Team GB dust off the magic wheels to dominate the Olympic…

...velodrome again. Another dominant display by Great Britain in the track cycling at the Olympics, where every one of the riders that took to the track won a medal, has brought the usual sour grapes from the usual suspects. ...read this Blog post →

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The British domination of the Tour de France…

...continues. Yet another yellow jersey for Chris Froome, to go with seven stage victories, one third of the stages, by British riders, and the best young rider in Adam Yates, it's a British game now. ...read this Blog post →

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The British sporting summer has been just…

...great. England football team at the World Cup, the cricket team against Sri Lanka and now India, the rugby teams against the southern hemisphere - some say that Murray berk at Wimbledon. Now the cycling is imploding. ...read this Blog post →

The Tour of Britain is meaning something…

...now. Last year a victory saw Jonathan Tiernan-Locke get a big move to Sky this year it saw Sir Bradley Wiggins put a little gloss on what has been an otherwise “after the lord mayor's show” season. ...read this Blog post →

100th Tour, Mont Ventoux, in yellow, on Bastille day…

...couldn't get any better for British cycling. On a mountain that has had a major impact on British cycling, Chris Froome chose the biggest stage to make his biggest statement. If this really was a yellow winning ride then it couldn't have been more emphatic. ...read this Blog post →

Like deja vu that you’ve never seen…

...before. Stage 8 on the second Saturday of the 2012 Tour de France in the first trip to the mountains Chris Froome rode to a brilliant stage victory and Sky's team leader took the yellow jersey on a mountain top finish. Exactly the same thing happened on the second Saturday of the 2013 Tour. ...read this Blog post →

How could you vote for anyone but…

...Wiggo? Bradley Wiggins' share of the Sports Personality of the Year vote didn't quite match Mark Cavendish's when he won the award last but then Mark didn't have Olympic gold medal winners to compete with. ...read this Blog post →

It was a grand Tour of…

...Britain. A crowning week of glory for British cycling as the crowds massed to see current top names in the game along with names of the future. ...read this Blog post →

Chris Froome finds that it’s easy…

...being number 2. But being number 1 on the team, the protected rider, the favourite, the one with the target on their back now that's just a little harder. Still his fourth place in the Vuelta was a great effort. ...read this Blog post →