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Barry Soper: Who says we all want more cycle ways?
December 11, 2018 (03:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
COMMENT: One thing you can say about the American twang of Julie Anne Genter is that it's enthusiastic, particularly when it comes to her pet topics.One of them is cycling, to such an extent that a few months ago she cycled to... More...
Cycling: Shane Archbold and Aaron Gate return to track cycling
December 11, 2018 (03:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
A conversation over a couple of beers in Spain has steered Shane Archbold back to the track.The Kiwi cyclist has been without a professional road team since Irish outfit Aqua Blue Sport folded in August, and has returned to the... More...
Nicola Patrick: Nothing surprises me anymore -- except these surprises
December 11, 2018 (03:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
Sometimes I've heard people say "nothing surprises me anymore" " I'm obviously not there, yet, as this week has had more than a few surprises.Turns out some people in New Zealand think that a Maori dressing up as Santa is a big... More...
Cassani predicts heat and climbs will produce a selective Tokyo 2020 Olympics
December 11, 2018 (03:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Italian national coach Davide Cassani has predicted that heat and humidity will be a decisive factor in deciding the men's road race event at the 2020 Olympics Games in Tokyo, with the climbs on the 234km course expected to reduce the race to final "head to head" battle. Cassani is in Japan to see the course and decide on logistics, confirming that his squad will stay near Mount Fuji rather than in the Olympic village so they can be train on the course at the foot of the snow-covered mountain. The routes of both the men's and women's races will favour the climbers, with the men's parcours tackling four climbs, including the outer slopes of Mount Fuji. As had previously been reported in the Japanese press, the women's course will be a watered-down version of the men's and misses the Mount Fuji loop altogether. The women's race will feature a total elevation of 2,692 metres during 137km of racing, while the men will tackle 4,865 metres of climbing.ADVERTISEMENT A shorter men's test event will be held next July. The race profile includes five key climbs as the 234km race heads towards Mount Fuji and the finish in Fuji International Speedway circuit, from the start in Tokyo's Musashinonomori Park. The climbs start after 40km of racing. The decisive point in the men's race is likely to be the Mikuni Pass. The 6.8km climb averages 10.2 per cent and touches and ends 34 kilometres from the finish. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Peter Sagan to race Classics through until Liege-Bastogne-Liege
December 11, 2018 (03:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Three-time world champion Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) has announced that he will compete in a full spring Classics campaign in 2019, with plans for the 28-year-old to race from Milan-San Remo in March right through until Liege-Bastogne-Liege in late April. Speaking at the Bora-Hansgrohe team presentation in Mallorca on Monday, Sagan confirmed that he would once again begin his season at the Tour Down Under in January. He will add the Vuelta a San Juan in Argentina to his programme before returning to Europe for a spell of altitude training in February. "I'm happy be a part of this team. It's been two years already but it's felt like just a week. We're starting another season and we're getting older but I'd like to help pass on my experience to some of the younger riders," Sagan said.ADVERTISEMENT "We've decided that I'll do my kilometres in Australia and from there go to Argentina to do the Tour de San Juan. Then I'll have some rest before going up to Sierra Nevada." Sagan will miss the opening weekend in Belgium at the start of March and also forgo Strade Bianche. "After that I'll come back for Tirreno-Adriatico and the plan is then to carry on until Liege-Bastogne-Liege. We'll see how that goes with such a hard period but that's the first plan." You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Varnish's sex discrimination case heads to employment tribunal
