McQuaid says UCI has nothing to hide - 24 May 2013
President of the International Cycling Union (UCI), Pat McQuaid, has said the organisation has ‘nothing to hide’ over the Lance Armstrong doping scandal. read more
For the first time ever the UCI MTB & Trials World Championships, to be held in Pietermaritzburg in August, will be preceded by the UCI Masters MTB World Championships, presenting local masters age-group riders with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to try and win the coveted UCI rainbow stripes in their own backyard. read more
Pat McQuaid has secured the nomination of Cycling Ireland to stand for a potential third term as president of the International Cycling Union (UCI), on the condition that an independent review of the system of internal controls and processes takes place, with any findings to be made public. read more
South Africa will return to the international road cycling calendar when the inaugural Mzansi Tour takes place from 17th-21st April, 2013. The five-day, five-stage event will carry a 2.2 International Cycling Union (UCI) grading and will host both South African and international teams. read more
The Burry Stander-SONGO team made up of defending Absa Cape Epic champion Christoph Sauser and Olympic champion Jaroslav Kulhavy won the 10th edition of the race which ended with a final stage from Stellenbosch to the Lourensford Wine Estate. read more
After the 10th edition of the African mountain bike race got underway yesterday, Absa Cape Epic has announced Tag Heuer as the official watch at this year’s event. The watch manufacturer will present each of the category winners with one of its designer time pieces to the value of R300 000, increasing the total prize purse of the event to R… read more
Double international rugby player, Tiaan Strauss, has announced that he is returning this year to take part in the Absa Cape Epic as part of Team Absa. He first rode with the team in 2008. The former Springbok rugby player and Western Province rugby captain also played rugby for the Wallabies and was part of the World Cup-winning Australian squa… read more
Cycling commentator and sports journalist, Phil Ligget, has teamed up with Toyota South Africa as part of the brand’s 1.5 meter Safe Cycling campaign. read more
Former Olympic pole-vaulter, Okkert Brits will compete in this year’s Absa Cape Epic alongside former Welsh rugby captain Colin Charvis. The event, which takes place from 17th to 24th March, will see 1,200 cyclists take on the challenging 698km with 15,650m of climbing from Meerendal Wine Estate to Lourensford Wine Estate. read more
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New Zealand's Neil Wagner speaks of his bowling techniques ahead of the second test against England.