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2015 Tour de Korea preview

A reliable, if somewhat inert, mainstay of the UCI AsiaTour since its inception in 2005, the eight-day Tour de Korea has recently sprung into life. Elevated from UCI2.2 to UCI2.1 status in 2014, Korea’s only professional road cycling event will this year host a WorldTeam for the first time in its 15-year history.

Dante Lam’s ‘To The Fore’ set for August 06 release

Following up from his acclaimed 2013 martial arts flick Unbeatable, the award-winning Hong Kong director has turned his attention to the world of professional cycling.

Merida Bikes releases Feng Chun-Kai Limited Edition

Taiwanese bicycle manufacturer Merida Bikes (Merida Industry Co., Ltd.) has released a limited edition road bike in collaboration with Taiwan’s first WorldTour cyclist and Lampre-Merida rider, Feng Chun-Kai.

Pro Cycling: how far would you go? | Women’s peloton

In a continuation of the “How far would you go?” series, Cycling iQ investigates the destinations to which female pro cyclists travel in order to secure a place on a pro cycling team, with a particular focus on non-European road cyclists.

2015 International Tour de Banyuwangi Ijen preview

First held in 2012, and as one of only two UCI AsiaTour events to be held in Indonesia this year, the International Tour de Banyuwangi Ijen is a young race with great potential to leverage the tourism appeal of a place that locals refer to as “the Sunrise of Java”.

Trek’s new Emonda ALR a sign of things to come

In the last decade of composite everything, the release of a new aluminium road bike should elicit little more than wearied acknowledgement from a carbon-centric industry. Yet push aside the Alpha this and invisible weld that on this month’s latest product release from Trek, and you’ll see conventions being broken.

New Malaysian stage race for UCI AsiaTour in 2016?

An existing three-day domestic road cycling stage race in Malaysia’s southernmost state of Johor is seeking to register with the International Cycling Union (UCI) to attract overseas participants, but will persistent problems within Malaysia’s National Cycling Federation (MNCF) hinder progress?

Hengxiang Cycling bolsters roster with Ma

Courtesy of ex-Discovery Channel rider, Li Fuyu, there’s a chance Hengxiang Cycling may already be on the radar of some Euro-centric cycling fans. However, there’s more substance to the roster than an ex-ProTeam rider, most recently thanks to the new addition of Ma Guangtong.

2013 Tour of Beijing route unveiled

With a little under two months until the third edition of the Tour of Beijing begins, a detailed overview of the parcours for Asia’s only WorldTour race has now been released. In breaking through the 1,000 metre elevation barrier for the first time, the event also seeks to shake off its image as one which … Continue reading

Ever-decreasing circuits of the UCI racing calendar

“Today, cycling is truly a global sport. The World Tour peloton is now made up of riders representing 44 countries. I would very much like to see the completion of a genuine ‘World Tour’, one in which the very best teams and riders in the world compete in some of the biggest markets in the … Continue reading

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NEXT UCI ASIATOUR RACES

BANYUWANGI IJEN | 06-09 MAY

TOUR OF JAPAN | 17-24 MAY

TOUR DE KUMANO | 28-31 MAY

NEXT UCI WORLDTOUR RACES

09-31 MAY | ITALY

NEXT UCI WORLDTOUR RACE

GIRO D'ITALIAMay 9th, 2015

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