a View on the Vuelta

this article originally appeared on The Roar _________________________________ It’s a common sight in pro cycling these days – seeing a team attempting to boss a stage by sending their men to the front of the peloton from a long way out. They do so with the hope of winning with their protected rider, only to … Continue reading a View on the Vuelta

The Froome TUE Palava: Every side letting the fans down

this article originally appeared on The Roar   Many would have never heard of a TUE until last week, other than the one that brings you closer to FRI, but in the past seven days or so ‘Therapeutic Use Exemption’ has entered the lexicon of cycling fans the world over. Reaction to the news that … Continue reading The Froome TUE Palava: Every side letting the fans down

Dr. Conor McGrane on the UCI’s Independent Commission

by Dr. Conor McGrane Brian Cookson seems to have delivered on his election promise to set up an independent commission to investigate the UCI’s actions during the doping crisis which included the Armstrong era. In Dick Marty, Peter Nicholson and Ulrich Haas he has appointed a heavy weight group of politicians, sports lawyers and even … Continue reading Dr. Conor McGrane on the UCI’s Independent Commission