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Mickey Morrison – And The ANC Tour Story

Interview: Before the likes of Sky and Ineos, there was a British Pro team in the Tour de France. There had been National teams in the French Grand Tour, but when the organisers returned to sponsored teams, it looked like the dream of a 'British' équipe had gone. Then came along Tony Capper and ANC. Mickey Morrison was in there at the start of the 1987 Tour Journey.

EUROTRASH News Round Up Monday!

Dec 16, 2019 - Van der Poel lost a cross race, but won the next day. Results and video from Hotondcross and Druivencross. The Vuelta to Portugal-Top Story. Other cycling news: Mitchelton WorldTour license, Sagan to Het Nieuwsblad, Valverde season, Pogacar Giro, Van Avermaet Olympics, no Kuurne for Jumbo, TDU, AG2R and Astana presentations, race news and Deceuninck kit.

Tour of Britain jersey designs revealed

The designs for three of the Tour of Britain's key jerseys have today been revealed ahead of this September's race, which begins in Glasgow on Sunday 4 September. The new designs are for the Chain Reaction Cycles Points Jersey, ŠKODA King of the Mountains Jersey and Yodel Sprints Jersey, all of which are produced by Official Partner Dare2b.

PEZ Roadside: Tour Of Britain Hits Edinburgh

Roadside: The Tour of Britain kicked-off stage 4 to Blyth from Edinburgh's Holyrood Park in the shadow of Arthur's Seat and Salisbury Crags, only minutes walk from Edinburgh Old Town. It was just too local for Ed Hood not to get down there and soak up the atmosphere and take in the sights.

EuroTrash Thursday!

Sept 19, 2013 - The dust has settled on the Vuelta a España and Chris Horner’s non-missed drug test, but we still have race action with Jan Bakelants winning the GP de Wallonie and Bradley Wiggins has control of the Tour of Britain. Lots of World championships news and time table and our usual catch-up with news, video and results. As always a fun packed EuroTrash Thursday, get the coffee!

Tour of Britain Contract Awarded to Sweetspot

British Cycling is pleased to announce it will be contracting with SweetSpot Group for the delivery of the Tour of Britain from 2014, putting in place plans which will see the race become a cornerstone of the international cycling calendar.