9/11 first responders cycling from New York to Virginia for suicide prevention

Teen shares first-person stories of 9/11 terror attacks in new film Girl Scout Ellie Alloway discusses her film ‘Ripples: 9/11 Reflections from the North Fork, N.Y.’ on ‘Fox & Friends.’ For the 20th commemoration of 9/11, a group of 20 cyclists will ride from New York City to Arlington, Va., to raise awareness for mental health among first responders. The […]

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Cycling chaos as Team GB's Jack Carlin caught up in keirin crash which wiped out two riders

TEAM GB star Jack Carlin was involved in a crash during the men's keirin heat that saw two riders fail to finish. The 24-year-old, who has already secured two medals at the Tokyo 2020 Games, inadvertently veered into Malaysia's Muhammad Shah Firdaus Sahrom's line of sight. He instantly hit the deck after losing control, with Kazakhstan's Sergey Ponomaryov subsequently going […]

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7 Best Cycling Glasses 2021 | The Sun UK

FINDING the best cycling glasses for you is more than a fashion statement. Although a pair of shades can make or break a cycling outfit, they have their uses beyond colour coordination. A good set of sunglasses will protect your eyes, whether that’s the sun’s rays, a strong headwind or heavy rain. They can also improve your vision, either by […]

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Giro d’Italia: Tao Geoghegan Hart wins stage 15 to move fourth in general classification

Tao Geoghegan Hart became the latest British winner on a grand tour after sprinting to victory on stage 15 of the Giro d’Italia at Piancavallo. The 25-year-old Londoner saw off Team Sunweb pair Wilco Kelderman and Jai Hindley for a win which also thrusts him into contention in the general classification. Thomas out of Giro d’Italia after crash Yates out […]

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Bradley Wiggins: Sprint lanes could help prevent high-speed crashes

Bradley Wiggins has called on cycling to adopt athletics-style sprint lanes to end the kind of high-speed crashes that left Fabio Jakobsen with life-threatening injuries. Wiggins branded the UCI “ridiculous” for issuing a statement condemning Dylan Groenewegen for drifting into Jakobsen’s path ahead of the crash in Wednesday’s opening stage at the Tour of Poland, demanding “compassion” for Groenewegen. Tour […]

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Coronavirus: All cycling World Tour events cancelled until end of April, UCI confirms

The UCI has confirmed no road cycling events on their calendar will take place until at least the end of April, leaving the distinct possibility of no racing until June. All UCI-controlled events through the Tour of Romandie, which had been scheduled to get underway on April 28, have now been cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic, while this year’s […]

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