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Cycling Weekly

EditorSimon Richardson
CategoriesSport magazine
FrequencyWeekly
Circulation16,838 (ABC Jan - Dec 2019) Print and digital editions.
First issue24 January 1891 ( 1891-01-24 )
CompanyTI Media
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
Websitecyclingweekly .com
ISSN0951-5852
FacebookCyclingWeekly

From November 1 2020, all UK posts will be delivered in good time and overseas orders * are being sent by Airmail again! We've decided to take a financial blow to help get our service to you back to how it should be; speedy overseas delivery, especially in time for Christmas. Relax, you're travelling in First Class with Newsstand. Suspended Countries * Please note that there is no postal service to the following locations at this time: Azerbaijan, Botswana, Cuba, Haiti, Iraq, Kosovo, Mauritania, Mauritius, Nepal, Paraguay, Turkmenistan, Venezuela, Zambia buy a single copy of CYCLING WEEKLY or subscription of your desired length, delivered worldwide. Current issues send same day up to 3pm! All magazines are sent by 1 Class Mail UK & by Airmail worldwide. This magazine is a brilliant all inclusive CYCLING base publication that is released every single week in the UK. No other CYCLING Magazine is released so frequently and contains as much information as CYCLING WEEKLY. The speed with which they are released means that the magazine stays bang up to date with everything concerned with CYCLING. This magazine is ideal for avid CYCLING fanatic. It will provide useful supportive health and fitness pages which will provide invaluable advice to those readers who need a little extra boost for their fitness to be at its best. We think this magazine could become an avid cycleras bible, which can be relied on to give useful advice and the most honest product review around. Writers and editors clearly know their bike trivia and readers can rely on getting the most trustworthy advice from CYCLING WEEKLY. Do you like to be aggressive and environmentally friendly? Which many more people are in todayas society. We think that CYCLING is the best way to get around you if you are fan of living a greener lifestyle, particularly if you live in a huge city like London or Manchester. Frankly, thought of all that traffic brings us out in sweat! We think more people should hop on their bikes and help to stop so much pollution and more importantly save them-selves bundle of cash by avoiding those sneaky petrol costs. If you fancy getting on your bike, get a copy of this magazine in order to get low down on All latest bike information.

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History

Chris Froome 6 310 points 2. Mark Cavendish 4 010 points 3. Robert Millar 2 900 points 4. Bradley Wiggins 2 710 points 5. Tom Simpson 2 545 points 6. Geraint Thomas 2 005 points 7. Chris Boardman 1 965 points 8. David Millar 1 580 points * 9. Barry Hoban 1 455 points 10. Simon Yates 1 210 points 11. Michael Wright 800 points Adam Yates 775 points 13. Max Sciandri 675 points * 14. Sean Yates 635 points 15. Brian Robinson had 605 points 16. Ben Swift 470 points 17. Steve Cummings 425 points 18. Malcolm Elliott 380 points 19. Ian Stannard 370 points 20. Alex Dowsett had 270 points 21. Roger Hammond 235 points 22. Jeremy Hunt had 230 points 23. Luke Rowe 180 points 24. Vin Denson 155 points 25. Alan Ramsbottom 150 points scroll down to see how points have been allocated. Chris Froome is British number one after winning the 2013, 2015 and 2016 2017 editions of the Tour de France, plus victory in the 2017 Vuelta Espana, victory in the Giro dItalia in 2018, and second places in 2011, 2014 and 2016 editions of Vuelta, second place in 2012 Tour and third place in 2018 Tour. From humble beginnings, Froome established himself as one of the world's foremost stage racers, with victories in the Criterium du Dauphine, Tour de Romandie, Criterium International, Tour of Oman and Vuelta Andalucia to add to his Grand Tour success. When Mark Cavendish won the sixth stage of the 2013 Giro dItalia he moved ahead of Robert Millar in our ranking. Though-as pure sprinter-he will never win the Grand Tour, it is the sheer number of his wins that impresses, including 30 stage wins in the Tour alone. Cavendish has also rewritten British Cycling history books. He is the first British rider to win four stages in a single Tour de France and has since won six in one edition of the Tour, take Tours green jersey and road race World Championship title. Scotlands Robert Millar is third in ranking. In 16 years as a professional, Millar was one of the finest climbers in the peloton. Millar finished on podium at the Giro dItalia and Vuelta Espana. Millars ' fourth place in the 1984 Tour de France was the highest by a British rider at that point. That year he also won the polka-dot jersey as king of mountains. That Millar is one of Britains greatest ever stage racers is in little doubt. But it wasnt just on Grand Tours that Millar excel. He also won the Dauphine Libere and Volta Catalunya. His best one-day performances were sixth in the World Championships road race in Barcelona in 1984, and third in the 1988 Liege-Bastogne-Liege. Bradley Wiggins's transformation from Olympic gold-medal winning track rider to Grand Tour contender first came to fore in the 2009 Tour de France, where he equaled Robert Millars ' record in fourth overall.

