In scathing written evidence and subsequent testimony delivered to British Parliament Tuesday, Olympic and world champion Nicole Cooke accused British Cycling leaders of systemic sexism, conflicts of interest, a lack of accountability, misuse of public funds, ignoring evidence of doping, and extensive misgovernance. (Velo News)
Retired Welsh cyclist Nicole Cooke takes aim at disparities in treatment of male and female riders, and male leadership overall. (Bicycling Magazine)
British Cycling has responded to Nicole Cooke’s damning evidence of sexism in the organisation with a statement that it is “absolutely committed to resolving the historic gender imbalance in our sport”. (Cycling Weekly)
Officially the UCI is requiring that disc brake rotors to be used in the pro peloton are to have edges that are “not 90°“ (Bike Rumor)
In keeping with the 2016 program, participants will be asked to complete a range of group rides, training rides, and structured training programs. The biggest change for 2017 will be the introduction of “eRacing” to the semi-final stage in November. (Velo News)
Kiel Reijnen’s time at team camp has him excited for the new season, despite a healthy shot of jet lag and the return to tough routine. (Velo News)
It’s a new division for the brand created so they could do more creative projects and share some unique, limited run products.
In the future, it may also be a way for teams or athletes to throw a design on there to raise money for the team. (Bike Rumor)
Zwift users can now challenge themselves by racing around a mix of three new routes aptly called the Volcano, Volcano CCW, and Volcano Flat. (Capo Velo)
Stars line-up for race’s WorldTour debut. (CyclingNews.com)
Tom Boonen has become the first rider to use disc brakes in the UCI’s restarted trial of the technology, riding a Specialized Venge ViAS Disc. (Cycling Weekly)
A state legislator in Montana has set out plans to ban cyclists from riding on rural roads without a shoulder or cycle lane, and make them ride single file. (Cycling Weekly)
25-year-old American Ian Boswell has been given his first chance to lead a major stage race for Team Sky, and says it’s a ‘pivotal point’ in his career. (Cycling Weekly)
Ride Media interviews Katarina Sagan at the Tour Down Under.
Continue reading Video: Talking cycling with Katarina Sagan
Semi-wireless 11-speed electronic groupset launched after five years of development. (road.cc)
In January 2010, things were looking pretty grim for Edge Composites. (Cycling Tips)
There’s a cycling nirvana waiting to be explored on Portugal’s south coast. (Bike Radar)
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Watch the final kilometers and the sprint finish of the Vualta a San Juan, Stage 1.
Continue reading Vuelta a San Juan: Stage 1 – Final Kilometers and Sprint Finish
Colombian Fernando Gaviria sprinted to victory in stage 1 of Vuelta de San Juan, but his win was overshadowed by confusion in the final two kilometers as part of the peloton missed a turn in the run to the line in San Juan, Argentina.
Video: Final Kilometers and Sprint Finish – Boonen Leads Out Gaviria
Video: Riders Miss Turn in Final Kilometers
Late changes cause chaos at Vuelta a San Juan (CyclingNews.com)