Aussie Success in the Liege-Bastogne-Liege and Giro del Trentino

What a great week it was for Australian Riders as the Spring Classics come to an end.  More of that later, but first up. __________________________________ The Giro. Its just over a week away. OMG, hasn't that come around quickly. If you think you need reminding, you can add reminders into your calendar through the following … Continue reading Aussie Success in the Liege-Bastogne-Liege and Giro del Trentino


Ever wondered what those guys are fed on tour? On the menu for Team Sky from Søren Kristiansen ‏@teamskychef  "Pulled style" Turkey breast sesame seeds curry paprika oregano and mushrooms also quinoa pasta/pomodore Simple food rocket salad cherry tomato in good olive oil and buffalo mozzarella Poppy seed carrot cake with a tiny bit of dark chocolate … Continue reading Amstel

The Colour of Paris-Roubaix

And once again it came down to the final cobblestone sectors where despite attacks by Fabian Cancellara and Sep Vanmarcke to bridge across to a determined Peter Sagan  on the critical Carrefour de l’Arbre sector, it was a group of 10 that emerged intact with eight kilometers to go. Niki Terpstra launched an audacious attack with … Continue reading The Colour of Paris-Roubaix


Specialized (Bastards) have done it again From the guys over at Neil Pryde Effective immediately we are retiring our ALIZE bike name and replacing it with NAZARÉ. This is just a name change – your beloved bike will remain exactly the same. This change comes at the behest of a well known bike company. According … Continue reading Astana