Cycling enthusiasts from around UAE and the globe, missing the outdoors due to the precautionary closure of public space, will be able to get their competitive kicks next week from the safety of their homes by taking part in Dubai Sports Council’s Virtual Tour Challenge.
Sajin Gangadharan has bagged the overall honours in Dubai Sports Council’s Virtual Tour Challenge, finishing ahead of Chris D’Amelio and Babu PD in the five-stage cycling event which saw around 500 participants in action across five days.
UAE Team Emirates will continue their commitment to developing young talent by signing 17-year old Spanish rider Juan Ayuso on a five-year deal with the team.
Australia’s Caleb Ewan won the third Tour de France Shanghai Criterium on Saturday in a sprint to the line with Italy’s Matteo Trentin.
Fifteen guides of the Sharjah Girl Guides (SGG), aged 12 to 18 years, successfully participated in the 30-km, recently in Dubai Prime Medical Junior Race 2019.
The world´s most dangerous road spirals skyward nearly 11,000 feet, from the country´s lowland jungles to the snow-capped peaks of the Andes. Fog, rain, rockslides and sheer cliffs are main attractions. The road has likely claimed thousands of lives.
Tadej Pogacar narrowly missed out on a dream return to racing on Sunday at the Slovenian National Championships with Primoz Roglic (Jumbo-Visma) taking the win by just 10 seconds.
Tadej Pogacar put in a storming ride on home soil to claim gold in the Slovenian National Time Trial Championships. Pogacar takes title while Polanc claims bronze.
Bron wrote on his Instagram, “#CLIFF 🤸♂️ There is no place for doubts! But I have to follow some rules: put myself into my bubble, analyse, anticipate and then ride!