Rui Costa to re-prioritize Tour de France’s stage wins

Rui Costa told that he would be reverting to his earlier aim of prioritizing stage victories in Tour de France instead of making it overall his top target - as has been the event for the past 2 summers.

The most successful Tour de France of Rui was in the year 2013, when he got 2 big Alpine stage victories. But in the year 2014, when the then world champ started to aim the overall assortment, he had to quit as of pneumonia and after in the year 2015, he deserted after a crash in which he hurt his leg and back.

Mark Cavendish makes himself available for Team GB’s Olympic squad

Great Britain cyclist Mark Cavendish has taken another step towards a possible conjure for an Olympic medal in Rio by making himself formally available for selection following a meeting in Italy along with the team management of Great Britain after the recent track world events in London, UK.

Cycling Fever Grips London

Infrastructure of cycling has been pouring with investment from Boris Johnson in London whereas in other cities there is no standardized scheme of transport.

The urge today is of sustainable transportation which is provided by cycling. Britain is surely hailed as the nation of cyclists since the success of Olympics in 2012. Bradley Wiggins was named as the personality of the year by BBC Sports.

Jacques Janse Van Rensburg aiming at podium finish in 2015 Tour of Oman

Jacques Janse Van Renseburg, the 27 year old South African racing Cyclist who rides for the MTN-Qhubeka team is currently in full form and he is hopeful of becoming successful in the Tour of Oman.

He became the winner of South African National Road Race. Earlier this February, he became the winner of the third place in the African Championships.

Van Rensburg thinks that he will be able to perform as well as the race favourites in the Tour of Oman and even secure a place in the Overall category. According to him, a Podium finish is not an impossible task at all for him.

Actions Taken By Police Against Riders On Pavements

Every cyclist that is caught to be riding on the pavements of Blackpoolhas to pay a fine of £100 and will be offered a seat in the course that the council runs on road safety.

The Blackpool police claim that the cyclists who ride on such pavements are a danger to the pedestrians as there is always a risk of collision among them.