Fabian Represents Gore Bike Wear

Fabian Cancellara has taken on the product ambassador role with Gore Bike Wear. Being a pro cyclist who announced his retirement, his new appointment seems a natural one.


He is considered a former Classics master as well as Olympic Time Trial Champion. Cancellara won gold in Rio and decided to retire from professional biking at the age of 35. He has now been brought on board with this brand to help them with a product line development. Being a Swiss biking champion, he will be able to provide his inputs on what constitutes quality biking wear and accessories. He states that he was always interested in trying different gear and accessories that were often introduced as prototypes. He is now happy with the new role that gives him a chance to develop products and gave his inputs for them.

The brand will have Cancellara as part of their numerous events in the forthcoming months. Continue reading “Fabian Represents Gore Bike Wear”

The latest Podcasts On Cycling World

The recent podcast that the Telegraph has come out with shows that their newfound interest is on Spain. Spain is going to host some of the races to start with the season’s stage races and all this came into news after it was announced that Alberto Contador was making this year his last year in the sport.

Alberto Contador is a two time winner and holder of the Tour de France title and this week, he said he wants to retire by the end of the coming season. The retirement of this legendary rider will create a hollow in the heart of the Spanish Cycling Federation.

The four of the legendary yet aging riders Contador, Joaquim Rodriguez, Alejandro Valverde and Samuel Sanchez will be replaced by a group of very talented young riders and this was the topic of discussion for the riders Lionel Birnie, Daniel Friebe and Richard Moore. This is the state of the cycling sport in the country. Continue reading “The latest Podcasts On Cycling World”

Chris Horner Joins Up US Squad Airgas-Safeway

late. The US team is a Continental-level outfit and Horner has signed a one-year contract with the team.

The 43-year-old rider is the oldest Grand-Tour champion in contemporary cycling and he would be riding for home III Division team in the coming year. After his stances at 1st Div. World Tour squads such as Lampre-Merida this year, the veteran cyclist did not find any elite team to sign up with for the coming season.

“I have earned huge success with my cycling career & I am very much proud of my achievements”, stated Horner. Continue reading “Chris Horner Joins Up US Squad Airgas-Safeway”