January 2012

London 2013?

It has been announced that, as part of the Olympic Legacy, London will host an annual one-day professional road race. Although certain conditions have yet to be met to guarantee the plan,  British Cycling’s Jonny Clay has told BBC Sport he believed it would
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Pendleton Takes on Boardman?

In three weeks time Victoria Pendleton will be at the new London velodrome for the Track World Cup, looking for those all important Olympic qualification points. Yesterday, however, she hit the streets of the capital (or more specifically the streets outside of the Berkeley Hotel
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Box Hill on the Rise

Something of a celebration for cycling fans with news that one of the key viewing points for the 2012 Road Race will now be able to accommodate significantly more people than had at first been indicated. After initial concerns that the area around Box Hill, a significant hill and
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Scottish Bike Show Sportive – April 15

Trailed as ‘Scotland’s newest mass participation cycle event’ the Scottish Bike Show Sportive is a tour through the countryside around Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park with two routes from which to pick: 100miles (4 feed stations) and 65miles (3 feed stations). Balloch
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Muc-Off Miracle Shine

Muc-Off Miracle Shine

Here at Cyclo, when it comes to cleaning and maintaining the bikes, our general rule of thumb is to be wary of anything employing the claim ‘miracle’ in its name – miracles are surely reserved for water/wine situations or getting a mobile signal in the depths of
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Storey Sprints Again

It has now been confirmed that Sarah Storey will ride for Great Britain in the team sprint at next month’s Para-Cycling Track World Championships, taking place in Los Angeles. The event is the final opportunity for countries to obtain points and earn qualification places
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Cotswold Spring Classic – April 9

What finer way to spend Easter Monday (April 9) than on this stunning sportive through some of the best roads in the South West. A pick of either 105km or 105miles (170km) through the Cotswolds from the base in Cirencester (HQ map here), the ancient Roman capital of Britain,
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GreenEDGE Stunning Debut

Something of an Australian celebration is (probably still) going on ‘where the women glow and the men plunder’, with the UCI World Tour curtain raiser, the Santos Tour Down Under seeing a fairytale winner in the shape of local lad Simon Gerrans. The win was made all the more
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