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Sonny Colbrelli To Get Back On His Bike As Health Improves

Sonny Colbrelli is making fast recovery after he suffered an unstable cardiac arrhythmia at the 2022 version of Volta a Catalunya. His condition is stable and he is also cleared for leisure rides and light physical activities. The cardiac arrest was very fatal and Sonny is very thankful for being alive, and for spending quality

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Fabian Cancellara Partners With Tudor To Launch Pro Cycling Team In 2023

Fabian Cancellara, the Swiss former road racing cyclist has announced that he will be creating a Swiss Professional Cycling Team for 2023 in partnership with Tudor-the famous watch brand. This decision comes under an urgency as Cancellara said that there needs to be a pro cycling team that will represent Switzerland. Fabian will be the

Evenepoel Wins Liege

Remco Evenepoel Wins Liège-Bastogne-Liège In A Striking Finale

Remco Evenepoel achieved the biggest victory of his career by winning Liège-Bastogne-Liège. During the last 29km of the race, at the Côte de la Redoute he soloed to victory. As for the finale, this was a daring route, and the final climb required riders to mount their attacks carefully. During the last stretch, Evenepoel dashed

Pinot Victory

Thibaut Pinot Wins Stage 5 Of Tour Of The Alps In Daring Finale

After three years, Thibaut Pinot got to taste victory, and that too at the Tour of Alps. It was him and David de la Cruz in the daring finale and the Frenchman outsprinted David with extreme tactics and thrilling performance. Stage 5 of the Tour of the Alps was a wholesome celebration of French cycling-two

Wout Van Aert

Wout Van Aert Unsure About Winning Liège-Bastogne-Liège With Post COVID-19 Debut

Wout Van Aert will be making his debut at the Liège-Bastogne-Liège after recovering from COVID-19. This appearance in the oldest Classic is the result of his season being unexpectedly disrupted because of COVID-19. Due to this disruption, he missed out on the Amstel Gold Race and Tour of Flanders. Fortunately, not everything seems gloomy as

Thibaut Pinot

Thibaut Pinot Left Broken After Unexpected Tour of Alps Defeat

While the Tour of Alps 2022 created some marvelous winners, it even left some really good racers heartbroken, one of those is Thibaut Pinot. He was so close to victory, so close to securing that beautiful win but his dreams were shattered by Miguel Angel Lopez. The clash between the two racers happened at the

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Mathieu Van Der Poel Hints At Changing Racing Style Ahead Of Giro d’Italia

Each racing style has its own limitations, Mathieu Van Der Poel has admitted that. He has hinted at changing his racing style as these aggressive attacks could have cost him some victories. A good example is his attack at last year’s Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne. Mathieu Van Der Poel makes racing exciting again, and we got to see

Pello Bilbao

Pello Bilbao Wins Stage 2 Of The Tour of the Alps

Pello Bilbao achieved victory in stage 2 of the Tour of the Alps, after his amazing win, his rank increased to the overall race lead. Bilbao was leading the charge for Team Bahrain Victorious, and his victory was achieved through amazing teamwork, he could not have achieved this without the help of his three surviving

Bradley Wiggins Interview

Bradley Wiggins Reveals He Was Sexually Harassed At A Very Young Age

Bradley Wiggins, the Tour De France, and Olympic Champion has revealed that he was sexually harassed by his coach when he was a teenager. He explained all of this in an interview with Men’s Health UK, apart from this, he also opened up about other issues he faced. Wiggins said in the interview: I was

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Mathieu Van Der Poel Aims To Recover Lost Time At Giro d’Italia

Sometimes it feels very impossible to believe that Mathieu Van Der Poel (Alpecin-Fenix) has only been riding for nine days this year. In those amazing nine days, Van Der Poel won the Tour of Flanders for the second time and even had a podium spot at Milan-San Remo, these are amazing achievements. Now, Van Der

Dylan Van Baarle Paris Roubaix

Dylan van Baarle Conquers Paris-Roubaix In A Thrilling Finale

Dylan van Baarle won Paris-Roubaix after an amazing yet thrilling finale, his performance during the last 18km of the race and the way he handled himself on the cobbles of Camphin-en-Pévèle stood out. Dylan got to share the podium with Wout van Aert (Jumbo-Visma) and Stefan Küng (Groupama-FDJ). This victory is well-sought, after Dylan’s solo

