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Cycling now part of 2020 Paralympics

February 4, 2015 by Featured ,News

Cycling will be part of the Paralympic Games 2020 in Tokyo , despite initially being left off the list of sports, the International Cycling Union ( UCI ) confirmed this. “Cycling is part of the Paralympic program in which it has been part of the Games over 30 years ago,” said the UCI. When the … Read More

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Fuji Transonic

February 2, 2015 by News

Wild-card entry NetApp-Endura helped develop Fuji’s first true aero road bike, the new Transonic. The frame is a sub-1,000-gram chassis and Fuji claims it helps save team riders 10 watts of valuable power at normal pack speeds, compared to its Altamira race bike. NetApp runs Shimano Dura-Ace component groups with direct-mount brakes, and relies on … Read More

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Australia’s Mt Buller MTB festival is now open for registration

January 28, 2015 by Featured ,News

Australia – Presented by Orbea, MTB festival signature mountain bike event Mt Buller is now open for registration. Mountain bikers are set for the biggest event in the calendar of occupied Mt Buller MTB Festival Bike Buller on March 7 to 9. Taking place over the long weekend (Victorian Labor Day) on Mt Buller’s world … Read More

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Winston-Salem to be site of elite U.S. Olympic cycling training facility

January 26, 2015 by Featured ,News

USA Cycling is confirming a site in downtown Winston-Salem, N.C., has been selected as the home for an elite U.S. Olympic cycling training facility. The Winston-Salem Journal reported USACycling spokesman Kevin Loughery confirmed the site will serve as a training center. Loughery said there are 19 cycling training sites around the country and three U.S. training facilities. USA Cycling serves as the sport’s national … Read More

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Le Tour heats up with tougher new route

January 26, 2015 by Featured ,News

Philippines – The Union Cycliste Internationale ( UCI ) sanctioned race Le Tour Pilipinas is returning to the summer capital with a tougher route. In recent years, the Tour made ​​its way to the city of Baguio by Ambuclao road but this time, cyclists are up against a greater challenge as they make their way … Read More

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Ireland – The Biking Blitz is open for registration

January 21, 2015 by News

Ireland – The Biking Blitz is an Irish national mountain bike series for beginners, great for starters looking to experience a far away trail. The fifth edition of the exciting Biking Blitz Series kicks off in February 2015 with events taking place in Wicklow, Limerick, Galway and Dublin. The Biking Blitz is a mass start … Read More

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Korea will compete in international cycling competition with its neighbor Japan vying for medals this month

January 20, 2015 by News

Korea will compete in international cycling competition with its neighbor Japan later this month country. Titled ” Third Korea-Japan CyclingCompetition,“ the best cyclists in both countries are set to compete from 26-28 of Jan, according to the Korea Racing Association Cycle. The competition will take place at the Velodrome Keiokaku in Tokyo , Japan. In … Read More

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Philippines young national team competes in Le Tour Filipinas

January 19, 2015 by News

A young but strong national team anchored by the current champion and veteran Juan Marcos Lexer Galedo lead the campaign of the country in the sixth edition of Le Tour Philippines scheduled February 1 to 4. Galedo is the oldest in the national team PhilCycling at 29, but has a proven tracj record. He won … Read More

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Cycle Asia wants engagement with the cycling community

January 19, 2015 by News

SINGAPORE – The renaming of Asia Cycle series, including Cycle Singapore Asia formerly known as OCBC Cycle Singapore will see a renewed focus on increasing community participation to grow the sport of cycling in the region. Bring back the slogan ” Anyone Can Ride” – last used in 2009 – for the seventh edition of … Read More

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