Alice Springs Cycling Club leads the way

Alice Springs Cycling Club (ASCC) celebrated its 50th-anniversary last year; leading the way in the Northern Territory with a strong mix of social, racing and gran fondos, to cater for the different communities it represents. The Northern Territory has highest...

Flanders – The last one standing for Team Orica-Scott

In its first five years of existence, ORICA-SCOTT has conquered four of the five monuments of cycling. Just the Tour of Flanders remains. This Sunday, the Australian outfit starts with one of its strongest line ups in history, looking to...

Edmondson takes powerful sprint victory in Pajot Hills Classic

Wiggle High5 Pro Cycling’s Nettie Edmondson won the second edition Pajot Hills Classic in Gooik, Belgium, with a sprint that pulled her clear of her rivals on the uphill finishing straight. The Australian former double Track World Champion crossed...

Alpine Resort announced as naming rights partner for Baw Baw Classic

The Warragul Cycling Club are delighted to announce that the Mt Baw Baw Alpine Resort will again be naming rights sponsors of the regions iconic Baw Baw Classic. The resort hosts the finish of the gruelling 103 kilometre event, which...

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...

Driedaagse De Panne-Koksijde. Kristoff powers up winning sprint

A strong sprint straight up the left-hand side of the course in Koksijde gave Team KATUSHA ALPECIN’S Alexander Kristoff his sixth win of the season and provided a boost of confidence for Sunday’s Tour of Flanders. “I sort of led...

Philippe Gilbert solos to victory on De Panne opening day

Philippe Gilbert became the first Belgian Champion to win a stage at Driedaagse De Panne-Koksijde since 2005, following an audacious display on the queen-stage of the race and an equally impressive amount of work from teammate Dries Devenyns, who...

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...

Teenage trio set for World Championship debut

Four reigning and five former world champions punctuate the selections for Team Australia for the 2017 UCI World Championships in Hong Kong. However in superb signs for Australian track cycling, teenagers Courtney Field, 19, (VIC), Kelland O’Brien, 18, (VIC) and...

The UCI Women’s WorldTour Chronicle

– What happened? – Four races, four winners from four different teams: the UCI Women's WorldTour is full of variety this season after Lotta Lepistö (Cervelo-Bigla Pro Cycling Team) beat Jolien D'Hoore (Wiggle High5) in a true Photo Finish at...