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Giro d'Italia - Stage 7

Diego Ulissi takes Giro d’Italia stage seven

Diego Ulissi (Lampre-Merida) took his first win since returning from a doping ban on the marathon 263km stage seven of the Giro d’Italia. The Italian ousprinted the likes of JJ…


Oakley Tour de France Prizm Radarlock Path

It’s hard to start talking about a set of Oakleys without repeating what’s already been said, because by now, you’ll know that you’re almost guaranteed to be getting one of…

Geraint Thomas show us your scars

Show us your scars #1: Geraint Thomas

For every great moment, victory or even courageous loss in the life of a pro-cyclist, there’s a story of the bumpy road to make it there, which more often than…

Matteo Rabottini on stage fifteen of the 2012 Giro d'Italia

Matteo Rabottini handed two-year ban for doping

Matteo Rabottini has been given a two-year ban by the UCI after testing positive for EPO in August 2014 during an out-of-competition test. The Italian, who rode for Neri Sottoli…

Giro d'Italia - Stage 3

Michael Matthews wins Giro d’Italia stage three

Michael Matthews (Orica-GreenEdge) took a second career Giro d’Italia stage win on stage three of the 2015 race, after outsprinting Fabio Feline (Trek Factory Racing) to the finish line in…

Erwin Vervecken rides the route of the Tour of Cambridgeshire gran fondo

The bluffers’ guide to cycling jargon

1. Leading out/getting dropped One means you’re probably doing quite well, the other means you’re definitely not. 2. Through-and-off/Chaingang No not a group of prisoners, but a slipstreaming formation of…