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What happened to Johnny Hoogerland?

Every cycling fan has an early, defining moment of their introduction to the sport. Most of these will involve the Tour de France, whether it’s mystical tales of Merckx or Hinaut, Greg LeMond beating Lauren Fignon by eight seconds...

Fitness under lockdown – What now?

Professional riders around the world have scaled back their training in light of the Covid-19 pandemic, not knowing when they will next be able to test their form in a race. And so should you. Whether you race on the...

Cyclist uses daily exercise to pay tribute to NHS workers with unique Strava art

A cyclist has used his daily exercise to pay tribute to the NHS with some touching Strava art. Adam Bronkhurst, from Shoreham-by-Sea near Brighton, spent just under an hour on his 12-mile ride still spell out NHS on the social...

Enve launches ‘more accessibly priced’ Foundation Collection wheels

Enve, the performance wheel brand which makes all of its rims in-house in Ogden, Utah, has launched a new collection aimed at providing its highly regarded products at a lower price point. The wheel manufacturer is fiercely proud of its innovations...

Easter deals to brighten up an already sunny long weekend

Lockdown continues across the UK as we head into a sunny Easter weekend – but sticking to social isolation rules doesn’t mean missing out on bank holiday weekend deals. A host of retailers are advertising savings to celebrate the four...

Cyclist sues Bianchi for £1m after his forks snapped during sportive

A cyclist is suing bike builder Bianchi for £1m after his forks snapped during a sportive, leaving him with brain damage. Donald O’Driscoll, 55, was riding in the 2015 Velothon Wales when the forks on his £800 Bianchi Via Nirone...

Welsh street has lost its title as steepest in the world

The Welsh street crowned steepest in the world has now lost its title after an appeal. Ffordd Pen Llech in the town of Harlech, North Wales was handed the title in the summer of 2019 after Guinness World Record officials...

Box Hill closed during Easter weekend to prevent spread of coronavirus

Box Hill will be closed during the Easter weekend to prevent the spread of coronavirus. The National Trust has announced that the iconic Zig Zag road climb to the top of Box Hill will be closed from Friday to Monday...

Rollers vs turbo trainers: which is better?

A couple of years ago, I decided that I was allergic to turbo trainers. The discovery of my unfortunate affliction occurred after several angst filled weeks where, following a new FTP test result, I just couldn’t hit the power values...

Canyon enters e-road bike market with new Endurace:ON AL

Canyon has joined the e-road bike market with its first powered drop bar bike: the Canyon Endurace:ON AL. The new addition to Canyon’s electric bike family – now six in total – follows one month after the touring, trekking and...

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Senior Bowl Quarterbacks

The Senior Bowl serves as the unofficial start of the draft season. This week, I'll be bringing you previews of the quarterbacks, running backs...