Sonny Colbrelli Reflects Back

Sonny Colbrelli Reflects On His Legacy, Feels Happy To Be Alive

Sonny Colbrelli from Team Bahrain-Victorious will be watching this year’s Paris-Roubaix from the comfort of his home, this is an event that he won back in 2021. Colbrelli is an accomplished rider and one of the strongest assets that Bahrain-Victorious has, but after he had a heart attack at the Volta Catalunya, his life changed

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Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl Planning An Aggressive Approach For Paris-Roubaix

Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl will be heading to the Queen of the Classics, Paris-Roubaix now as their season schedule advances. This past month has been nothing but miserable and a failure of sorts as none of their riders got a podium spot for any of the events they participated in. Was there a mistake with their

Fran Giro Di Sicilia Win

Fran Miholjević Wins Stage 3 Of Giro di Sicilia In A Thrilling Finale

Fran Miholjević won stage 3 of Giro di Sicilia with a breathtaking performance, his solo ride was nothing but commendable. The final kilometers of the event in Caltagirone were really intense, and when the dust cleared, the Croatian could not believe that he won the stage. He put behind Damiano Caruso (Bahrain Victorious) for the

Magnus Sheffield Win

Magnus Sheffield Soloed To Historic Win At Brabantse Pijl

Magnus Sheffield made history today for himself and Ineos Grenadiers as he made his solo victory at Brabantse Pijl. Just a little before his 20th birthday, he made a big name in the one-day race event. He was part of a seven-man group and decided to attack head-on during the last 3.5km to go. The

Vincenzo Nibali Giro Form

Vincenzo Nibali Doubts His Form Ahead Of Giro di Sicilia

Ever since joining Team Astana Qazaqstan, Vincenzo Nibali has had a lot of goals and ambitions. After all, he performed really well during his tenure with Trek-Segafredo. Now Vincenzo has returned home and he plans to make a difference. Vincenzo is slated to ride the Giro d’Italia next month but he will not be alone,

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Pierre Latour Drops Out Of Itzulia Basque Country Following Stage 4 Crash

Pierre Latour (Team TotalEnergies) started stage 4 of Itzulia Basque Country with big ambitions even though he was at the overall ninth position. The stage was sprawling with a total distance of 185.6 kilometers from Vitoria-Gasteiz to Zamudio. A high-speed crash on the descent of a hill killed all the ambitions of the French Rider.

Dani Martinez

Dani Martinez Conquers Itzulia Basque Country With An Impressive Stage 4 Win

With his spectacular uphill sprint, Dani Martinez (Ineos Grenadiers) won stage 4 of Itzulia Basque Country. It was a strategic win, during his ride, the Colombian carefully planned this approach.  It was surely a daring effort as Dani Martinez had to hold off World Champion Julian Alaphilippe (Quick Step-Alpha Vinyl) alongside Diego Ulissi (UAE Team

Peter Sagan Drops Out

Peter Sagan Drops Out Circuit de la Sarthe Following Mysterious Pain

During stage 2 of the Circuit de la Sarthe, Peter Sagan abandoned the race. The reason for this remains clouded in mystery as no one knows why this happened. When the last 40 kilometers remained, Peter Sagan opted out of the race, this allowed Mads Pedersen (Trek-Segafredo) and Benoît Cosnefroy (AG2R Citroën) to gain the

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Julian Alaphilippe Dashes To The Stage 2 Win At Itzulia Basque Country

It might have taken some time but Julian Alaphilippe has finally claimed an amazing win in 2022, that too in his 2021 Rainbow Jersey. When the time finally came for Itzulia Basque Country, he stormed for the stage 2 victory and that was a true spectacle. His performance was amazing, he swept the floor and

Lotte Kopecky

Belgium Goes Crazy For Kopecky As She Rises To Fame After Strade Bianche

Dreams turn into goals from a very young age, and Lotte Kopecky’s situation is the same. Since she was just a teenager she used to go crazy after her two heroes from the sports world, Tom Boonen and Fabian Cancellara. Although they were rivals, they were celebrities in the eyes of the world and were

Israel Tech Tour Of Flanders

Israel-Premier Tech Drops Out Of Tour of Flanders Due To COVID-19 And Illness

Israel-Premier Tech will not be participating in the Tour of Flanders due to multiple cases of COVID-19 and injuries. In light of these events, they have announced that they will not be participating in the upcoming event. On Friday, the team considered that almost everyone might have come into contact with the two team members

