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Cycling is on the verge of a data revolution There is no doubt that we live in a data-driven world. Everyday, data helps advertisers determine...

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. ...

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...

#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...

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...

During the last few years, the emergence of Velon has sparked some debate, as to whether the concept is ‘revolutionary’, or just frankly unnecessary....

I have an admission to make. I can’t do a track stand. It’s mainly because I’ve never really tried to learn. Not for me...

Here at Cycling Torque we have put together a panel of cycling experts and enthusiasts to give their take on some of the key...

Jump on the turbo. It will be a quick and efficient session, saves the faff of deciding where to go, getting kitted up, checking...

12 weeks ago i was sitting on a train travelling home from London after a hectic day at work. I was in a huge...