Riding

  • A noble prize for Afghanistan’s female cyclists

    by - Feb 16, 2016
    A petition signed by 118 Italian Members of Parliament nominating the Afghanistan Cycling Federation’s women’s cycling team for the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize has been delivered, by bike, to the Italian embassy in Oslo, Norway....Read More
  • Chinese investment everywhere, but where is cycling?

    by - Feb 8, 2016
    China’s sports industry is on the cusp of a boom unlike anything previously seen. But even with trillions of yuan on the line, will cycling be a beneficiary or just a second-tier sport ailing behind basketball and...
  • Cycle Asia cycling series launches

    by - Jan 21, 2013
    Spectrum Worldwide, the Singapore-based event management company which owns and operates several mass participation cycling events, including the hugely-successful OCBC Cycle Singapore, this week launched ‘Cycle Asia’; a regional concept promising to give amateur cyclists access...
  • Dedicated: Dubai’s roadies go longer

    by - Jan 15, 2013
    Dubai’s cycling ‘master plan’ was officially extended by another 18 kilometres last week, as Sheikh Mansour Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum opened a new dedicated cycling track on Al Qudra Road. In most countries, such infrastructure...
  • Early morning bike ride in Beijing

    by - Oct 5, 2011
    For the UCI, local knowledge and expertise has been crucial in taking the first Tour of Beijing WorldTour road cycling race from concept to reality. The same applies for visiting cyclists that plan to navigate Beijing’s...
  • A ride with Shanghai’s Flying Hairy Legs cycling group

    by - Sep 30, 2011
    Formed in 2000, FHL (Flying Hairy Legs) is an eclectic group of expat and local Chinese road cyclists braving the often-hazardous ring roads, secondary motorways and city streets of Shanghai’s urban sprawl, whilst providing a great...