Vinokourov Active With Astana Team

Vinokourov might be out of the active racing circuits, but he is still active behind the scenes.

AGE IS NOT A LIMITER – DAVIDE REBELLIN

Italy’s Davide Rebellin is refusing to give up on his pro cycling career, and holds high hopes of winning races in this current 2017 season.

After a lot of years in a number of top teams, Rebellin signed with Cartuchoes, a new and yet unknown Continental team from Kuwait in the Middle East.

For this 2017 season, his first race would be the Tour du Haut-Var scheduled to hold on February 18 and 19.

LOTTO SOUDAL AND SANAS EXTENDS PARTNERSHIP

Lotto Soudal will be starting up next season on a good note, following the extension of partnership with Sanas.

Sanas had been a sponsor of the team since 2015, supplying them with food supplements. However, as from the 2017 season, they will supply the team with more produces such as gels, bars and isotonic drinks. Soudal would also respond to the gesture by providing a spot on the shirt of their U23 and Ladies team for Sanas logo.

SIR CHRIS HOY JOINS SLEEPS OUT FOR SOCIAL BITE.

Sir Chris Hoy and Josh little has join hundreds of people for a sleep out organized by Social Bite to raise funds for their planned project of providing affordable accommodation for homeless people.

UK Tour de France riders’ among those ‘doped’ by a London doctor, reports

British pro cyclists at the top level are among hundred and fifty sports stars that a doctor from London has claimed that he has served take banished performance-enhancing drugs.

A Sunday Times probe, published on 3rd April, Sunday, showed that Dr Mark Bonar said to have prescribed prohibited substances to un-named ‘British Tour de France cyclists’ and tennis players, a boxing champion, premiership footballers as well as a cricketer. He stated that his clients come from Britain as well as other parts of the world.