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"We believe that I have a fair chance," the German says of his chances.
CW looks at five riders on British teams who could figure prominently during this year's race.
Cycle Sport October is now onsale in major supermarkets and good newsagents, priced £4.75. Taylor Phinney suffered a career threatening crash during the USA national championships earlier this year. As…
2013 winner looking to become first rider to retain modern title.
German sprinter will likely encounter rival Mark Cavendish during his race debut.
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Over £10,000 donated in memory of Kris Cook, who suffered cardiac arrest during yesterday's RideLondon 100.
Adam Blythe won the RideLondon-Surrey Classic with an audacious long sprint on The Mall that took his WorldTour rivals by surprise. Blythe rounded the final corner in fifth place in…
Wiggle-Honda rider outsprints Marianne Vos on The Mall.
Commonwealth Games bronze medallist will likely work for Irish rider Sam Bennett.
Riding event's sportive more daunting than defending her Women's Grand Prix title.
The capital's Olympic legacy cycling event returns for a second year.
The 34-year-old becomes the first Tour de France champion to race in Britain's Olympic cycling legacy event.
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Leading domestic squad seeking to move up a level for 2015.
Strong 2014 startlist comes as a result of event's increased UCI ranking.
Welshman attacks late on from three-man group after rain-soaked race in Glasgow.
The 25-year-old English rider starts tomorrow's event in Glasgow as the hot favourite.
Hamid Parast wants the video to highlight law-breaking riders.
Englishman wins the men's time trial in Glasgow as he puts disappointment of not riding the Tour de France behind him.
The 31-year-old English rider admitted she could have ridden parts of course more aggressively.
Emma Pooley narrowly missed out on a Commonwealth gold medal today as Kiwi Linda Villumsen beat her by six seconds in today’s Glasgow time trial. Pooley, who announced this week…