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Early campaigns

Cycling apparel brand Rapha has announced its support of British Cyclings ' relaunched ChooseCycling campaign, which aims to get 14 million more Britons riding bikes. The campaign was relaunched by the national governing body in May during the height of the coronavirus lockdown, with many Brits turning to their bikes to escape to great outdoors. > Get latest Black Friday Cycling deals here < that month, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in parliament that life after lockdown should be new Golden age for cycling, with BC then introducing new measures to help people and policymakers make the switch to biking through the ChooseCycling campaign. > The cycling industry combines forces for huge BikeIsBest campaign to get more people riding along with Sustrans and London Cycling Campaig, Rapha will now provide aid to support the campaign, including mobilising its 16 500 Rapha Cycling Club members to help those new to riding. Brand will also showcase most inspirational and remarkable people who turned to cycling in the last two months to try to demonstrate the positive impact of cycling on life, particularly in cities. Longer term, Rapha says it will continue to fund grassroots participation through its charitable foundation. Rapha was founded with a vision to make cycling the most popular sport in the world and there has never been such an opportunity-or urgency-to promote riding in our cities, says Rapha founder and CEO Simon Mottram. We have always believed cycling has the power to transform lives-it is just about the most uplifting thing someone can do with their time-and were excited about bringing all our efforts to bear on showing people just how inspiring cycling in the city can be. British Cycling CEO, Julie Harrington say: We are delighted to welcome Raphas support for the British Cyclings ChooseCycling campaign. Britain now faces a stark choice between an old routine of cars, congestion and pollution or a new future of healthy streets, happy people and cleaner air. And, at a moment of national need, enabling more people to choose cycling is vital. We believe the bike has the power to transform people's lives and were excited to see how Rapha will bring the joys of cycling to life in their upcoming work. In May, UK Government said it will provide £2bn to create pop-up bike lanes, wider pavements, safer junctions, and cycle and bus-only corridors within weeks as part of new funding to support safe transport during the coronavirus pandemic. Vouchers will also be issued to help people pay for bike repairs and plans are being developed to make more bike fixing facilities available; although more details on the voucher system have yet to emerge. In a government announcement, Cycling and Walking Commissioner for Greater Manchester, Chris Boardman, said funding was the most logical solution to short-term problems and that if we choose, itll help us tackle long-term ones.

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The modern magazine

Cycling Weekly is the world's leading Cycling website for news, racing, reviews, video, and fitness and training advice. As brand, Cycling Weekly was originally founded in magazine form in 1891, with the website launching in 2006. > Get latest Cyber Monday Cycling deals here < magazine continues to be the best-selling cycling publication in the UK, while the site has grown to reach millions of cycling fans around the world and continue to expand. We pride ourselves on delivering timely and accurate news and interviews from the biggest races and the wider cycling world, as well as providing in-depth buying advice and impartial reviews from our expert tech team.

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Controversy

British Cycling is rushing to draft new guidance for commissaires on controversial change to rules amid fears it will be too harsh on competitors. The National governing bodys road commission is planning to scrap a longstanding rule that allows riders to take lap out of race on a circuit of less than two kilometres, if they have puncture, crash or mechanical defect, because of reports that the rule is being abused by riders. The BCs technical commission are now redrafting guidance before the board decides whether to ratify the change or not. It is not do deal yet, but it is heading that way, Jonny Clay, BCs Cycle Sport and membership director, say. Were trying to get it through as quickly as we could. He does not, however, give details of how guidance would change. Since the announcement of the rule change in late December 2016, many have said the revised rules are unfair.

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