Sole Brunei participant leaves for Commonwealth Games

Bandar Seri Begawan (Brunei), July 20 (IANS) — Cyclist Muhammad I’maadi Abd Aziz, the only athlete representing... (more...)

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Indian Army men complete tough cycling expedition through Himalayas

Kolkata, July 19 (IANS) — Pedalling nearly 700 km across the Himalayas along the India-China border at heights ranging... (more...)

Italian rider triumphs in Tour of Qinghai Lake last stage

Lanzhou (China), July 19 (IANS) — Mattia Gavazzi from Ukrainian team Amore and Vita-Selle Smp(AMO) claimed the circuit... (more...)

British cyclist banned for abnormalities in biological passport

London, July 18 (IANS) — British cyclist Jonathan Tiernan-Locke was banned for two years after abnormalities were found... (more...)

IAF women officers on Himalayan cycling expedition

Pathankot (Punjab), July 13 (IANS) — An Indian Air Force all-women officers’ team Sunday embarked on a month-long... (more...)

Dalian to host international road race

Dalian (China), July 11 (IANS) — The northeastern Chinese coastal city of Dalian will host an international road cycling... (more...)

Inaugural Manali-Khardung La Cycling Championship in July

New Delhi, June 23 (IANS) — India will make its mark on the world cycling circuit when the inaugural Manali-Khardung... (more...)

Netherlands return to Rio training pitch

Rio de Janeiro, June 14 (IANS) — Following their 5-1 win over Spain in Salvador the Netherlands returned to the Rio... (more...)

Russian rider wins 2014 Tour of Azerbaijan cycling race

Baku, May 12 (IANS) — Ilnur Zakarin from Russian’s Rusvelo cycling race team won the overall title of 2014 Tour... (more...)

British rider Adam Yates wins Tour of Turkey

Ankara, May 5 (IANS) — British rider Adam Yates won the 50th edition of the Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey. Yates... (more...)

Cavendish leads first stage of Tour of Turkey

Ankara, April 28 (IANS) — Mark Cavendish of Isle of Man won the first stage of the Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey. Cavendish... (more...)

60 bikers for Shimla cycling race

Shimla, March 28 (IANS) — Nearly 60 intrepid national and international bikers will participate in the third edition... (more...)

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