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Feature Dan Martin and Nicolas Roche have ended their careers but that doesn't mean Irish cycling must head into the wilderness again
Extract Extract from The Ascent: Sean Kelly, Stephen Roche and the Rise of Irish Cycling's Golden Generation
News Peter Sagan, Caleb Ewan and Sam Bennett feature among the Irish ex-pro's favourites for this year's bunch sprints
Procycling Procycling magazine remembers the season when the Irishman raced to over 30 wins, including Milan-San Remo and Paris-Roubaix
By Daniel Benson in Paris As the curtain came down on another Tour de France, cycling legend Sean...
2005 Alessandro Petacchi (Ita) Fassa Bortolo 294 km in 7.11.39 (40.866 km/h) 2004 Oscar Freire Gomez...
2007 1 Damiano Cunego (Ita) Lampre-Fondital 242kms in 5.52.48 (41.16 km/h) 2 Riccardo Ricco (Ita)...
Returning almost 20 years after his 1976 win in the event, Ireland's cycling star and former world...
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Nathan Haas' 2023 gravel guide for new races, toughest races and wild adventuresOne-day rides and far-flung adventures stretch from Canada, Finland, Kenya and Kyrgyzstan
Corey Coogan-Cisek blog - Kerstperiode both stage racing and social events for cyclocrossA cluster of 'cross between Christmas and New Year's in Belgium brings memories of 'fatigue, mud, broken bike parts'
Rukhsar Habibzai - Living my mother’s memories of a Taliban-ruled Afghanistan'We fought to attain the most basic rights for women to make their own personal decisions - and it's all been taken away'
Nathan Haas blog – What to expect at the first Gravel World ChampionshipsOur gravel diarist gives an insider's peek at the route, contenders, and tactics for this weekend's event
Nathan Haas blog – The inevitable rise of teamwork in gravel racingAfter winning The Rift, Australian reflects on how team tactics are re-shaping gravel, for better or worse