Tuft to end Mitchelton-Scott career at Japan Cup

Tuft to end Mitchelton-Scott career at Japan Cup

The pro road action has moved from Europe to Asia, and it’s there that Svein Tuft will bring his eight year spell with Mitchelton-Scott to a close at the Japan Cup. Mitchelton-Scott, one of five WorldTour teams at the Japan Cup, will also end its season there. The team won its first Grand Tour this […]

Sir Bradley Wiggins to host at Six Day London

Sir Bradley Wiggins to host at Six Day London

The British cycling legend will returning to the Lee Valley VeloPark that is home to so many of his achievements Bradley Wiggins at the 2016 Ghent Six Day Credit: Graham Watson Sir Bradley Wiggins will be making a return to the Lee Valley VeloPark for the Six Day London. The British Tour de France winner […]

How cyclists can adopt the flexitarian diet

How cyclists can adopt the flexitarian diet

by Madeleine Kelly A recent study in the Journal of Nature emphasizes the need to change the way humans are eating. Researchers suggest that if alterations aren’t made, by 2050 the effects of the food system could cause the planet to reach the boundaries of what is considered a safe operating space for humanity. Researchers […]

Transgender cycling world champion causes a stir among her competitors

Transgender cycling world champion causes a stir among her competitors

Last updated 09:23, October 17 2018 RACHEL MCKINNON/TWITTER Transgender woman Rachel McKinnon, centre, celebrates her first-place finish at the age-group track cycling world championships. Third-placed finisher Jennifer Wagner-Assali, right, said the result was not fair. A transgender cyclist has left one of her opponents fuming after winning an age-group world championship. Dr Rachel McKinnon, a Canadian […]

Touring with your race bike

Touring with your race bike

by Ryan Taylor Photo: Beardy Mcbeard The idea of having to ride a 40-lb. bike that handles like a dump truck is what kept me away from touring in the past. While I wanted to see new and exciting places and explore the world, I wasn’t prepared to lug around a bike that would cost […]

Biological Male Wins World Championship Event in Women's Cycling

Biological Male Wins World Championship Event in Women's Cycling

A biological male who identifies as a transgender woman won a women’s world championship cycling event Sunday in California. Rachel McKinnon, an assistant professor of philosophy at the College of Charleston in South Carolina, won the women’s 35-39 age bracket at the 2018 UCI Masters Track Cycling World Championships in Los Angeles. McKinnon, representing Canada, bested Carolien Van […]

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