Felix Lowe Columnist

Felix Lowe

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About

English cycling writer and author of Climbs and Punishment: Riding to Rome in the Footsteps of Hannibal. Felix has covered the major cycling races in the pro calendar for Eurosport for the past decade and finally took up the sport himself in 2012, at the ripe age of 31.

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January 2012
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Froome, Ewan and Bobridge headline for Herald Sun Tour

Froome, Ewan and Bobridge headline for Herald Sun Tour

2 Feb 2016

Tour de France winner Chris Froome’s season gets under way on Wednesday at the Herald Sun Tour where both Caleb Ewan and Jack Bobridge will look to shine.

King Kennaugh ends Australian domination on the Ocean Road

King Kennaugh ends Australian domination on the Ocean Road

1 Feb 2016

The South Australian Tour Down Under bonanza was unable to stretch across the state border into Victoria, as Britain’s Peter Kennaugh tore up the script and soloed to a staggering victory in the second Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race.

All eyes on Porte and Ewan for Tour Down Under glory

All eyes on Porte and Ewan for Tour Down Under glory

19 Jan 2016

The 2016 UCI World Tour gets underway this week with the 18th edition of what is fast becoming a fans and riders’ favourite in the early-season race calendar.

Keep it exciting: Why sprinters are important to the image of cycling

Keep it exciting: Why sprinters are important to the image of cycling

4 Jan 2016

Combining brute strength, positioning, teamwork, mind games and a lot of luck, cycling’s sprinters put their bodies on the line at speeds in excess of 70 kilometres per hour when races come down to a pulsating bunch kick.

Mark Cavendish: Portrait of a speedster

Mark Cavendish: Portrait of a speedster

21 Dec 2015

Last year, Mark Cavendish told his then Etixx-Quickstep teammate Tony Martin that he’d sign one more contract and then retire.

A day with IAM Cycling on the Arctic Race of Norway

A day with IAM Cycling on the Arctic Race of Norway

19 Aug 2015

Covering a small stage race in northern Norway has its perks – such as shacking up with a top team’s sporting director during the decisive day’s action.