James Piccoli Fan Zone (photo: Rob Ramsey)
(En français plus bas.)
Montreal Pro cyclist James Piccoli has a large fan base in his home town, where
friends and family set up an official “James Piccoli Fan Zone” for the Grand
Prix Cycliste de Montréal, on September 9th, to commemorate James’s first UCI
World Tour race. Continue reading
James Piccoli (photo: Arne Sideco)
Tucson, Arizona, February 2016. It was a sunny morning when the air is sweet before the heat sets in, and the cactus needles fight their way into your rims.
I was pedalling along the road that leads to Mount Lemmon. It is a long 46 or so km climb; not very steep, and ideal for spring training, when a young rider passed me. I spotted his local team jersey (Transport Lacombe). Fortunately, he wasn’t riding tempo so I was able to catch up with him.
Lex Albrecht (Photo credit: B. Hodes)
Lex Albrecht will be stepping up to the European plate in 2016!
Lex announced a big move a few days ago. The Canadian pro cyclist has signed a contract with Italian UCI team BePink for next season.
It’s a crucial move for her career, as racing full time in Europe is the only way for her to really move forward.
Lex has accepted to share her thoughts with us.
Young Quebecer Catherine Ouellette has joined the pro cyclists ranks on Tuesday when it was announced that she was put under contract by Optum Pro Cycling presented by Kelly Benefit Strategies, the american based team.
Skiplus takes a little pause this morning to introduce this promising cyclist.
Guillaume Boivin Photo : Pasquale Stalteri
« Allez, allez, let’s go! On lâche pas, on s’accroche! »
Pierre-Étienne Boivin se retourne : « C’est pas facile, il serre les dents… »
Un texte de Pierre Shanks
Pierre-Étienne est le frère de Guillaume Boivin, le dossard 201 de SpiderTech-C10, et son meilleur ami dans la vie. Il a couru la dernière saison en France comme amateur, mais a décroché cette année afin de se concentrer sur ses études. Guillaume vient de passer devant nous en queue de peloton, sur Camilien-Houde, dans la quatrième montée du Grand Prix de Montréal. Il en reste… 13.