Canyon Launch the new INFLITE CF SLX

15th August 2017


TAKE FLITE: CANYON UNVEILS THE ALL-NEW INFLITE CF SLX Modern cyclocross is defined by progression. With increasingly skilled bike handlers taking on more technically advanced courses, the sport is only getting faster. To reflect that progression, Canyon engineers set out to create a highly innova... read more

Rapha Announce New Investor

9th August 2017


  Rapha strengthens leadership position and growth ambitions with investment from RZC Investments   7 August 2017, LONDON: Cycling lifestyle brand Rapha is delighted to announce that US-based RZC Investments is now the majority shareholder in the business. Rapha has been owned since lau... read more

Share the Road launch new cycling safety campaign

31st July 2017


Positive attitudes - are they just as important as safe roads and vehicles?   That’s the controversial claim from the manager of the Share the Road Campaign, an NZTA-supported initiative that looks to increase road safety for people using bicycles. While vehicle safety equipment bec... read more

Groenewegen wins while Sky party

24th July 2017


Greipel, Kittel, Cavendish, those are the names you expect to see on the winners list  on the Champs Élysées stage of the Tour de France as these riders have dominated the unofficial world championship of sprinting, but it was George Bennett’s team mate Dylan Groenewegen (Lo... read more

Barguil wins again to stamp authority on climber’s jersey

21st July 2017


Team Sunweb’s Warren Barguil stamped his authority on the climber’s jersey claiming his second win of the 2017 Tour de France on the Col d'Izoard, getting away from the front of the group of favourites and riding past the breakaway to claim the win.   Chris Froome and Team Sky fou... read more

Contadors last stand - ski jumper wins and Kittel crashes out

20th July 2017


Is this the last time we will see Alberto Contador go on a big attack in the mountains of the Tour de France? He was tired but proud after stage 17 of the Tour de France to Serre Chevalier that saw him awarded the Prix de la Combatitive for going on attack but it was of little reward for his huge ef... read more

Mathews wins Froome takes back yellow

16th July 2017


Australian Michael Matthews (Sunweb) won Stage 14 victory of the Tour de France, surging clear on the tough, short ascent into Rodez while Fabio Aru (Astana) got caught out in the battle for positions in the finish that saw the yellow jersey go back to Chris Froome (Team Sky).   A lumpy finis... read more

Julian Deans Tour Warp #3

11th July 2017


Julian Deans Tour Warp #3   With the first week of the Tour now done and dusted, the race has started to take shape and I must say that compared to the Tour of Italy (Giro) and the Tour of Spain (la Vuelta) in recent years, the Tour de France is decidedly less exciting as an overall spectacle... read more


10th July 2017


Race routes for the 2018 Santos Tour Down Under have been announced for what will be the 20th edition of the event. To mark the milestone, the race will return to its origins with Stage 1 starting in Port Adelaide – which was part of the inaugural race in 1999.   The peloton wi... read more

Julian Deans Tour Warp #2

7th July 2017


Julian Deans Tour Warp #2 Julian Dean needs no introduction; here is his second update from the side lines of the Tour in his management role with Orica-Scott   Five stages into this year’s Tour and you could say many have been plagued by misfortune already.   The opening ... read more