Wout Van Aert and Niki Terpstra complete 320km alternative Dirty Kanza

Wout Van Aert and Niki Terpstra complete 320km alternative Dirty Kanza

Wout Van Aert and Niki Terpstra were among a number of pro riders who completed their own version of Dirty Kanza, the annual American gravel race scheduled to take place this weekend but postponed by the coronavirus. The European riders created their own 200-mile routes, or 320km in their currency, setting out at 6am on […]

Toronto to expand cycling network by 25 km in bid to ensure physical distancing amid COVID-19

Toronto to expand cycling network by 25 km in bid to ensure physical distancing amid COVID-19

Toronto city council voted for a 25-kilometre expansion of the city’s cycling network Thursday, a move that’s expected to help residents practise physical distancing as more people return to their commutes in the coming weeks and months. The plan means Toronto has now approved 40 kilometres of new cycling infrastructure in 2020, most of which is expected to […]

Cycling Training Plans | Training During Pandemic

Robert CianfloneGetty Images Events have been toppling like dominoes since the novel coronavirus pandemic took hold earlier this year. With nothing to prepare for, you’d think cyclists would shelve “training” for the foreseeable future and just go out and ride (or not, depending on circumstances). You’d be mistaken. Not only are more riders riding (we […]

educator Deborah Locco revealed as cyclist killed

A beloved grandmother has been identified as the cyclist killed in the shocking hit-run crash in Melbourne’s south-east yesterday. Deborah Locco, 60, was struck by a Holden Commodore about 5.25pm on Beach Road at Beaumaris, with the driver allegedly fleeing the scene. The educator was killed in an alleged hit-run. (Supplied) A 35-year-old man was […]

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