At the BIT International Tourism Exchange trade show in Milan, the Israel Government Tourist Office in cooperation with RCS Sport, publishing house and official organizer of the Giro d'Italia, is hosting a themed corner at the Israeli booth (Pad 4, B63 - C62) to celebrate the race’s ‘Big Start’.
Cycling fans can begin plotting their roadside viewing points along the 2018 Amgen Tour of California route, announced today by AEG, owner and presenter of the 13th annual race.
Marc Pro, creators of electronic muscle recovery and conditioning devices that maximize training, help prevent injury and deliver pain relief, announces Title Sponsorship of the Marc Pro Cycling Team presented by Gym One.
Rudy Project North America, exclusive distributors of Italian-made endurance sports gear, asserted its dominance in the road cycling world this week by announcing a new sponsorship between Rudy Project and the Lotto Soudal cycling team for the 2018 season
DARYL IMPEY is the new king of Adelaide after taking the Santos Ochre Winner’s Jersey on the city’s streets on Sunday afternoon, while the Be Safe Be Seen MAC Stage 6 was taken out by André Greipel (Lotto Soudal) from Caleb Ewan (Mitchelton-SCOTT) and Peter Sagan (BORA-hansgrohe).
BORA-hansgrohe riders Jay McCarthy and Peter Sagan finished third and fourth respectively.
IT WAS a sprint to the line between the who’s who of Santos Tour Down Under sprint talent, with reigning triple UCI World Road Champion Peter Sagan claiming the line to kickstart the 20th edition of Australia’s Greatest Cycling Race.
For the first time in its history CANNONDALE FACTORY RACING (CFR) will partner with SHIMANO
Quick-Step Floors Cycling Team’s multinational roster of stars including Luxembourg’s Bob Jungels, Czech Republic’s Zdenek Stybar, France’s Julian Alaphilippe, Colombia’s Fernando Gaviria and former World Champion, Belgium’s Phillipe Gilbert will all be gunning for victory this season with PRO’s VIBE handlebar and stem adorning their Specialized Venge, Tarmac and Roubaix frames.
An inspiring, heartfelt, and remarkable story of a young man from Africa determined to beat huge odds to become a pro continental cyclist, has come to a happy ending when Israel Cycling Academy signed Awet Gebremedhin, a refugee from Eritrea, for the next two seasons.