December 11, 2018 (03:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Jess Varnish's case against British Cycling and UK Sport is set to take a significant step forward at Manchester Employment Tribunal this week, as the former track sprinter fights for compensation after she alleged sex discrimination against Shane Sutton, then the technical director of British Cycling. The employment tribunal will consider if Varnishs UK Sport funding means she was self-employed or an employee. Varnish and her lawyers argue funded athletes should be classed as "employees" or "workers" rather than "self-employed." In Britain employees and workers are protected against discrimination, have the right to minimum wage, paid holidays, whistleblowing protection, maternity pay and a pension. Athlete Performance Awards that are paid to athletes are currently considered as grants rather than a salary. The significance of the Varnish case has been compared to the Bosman ruling in European professional football, which allowed footballers to become free agents after their contracts expired. Employment status has come under the microscope in recent years as workers in many fields fight for better rights. However the case has sparked debate about the best status for funded athletes and could spark serious implications for sport funding in Britain and elsewhere.ADVERTISEMENT Varnish now runs a coffee shop with several former teammates, but her accusations have rocked British Cycling and lifted the lid on the atmosphere at the so-called Medals Factory. It is understood that UK Sport acted aggressively in its defence, even applying for a strike-out order to dismiss the case, along with a costs order and deposit order. This could have meant Varnish's assets would have been seized pending the case, forcing her to drop her claim. Sky News suggested that UK Sport and British Cycling have already spent more than 500,000 on preparing for the tribunal, including 75,000 for the two barristers that will represent them in the seven-day trial in Manchester. Varnish was dropped from the Great Britain elite track programme in 2016 and so missed out on the Rio Olympics. She has claimed she was subject to discrimination and had been told by former technical director Shane Sutton to "go and have a baby. He denied those claims but then resigned. A British Cycling internal investigation later cleared him of eight out of the nine accusations. Varnishs case has sparked a duty of care debate in British sport which has spread to several other Olympic and Paralympic sports. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Evenepoel will not ride cobbled Classics in 2019
December 11, 2018 (03:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Junior world champion Remco Evenepoel has confirmed that he will not line out in any cobbled Classics during his debut professional season with Deceuninck-QuickStep. Evenepoel claimed both the road and time trial world titles in Innsbruck in September at the end of a remarkable season that saw him dominate the junior peloton at international level. The Belgian youngster will bypass the under-23 ranks in 2019, moving directly from junior racing to WorldTour level withDeceuninck-QuickStep. Last month, the Belgian team revealed that the teenager would ride a light programme of 55 race days in 2019. At a gathering of his supporters club in Geraardsbergen at the weekend, Evenepoel confirmed that he will not tackle the Muur in competition in 2019.ADVERTISEMENT No Tour of Flanders or Omloop Het Nieuwsblad for me, Evenepoel said, according to Het Nieuwsblad. Im focusing on the Walloon Classics and short stage races. You cannot compare the professional Flemish Classics with those of the juniors. They are completely different. I wont pass by here in a race. Evenepoel only turned to cycling in 2017 after previously playing football in the youth structures of Anderlecht and PSV Eindhoven. The son of 1990s professional rider Patrick, Evenepoel compiled a stunning sequence of wins as a junior in 2018, including Kuurne-Brussel-Kuurne, the Giro della Lunigiana stage race, the Peace Race, the Belgian Championships and a double at the European Championships, where he won the road race by a margin of almost ten minutes. His performances have earned the admiration of Eddy Merckx, who told Het Laatste Nieuws: "What else could I teach him? Nothing. He can do it all. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Van Loy hospitalised after Vlaamse Druivencross crash
December 11, 2018 (03:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Ellen Van Loy was taken to hospital in Herentals, Belgium, on Sundayafter crashing hard at theVlaamse Druivencross. Her Telenet Fidea Lions team reported on Twitter that Van Loy suffered bruising to the ligaments in her knee and would spend the night in the hospital before undergoing more tests on Monday to determine the extent of her injuries. Van Loy, who was coming off a win at GP Hasselt on December 1,went down on the muddy course inOverijse and had to abandon. Lucinda Brand (Team Sunweb) went on to win after battling Nikki Brammeier (Mudiita) throughout the race. The victory at Hasselt at the beginning of the month was the first win of the 2018-19 season for Van Loy, who started out in September with third at