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DIY cycling adventures: The stag fondo

It was a lot of work, but for a cyclist, I can’t imagine a better stag

Why your training should focus on intensity this winter

In November, many cyclists take break from regular riding, but they still have their sights on the upcoming year. While optimism may be high for what lies ahead, it is important to train smart.

Milton International Cycling Challenge begins Friday

The Milton International Cycling Challenge is set to begin this weekend at the Mattamy National Cycling Centre. After a successful […]

H&R Block Pro Cycling and Pearl Izumi Canada announce partnership

On Tuesday morning, H&R Block Pro Cycling and Pearl Izumi Canada announced their partnership ahead of the 2015 cycling season. M1 Pro Cycling’s Mark Ernsting, the CEO of the organization behind the UCI continental team, was on hand in Brampton, Ont., for the announcement. In addition to wearing Pearl Izumi clothing, the team will also be equipped with Shimano wheels, groupsets and Pro components.

Five ways to make hitting the trainer just a little more bearable

For most of the country, it’s full-on trainer season. That means riding indoors and fighting the monotony. To stay motivated and fit, here are five tips to keep you spinning on the spot.

Mark Ernsting continues with project to build professional Canadian team

“If it’s ever going to be accomplished, someone has to take on the challenge,” said Mark Ernsting, who hopes to […]

Silber Pro Cycling announces 2015 roster

On December 12, Silber Pro Cycling officially announced their roster for 2015. New signings include current under-23 Canadian national road […]

Exams first, then the world cyclocross championships for Oliver Evans

“I am currently preparing for exams, but would be happy to respond you your questions later tonight,” said Manitoba’s Oliver Evans on Tuesday evening. Evans who is the current junior cyclocross national champion has his eyes set on the world championships in Tabor, Czech Republic beginning Jan. 31. He’s in the midst of balancing training and studies, however, his plans to head to Europe in the new year are set. “I’ll be staying with and racing for Team Canada. Our first race will be the Hoogerheide World Cup in Hoogerheide, the Netherlands on Jan. 25 and then we’ll race the world championship in Tabor, Czech Republic the following weekend.”

Escape Velocity-Devo hiring a new head coach

On Tuesday, Vancouver-based youth cycling group Escape Velocity-Devo announced that it is hiring a part-time head coach to manage the under-17 and under-19 […]

Optum Pro Cycling announces 2015 roster

On Tuesday, Optum Pro Cycling presented by Kelly Benefit Strategies announced their official roster for 2015. There are two new […]

Ontario Cycling Association cycling celebration

The Ontario Cycling Association (OCA) is having its annual cycling celebration at the Cardinal Golf Club in King City, Ont., on […]

Three Canadians sign with Team SmartStop for 2015

On Monday, Team SmartStop announced their roster for 2015. The 2013 Canadian men’s national road champion Zach Bell will continue with the […]