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  • 17

    Aug

    #akumafamily | University of York

    The University of York is a collegiate plate glass research university located in the city of York, England. Established in 1963, the campus university has expanded to more than thirty departments and centres, covering a wide range of subjects. The York’s University teams play in black and gold colours. York is a member of British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) and has 65 teams […]

  • 01

    Aug

    North Coast 500

    Q. Which cycling challenge will you be taking on this Summer? A. I’m doing the North Coast 500 route in August with my brother, younger sister and some close friends, my mum is driving the camper. Q. What does the North Coast 500 entail? A. The route is 500 miles and over 10,000m of vertical climb from […]

  • 11

    Jul

    UCI Mountain Bike World Cup | XCO

    There was high drama in Lenzerheide round four of UCI XCO World Cup. Great Britain’s Annie Last and Switzerland’s Nino Schurter both won their respective races at round four of the UCI XCO World Cup in front of a capacity crowd. Last said, “I have had a tough couple of years, so even to be racing […]

  • 07

    Jul

    UCI Mountain Bike World Cup | Nicole tames the Vallnord beast

    Myriam Nicole delighted her ‘home’ crowd in Andorra. Myriam Nicole is one of the few riders in the elite women’s field to be able to truly tame such a malicious beast. Nicole enjoys the technical challenges of lacing together the thousands of calculated risks required to successfully conquer one of the most intimidating tracks on […]

  • 03

    Jul

    UCI Mountain Bike World Cup | XCO World Cup

    Yana Belomoina and Nino Schurter stormed to impressive victories at the third round of the UCI XCO World Cup in Vallnord with both leaving Andorra leading overall handsomely. In the women’s race, Belomoina channelled the confidence gleaned from her maiden victory in Albstadt and promptly set about disappearing into the distance. She said, “It was a […]

  • 03

    Jul

    UCI Mountain Bike World Cup | Downhill

    Troy Brosnan and Myriam Nicole captured thrilling UCI World Cup downhill victories at an action-packed round four in Vallnord, Andorra. Despite late challenges Brosnan was not to be denied – an early lead disappearing midway before he pulled it out on the final stretch to win his second ever UCI World Cup race and move […]

  • 30

    Jun

    Tour de France | Team Sky

    Today is the day! The Tour kicks off in Dusseldorf for the Grand Depart with an individual time trial and the start of stage two, which finishes in Liege, Belgium. Team Sky will be looking to have another successful tour with Chris Froome at the helm again. Luke Rowe has been with Team Sky since 2012 joining […]

  • 30

    Jun

    Tour de France | Meet the Brits

    Another day closer to tomorrow’s Grand Depart and we can’t wait. Today we look at riders representing Britain by themselves for their respective teams. Simon Yates is riding for the Australian, Orica Scott team. Major wins for Simon Yates have come in recent history including an individual stage in the 2016 Vuelta a Espana and […]

  • 29

    Jun

    Tour de France 2017

    With the Grand Depart only days away we look ahead to British Riders cycling in this year’s Tour. Team Dimension Data from South Africa includes three British Cyclists. Stephen Cummings has had an extensive career on the road. Highlights include 2 individual tour stages in previous Tours and wins in the Team Pursuit at the 2005 […]

  • 30

    Jan

    UK National Cyclo-Cross Championships

    Earlier this month, we attended the HSBC UK National Cyclo-Cross Championships. The event was fast-paced and full of excitement as everyone was keen to see whether Ian Field would make his fifth win as Elite Men’s Champion. He arrived to huge support and he expressed his determination to win back his title which he succeeded […]

  • 02

    Sep

    Rio Round Up

    An emphatic display of majestic cycling leads Team GB to glory on Rio’s velodrome. An Olympics that had everything; controversies, triumphs, records, a certain Mr Bolt and a football team that restored pride back into a nation has sadly come to its conclusion. Although what a fortnight it has been for Team GB, who against […]

  • 02

    Sep

    Tour de France Round Up

    The extreme pressures and exertions on the human body have finally come to an end on the Tour de France, and have left those who are heading to Rio to continue on their Olympic dream. Chris Froome’s victorious Tour, taking his tally to three, has provided further ammunition to declare him one of the greatest […]

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