Erick Rowsell wins the Tour of the Reservoir Race Report

Stage One The weekend saw Madison Genesis in Blanchland, Northumberland for the second round of the Spring Cup Elite Road Series, the Tour of the Reservoir. Based on circuits around the Derwent reservoir the race has become synonymous with lots of climbing and inclement weather over the years. With gale force winds predicted for s..

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Elite Road Series: Chorley GP Race Report

The opening race of the British Cycling Elite Road Series was at a new venue this year, a 37.3km circuit in Lancashire to be covered five times to give a total race distance of 186.7km. Adding to the challenge, the circuit included the three mile KoM climb of Rivington Road on the outskirts of Chorley which was to cause the riders seve..

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Tour de Normandie: Stage Six Race Report

On paper Stage 6 from Torigni-sur-Vire to Caen looked as though it should have been an enjoyable affair. Once again the early spring season weather had other ideas... gusts of up to 95km/h were promised for the entirety of the route, much of which hugged the infamous Normandy coastline. At only 155km the shortest stage of the race was ..

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Tour de Normandie: Stage Five Race Report

Stage five lived up to the hype preceding the stage of being one of the toughest of the race. At only 170 km between Carentan and Martinvast, it was far from the longest stage but with howling winds and all the climbs packed towards the tail end of the route with another dousing of cold rain for good measure, all the ingredients were t..

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Tour de Normandie: Stage Four Race Report

Stage Four of the Tour de Normandie was an undulating 168.5km between L'Aigle and Bagnoles-de-L'orne. With the majority of the stage crossing the natural park of Normandie the scenery was superb. Unfortunately the race was flat out from the first kilometres so the riders didn't have too much time to appreciate it! Once ..

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Tour de Normandie: Stage Three Race Report

Yesterday’s stage from Elbeuf sur Seine to Argentan on paper looked to be an easy day with only one discernible climb along the 162.5km route. Once again the weather played a major part, a strong wind coming in off the sea combined with rain ensured the riders were stressed all day in anticipation of a cross wind that could explo..

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