This episode of Voxwomen Cycling brings you a roundup of all the Spring Classic action.
Kate Courtney and Mathias Fluckiger took their respective elite class victories at the first round of the UCI XCO World Cup in Albstadt, Germany.
All the action from the the 3 day marathon race.
“I’m excited to get the World Cups underway, I think I’ve fully recovered from the Cape Epic.” – Alan
Take a look back at what went down in 2018.
The gnarliest DH track in Africa will see a lot of action this weekend. Here is an E-Bike run down the track to get you pumped.
Englishman Simon Yates looks back at his astonishing breakthrough at the 2018 Giro.
The action was thick and fast at the opening round of the 2019 season.
Watch Philippe Gilbert move closer to completing a full set of Monuments as he edges out Nils Politt for the win at Paris-Roubaix.
As a pre-Olympic year, the 2019 season is set to be an absolute humdinger.
Paris–Roubaix is a one-day pro bike race in Northern France, starting north of Paris and finishing in Roubaix at the border of Belgium. It is one of cycling’s oldest races. The race is famous for rough terrain and cobblestones and is known as the Hell of the North. Since 1977, the winner of the race […]
“I only realized what had happened after I hit the ground, slid across the road into the ditch, and came to a stop in stinging nettles.”
“It was the longest 14 kilometers of my life,” said Bettiol.
The young guns and XCO purists have changed the DNA of marathon stage racing for the better.
As a prelude to the racing we caught up with former World Cup professional Andrew Neethling, to hear his thoughts on the favorites, the danger women and men, and how the year could possibly roll out.
Great news for those entering both events: there is a prize to the value of R50 000 for the rider with the fastest combined times.
Covering a distance of 298 km, it is the longest professional one-day race in modern cycling and is the first major classic of the 2019 season.
The live links for every stage are listed here
Clipped in. Strapped in. No brakes. Skinsuits. Fixed wheel. 70+kph. Are track cyclists the hardest of them all? You decide.
The E-MTB races will take place on August 28th, the opening day of competition in Mont-Saint-Anne, Canada.
It’s certainly going to be spectacular watching the big guns rally down here on Sunday.
624km, 16 650m and 8 days of riding starting this Sunday. It will be a race to remember.
The 2019 international road season is well underway. Catch up on the Tour of Oman with this ‘best of’ edit.
‘In Between The Races’ takes you behind the scenes of team life at GT as they travel from the EWS in Ainsa, Spain to the EWS round in Finale Ligure, Italy.
Highlight’s from the men’s and women’s races.