News23 Jul 2014

Amy's Otway Classic set for Great Ocean ride

As the world celebrates international Women's Cycling Week, The Amy Gillett Foundation and Cycling Australia today launched the inaugural Amy's Otway Classic, the sixth event on the Subaru National Road Series calendar.

Full Story
News23 Jul 2014

Preview: Tour de France Stage 17

In twenty-four hours, from the longest day of the Tour to the shortest. But quite possibly, also the hardest.

Full Story
News23 Jul 2014

Guest blog: The greatest performance enhancer is...

Former Olympic and professional team-mate Scott McGrory defines the ingredient that has been missing until now in Michael Rogers.

Full Story
News23 Jul 2014

Van Garderen hoping to bounce back after tough day

Tejay van Garderen couldn't keep pace with his rivals on Stage 16 of the Tour de France, slipping down the general classification and further away from the podium.

Full Story
News23 Jul 2014

Aussie Watch: Stage 16

Tuesday 22 July will be etched in Michael Rogers's memory forever as the day his childhood dream came true, with the Australian winning Stage 16 of the Tour de France.

Full Story
News23 Jul 2014

Pinot strikes blow to Bardet in young-gun battle

Thibaut Pinot struck the first significant blow to his best young rider rival Romain Bardet as the Tour de France reached the Pyrenees on Tuesday.

Full Story
News23 Jul 2014

Gerrans withdraws from Tour de France

Australian champion Simon Gerrans will not ride to Paris with the Orica-GreenEDGE rider withdrawing from the Tour de France.

Full Story
News23 Jul 2014

Mental changes key to Rogers's Tour victory

Michael Rogers said he had learnt lessons when serving a temporary doping suspension that helped him win his first Tour de France stage.

Full Story
News23 Jul 2014

Rogers solos to first Tour de France victory

Australia’s Michael Rogers continued his season of redemption with a victory on the 16th stage of the Tour de France.

Full Story

TUESDAY 22 JULY 2014

News22 Jul 2014

Costa withdraws from Tour de France

World champion Rui Costa has withdrawn from the Tour de France due to pneumonia, his Lampre-Merida team said in a statement.

Full Story
News22 Jul 2014

Preview: Tour de France Stage 16

At 237.5 kilometres, the longest leg of Le Tour. And, for the final 100km, a near carbon copy of Stage 15 from the 2010 Tour... You do remember 'Chain-gate', don't you?

Full Story
News22 Jul 2014

Wiggins fired up by Commonwealth challenge

Team England's Bradley Wiggins insists he is fired up for the Commonwealth Games despite having decided to race only one of a possible four events in Glasgow.

Full Story
News22 Jul 2014

Van Garderen thinks he can win the Tour, just not this year

American Tejay Van Garderen believes he can win the Tour de France but admits he will have to wait at least another year.

Full Story
News22 Jul 2014

Nibali having an easy ride on doping questions

On the first rest day of the Tour de France, Team Sky boss Dave Brailsford wondered why Vincenzo Nibali was being let off the hook over cycling's doping problem after last year's champion Chris Froome was grilled multiple times on the matter.

Full Story
News22 Jul 2014

Valverde ready to pounce if Nibali falters

Alejandro Valverde will not give up hope of winning the Tour de France despite Vincenzo Nibali's commanding lead.

Full Story
ADVERTISEMENT

The latest on cycling central

Keep up with Cycling Central

ADVERTISEMENT
PROMOTION