Archive for the ‘Cycling’ Category


This Valentine’s Day, surprise the cyclist in your life with the thoughtful gift of a ( ), a stylish and high-quality bicycle cover that keeps bikes protected from the elements all year round. Of equal appeal for him and her, the BikeParka is ideal for anyone you love, who also loves their bicycle! It […]

The best ways to keep fit this winter

Winter means shorter days, frigid temperatures, and foul weather. It’s easy to retreat indoors and hibernate until the return of spring – but winter sports actually have many benefits. They can help you burn calories, increase your cardiovascular fitness and strengthen muscles. Not to mention, being outside and working up a sweat helps to beat […]

The Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris 2016 : the race has already begun!

Key points: ·         Génération Marateens mobilizes 450 Parisian children ·         The Haribo Marathoon’s, the kids are also invited to the party! ·         Paris Breakfast Run: experience the most beautiful city in the world in a different way   Génération Marateens mobilizes 450 Parisian children There are many exciting things happening during the first edition of […]

Tour of Oman 2016: D-1 : All eyes on green mountain

The 7th edition of the Tour of Oman will feature an impressive line-up of riders: a former World Champion, a winner of all three Grand Tours and classics specialists that have been often crowned in Spring. Men that will be battling it out during six tough stages of racing including the climb up terrible Green […]

Tour of Qatar 2016: Stage 3 : Unstoppable Boasson Hagen

The Tour of Qatar has a new boss. Thanks to his outstanding performance on the day’s 11.4-km time-trial, Edvald Boasson Hagen not only captured his first ever success in Qatar, beating Van Emden and Quinziato, he also took a solid command of the general classification. Despite an excellent 7th fastest time today, Mark Cavendish sees […]

Release of ‘Meet The Makers’

The second installment in the 6-piece cinematic documentary series introduces Soho Bikes, Soho’s local bike shop started by World Champion Mountain Biker Rob Warner and business partner Nick Hawker. A new take on the independent coffee shops that have made home on Berwick Street, follow Soho Bikes story as the biker’s escape in the middle […]


The route of the 4th Arctic Race of Norway, which will be held from August 11th to 14th, was released this morning in Oslo. After traveling through the paradise islands of Lofoten and Versterålen in 2013, then leading the peloton all the way to the North Cape in 2014 before continuing its exploration of the […]


The 2015 edition of the Tour de France Saitama Critérium will offer a few innovations, with a program that will now feature an individual time-trial. In addition to the riders from the Tour de France and Japan’s best, the time-trial will be open to para-cycling riders and female cyclists… SAITAMA ALSO WELCOMES THE LADIES… Cycling […]

TOUR DE FRANCE 2015 Vuillermoz delivers first French win

Alexis Vuillermoz delivers the first French stage victory of the 2015 Tour de France one year after another AG2R-La Mondiale, Blel Kadri, paved the way for his compatriots one year ago. He counter-attacked after an acceleration by Chris Froome 800 metres before the top of Mûr de Bretagne and surprised Dan Martin who started his […]

TOUR DE FRANCE 2015 Rodriguez King of the Mur, Froome back in yellow

The 2012 winner of the Flèche wallonne Joaquim «Purito» Rodriguez of Katusha found the way to glory again atop the Mur de Huy on a crash marred stage. Runner up Chris Froome (Sky) took the yellow jersey with an advantage of only one second over Tony Martin (Etixx-Quick Step) who missed out on the lead […]