Brit riding great Sir Wiggins has reportedly contributed 5,000 pounds as donation to 5 Go-Ride clubs to help them in their discovery of future cycling stars.
Go-Ride is the development programme by Brit Cycling meant to explore young talents from the country. There’re three hundred Go-Ride clubs running across the nations, in schools and communities, with the mission to help young cyclists train in varied cycling disciplines.
In an interview for the magazine Andy Shleck stated that he misses cycling.
At the final league of the season Andy Shleck retired from the sport of cycling as he injured his knee badly. As he turned 35 doctors advised that he would need a knee replacement. The advice given by the doctors scared him so much that he made the final decision in his mind already.
According to reports, Alexander Vinokourov, the general manager of the professional UCI team Astana suspended Astana Continental team following the announcement of yet another one of the team’s riders failing the doping test.
Elite cycling squad Team Sky have joined hands with British Cycling to launch a new community based website Ride Social. The novel initiative is themed to help out cycling enthusiasts to build up their very own riding communities.
The internet system permits cyclists to create profiles that would permit them to organize as well as join up bike riding events around their locality.
The Colombian women team has been under some good pressure. They have been trending in almost all social websites and media have been covering it all day. The controversies have led to the roar of tweets in the twitter. There have been a great number of people who are commenting on the controversies. The biggest tweet regarding the controversy came from the UCI chief as he said that the dress worn by the Colombian women team will not be acceptable by the board. They didn’t term the dress as an exposing one but the UCI claimed that the dress was not decent.