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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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January 2012
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Simply Clever Riders: The best in the field in the 2015 Tour de France

Simply Clever Riders: The best in the field in the 2015 Tour de France

2 days ago

The prestige of the Tour de France brings the world’s best riders to the starting line. More than any other race, it’s the focal point of the long road racing season, and unlike any other race, everyone arrives in absolute peak condition.

Simply Clever: How to watch le Tour de France like a pro

Simply Clever: How to watch le Tour de France like a pro

3 days ago

The Tour de France is a monster, a rolling beast that steamrolls its way across France every July, watched by millions. A race at this sort of grand scale brings the logistical demands of a small army, much of it dedicated to presenting the race to a rapt audience.

Simply Clever: Tour de France road captains

Simply Clever: Tour de France road captains

6 days ago

Cycling teams are like any other, they need a captain. It’s not necessarily the best rider, or the star contender for the win, the captain is the leader on the road who makes the calls and keeps the team working like a well-oiled machine.

Is projecting signals onto your back as you cycle a fresh safety idea?

Is projecting signals onto your back as you cycle a fresh safety idea?

29 Jun 2015

Now for something a little different: let’s talk cycling safety, and a new concept device that uses laser projections to illuminate symbols on cyclists’ backs at night time.

Porte penalised for tapping a deep tradition of sportsmanship

Porte penalised for tapping a deep tradition of sportsmanship

20 May 2015

The UCI’s decision to penalise Richie Porte and Simon Clarke two minutes, punishment for Clarke’s sporting decision to give Porte his front wheel after the Sky leader had punctured, is a disgrace.

Richie Porte is on fire, but will he burn out before the Giro?

Richie Porte is on fire, but will he burn out before the Giro?

27 Apr 2015

Richie Porte’s form is hotter than it’s ever been, but can he maintain such a high level until the end of the Giro?

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