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The year of magic Zwifting

When the first lockdown took hold in March, hundreds of thousands of riders across the globe took to Zwift – many of them for the first time. Through spring and much of the summer, racing in the virtual world...

Tour de France broadcaster NBC Sports will shut down by the end of the...

Montauban - France - wielrennen - cycling - radsport - cyclisme - Illustration picture media television pictured during stage 6 of the 2016 Tour de France from Arpajon-sur-Cère to Montauban, 187.00 km - photo VK/PN/Cor...

Calgarian advocates for safer cycling link between Airdrie and Calgary

A Calgarian bicycle path advocate said he intends to reach out to Airdrie City council to explore the feasibility of providing a safer cycling link between the two cities. A Calgarian bicycle lane...

Comox Valley Cycling Coalition advocates wider bridge – Comox Valley Record

If a 6th Street multi-use bridge ever comes into fruition, the Comox Valley Cycling Coalition hopes it will be widened a little further than what’s being proposed. The group is concerned that...

Simon Carr ready to impress at EF Eduction-Nippo

Simon Carr took victory on his final outing of the 2020 season to earn himself a WorldTour contract with EF Education-Nippo for this season. He joins Hugh Carthy as the only other British rider on the US-registered team.The 22-year-old Briton...

Santos Festival of Cycling rides into SA

Tomorrow kicks off the Santos Festival of Cycling which will see a number of bike races traveling through Adelaide, the Barossa Valley, Adelaide Hills and Fleurieu Peninsula with never before seen start and finish lines across South Australia. There...

Cycling enthusiast making Hersey Lake trails accessible

Once you start doing sports and you see its benefits, it becomes hard to stop, says a local cycling enthusiast. Born and raised in Timmins, Yves Viel, 51, is passionate about sports. He...

Chester youngster receives adapted trike allowing her to enjoy cycling for the first time

Isla (far right) and her family have been able to get out and...

Peel-Harvey Estuary path among projects in WA Liberals’ cycling commitment | Mandurah Mail

The WA Liberals have committed a share of $500,000 to planning a shared cycling path around the Peel-Harvey Estuary ahead of the state election in March.The funding pledge comes on the back of an overall $81.3 million promise from...

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