It’s been a tumultuous year in cycling to say the least. And yet, it was still a year packed with drama and action; one that saw new heroes crowned and abject disappointment for others.
In recent years, road cycling has continued to increase in popularity. While it’s always been an excellent means of transport and a more environmentally friendly option than driving a car, many individuals now enjoy cycling as a hobby and sporting activity.
TransRockies Race Series, a global leader in adventure stage races, today announces Felt Bicycles as presenting sponsor of TransRockies Gravel Royale.
Getting your head around the various date changes of major sporting events isn’t that easy at the moment, but, as it stands, the dates for the 2021 Tour de France look set to run from 26th June to 18th July. Nevertheless, online bookmakers have released odds for next year’s event, and it makes for some interesting reading.
New data from Strava and Stanford University shows the mental, physical, and financial impact of COVID-19 on professional athletes. Considering indoor training restrictions, mask requirements, the postponement of major sporting events like the Olympics and more.
The eyes of the cycling world will be on Palermo on Saturday, October 3, as the eagerly-awaited Giro d’Italia gets underway. The 103rd edition of the event features over 40,000 metres of climbing across 50 classified climbs, while five summit finishes will undoubtedly test the endurance of the riders.
The 103rd edition of the Corsa Rosa was launched in the unique setting of the Segesta Archaeological Park, with the Temple hosting the presentation ceremony of all the teams that, starting from Saturday, will be protagonists on the roads of the Giro d'Italia. Includes quotes of some of the riders.
The team will take on Italy’s Grand Tour with a switch out team kit that is bound to turn heads; collection to also include matching casual wear, full quiver of Cannondale race bikes, helmets and eyewear from POC.