the first UCI World Cup of the season in Wisconsin. From there, Van Loy hit the podium at Berencross, Kermiscross, Kiremko Nacht van Woerden, DVV verzekeringen trofee-Jaarmarktcross andDVV verzekeringen trofee-Flandriencross.Van Loy's win at GP Hasselt in front of Denise Betsema (Marlux-Bingoal) and world champion Sanne Cant (Corendon-Cricus) was a positive sign for the upcoming races.ADVERTISEMENT The team did not say how long they expect Van Loy to remain out of action. Uit onderzoek in het ziekenhuis blijkt dat @Ellenvanloy een kneuzing van de gewrichtsbanden van de knie heeft. Morgen volgt er een echo om de ernst te bepalen. " Telenet Fidea Lions (@TFLions) December 9, 2018 You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Snow stops second day at North Carolina Grand Prix
December 11, 2018 (03:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
The second day of the North Carolina Grand Prix has fallen victim to winter storm 'Diego', as organisers were forced to cancel the racing in the face of heavy snow that covered the course and crippled the area. "Due to main roads not being cleared, the advisement of Emergency Management Services, completely unrideable course conditions, and concern for the safety (and fun) of everyone involved, we've decided that it is in everyone's best interest and safety to cancel," organisers of the UCI C2 races posted on Facebook early Sunday morning. "This event is covered by USAC insurance, so refunds for pre-registered riders for Sunday's race will be covered," organisers wrote. "Series overall awards will be calculated and distributed shortly! Stay safe, stay warm, be smart!"ADVERTISEMENT The North Carolina Grand Prix, which featured two C2 races over Saturday and Sunday, was one of the final rounds of USA Cycling's Pro CX calendar, which concludes this weekend at the Ruts 'n' Guts race in Tulsa Oklahoma. Winter storm Diego has hit the eastern seaboard of the US hard, forcing airlines to cancel more than 1,000 flights. It is expected to continue through Monday, with schools already announcing cancellations. More than 50,000 people are without power. Saturday's races in North Carolina were also hit by snow and cold weather, but they were able to go forward. Kerry Werner (Kona Maxxis Shimano)took the Elite men's win ahead ofCooper Willsey (Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld.com) and Gunnar Holmgren (Hardwood Next Wave Cycling). In the women's race, Lily Williams (The Pony Shop) beatErica Zaveta (Garneau-Easton) and Emma Swartz (Trek Factory Racing CX). View this post on Instagram You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Rally Cycling joins NFL's Melvin Gordon for charity bike build - Gallery
December 08, 2018 (20:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Rally Cycling's Brad Huff, Jesse Anthony, Megan Jastrab, Robin Carpenter and Ty Magner recently joined the NFL's Melvin Gordon of the Los Angeles Chargers for their third-annual Holiday Bike Build at StubHub Center in Los Angeles, where 100 kids from Gardena-based Falcons Youth and Family Services received brand-new bicycles and Bell helmets. Gordon and the pro cyclists led the children, ages 5-12,in a series of health-and-fitness-inspired activities, including football drills and potato-sack races before leading the kids for a ride on their new bikes around the StubHub Center concourse. The goal was to inspire the childrento adopt healthy habits and focus on their education.ADVERTISEMENT Its incredibly rewarding to be able to draw from my own experience and Rallys message of healthy living to inspire these kids to stay healthy and stay in school, and now with their new bikes, to get plenty of fun exercise, Gordon said. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Aigle and Lausanne pitch Prudhomme on Swiss Tour de France stage
December 08, 2018 (20:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Local officials from Swiss towns Aigle and Lausanne met with Tour de France Director Christian Prudhomme earlier this week to hand deliver their application to host a stage of the Tour in 2021, 2022 or 2023. The group presented Prudhomme with a detailed stage route, course profile and profiles of each the the potential climbs. The proposed route wouldstart at the UCI headquarters in Aigle and finish along Lake Genevea in Lausanne, taking in the Vaud and Friborg Prealps as well as the vineyards of Lavaux, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Lausanne hosted its first Tour de France stage in 1948, when Gino Bartali won after 256km from Aix-les-Bains. Although Lausanne has hosted a Tour stage five times - in 1948, 1949, 1952, 1978 and 2000 - it would be a first for Aigle.Organisers believe the proposed route would showcase two strong sports and tourism symbols, linking the UCI headquartersto the Olympic Capital.ADVERTISEMENT The proposed172.9km stage would not be a parade day by any means, with3,800 metres of climbing and an almost equal amount of downhill. The route would take in four major climbs, including the first category Col de la Croix (1,776 m), the second category Col du Pillon (1,546 m), the third category Col du Saanenmser (1,279) and the first category Col du Jaun (1,509 m). After the mountains, the race would take in the vineyards of Lavaux and then Lake Geneva. After about 4 hours 20 of racing and a final 3.7km climb at 6 per cent gradient, the peloton would cross the finish line in the Olympic stadium of Pontaise. