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4 hrs ago | Bendigo Advertiser
BENDIGO'S Sam Crome and Dutch ace Roy Pieters were the giant-slayers in Sunday night's Bendigo International Madison track cycling classic.
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Olympic and World track cycling champion Joanna Rowsell says International Women's Day is a great opportunity to celebrate female role models.
TASMANIAN world champion cyclist Amy Cure will race in a quality field at the Bendigo International Madison today before heading to Europe to begin her road season contract with the Lotto-Belisol team.
Defending champion Richie Porte will not defend his crown in Paris-Nice after Team Sky withdrew the Australian from the start list to replace Chris Froome in the Tirrenno Adriatico.
Sylvain Chavanel is among the riders capable of winning the Paris-Nice overall on a course that favors the attackers.
Francois Pervis holds his three gold medals won in Men's Sprint, Men's 1km Time Trial and Men's Keirin Franois Pervis has travelled a long way since he was passed over for selection for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Plucked from a Chinese orphanage at age seven to start a new life in WA, Tian Beckett is using the hardships she endured in her early years to push her to become a cycling champion.
Thor Hushovd crashed hard on the slippery Belgian roads late in Saturday's Omloop Het Nieuwsblad and abandoned due to an injured wrist.
Gravel roads of Tuscany and Rome's Coliseum; it's hard to imagine more dramatic backdrops for cycling than what's on tap this weekend in Italy.
Barnsley-born Ed Clancy finished outside the medals in fifth place in the omnium at the World Track Championships over the weekend despite winning three of the six events.
Irish riders Ryan Mullen, Sean Downey and Jack Wilson will line out as part of an eight-man An Post Chain Reaction Sean Kelly team for tomorrow's Driedaagse van West-Vlaandren in Belgium.
As a first year under-17 rider last year, Stewart almost swept his events, taking gold in the individual pursuit, scratch, points and sprint, and helping his West Coast-North Island team to victory in the team pursuit and team sprint.
This year's edition of Paris-Nice, which starts Sunday, will mark the 30th anniversary of the famous confrontation between protesting miners and Bernard Hinault.
Less than a week after Matti Breschel was floored by a flying mattress in Oman , another fellow pro has been hospitalised after an unlikely run in with a race helicopter in Malaysia.
WORCESTER is on the starting line to welcome one of the world's most popular cycle races back to the city.
Cycling legend Sir Chris Hoy is to front a campaign to promote Nissan's sponsorship of Team GB and ParalympicsGB.