Monthly Archives: May 2010

Holohan Leads Tour Series Sprints Competition

Round 1 of the Tour Series got underway at Canary Wharf last night and the Team Raleigh squad of Tom Barras, Liam Holohan, James Stewart, Dale Appleby and Richard Handley were in the thick of the action from the start. … Continue reading

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TOUR SERIES STARTS

Team Raleigh start off their quest for Tour Series honours at the Canary Wharf race tonight. This spectacular evening race in the heart of London starts at 7.00pm and will see 10 teams of 5 riders contesting for the race … Continue reading

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Cycling Weekly Health and Fitness

Correct bike fit doesn’t just prevent injury, it allows you to ride faster for free. Cycling Weekly visit an ex-Tour de France ride, and one of the most respected coaches in the country, who has a keen eye for the … Continue reading

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Cycling Weekly: Famous Last words – James Stewart

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Richard Handley 3 Time-Trial Wins in 4 days

  With a relatively quiet week behind us in terms of road races, Team Raleigh rider Richard Handley got his racing miles in on the TT bike. Saturday was the Stone Wheelers 25 mile event on J5/8, with a strong … Continue reading

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Team Raleigh and Fyffes – An Ideal Partnership

Fyffes will be supplying Team Raleigh with fruit for races during the months of May and June with a view to a potential partnership for the 2011 season onwards. Bananas are a traditional food source for cyclists and a great … Continue reading

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The Lincoln

Sunday brought 200 riders to the eight mile circuit, facing 11 laps, with the finish line lying at the top of the famous Michaelgate cobble-stoned climb, which sits at the foot of the picturesque Cathedral of Lincoln City in the … Continue reading

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