Chris Froome might be heaving a sigh of relief lately as his most potential rival Nairo Quintana is not going to take part in the Tour de France 2014. The news certainly adds a strong boost to the defending champion’s hope of making it big once again this year at the most prestigious cycling event …Continue Reading
Brit cycling legend Sir Hoy might have retired yet he still leads a packed life- still riding & training & still very much passionate about the bikes. It’s this affection for cycling, in every aspect of the sport that in some way led him to launch a new bike range for kids with 650c wheel-size.
It seems that England is all set to witness the start of a revolution in the cycling arena. David Cameron (Prime Minister of United Kingdom) has pledged recently that £77m of the pubic money is going to be used to promote and give the necessary push to cycling in England. In this initiative Cameron is …Continue Reading
The Olympic champion, Chris Hoy has no regrets regarding his retirement as he feels that every career has to meet its end at some point of time. He is happy with the current balance in his life and is getting an opportunity to try out new things in life.
Hoy does miss his daily routine …Continue Reading
Well known cycle rider Chris Froome has accused former Tour de France champion Alberto Contador of taking needless risks after the pair almost collided when descending the notorious Col de Manse at Tour de France’s end of stage sixteen.
Chris Froome had to drive off the road in order to stave off Contador, who had …Continue Reading
Last month the Olympic and World champion Chris Hoy announced his retirement from active cycling competition which meant he would not be a part of the Commonwealth Games in 2014 (Glasgow). When a sportsman such as Chris Hoy retires there are zillions of other opportunities which open up for him. Chris Hoy could have become …Continue Reading