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Cervelo-Bigla implement welfare measures after abuse allegations
December 08, 2018 (20:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
After recent allegations of abuse, Cervelo-Bigla will implement measures that go beyond the UCI's Code of Ethics, including an anonymous conflict resolution service from a qualified lawyer. The team was struck by controversy just over two weeks ago when several former riders went public with complaints over the conduct of team manager Thomas Campana, who was said to have bullied, intimidated, and fat-shamed riders. Campana denies the allegations. The UCI recently made updates to its Code of Ethics, effective from 1 November 2018, including 'anonymity of plaintiff' to protect victims, and dedicated reporting channels for filing complaints.ADVERTISEMENT Iris Slappendel and nine other former Bigla riders had originally taken their complaints about Campana to the UCI in 2016 but half withdrew when they found out that their names would not be anonymous and that they would be public knowledge to Campana. The Bigla team issued a statement on Saturday welcoming the changes to the UCI's Code of Ethics and announcing their own new measures. "From 1 January 2019, the team will be offering a mediation and conflict management service provided by an independent Swiss Bar Association-accredited party. A trained female lawyer will be available to all riders and staff to provide advice and conflict resolution services if the need arises," read the statement. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Freire eyes Spanish national coach vacancy
December 08, 2018 (20:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Oscar Freire has thrown his hat into the ring for the vacancy as head coach of Spain's elite men's road cycling team following the resignation of Javier Minguez last month. The 42-year-old won the World Championships for Spain on a record-equalling three occasions (1999, 2001, 2001) and is keen to use his experience to help the current crop of riders. Minguez, head coach since 2013, left his role last month after a salary dispute, in the wake of Alejandro Valverde winning the world title. The role is said to have been offered to his deputy, Pascual Momparler, but Freire is waiting in the wings.ADVERTISEMENT "My intention is to be the coach - if it's not this year then in the future," he said in an interview with Spanish news agency EFE. "It's something I'd like to do and something I believe I could do well, because the Worlds was the race that marked my career. "After spending my whole life in cycling and having been a pro, you know you can bring something else to the table. Many riders who turn pro are very good but because of one single error they can lose a World Championships. That can't happen. "A lot of the time, when I've gone to watch a race, from the sidelines you see when a rider is going badly and it's sad because without having anyone to give them advice things can't be any different." You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Erik Zabel joins Katusha-Alpecin as performance director
December 07, 2018 (20:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Katusha-Alpecin revealed their new kit for the 2019 season, and introduced their new performance director Erik Zabel and director sportif Dirk Demol, at an official presentation in at the Canyon headquarters in Koblenz, Germany. Sprinter Marcel Kittel, who says he has found extra motivation ahead of a new season, modelled the new baby blue jersey along with the team's traditional red shorts on stage. "When things go wrong, it forces you to look at how you do things and where you focus your energy," said Kittel, who had a subpar season with only two victories, both at Tirreno-Adriatico in March. Kittel was time-cut from the Tour de France and didn't finish the BinckBank Tour or Deutschland Tour. In agreement with his team, he ended his season earlier than scheduled in August. He has already kick-started the upcoming season by riding the Saitama and Shanghai Tour de France criteriums in November, and says that he is training and looking forward to 2019.ADVERTISEMENT "I am at a point where I am focusing 100% on my training and my races " I realize I need to focus on the basics. I started training early now for next season, I am feeling fresh and motivated to win again," he said. Zabel back with Katusha The team will mark its 11th season on the WorldTour with 24 riders presented on stage in Koblenz, along with Zabel, as the team's new performance director, and Demol as the team's new director sportif. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Pinarello partners with Hagens Berman Axeon
