Shop by Store


Shop by Category

Hockey

Skiing

Clothing

Tennis

Baseball

Football

Fishing

Snowboards

Supplements

Skates

Surf

Golf

Running

Fitness

LaCrosse

Mountain

Cycling

Swim

Water

NHL

Select a Brand:



Some of our Stores:







































































Cycling News:

Atapuma heads UAE Team Emirates for Vuelta a San Juan - News Shorts

UAE Team Emirates backing Atapuma in Vuelta a San Juan One year on from the UAE Team Emirates first victory by Rui Costa atop the Alto Colorado, the squad will return to the Vuelta a San Juan seeking similar success with a new crop of riders. Tour de Suisse stage winner Darwin Atapuma will head the six-man squad for the UCI 2.1-ranked race in Argentina, but the team are also hoping for some surprises from his lesser-known teammates. UAE Team Emirates formed out of the Lampre-Merida team follow...


Katusha-Alpecin teammates key to Haas' podium bid

Of the new and updated colours of the peloton in 2018, the red and light blue of Katusha-Alpecin has been ever present at the head of the peloton for the Tour Down Under finals. The Swiss-registered team is backing Nathan Haas for a podium, with the Australian finishing fourth and fifth overall in previous editions. In his opening five race days in 2018, Haas has now finished fifth on three occasions. Thursdays sprint stage into Victor Harbor in 47-degree heat was unsuited to his characteristic...


Whereabouts system does not violate human rights, European court rules

The whereabouts system used in anti-doping was validated on Thursday in the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) after Jeannie Longo and a number of other French athletes brought a case arguing that the system infringed on their freedoms. Longo, a retired multiple world champion who was cleared of a whereabouts violation in 2011, was one of two applicants in the case, the other being a group of national sporting unions representing French footballers, basketball players, and rugby players. To...


Vos rebounds from illness ahead of cyclo-cross Worlds

After a difficult start to the cyclo-cross season due to illness, seven-time cross world champion Marianne Vos says she is on the mend and preparing for a possible eighth title in the race which will take place on her home soil in Valkenburg next month. Vos, who was second to Sanne Cant in last years world championships, has yet to crack the podium this season - her best was a fifth place in the Zolder World Cup on December 26. She decided to skip her national championships to recover, and says...


Alaphilippe: I want to turn the podiums into victories right away

Time is very much still on Julian Alaphilippe’s side, but 2018 could be a pivotal year in his career. The 25-year-old’s extraordinary talent and potential have been repeatedly evidenced over the course of his first four seasons as a professional cyclist but, after a string of podium placings in major races, he’s keen to banish the nascent ‘nearly-man’ tag before it really sets in. The Quick-Step Floors rider burst onto the scene at the Ardennes Classics in 2015 with runner-up finishes at La Flč...


D'hoore puts track on hold for Classics goals in 2018

Jolien D’hoore is relishing the start of the new season since making the move from Wiggle-High5 to Mitchelton-Scott in 2018. The Belgian national champion will scale down her track programme in favour of a road season that is tailor-made for the spring Classics, and she is taking aim at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad and the Tour of Flanders. I will still have the combination of track and road, but it will be about 80 per cent road focussed, D’hoore told Cyclingnews from a national team training camp in...


Search results for "Cycling - Wheels and Wheel Components"

Next Page