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Cycling Weekly

Cycling Weekly November 14, 2019

Published by Time Inc. (UK) Ltd Cycling Weekly is the UK's only weekly special interest magazine focusing on the cycling market. It is the best source of breaking international and UK news, race reportage, reliable fitness advice, trustworthy product reviews and inspirational features for British cyclists. Always a great read, Cycling Weekly inspires you to ride your bike more!

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start line 14.11

The day I started serious training (Jan 1, 1996) I started my training diary — logging in a notebook every mile, minute, average speed, resting HR and a few thoughts on each ride I did. I’ve still got those diaries somewhere. This was in the days before GPS devices and Strava, when a simple Cateye computer did the job perfectly well. What I should do now is go back and add up all those years of cycling and take a guess at my total — but whatever it is, it would be put to shame by Russ Mantle. I’m sure all of you will have seen last week’s news on 82-year-old Russ as he rode (and logged) his millionth mile. A mind-boggling distance. We went to interview him on this incredible achievement, as…

4 min.
mixed results for gb team pursuiters at track world cup

The faces of the British Cycling men’s team pursuit squad told the story. After 24 hours in which the squad had twice splintered to pieces on the boards of the Chris Hoy velodrome in Glasgow, there were plenty of frowns and few smiles as they sat dissecting their ride with coach Iain Dyer. For the men’s quartet, there is some distance to be covered to make their way to the front of the pursuiting pack. Veteran Ed Clancy said: “With British Cycling, you’re only going to see our best performance at the Olympics, we throw everything at that.” The team of Clancy, Ollie Wood, Ethan Hayter and Charlie Tanfield had tested some different strategies on how to ride the event in Glasgow. In qualifying, Wood had done a long early turn but…

2 min.
marchant back to winning form in the keirin

It had been a long time coming for Katy Marchant when she found herself climbing back atop a podium. Prior to her victory in the keirin at the Glasgow World Cup on Saturday, the stalwart of British sprinting hadn’t won a race since the National Championships in 2018. After the race she said the victory was “massively” significant. “I focused really hard over the summer,” said the Leeds-born sprinter. I’ve been just making sure I was getting faster and faster — ultimately, that’s what’s going to matter when it comes to the Olympics. I really am seeing progress and I’m really happy. It’s a massive confidence boost to be able to put that speed on the track in a keirin as well, because doing a flying 200m in the sprint is one…

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super-sub stewart’s stunning silver

It was 1.30am on Sunday morning when Mark Stewart arrived in Glasgow to ride the World Cup omnium that afternoon. By the time he arrived in Glasgow he had “gone past the point of being tired” so he took some time to get to sleep. It wasn’t ideal preparation but a few hours later he’d be on the podium receiving a silver medal having put in a hugely impressive performance. “The strength in depth of our squad is so good that you know if you’re going to race, you’re taking someone else’s spot, so you better perform,” said Stewart. He was sat on his sofa in Manchester watching the men’s Madison when the call came. The previous few days he’d racked up three hours in the rain on a mountain bike and another…

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van der poel wins euro cross champs

Mathieu van der Poel won his third European Cyclo-cross Championship in a row in Silvelle, Italy, on Sunday after outclassing a host of Belgians. The world champion spent most of the race weathering a storm of attacks from Belgians Eli Iserbyt and Michael Vanthourenhout. Brit Tom Pidcock finished in eighth, one minute and 10 seconds behind van der Poel, an impressive result at his first elite championship. World champion van der Poel attacked early during the first lap and pulled two Belgians, Eli Iserbyt and Quinten Hermans, with him. Pidcock, who often has a slower first lap than his rivals, missed the early move but joined back up with a large chasing pack at the end of the opening lap. Van der Poel was strong in the latter part of the lap where he could…

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glaetzer ploughs on after cancer diagnosis

Australian track sprinter Matthew Glaetzer has bounced back swiftly from a diagnosis of cancer, according to the head of Cycling Australia. Glaetzer revealed at the weekend that he had been diagnosed with thyroid cancer after he went to see the doctor with a stiff neck. He has already had an operation to remove the tumour and was recovering at the weekend. Head of Cycling Australia Simon Jones said that Glaetzer had taken the news of the diagnosis well: “He’s very matter of fact, Matt. He has a strong faith and just gets on with things. The day after he found out, the next day he was in training, he actually PB’d in the gym, and he trained really hard on the days leading up to the surgery. “I think our challenge will be…