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Ashton Lambie – The Pursuit

Ashton Lambie comes across as a relaxed and sort of hipster-ish kind of guy, with a handlebar moustache and a country-folk vibe about him. The Nebraska-born track cyclist, who recently broke the world record in the Individual Pursuit, also has an exacting edge; a need to be meticulous, on-target and perfect. His attention to detail comes from his background in music: a pianist whose precision while playing the keys with his fingertips has somehow translated into pedalling on the track with his l...


George Bennett: A couple of times I've thought about throwing away cycling

After turning professional in 2012, George Bennett has risen through the cycling ranks, with the 2018 season proving to be one of his best to date. In May, the 28-year-old LottoNL-Jumbo rider took his best-ever Grand Tour result with eighth place at the Giro d’Italia. He finished outside the top 10 in just two of the seven stages races he started throughout the year. In 2017 he won the Tour of California. However, a few years ago he toyed with the thought of quitting the sport.  Bennett has be...


TJ Eisenhart finds balance in his painting - Gallery

Taylor TJ Eisenharts skills on the bike are well known. The Utah native has been racing with USA Cyclings development and national teams since adolescence, most recently plying his game on the US and international circuits with Pro Continental team Holowesko-Citadel. But theres another, lesser-known aspect of Eisenharts talent that hes been nurturing for just as long, if not longer, and which is now providing balance to the sometimes hectic, singularly focused life of a professional athlete. M...


Bouchard-Hall: Leaving a brighter future at USA Cycling

Come January, Derek Bouchard-Halls time as the CEO and President of USA Cycling will be at an end. The Americans three-and-a-half-year tenure has run alongside declining interest and participation in racing, a harsh financial climate, and a nation of fans still dealing with the sports turbulent doping past. As part of Cyclingnews Tour of Colorado, we sat down with Bouchard-Hall to talk about his time in charge, the challenges ahead, and whether he leaves USA Cycling in better health. Derek Bouc...


WorldTour team bike guide 2019

The 2018 season saw each WorldTour team stick with the same bike brands they used in 2017. For 2019, nearly a quarter of the 18 teams have struck new bike sponsorship deals, with one Belgian manufacturer returning to the top tier of the sport for the first time since 2011. The biggest bike brands have a merry-go-round of team sponsorships in the WorldTour every few years. BMC Racing have morphed into the CCC Team and switch from BMC bikes to Giant. Team Sunweb, in turn, move from Giant to Cervé...


Kristoff: I hope UAE want me to win and not just lead out Gaviria

Alexander Kristoff admits that victory on the Champs-Elysées on the final stage of the Tour de France saved his 2018 season. The 31-year-old Norwegians first year with UAE Team Emirates had started off well enough and he won the Eschborn-Frankfurt for a record breaking fourth time but a lack of perfect form in the spring meant the Classics and build-up to the Tour were disappointing by his own high standards. Along with Dan Martin, Kristoff has pushed through some changes at UAE Team Emirates ...