December 07, 2018 (20:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
The Hagens Berman Axeon team will race on Pinarello bikes for the next two seasons, the Italian manufacturer announced on Friday. The Pro Continental squad raced on Specialized bikes since Axel Merckx's team transitioned from Trek in 2015. Cicli Pinarello SRL said it has been "overly impressed" by the team and promised, "maximum support to try to collect numerous and prestigious successes even at a youth level". The Hagens Berman Axeon riders will compete on the Dogma F10 disc version for road races and the Bolide for time trials. Merckx's teams have been prolific feeders of talent to the WorldTour. Since he began the programme as Trek-Livestrong in 2009, 31 of Merckx's riders have earned WorldTour contracts.ADVERTISEMENT "We have always supported the new generations, so the proposal made by Axel Merckx was welcomed with great pleasure, as we will always offer our maximum technology and experience to help them achieve their goals," said Fausto Pinarello, the CEO and son of founder Giovani Pinarello. The team has retained U23 world time trial champion Mikkel Bjerg and replaced five riders who graduated to the WorldTour with fresh talent in the form of Americans Sean Quinn, Kevin Vermaertke, and Liam Holoewsko, in addition to Karel Vacek, Jakob Egholm and Andre Carvalho. "We are very excited to work with Pinarello, one of the most legendary brands in the rich history of cycling," Merckx said. "They bring so much to the table, and will allow our team to utilize the very best equipment and technology needed to develop the best young riders in the world while continuing to win races." You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Colour explosion for Van der Breggen's world champion Tarmac SL6 Disc
December 07, 2018 (20:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Specialized unveiled the new paint scheme for world champion Anna van der Breggen's Tarmac SL6 Disc onFriday, and announced that it would offer a limited run of 250 replica frames for sale to the public. It will be the bike she riders during the 2019 season with her trade team Boels Dolmans. The design is a modern explosion of colours and shapes, a big departure from the more conservative black and gold paint job of the Olympic champion's Tarmac upon which she won the world title at the UCI Road World Championships in Innsbruck in September. "The design we created for Anna pays tribute to the colors of her new jersey in a loud and exciting way " just like her race victory,"designer Ron Jones said. "We combined several elements from years past to put a new spin on what a World Champion's bike could look like. An energetic explosion of color in an all-over frame application draws the eye from front to back, giving the frame an element of speed while maintaining its brash 'In Your Face' style.ADVERTISEMENT "Just like in years past, we kept the design a secret until it was time to unveil it to Anna, leaving her with no idea of what to expect. As always, a big thanks goes to Anna for giving us the opportunity to create another World Champion's bike." Van der Breggen attacked on a climb with over 40km to go in Innsbruck and then soloed to victory a massive 3:42 ahead of Amanda Spratt, with Tatiana Guderzo taking third over five minutes back. Van der Breggen rode a TarmacDisc bike in the race for more reliable stopping power. Van der Breggen said, "I decided to ride the Tarmac Disc because you can always count on your braking system. The Tarmac is honestly perfect for the hilly races and this was the case. From the first climb, I felt that my legs were good. The breakaway went away pretty early, and I didn't have a choice, so I had to continue while remaining focused on nutrition and hydration. I also knew I had strong teammates backing me up. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
$500,000 boost for Whanganui velodrome roof ahead of public open day
December 06, 2018 (20:00) [ Indexed from New Zealand Herald ]
The bid to put a roof on Whanganui's velodrome has had a half a million dollar boost. The $500,000 grant from the Whanganui Community Foundation comes just as the Raise the VeloRoof group prepares to open the facility up to the... More...
