WEDNESDAY 22 OCTOBER 2014
For the first time in Tour de France history the legendary Alpe d'Huez will be climbed on the penultimate stage of the 2015 edition before the final procession in Paris.Full Story
The best and the worst. The warts and all. The highs and the lows. Whatever they were, wherever they happened, over the next few weeks we’re going to put forward our candidates for the performances of the year 2014. And where better to start, but a group of riders that have probably defined this season more than any other: The youth.Full Story
The future of the Jayco Herald Sun Tour has been secured with the Victorian Government and sponsor Jayco committing a further three years of funding.
TUESDAY 21 OCTOBER 2014
A shambolic approval process, a wavering commitment from the NSW state government, and the sheer exhaustion of the driving force behind it, Phill Bates, has seen the NSW Grand Prix series finally be called to a halt.Full Story
It was a bitter and tragic weekend for the Kenyan Riders team when their star rider John Njorge Muya was killed in action during a stage race in the Philippines.Full Story
The Amgen Tour of California has extended on its existing invitational women's time trial event, today announcing an additional three-day professional stage race in 2015.Full Story
MONDAY 20 OCTOBER 2014
The race series which kicks off the Australian summer of cycling will begin on 2 January with a change of format designed to encourage better racing.
SUNDAY 19 OCTOBER 2014
Ruth Corset (Holden Women’s Cycling) has capped off an impressive 2014 season, winning overall honours in the Tour of the Goldfields to seal her individual crown in the Subaru National Road Series.Full Story