News21 Sep 2014

Geolocation and cameras to be used at road world championships

The International Cycling Union (UCI) is continuing its season long technological experimentation with on-bike geolocation and cameras to be tested at its world championships in Ponferrada, Spain.

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News21 Sep 2014

Gerrans sees Ponferrada as his best ever world championship chance

Simon Gerrans has never before headed into a world championships with the type of blistering form he's carrying into Spain.

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News21 Sep 2014

Bevin and Skerritt hold on to Vie13 National Capital Tour lead

Ben Dyball and Ruth Corset won the day after conquering Stage 2 of the Vie13 National Capital Tour as Patrick Bevin and Ellen Skerritt stayed close to retain their  overall leads.

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News21 Sep 2014

Oldest post war Tour de France stage winner dies

Pino Cerami the oldest stage winner in the Tour de France since World War II has died aged 92 after a long illness his family revealed on Saturday.

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SATURDAY 20 SEPTEMBER 2014

News20 Sep 2014

Contador to attempt Giro, Tour double

Vuelta a Espana winner Alberto Contador has announced he will attempt to win both the Giro d’Italia and Tour de France in 2015.

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News20 Sep 2014

Orica-GreenEDGE aiming for TTT gold

Australian outfit Orica-GreenEDGE has won bronze and silver in the team time trial at the past two world championships and now it wants the gold medal.

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News20 Sep 2014

Bevin and Skerritt set Canberra tour pace

Patrick Bevin (Health.com.au/Search2Retain) has upstaged Joe Cooper (Avanti Racing Team) on the opening stage of the Vie13 National Capital Tour.

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News20 Sep 2014

Spain hopes for world championship unity as challengers line up

At last year's world championships, Joaquim Rodriguez was left crying on the podium after his team mate Alejandro Valverde had failed to cover eventual champion Rui Costa's late attack.

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News20 Sep 2014

Australia set for world championship success

Australia could be set for a successful cycling world championships in Spain with Orica-GreenEDGE riders Simon Gerrans and Caleb Ewan among the favourites.

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FRIDAY 19 SEPTEMBER 2014

News19 Sep 2014

Kerrison signs with BMC Development team for 2015

Jesse Kerrison will join the BMC Development team in 2015, leaving the Subaru National Road Series behind as he tries to make the big time in Europe.

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News19 Sep 2014

Why do we still hear people joke about hitting cyclists?

Monash University Academic and Amy Gillett Foundation Researcher, Marilyn Johnson, questions the flippancy with which cycling safety is treated by some in the media, and posits; can casual comments of derision feed a dangerous culture on our roads?

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THURSDAY 18 SEPTEMBER 2014

News18 Sep 2014

Voigt cruises to new hour mark

Jens Voigt set a new world record for the coveted hour, covering 51.115 kilometres at the Velodrome Suisse in Grenchen, to write his name in the history books.

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News18 Sep 2014

Podcast: Vuelta, Worlds, Kerrison and 'that' kit

Philip Gomes and Al Hinds talk Vuelta a Espana, the UCI Road World Championships, catch up with BMC Development team bound Jesse Kerrison, and muse on the subject of the week - that kit, all in this week's Cycling Central Podcast.

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News18 Sep 2014

Froome to lead Brits in Ponferrada, Valverde takes up Spanish cause

Fresh off the Vuelta a España, Chris Froome and Alejandro Valverde will return to racing at the UCI Road World Championships, in Ponferrada, Spain.

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WEDNESDAY 17 SEPTEMBER 2014

News17 Sep 2014

The lost years: Closing a curtain on Matt Goss's time at GreenEDGE

Matt Goss's time at Orica-GreenEDGE started with so much promise, but ultimately failed to deliver. Cycling Central investigates why.

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