Laura Kenny to perform for home crowd at London Track World Cup
December 06, 2018 (20:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
Laura Kenny is set to return to the Lee Valley VeloPark for the next round of the UCI Track World Cup, and she is relishing in the thought of competing in front of home fans. "You know that the crowds are going to be there and that the atmosphere is going to be amazing. It excites me, and I really do look forward to going there," Kenny said in a press release. The four-time Olympic champion has had a successful return to the Track World Cup series after taking a time off during pregnancy and to give birth to her first child.ADVERTISEMENT She has competed in the second round in Milton where she earned gold medals in the Team Pursuit and Omnium. In the third round inBerlin last weekend, she secured gold medals in the Team Pursuit and Madison. The team will be building toward qualifying for the next Olympic Games in Tokyo in 2020. Kenny won both the Team Pursuit and the Omnium at both the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games. "This is the qualification period now for the Olympics, and as a womens endurance squad were definitely heading in the right direction. For me personally, this year has gone really well," Kenny said. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
Enve's new Carbon Road Hubs are the subtlest way to burn $1,000
December 06, 2018 (20:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
This article originally appeared on BikeRadar Enve has launched an all-new version of its delightfully excessive (but actually rather stealthy) Carbon Road Hubs for 2019. While theyre still expensive, theyre a good deal cheaper than their predecessors at $1,000 and they feature a number of updates and refinements. Enves original Carbon Road Hubs used DT Swiss internals but the latest version drops these in favour of an unnamed 40t ratchet system with 9 degree engagement.ADVERTISEMENT The rear hub uses pawl-less ratchet system The hubs roll on stainless steel bearings which Enve reckons are actually better suited to the task than the ceramic hybrid bearings found in some high-end hubs. Enve claims that in simulated wet weather testing, its stainless bearings continued to run smoothly well after industry leading ceramic offerings had become crunchy. Outwardly, the hubs havent changed a great deal but the flange design has been updated with a move to a paired-spoke configuration. Enve touts the benefits of running the spokes closer to tangent to the flange, a more mechanically elegant design. You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...
British Cycling announces eSports national championship for 2019
December 06, 2018 (20:00) [ Indexed from Cyclingnews.com ]
British Cycling has agreed a two-year partnership with virtual racing and training app Zwift, which will include an 'eRacing' national championship next year, open to everyone. Both women's team Canyon-SRAM and men's WorldTour team Dimension Data have used Zwift competitions to 'talent spot' riders in the last two years. In 2016, Leah Thorvilson earned herself a contract with Canyon-SRAM, while Tanja Erath did the same last year. Ollie Jones also won a contract with Dimension Data's under-23 development team last year, and British Cycling will use their 'indoor national championships' to help find any potential future stars, too.ADVERTISEMENT "The eSports market is particularly exciting for cycling as it enables so many more people to participate and be active," Jonathan Rigby, British Cycling's commercial director, said on the federation's website. "We're thrilled to be exploring this new territory with Zwift to innovate in cycle sport. Their technology and our cycling expertise will together allow communities of cyclists to get more out of riding bikes for competition and for fun. "We're also excited about what this could mean for identifying talent," Rigby continued. "We're proud to have a wealth of gifted riders competing on the world stage and are confident that Zwift technology will enable us to unearth more future stars." You can read more at Cyclingnews.com More...

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