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June 11, 2013 Nick Leftley How did you come up with the Bubba Scrub? It looks like you're turning the bike completely sideways in midair...Now, if you take your hand and just put it flat, you're cutting through the air instead of going against it.
British Cycling's Brian Cookson to run for UCI presidency British Cycling chief Brian Cookson has announced he will stand as a candidate for president of the sport's world governing body in September. The 61-year-old will challenge Pat McQuaid who
BikeNZ enjoyed a triple winning day as their 2016 Rio Olympic campaign began in Europe yesterday. London Olympic medallist Simon van Velthooven and teenage star Dylan Kennett enjoyed victories on the second day of the UCI tier one international track
Most big telescopes are on Earth or in space looking outward. But the International Lunar Observatory precursor by Moon Express will be on the Moon looking at Earth . And not just that, but the public will be able to go online, manouevre the
McQuaid's eight-year tenure as boss of world cycling has been plagued by major doping scandals and allegations of cover-ups and complacency from the sport's governing body. His proposal to be re-elected as president for a third four-year term sparked
Three decades on, BMX Australia has delivered exactly the opposite message. At the 2013 BMX Nationals held in Brisbane last week, female competitors received half the prize money of male riders in the main event, the Oceania Championship...The men's
You can't do anything to win it, you can just try to win every national, and that is all you can do," says Sophia...Yeah, if you're Sophia Foresta. "It's racing," said Mike Kelly of Riverton, who has helped coach Sophia for the past three years. "
At age 16, BMX bike racer Cole Tesar of Huntersville already has reached the top of his sport several times and he's aiming to go further. Cole, a junior at Hopewell High School, has won world championships in his age category in BMX racing from
D.C. has become such a bike town; it's everywhere, said Chris, a 29-year-old staffer at a child advocacy group in the District. He stills bears the scars of his disastrous first attempt to learn at age 7: a small one on his ankle and an enduring one
Eight-year-old Ryenn Capitani of Vacaville does, and she brings it every time she's competing in a BMX race whether in California or beyond. Don't let the petite blond visage fool you -- she's smart, spirited and strong, with biking skills that rank