American magazine Sport Illustrated has published an investigative story with new accustations that Lance Armstrong, its former Athlete of the Year, doped to win the Tour de France. The Texan will roll with it, but a sterner test still awaits.
The ProTeam jerseys
So, the racing has started at the Tour Down Under and the Tour de San Luis and all the ProTeams’ jerseys are on display. Here’s the quick Procycling guide to help you spot the teams in the 2011 Smartie-coloured chaos…
2011 Giro glove range has landed
Giro’s range of gloves for 2011 on sale now – but it might be a bit chilly for them at the moment
So there it is – Team Leopard-Trek launched to the world. There weren’t any ground-breaking revelations, but media interest in the team hit fever pitch in Luxembourg today.
It’s the New Year and there’s an excellent new issue of Procycling on the shelves to see off the January blues.
With the UK’s experiencing the coldest December in 100 years, Procycling’s pre-Christmas bike rides have been a perfect testing ground for winter clothing.
The pro peloton has fully adopted compression wear over the last couple of seasons, from long socks to sleep suits, so we thought we should give it a try too. The benefit is said to be much improved recovery achieved by stimulating blood flow to the muscles.
It’s open – the first Paris Roubaix sportive…
What the pros, managers and officials want from Santa this year
We’ve been thinking about what people in the cycling world might be hoping for this Christmas…
Vote Mark Cavendish Sports Personality of the Year
We made Mark Cavendish our Man of the Year mostly because of his results in 2010 but also because he has personality. And as Samuel L Jackson’s character Jules Winnfield said in Pulp Fiction, “personality goes a long way.”