalunya. Bring on de Ronde! – This article is an excerpt from the Beyond the Peloton newsletter. Sign
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Britain’s Tom Pidcock has signed a new five-year contract with Ineos Grenadiers. Ineos, formerly Team Sky, consider Pidcock a rider who can challenge for top honours in road cycling. “Ineos Grenadiers is the right team,” he said. “It’s the team I grew up dreaming of joining.” Pidcock, from Leeds, came third in Wednesday’s Belgian semi-classic
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Obituary: It is with great sadness that we report the death of one of the best known writers, authors, journalists and podcasters in the cycling world – Richard Moore. Ed Hood looks at his career from bike to keyboard and talks to some of Richard’s friends. Not for the first time, The Three Fates have
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Ed. Note: In light if the tragic news of Mr. Moore’s unexpected passing earlier this week, I thought it worthwhile to repost this interview we did in 2014.   By then Richard was already a well established cycling journalist & author, and as an excellent writer, he also made for a great interview… – Pez The
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Transgender cyclist Emily Bridges will not compete at Saturday’s National Omnium Championships in her first women’s event after a ruling by cycling’s world governing body. The 21-year-old looked set to face some of the sport’s biggest names, including five-time Olympic champion Laura Kenny. However, British Cycling said in a statement on Wednesday: “We have now
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Reimagining modern helmet design with over ten years of research, development, and testing, Lazer introduces its new KinetiCore helmet technology. This revolutionary new design features built-in rotational-impact protection thanks to unique Controlled Crumple Zones incorporated into the internal structure of the helmet. The result of this integrated design is advanced multi-directional protection that uses less
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Transgender cyclist Emily Bridges looks set to compete against some of the sport’s biggest names, including five-time Olympic medallist Laura Kenny, at Saturday’s National Omnium Championships in her first women’s event. Bridges, 21, began hormone therapy last year as part of her gender dysphoria treatment and has now become eligible to compete in women’s events
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GOREWEAR’s new threads look to satisfy mountain bikers driven to exploration. A lightweight women’s rain jacket and shorts, plus new men’s pants, represent the ‘Made To Last’ line, which includes 30 pieces. It includes leg warmers, gloves, tights, vests, socks, and everything in between. As you’d expect, the line is full of breathable, water-resistant fabrics
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