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Vuelta a Espana

After the Giro d’Italia and the Tour de France, it is already time for the final grandtour of the season:  The Vuelta a España. ...

Professional sportsmen and women are notoriously superstitious – just ‘ask’ Google. From Serena Williams and her carefully-numbered bounces of the ball before serving, to...
La Course

When Orica Scott’s Van Vleuten was powering up the Col D’Izoard in Stage 1 of La Course, I was glued to the television in...
spanish cycling

#1: The golden age of Spanish cycling Spain is one of the great cycling nations and Spanish teams and riders have been a huge factor...
clocksevermade1

The training has been trained the power has been gained. The race awaits, the clock starts ticking. Into the taper, the traumas prevail. 48 hours  ‘Just a little...

News

Adam Bailey and Oli Baseley review the 2017 Tour de France in the Cycling Ramble's review show after an eventful and dramatic three weeks...

After four stages, it is already time for the first mountain stage in this year's Tour de France. In the first part of this post,...

What exactly is the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race? The Great Ocean Race was established in 2015, launching after Cadel Evans’ final appearance in...

When Peter Sagan crossed the line of the 2016 world championships in Qatar, few could argue that he had not earned the right to...

Former Technical Director of British Cycling, Shane Sutton, is 'confident' that he will return to the post he resigned from in April as the organisation...