Pogacar Dwars

Tadej Pogacar Bears The Cost Of Inexperience At Dwars door Vlaanderen

Since Tadej Pogacar arrived in Belgium for the Spring Cobbled Classics, his recon of the tracks was for the lay of the land in the ultimate preparation for Dwars door Vlaanderen. The training was going well and he even met with Allan Peiper so that he gets all the insight he needs. A little insight

Egan Bernal Back

Egan Bernal Back On The Bike As Recovery Continues

Egan Bernal is finally back on his back as he returns to riding on the road, this is great news as he is still recovering from the horrific accident he suffered almost two months ago. Now that he is getting back his form, he went on to social media to celebrate this important landmark in

Lawson Craddock

Lawson Craddock Out Of E3 Saxo Bank Classic Due To A Pre-Race Freak Accident

BikeExchange-Jayco has enjoyed a great cycling season this year, let’s take Simon Yates as an example when he achieved the overall second position at Paris-Nice. Hopes and preparations were very high for E3 Saxo Bank Classic, but the team experienced a freak event when Lawson Craddock crashed pre-race and had to abandon the event. Shortly

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João Almeida Soars Through Volta a Catalunya Taking The Stage 4 Victory

João Almeida from UAE Team Emirates conquered Volta a Catalunya and won stage 4 of the event. The competition was really fierce as he beat Nairo Quintana (Arkea-Samsic) and Sergio Higuita (Bora-Hansgrohe) to the pedal. The sprint was indeed very fierce as the stage concluded above the Boí Taüll snowline. The winning trio got away

Mark Cavendish Flemish Classics

Mark Cavendish To Lead The Charge For Classic Brugge-De Panne

In an exciting turn of events, Mark Cavendish will be leading his team Quick-Step AlphaVinyl into the Flemish Classics this coming Wednesday. What will be the role of the Manxman though? He will be the team’s protected Sprinter for Classic Brugge-De Panne. This is indeed exciting, as he was not asked for Milan-San Remo, seems

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Sonny Colbrelli Admitted To The Hospital After Collapsing At Volta a Catalunya

The opening day of Volta a Catalunya saw some disastrous scenes unfold as Sonny Colbrelli (Bahrain Victorious) was hospitalized after collapsing during the stage 1 sprint. He then received emergency medical care after the finish line in Saint Feliu de Guixols. This happened immediately after Michael Matthews won the stage, but all of the attention

Marc Hirschi

Marc Hirschi Conquers Per Sempre Alfredo With A Beautiful Solo Victory

Marc Hirschi got an amazing start to his 2022 cycling season with a beautiful victory at Per Sempre Alfredo. The Swiss rider conquered the challenging one-day hilly race without any kind of problems, his performance was surely a sight to behold! Hirschi got to share the podium with Dion Smith (BikeExchange-Jayco) and Remy Mertz (Bingoal-Pauwels

Matej Mohoric

Matej Mohoric Conquers Milan-San Remo With A Thrilling Poggio Descent

Milan-San Remo was hyped before it even started, from months we were hearing about how the event would unfold, how some big-time cyclists will be making a comeback for the event, and now the event is finally here and we also have our first victory.  Matej Mohoric just made history as he won the Milan-San

Ewan Out Of Milan San Remo

Caleb Ewan Drops Out Of Milan-San Remo Following Stomach Illness

Milan-San Remo is just around the corner, While Mathieu Van Der Poel is making a return for the event, it seems like Caleb Ewan will not be attending the event following an illness. He is not the only one though as Alpecin-Fenix and other teams have withdrawn many riders because of their prevailing medical situation.

