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if i told you there was a mountain that was 105km long and that the last 8km averaged 17.5% would you believe me? unless you've heard of the Taiwan KOM Challenge, probably not. but yes, such a beast exists. this Saturday, the 15th of November, a bunch of hardy, wonderful and essentially mad souls are … Continue reading crankpunk comperes the 2014 Taiwan KOM Challenge
As the Foreign Press & Media Representative of the 2014 Taiwan KOM Challenge, it's my pleasure to announce that the registration for the even is officially open as of Monday, September the 15th. Here is the Official Press Release. _________________________ Official Press Release for the TAIWAN KOM CHALLENGE 2014 Brought to you by the … Continue reading 2014 TAIWAN KOM CHALLENGE Official Press Release
When Australia’s Tiffany Cromwell won the 2013 Omloop Het Nieuwsblad classic she had every right to be delighted - and one reason not to be. She’d just cemented her name on the European scene with what was arguably the biggest win to date in her career, trouncing Megan Gruanier of Rabobank in the sprint to … Continue reading Women’s Cycling: doing it for the love, and one dick too many
this article originally appeared in The Roar ______________________________ Changes are being rung in under the new presidency of the UCI by Brian Cookson – from confiscating computers and hard drives from MacQuaid’s people right after his victory to setting out a roadmap for the sport’s recovery – but one of the toughest challenges facing the … Continue reading €450 for the GC at the Giro? women’s cycling still faces massive disparity
whooP! what a week that was. i was fortunate enough to be asked to represent the Taiwan Cyclist Federation as their Foreign Rider & Media co-ordinator during the recent 2013 Taiwan KOM Challenge. this involved having to host the official opening ceremony at about 2 hours notice, dealing with stress levels that went almost as … Continue reading 2013 Taiwan KOM Challenge