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Tim Renowden

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Tim Renowden has been following professional cycling closely since Indurain won his first Tour. An ex-runner, now a club grade bike racer, Tim tweets about sport at @megabicicleta.

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Meanwhile, not at the Vuelta…

Meanwhile, not at the Vuelta...

1 hour ago

I love the Vuelta as much as any self-respecting cycling fan with a penchant for hot weather and steep hills, but as we’ve reached the first rest day in the big Spanish race, it’s a perfect time to go ‘around the grounds’. There’s been a lot happening in cycling outside the Iberian peninsula, here are […]

Michael Matthews feels the need for speed in La Vuelta

Michael Matthews feels the need for speed in La Vuelta

6 days ago

The 2014 Vuelta a Espana is feeling the need, the need for speed this week after Stage 3 started on a Spanish aircraft carrier. Cue Instagram shots of riders in flight helmets looking ready to write cheques their bodies couldn’t cash, lots of jokes about borrowing one of these jets for the sprint lead-out – […]

Is Contador really taking it easy at the Vuelta?

Is Contador really taking it easy at the Vuelta?

19 Aug 2014

Alberto Contador is back for the Vuelta a Espana, and this changes everything. Hang on a second, does it? Can the Spanish superstar really be expected to be competitive only a few weeks after fracturing his tibia? Let’s wind back a bit. You may recall Contador crashed out of Stage 10 of the Tour de […]

Is Cadel back in the hunt for the Vuelta?

Is Cadel back in the hunt for the Vuelta?

12 Aug 2014

I don’t want to alarm anyone, but Cadel Evans has ridden himself back into excellent form just in time for the Vuelta a Espana. That’s the only conclusion you can draw when the Australian bagged two consecutive stage wins in the Tour of Utah. Yes, the Tour of Utah (UCI 2.1) is hardly a Grand […]

Geraint Thomas: A worthy winner of Commonwealth gold

Geraint Thomas: A worthy winner of Commonwealth gold

5 Aug 2014

I really shouldn’t be happy about Geraint Thomas winning the Commonwealth Games road race. Nothing personal, he seems like a top bloke in all the interviews I’ve ever seen with him. And he’s a gun rider. Any rider who can ride the entire Tour de France with a fractured pelvis, which Thomas did in 2013 […]

Five contentions from the Tour

Five contentions from the Tour

29 Jul 2014

Well, we survived. The sleep deprivation will wear off, coffee consumption can return to safe levels, and Twitter’s ceaseless hunt for the best/worst Sherliggettisms of all time can finally be set aside. Congratulations to Australia’s Zak Dempster and Luke Durbridge for finishing their first Tours de France. I’ve scraped together a few contentious bones to […]

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