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Mathieu Van Der Poel Could Make A Surprise Return To Milan-San Remo

At this year’s Milan-San Remo, we could be getting a surprise as Mathieu Van Der Poel could be added to Alpecin-Fenix’s roster for the Italian Classic event. Van Der Poel had a long rehab period after a nasty back injury, he has made phenomenal progress since then. The training camp in Spain certainly helped him

Tadej Pogacar Milan San Remo

Tadej Pogacar Accompanied By “Combative” Squad For Milan-San Remo

The UAE Team Emirates has enjoyed a great start to 2022, as their prized cyclist Tadej Pogacar continues his winning streak. Although Pogacar has stressed many times that the team has prepared squads for different and varied situations but that does not seem true as the main selection revolves around Pogacar himself, to aid him

Mark Cavendish Milano Torino

Mark Cavendish Reveals He Was Not Scheduled For Racing Milan-San Remo

Mark Cavendish has done it again, after conquering Milano-Torino he has nabbed himself the third victory of 2022. Fierce competition, frustration, tears of joy, and sadness gave Milano-Torino a new spot on the calendar that will be celebrated for years to come. Milano-Torino was going to serve as an appetizer before Milan-San Remo but that

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Sonny Colbrelli Out Of Milan-San Remo Due To Bronchitis Reemergence

Sonny Colbrelli already had a very late start to this year’s season, as he made his debut in late February in Omloop Het Nieuwsblad and Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne. As he was making his way into the Classics, improving his form along the way, he was inflicted with Bronchitis and had to abandon the event after just one

Cavendish Milano Torino

Mark Cavendish To Be QuickStep-AlphaVinyl’s Front Runner For Milano-Torino

Just like all the other race events, we will be seeing a revamped Milano-Torino this year. Sprawling over 199-kilometers of flat terrain, this will be an amazing race, and Quick-Step Alpha Vinyl’s Mark Cavendish will be at the helm, leading the charge against the other sprinters. Cavendish will not be the only big-shot at the

Roglic Paris Nice Win

Roglic Earns Redemption At Paris-Nice, Praises Van Aert For Undying Support

Primož Roglič has finally earned his redemption after this year’s Paris-Nice, considering how much of a disaster last year’s event was. His planned victory was scrapped by bad weather and fierce competition from Simon Yates (BikeExchange-Jayco), although this year, everything went well for the Jumbo-Visma duo. Simon Yates put a lot of gap between him

Pogacar Win

Tadej Pogacar Dominates Tirreno-Adriatico With An Impressive Queen Stage Victory

Tadej Pogačar has shown his brilliant skills again as he dominated the Tirreno-Adriatico with a Queen Stage Victory. Monte Carpegna surely posed great difficulty, but it was nothing the Slovenian could not handle. The way he handled the race was spectacular to say the least, his solo attack on Monte Carpegna will not be forgotten

Tim Merlier

Tim Merlier Conquers The 2nd Stage Of Tirreno-Adriatico, Topples Over Peter Sagan

Tim Merlier from Team Alpecin-Fenix just won the second stage of Tirreno-Adriatico, which is also his first win of the season. The Belgian cyclist out-sprinted both Peter Sagan (TotalEnergies) and Olav Kooji (Jumbo-Visma) in the 219-kilometer stage.   The way Merlier executed his charge to the front was just exquisite, nothing like we have seen before.

Fabio Jakobsen Main Course

Jakobsen Says He’s Moving Onto “Bigger Game” After Paris-Nice

After winning the 2nd stage of Paris-Nice, Fabio Jakobsen is moving onto the bigger game, said he is just getting started. Out of the seven contested sprint races, Jakobsen has won six and that is just in two weeks, with time, he will only get better. Jakobsen loves doing daring stuff, and that is how

Tom Pidcock Ineos Grenadiers

Tom Pidcock To Stay With Ineos Grenadiers After 2022, Extends Contract

It seems that the speculation was indeed true, Tom Pidcock will be staying with Ineos Grenadiers for a longer period of time as he has just extended his contract with the team. Due to his exploits, he has indeed attracted the attention of amazing brands such as Trek and Cannondale, they tried their best to

Fabio Jakobsen Paris Nice

Fabio Jakobsen Wins The 2nd Stage Of Paris-Nice, Tops Over Wout Van Aert

Fabio Jakobsen from the Quick-Step AlphaVinyl team has just conquered the 2nd stage of Paris-Nice, the competition was surely tough as the Dutch rider put behind Wout Van Aert (Jumbo-Visma) and Christophe Laporte (Jumbo-Visma).               View this post on Instagram                  

Tadej Pogacar Strade Bianche

Tadej Pogacar Aims To Win The Strade Bianche

Tadej Pogacar is one of the best riders that the UAE Team Emirates has, his skills excel in Tour De France, but this time he has his eyes set on Strade Bianche which will be taking place on Saturday, Although this will be different than the Tour and the Spring Classics, Pogacar aims to gain

