Porte Concludes Season Early Given Fitness Issues

Aussie cycling star Richie Porte has decided to conclude his 2014 season early given serious health problems. The rider has not participated in any of the championships since Tour France this year.
“I could not come up with best health this time”, Porte noted. “I spoke to doctors in Manchester & we have discovered that I had mild pneumonia during the France Tour.”
Richie helped Froome in winning 2013 Tour France title & scored a number of great achievements for himself last year- including overall victory in Paris-Nice & 2nd position in Vuelta Pais Vasco & Criterium Dauphine.

Wiggins Not To Take Part In Grand Tours

Sir Wiggins is not interested to take part in the grand tours any more, much to the dismay of many of his fans.
The ace rider has turned back on the cut-throat cycling road racing & has reportedly ruled out contesting in Tour France further or ay such grand tours.
The Tour de France 2012 champion is rather more interested in track and is looking forward to participate in the upcoming Rio Olympics.
“I am sort of done with the road”, remarked Wiggo who recently won silver at Commonwealth Games team pursuit.

The Negative Impacts Of Cycling As Per The Cyclists

Two wheeler is more popular but it also comes with its dangers. Some riders are inconsiderate and so much that the cyclists fear the cyclists. Be it the busy road, a narrow pathway, broad lane to hilly terrain the cyclist has the danger of colliding with the other cyclist if many are moving in together at the same pace.

The sport of cycling is booming. The bike shops and repair parts are booming with cycling. The tournaments of cycling are also making the cycle business boom. The pedestrians are the worst hit by cycling.

Alberto Contador’s Performance In Catalunya Reflects That He Is Back Into Action

Alberto Contador (Team Tinkoff-Saxo) is one of the best professional cyclists as he has won all the three Grand road cycling tours. Therefore much is expected out of him and he has always proved his worth in ways unimaginable.

Wiggins inspired Trott to ride

Laura Trott is undoubtedly the most successful female riders in Brit cycling and guess who inspired to Olympic champion to pedal- it was none other than the 2012 Tour de France champion Sir Bradley Wiggins.

The star athlete, with double Olympic gold & an MBE is on her mission to encourage kids to take to riding, just the way Sir Wiggins encouraged her on their first ever encounter 9 years back- Trott was a little girl of 12 when she first met Bradley Wiggins.