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A Paradise for Mountain Bikers and E-Bikers

Four varied trails for freeriders and Enduro bikers – three routes for uphillers • Kitzsteinhorn Uphill leads up to 2,617 m now Flowy descents with technical passages and jumps, challenging uphills, and an extensive mountain-bike infrastructure: Kitzsteinhorn and Maiskogel in the Zell am See-Kaprun region in Salzburger Land, Austria, offer mountain bikers and e-bikers plenty

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Source: David Powell

Team GB Announce Cycling Team for Tokyo

The British Olympic Association (BOA) has today named the riders who will compete in the cycling events at the rescheduled Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. 26 riders from the Great Britain Cycling Team, of which 16 will make their Team GB debut, have been selected to represent Team GB, with British Cycling setting themselves the aim

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From Bath to Glastonbury and back again

From Bath to Glastonbury and back again – cyclists of all abilities are being invited to gear up for the first-ever Team Bath Sportive, taking place on Sunday (April 22). Starting and finishing at the University of Bath Sports Training Village, the Sportive – the cycling equivalent of running a marathon – will see cyclists

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Chris Boardman talks acclimatisation

Former Olympic champion turned TV presenter Chris Boardman visited Loughborough University earlier this summer to test what effect the conditions in Rio de Janeiro will have on cyclists competing at the Olympic Games. Undertaking physiological tests in various environments allowed both Boardman and university academics to understand the factors that will cause the likely deterioration

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