Statement from Michael Rogers

We have recently received an email from Michael Rogers about his case relating to clenbuterol from the Japan Cup last year. Here is his statement in full:   Statement by Michael Rogers – Wednesday, 23 April 2014   “Today, I received the extremely pleasing news that the UCI has decided that no period of ineligibility is to be imposed against me following my inadvertent adverse analytical finding for Clenbuterol in...

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The thrill of victory: emotions from a race
Apr23

The thrill of victory: emotions from a race

The brothers Morton are getting their deserved bout of publicity of late thanks to their work on Thereabouts. Angus and Lachlan – ‘Gus’ and ‘Lachy’ – went for a ride… from Port Macquarie on the east coast of Australia, to Uluru and the capture the experience as any modern traveller should. The difference to many is that these guys are genuine story tellers. We’ve documented their progression through...

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Reader reviews: share your thoughts
Apr23

Reader reviews: share your thoughts

RIDE Media is an independent publishing company. We make magazines. That’s what we’ve been doing since 1998. It’s because people like to read about cycling and look at pictures of bikes, riders and many other associated topics that we have an audience. And it’s thanks to you, the reader, that we have a product we are proud of. What we want to do is share the beauty of cycling: the sport and well beyond. You can...

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Amstel Gold Race – Gallery
Apr22

Amstel Gold Race – Gallery

Watch it on the television and you find yourself leaning into the lounge chair: left, right, left, left, right… and onward. Up, down, around and around the province of Limburg the route takes the peloton showing off the best Dutch hills available for cycling. The Amstel Gold Race: sponsored by a beer and named that way since its inception in 1966 when Jean Stablinski won the title. Once again it was the Master of the Cauberg,...

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Retro Review: Stephen Hodge’s 1988 KAS Vitus
Apr19

Retro Review: Stephen Hodge’s 1988 KAS Vitus

The Easter long weekend. Time to ride. And, for some, time to dress up in an old team jersey from the 1980s and remember what carbon-fibre bikes used to be like. Stephen Hodge’s Tweet about his ‘mufti day’ ride on Friday, prompted us to revisit the ‘Retro Review‘ story of his Vitus from 1988. Good Friday is mufti day with the boys! (Circa 1987) #seankelly pic.twitter.com/E5tiBy93rE — Stephen Hodge...

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