Jonathan Tiernan-Locke On Driving Ban

Not everyone can keep up with the high standards that are expected out of professional riders.


A British Cycling coach from Fleet, Laura Orme is asking youngsters and teenagers alike to get on their bikes and cycle.

To help them achieve this, Orme has set up a new club for all youngsters in Hart and Rushmoor who are between the ages of five and 16.


Optimistic that the team will continue in the new season, Ben Swift has said in a recent interview that he is confident that the TJ sport project will not round up just yet.

Despite the prolonged uncertainty about the fate of the team, the rider is unperturbed as he is currently focusing on the most important thing to him now – training.


Energy Of Participants At Tour De France

With the Tour de France recently concluded, most people are still under the effects of what they have witnessed.

Sagan Tops World Rankings

As Tour de Suisse comes to a conclusion Peter Sagan is found to be topping the world tour individual ranks of UCI.

As he won the tour he has been able to topple his team mate Tinkoff by 14 points. The Slovakian gained the first position as he usurped his team mate Alberto Contador. In nation and team rankings both Spain and Tinkoff continue to lead.


UK cycling infrastructure is nothing compared to Netherlands’, reports

Britain would not present Dutch levels of biking facilities as well as investment till the twenty-third century, a top United Kingdom cycling charity has warned.

Te blueprint of the government to get more people walking and cycling in Britain would see this spend £316 million over the next 5 years, but the CTC told that the present rate of spending is just not enough.


Hein Verbruggen Asked To Step Down By Cookson

UCI honorary President Hein Verbruggen would be asked to step down by UCI chief Cookson.

The resignation is demanded on the basic of a report that has alleged him of conspiring with Armstrong & other cyclists to conceal the doping offences.

Hein Verbruggen has been the UCI chief from 1991 to 2005 & still maintains a senior designation in the cycling governing body as one of the honorary personnel of International Olympic Committee. He has been accused of staying involved in one among the biggest hush-ups in the sporting history.

Armstrong to ride for Livestrong Fundraiser

Lance Armstrong is all set to ride for Livestrong Fundraiser for the first time since his disgraceful doping confessions that ripped him off all his Tour France titles. The Livestrong Fundraiser is a marquee event meant for collecting funds for cancer survivors.

The erstwhile cycling champ signed up for the charity ride on February 2nd. The ride would be held at Austin, Texas, where Armstrong had donated $5,000 donation & set up his Lance and Friends” squad with many long-time participants.

Yates Feel Armstrong Was Unfairly Treated

Sean Yates of Tinkoff-Saxo told BBC that his ex teammate Lance Armstrong was not treated in a fair way according to the investigation which was carried out by the proof of doping.

After the publication of report, Armstrong was banned and he himself confessed for the crime that he committed as far as doping is concerned. There were others involved as well but he was a huge figure was hunt was the biggest. Yates feel disappointed the way he was treated in comparison to others.

Bjarne Riis Wants Contador To Win Both The Giro And The Tour In The 2015 Season

The manager of the Tinkoff-Saxo team has set his goals for the upcoming season.

He wants Alberto Contador to win the Grand Tours and he wants Peter Sagan, who joined the team recently, to win the classics races. Riis and his team went on a climbing expedition to Mount Kilimanjaro and they returned recently after successfully reaching the summit of the highest mountain in Africa.