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British cyclist Chris Froome awarded 2011 Vuelta a Espana after Spanish champion stripped of title over doping
Celebrating his new victory, Froome said: “Better late than never! The 2011 Vuelta holds some very special memories for me”
Hospitalised British cyclist Chris Froome could be awarded 2011 Vuelta a Espana title after Spanish champion caught doping
It comes after Froome recently underwent an eight-hour surgery following a horror crash that leaves him out of this year’s Tour de France
THE driver who ran over and killed German cyclist Christoph Bohnen has been been released from jail after paying €10,000 bail.Anais Marco Batalla, 28, claims...
A SHOCKING five cyclists have died on the roads in the Balearics this year.In addition, the emergency services have responded to over 250 accidents...
THE driver of a Porsche Cayenne who ran over nine German cyclists – killing one – has three times been caught for taking drugs...
A GERMAN cyclist is fighting for their life after being mown down near Capdepera by a woman driving a Porsche Cayenne.While the police are...
There is nothing I like more than getting out on my mountain bike and exploring the stunningly beautiful Andalucian countryside, writes Ashley Higgins
Writes Ashley from Andalucian Cycling Experience
Writes Ashley from andaluciancyclingexperience
British father who miraculously survived horror bike crash in southern Spain dies from infection after six month battle
A BRITISH cyclist who miraculously survived a horror crash in Spain has died. John Tefler, 57, died yesterday after battling infections and respiratory issues for...
Organisers of the world famous cycling race already have a plan on how to best showcase to the world the megalithic dolmens of Antequera, which will sit on the finish line of stage 12
Bicycle Sleep is the brainchild of the area’s Mancomunidad de Municipios de la Costa del Sol (local council association), which wants to highlight safe routes and itineraries to help more cyclists train or enjoy a two-wheeled holiday in the area
Almost one quarter of the brutal 3297.7km long La Vuelta will take place between August 30 and September 3 in the region, which was entirely missed off the contest’s route last year
There were 6,890 cyclist accidents in 2014
Valverde performed strongly in the Giro’s first time trial in Holland
Swapping his interactive whiteboard for a road bike, Briton Andrew Sykes cycled 8,000km across the continent
He said a life-time ban should be the only option
The Colombian ace fended off attacks from Spanish riders Alberto Contador and Joaquim Rodriguez
The Giant-Alpecin riders sustained a number of broken bones