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Netflix Reportedly Planning Tour De France Series

Netflix has big plans for 2022 and beyond, apart from their limited series and movies, they have also acquired the gaming studio “Next Games”, publisher of Stranger Things and The Walking Dead games. Now, Netflix has fixed its eyes on a Tour De France Series. If this surely happens then professional cycling may get a

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Alessandro Fedeli “Denounces” Gazprom-RusVelo’s Ban From Racing

On Tuesday, UCI made a historic decision to ban Russian and Belarusian teams from participating in competitions. This comes in after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, and UCI is not the only federation that has banned teams from the following countries. This decision was seemingly made before the very start of Trofeo Laigueglia, and Russian

Lennard Hofstede

Jumbo-Visma Finally Reinstates Lennard Hofstede After He Refused The COVID-19 Vaccine

With the ongoing pandemic, sports teams are advised to take strict measures to ensure their team’s health. With that being said, Jumbo-Visma has decided to reinstate the Dutch rider Lennard Hofstede. Previously, Lennard was not allowed to take part in competitions and the team’s camps because he refused to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Athletes that

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UCI Bans Russian and Belarusian Teams Till “Further Notice”

Following the recommendation of IOC and the actions of AusCycling, UCI has finally decided to ban Russian and Belarusian Teams from competitions till “further notice”. The decision has been implemented after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. UCI is not the only sports organization that has banned teams from these countries as FIFA and UEFA decided to

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AusCycling Bans Russia and Belarus Teams From UCI Road World Championships

As the Russo-Ukraine war is escalating, global federations are taking extreme measures against Russia. Earlier this week, the IOC recommended banning the Russian and Belarusian athletes from competing in events.  It looks that now AusCycling is officially supporting these decisions, the governing body has announced that teams from Russia and Belarus will not be able

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IOC Advises Federations To Bar Russian Athletes Over Ukraine Invasion

As the global tension is rising, desperate measures are being considered. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) decided to start the week by voting to recommend that UCI bans Russia and all of its supporting countries to take part in the upcoming professional competitions.   IOC Executive Board recommends no participation of Russian and Belarusian athletes

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Caleb Ewan Wins Hearts At The Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne

After the Saudi Tour, Caleb Ewan confirmed that he had contracted COVID-19 and will not be at the Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne. Despite saying that, he still showed up and cleared all the persisting doubts there were about his performance.  He even scrapped the UAE Tour because of his illness but still gained enough courage to brave the

Magnus Cort

Magnus Cort Wins The Opening Stage Of Gran Camiño

Magnus Cort has just emerged as the fastest sprinter when he dominated a disorganized Peloton and won the opening stage of Gran Camiño. The stage finished at Mirador do Ezaro and Cort earned his first yellow leader’s jacket.               View this post on Instagram          

Tim Declercq

Tim Declercq Out Of Opening Weekend Following Severe Heart Issue

We all have gotten used to seeing the gigantic figure of Tim Declercq in the Peloton, he has become a very important figure in the Classics. Due to his amazing performance, he was also voted as the World’s Best Domestique for not just one but two years straight. Although this time, the Belgian powerhouse will

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Stefan Bissegger Wins Stage 3 Time Trial Of The UAE Tour

In a stunning round of news, Stefan Bissegger has just won the stage 3 time trial of the UAE Tour. This is a great achievement as he just passed World Champion Filippo Ganna to get the title. The competition was indeed fierce at Ajman, where the time trial took place.          

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Andre Greipel Praises Mark Cavendish, Says He’s Finally Ready For Tour De France

Andre Greipel may have retired from professional racing back in 2021, but that is not stopping him from supporting his rivals, especially Mark Cavendish from QuickStep-AlpaVinyl. Greipel only had nice things to say about Cavendish and was praising his performance in the current cycling season.  Greipel now has a firm belief that Cavendish is all

Brandon Mcnulty Wins Second Algarve

Brandon McNulty “Happy” After Winning Second Position At The Volta ao Algarve

Saturday’s Time Trial for Brandon McNulty might have been a disappointment, but now he feels pretty confident and happy about himself after coming second at the Volta ao Algarve, just behind Remco Evenepoel. The Portuguese race event had its set of challenges and riders were struggling on the first ascent of the Malhão. Although the