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Welcome to CyclingNews.com
Since its inception in 1995, Cyclingnews has grown to become the world leader on the internet for the sport of cycling. The site is the passionate cycling fan's first port of call for news, race results, tech, live race coverage, race photography, interviews, features, diaries, video content, fitness and forums.
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Cyclingnews' editorial team leader, Dan organises the site's coverage with the team around the globe.
Sue coordinates our year-round off-road coverage, writes news and produces race coverage.
Laura handles Cyclingnews' feature commissioning and scheduling. A racer for nearly a decade, she says she has been pack fodder in some pretty big races.
Peter produces race coverage for all disciplines, edits news and writes features.
Regional Editor Australia
Sydney-based, Jane has long been passionate about Aussie cyclists and their performances. It is the career efforts of Stuart O'Grady that she most admires.
The latest addition to the Sydney team, Alex rarely strays far from the cycling world. A strong supporter of the domestic road scene, he also closely follows the professional circuit.
Barry writes news and produces race coverage for Cyclingnews. Growing up, his cycling heroes were Marco Pantani and Paul Kimmage.
Based in France, Hedwig has covered several grand tours and world championships for Cyclingnews.
Based in Germany, Susan has her finger on the pulse when it comes to European racing.
The guru for all things equipment-related, James rides on and off-road in the process of writing the best gear tests in the business.
A youthful veteran of nine Tours de France and long-time feature writer for Procycling magazine, Daniel's finger is never far from the Continental pulse.
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