The Dutch Pro-Continental team has opted for the use of disc brakes for the entire season, stating that the increased performance of disc brakes is the reason for the shift. Read more
The 2018 UCI Road World Championships venue has been announced by the UCI Management Committee at the UCI Cyclo-Cross World Championships in Heusden-Zolder, Belgium.
The Dubai Tour is over for another year and Marcel Kittel came out on top over a disappointed Giacomo Nizzolo. Michael Rogers was forced to abandon after only stage 2.
To acknowledge the increased popularity of mass participation cycling races the UWCT has changed its name to the UCI Gran Fondo World Series that count as qualifying events for the World Championships event held in Perth in September.
Road bikes with disc brakes are flooding the market, usually in the endurance space. While it's clearly not race legal yet, Peter Rox took the Macini Criterium Disc for review.
The TCR's reputation as a high quality race bike is well established. Pat Howard took the new look, slimmed down 2016 model for a spin to see if the legacy continues.
The Cayo is an intriguing bike, it's often described as an endurance model, but sharing very similar geometry to their Izalco, it doesn’t look like one. Luke Meers spent some time reviewing the 2016 Cayo Ultegra to see how it performs.
There are many mantras when it comes to preparation, and most hold true. We sat down with Cameron Meyer to talk about his own count down to race day.
Strength training for cycling ... do you really need it? Sarah Wright from Mark Fenner's Watt Factory has the answers.
The tour may be won in the alps, but it's not just the uphill that can determine the winner. Descending with confidence and speed is integral to superlative performance. The speed doctor has some tips on how it's done.
It almost seems unfathomable that a healthy cyclist would be at risk of poor bone health, but recent studies are prompting some to action.
Protein is the buzz word for many an athlete and while thoughts of all things protein instantly turn to protein powders and slabs of steak the truth is that you cannot go past the humble egg.
For many of us, fish equals brain food but for cyclists fish also represents a significant source of lean protein and depending on the type of fish you choose, a great source of nature’s anti-inflammatory omega free fats. So how often do we really need to eat fish to get all the health benefits and what are the best types for us to maximise these benefits?
Spectacular scenery, challenging routes and great people; the Tour of New Zealand is an attractive eight day stage race just a stone’s throw away. We joined 300 riders (including 80 internationals) in the 2015 Tour.
There can be few places to match Cappadocia in Turkey when it comes to sheer visual drama and depth of history. Steve Thomas rides out through this ‘middle earth’ wonderland.
More than 900 kilometres of suffering and splendour, that’s the Haute Route Dolomites & Swiss Alp stage-sportive. Steve Thomas rides shotgun through Europe’s most dynamic mountains.
Changes afoot for the Rocky Trail Rollercoaster series - 2016 will be the year of Superflow!
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Odyssey and the 2016 event promises to be more inclusive than ever.