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Cycling news and results from the Rest of the World.

The UCI Continental Circuits Chronicle

– Race of the month – Yohann Gene (Direct Energie) of France won La Tropicale Amissa Bongo for the second time, as the UCI Africa Tour event celebrated its 12th edition.The seven-stage UCI 2.1 race in Gabon, on the west...

Haedo and Winder grab wins on Stage 2 of Joe Martin Stage Race

Winder Makes it Two for Two The women’s team went into stage two knowing that they would have to defend the leaders jersey, and defend it they did.  With patience, and strategically protecting Winder all day the team was able...

Adam de Vos Wins Joe Martin Stage Race Prologue

Rally Cycling delivered a dominant performance in today’s Joe Martin Stage Race prologue, the first USA Cycling Pro Road Tour event of the season, with Adam de Vos and Rob Britton finishing first and second. The prologue is one...

Women’s Madison brings parity to Track Cycling Worlds

The Madison is one of the oldest and most exciting events in track racing, with the Men's Madison traditionally closing out the UCI Track Cycling World Championships. For the 2017 Championships in Hong Kong (April 12-16), a Women's Madison...

Garrison Gains Gent-Wevelgem Podium

(March 28, 2017) – The U23 men’s program began the spring racing season with a bang as Ian Garrison (Decatur, Ga./AXEON Hagens Berman) finished second in a sprint finish at the single-day U23 Gent-Wevelgem on Sunday in Belgium. Finishing in...

Asian nations gaining strength on the track

When the UCI Track Cycling World Championships presented by Tissot get underway in Hong Kong on April 12th, it will be only the second time the event has taken place in Asia, after Japan in 1990, at Green Dome...

Summerhill wins stage, moves into yellow at Tour of Taiwan

Quotes from Danny Summerhill: "I felt really good today. I've had a great time racing at the Tour of Taiwan. My team did a great job racing as a unit and clearly it paid off with a victory, which is...

Descending skills a winning formula

Superior descending skills proved to be the winning formula for Dunedin’s Brad Evans and Christchurch cyclist Sharlotte Lucas, who broke the women’s course record in today’s 100 kilometre Christchurch to Akaroa cycle race, Le Race. Evans rode a smart tactical...

Alabama Cycling Classic to feature Sunny King Crit

A blend of cycling, eats, treats and tunes return April 8-9 for the annual spring street party in Anniston, the Noble Street Festival and Sunny King Criterium. The weekend will feature two days of amateur and professional bicycle racing,...

Team UAE scores historic win with Rui Costa

Who else could have obtained the victory "number 1" in Team UAE's history but the world champion in Florence 2013 Rui Costa? 23 days after the press conference which launched the activity of the team, where the Portuguese rider stated...
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