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Archives - February 2012

27
Feb

Partnership with the Taylor Hooton Foundation

We are pleased to announce partnership links with the Taylor Hooton Foundation in the USA. We have long since sanctioned against the use of illegal performance enhancing steroids in sport.  Sometimes, though, steroid use goes beyond sports and ethics and becomes a matter of life and death. The median age for beginning steroid use is …

21
Feb

ABSA Cape Epic 2012 by Yolandè Pretorius

Expect the unexpected – it’s all about the 9th edition of the untamed, African, mountain bike stage race – ABSA Cape Epic. Top professional and amateur mountain bikers from around the world,  will be gathering on the 25th of March 2012 for the official start to which is described as the world’s largest mountain bike …

16
Feb

Endura Racing Start Season On Great Form

John Tiernan-Locke (Endura Racing) put in the ride of his life to take two stage wins and the overall yellow jersey in the prestigious season opener the Tour of Méditerranéen in France last weekend. The British rider won stage 1 and stage 4 of four day event. The final stage was shortened due to adverse …

10
Feb

Cycling Jersey Signed by 6 World Champions

We have a very rare cycling jersey signed by six World Champions up for auction on Ebay.

8
Feb

LE TOUR de LANGKAWI ENTERS ITS THIRD YEAR PARTNERSHIP WITH BIKE PURE

Cycling fans worldwide deserve heroes they can believe in and Le Tour de Langkawi (LTdL) supports the fight against using illegal performance enhancing drugs to compete in cycle sport

6
Feb

Alberto Contador Handed ‘Two Year Ban’ for Doping

Spanish professional Alberto Contador has been issued with a ‘two year sanction’. The long running saga finally came to a conclusion today when the Court of Arbitration for sport stripped him of his 2010 Tour de France victory. Contador is only the second rider to have had his Tour de France title nullified after that …

5
Feb

Learn From the Past?

For certain on Monday morning, we and Alberto Contador will finally find out the decision of the CAS tribunal. A concerned party told me today: “What does it matter now, Even if he is found guilty, the past year of stalling and mismanagement has proved the system flawed.” And I fully agree. Regardless of the …