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.
- Daniel Benson
- Managing Editor
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Advertising Sales Director - North America
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North American Advertising Sales Executive
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Australian Advertising Sales Executive
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European Sales Manager
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Cyclingnews' editorial team leader, Dan organises the site's coverage with the team around the globe.
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.
Barry writes news and produces race coverage for Cyclingnews. Growing up, his cycling heroes were Marco Pantani and Paul Kimmage.
Stephen Farrand is based in Italy and has covered every edition of the Giro d'Italia since 1994.
Sydney-based, Zeb writes news and produces race coverage for Cyclingnews with a penchant for the Classics.
Cyclingnews’ Canadian contingent, Kirsten produces international race coverage for all cycling disciplines, edits global news and writes features.
Never far away from cycling after growing up in a cycling household.
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.
Design & Development Team
- Sam George
- Peter Gale
- Nick Read
- Jeff Jones
- Kim Fox
- Bonny Colville-Hyde
Also with thanks to
- Tomasz Raganowicz
- Mateusz Siewniak
- Piotr Garbarczyk
- Konrad Twardzik
- Vini Holden
- Dan Bond
- Kevin Li Ying
- Jon Bennett
- David Rodger
- Ali Lateef
- Ian Miller
- Ming Cheung
- Will Custard
T: +44(0) 1173 008130
Future is committed to making its websites accessible to all. We are therefore working towards achieving the internationally recognised W3C Web Content Accessibility 'AA' Standard.
W3C are the World Wide Web Consortium, an international consortium whose member organisations work together to produce standards for the Web. The W3C accessibility standards assist users of the web to perceive, understand, navigate and interact with the Web.
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In designing the Cyclingnews site, we have tried to make the colour contrast as high as possible to ensure legibility.
Images on the Cyclingnews site should have descriptive alternative text explaining the content of the image.
What we are trying to do better?
We have already identified the following areas of our website for improvement:
- Accessible style sheets
- Navigation skip links
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