Added to the commencement of the highest honored cycling event in their country, the English cycling enthusiasts have another reason to be delighted of late. Sir Brailsford has recently hailed Britain as top cycling nation of the world citing instances of record performances by English riders.
The Sky boss stressed on record gold medal feats at the Olympic by the British riders over the past 6 years as one of the major reasons – behind his declaration of Britain as #1 cycling at present.
The aspiring Giro spectators have expressed great dissatisfaction given the prolonged wait for hours online to secure passes for the opening ceremony of the prestigious Italian race.
The prolonged wait was mostly due to the staggering demands for the Giro inaugural ceremony tickets that caused online delays.
Thousands of fans were spotted trying to gather tickets for this free of charge event which is to be hosted on 8th May at Belfast City Hall. The opening ceremony would have 9 elite riders from the 22 contesting squads appearing before the public.
Michael Rogers an Australian cyclist is expected to make a comeback very soon for racing after overcoming his restriction and disapproval for participation because of the positive signs of the clenbuterol drug that was found in him during the Japan cup where he had won the previous year.
A website for the Scot legend Sir Chris Hoy has been designed by Fiasco Design, a popular agency in Bristol. This was mainly done to promote the works of Sir Chris Hoy and also show the wide range of bikes that the rider possessed.
Amazing news for the riders all over and the cycling fans- a new survey has recently revealed that people find cyclists as cooler, more intelligent & charitable in comparison to average person.
The survey was conducted by some Mindlab scientists recently and was aimed to study subconscious attitudes of people towards varied sports. It found that people perceive that sprinters come up with a rare concoction of generosity, intelligence & a “cool” quotient.