The Katusha rider appears to take a swing at the Direct Energie rider after a near crash and argument in the bunch, plus our round up of this week's best cycling videos

During a heated discussion, a Katusha rider can be seen taking a swing for a Direct Energie rider on stage two of the Three Days of De Panne.

The two appear to almost collide before having words. The rider in red then swings his left arm out but doesn’t make contact with his rival, although we’re sure the race commissaires will have something to say about the incident.

Time for 12 speed on road bikes?

SRAM has now released its 1×12 mountain bike groupsets, so questions have turned to whether this could even be applicable to road cycling.

Ascents of Mont Ventoux will always need to range of gears offered by a normal two ring chainset and 11 speed cassette, but what about races such as Paris-Roubaix or the flat Middle Eastern stage races?

On such parcours a 1x could be used to save weight and make maintenance for the teams’ mechanics much simpler.

Tour of Flanders 2015 highlights

The Tour of Flanders is upon us once again, with riders tackling the Monument Classic this Sunday, April 3.

Here’s a look back at the 2015 edition of the race, where Alexander Kristoff was a deserving winner due to his overall strong ride and winning sprint.

It’s still unclear what Niki Terpstra was doing taking someone like Kristoff all the way to a sprint, but hopefully any regret about that losing tactic will see the Dutchman lighting the race up this time round.

Tour of Flanders essential guide

Having looked back on last year’s race and got all the more excited about this year’s, here’s Cycling Weekly‘s essential guide to the Ronde.

Tour de Yorkshire KOM challenge

To accompany the Tour de Yorkshire, Maserati and Human Race Events are once again bringing fans the chance to ride on the same roads on the same weekend.

Part of the sportive is a timed climb, and here event ambassador David Millar shows us how it’s done.

Women’s Ghent-Wevelgem highlights

The fourth Women’s WorldTour race of 2016 was won by Chantal Blaak. The win took the Dutch rider to the top of the WorldTour ranking, replacing her Boels-Dolmans teammate Lizzie Armitstead.

  • LaszloZoltan

    wrong sport- the boxing ring is where you want to go. on yer bike then !

  • Leodis75

    They both lashed out and both were removed from the race

  • weccy

    Send the pair of them home. It’s happened in the past. No place for this in the Peloton. Too many lives at risk

  • weccy

    Send the pair of them home. It’s happened in the past. No place for this in the Peloton. Too many lives at risk

  • CyberTonTo72

    any other sport he would be told to get off and a chuck of money removed from him too