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Sign up to our FeedStation newsletter, we won’t overfeed your inbox – but we will keep it well hydrated with the latest news from the cycling world, product – bike tests, social ride details, trip launch details – training, travel and general tips we’ve learnt from years of travelling to the pro races.
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Ciao Pat, Grace and The Team
Ciao! The wait is finally over, the 2018 Giro d’Italia is here. The first Grand Tour of the season, the 101st Giro d’Italia starts today in Jerusalem. The Giro d’Italia is an exciting time each year as we transition from the powerful Spring Classics races, to the Grand Tours. We enjoy this part of the season as […]
This great video shows Team Sky and Chris Froome as they prepare for the upcoming 2018 Giro d’Italia. We found it particularly interesting to see the amount of support and preparation the team provides to the best rider in the world on his training ride. If Chris can indeed win the Giro d’Italia, he will […]
The Tour de France has announced Nice, on France’s Cote d’Azur will be the host of the 2020 Grand Depart for the Tour de France, following on from Brussels as the 2019 host. The announcement was made by the tour director, Christian Prudhomme at the completion of the yesterdays Paris – Nice race. Nice last […]
The Strada Bianchi, “White Roads”, Spring Classics mens and womens races are a favourite of ours, they are this coming weekend. The 184km race for the men, 136km for the women start and finish in Siena, Italy. The normally 68km of white dirt roads for the men, 30km for the women are white for an entirely different […]
By Coach Jo Freil. More from super coach Jo, in regard to the importance of sleep for athletes and cycling Athletes. Sleep hard to train harder. “One thing I seldom pass up in the daily bustle is sleep. In Part 1 on this topic I railed against athletes having so many responsibilities in their […]