|Cobble Trouble, S43 Edition 3 |
by Milo, at 14/2-18 - 19:57 GMT , Comments (4)
Written by Milo of Cloud Atlas
We close the Cobble season with some exciting races and with a theme of many of the same riders from the early season dominating once again.
Antwerpen - Huy
Gale Reason, Jonas Pro Cycling
2. Richard San Nicolas, Equipo Easy On
3. Andrea Camata, IndieRock
Gale Reason continues to make history. The thirty-seven year old won Tweedaagse van Antwerpen earlier this se... Read more
The Downhill Observer, S43 Issue 5
by Simon de Montfort, at 12/2-18 - 10:17 GMT , Comments (2)
Written by Simon de Montfort of
This time we will go straight into the action and begin this issue with race reports.
Day 63 Rio Pico – Gas Nac
breakaway succeeded in the 43rd edition of Rio Pico and only one rider on podium was a downhiller. Failry unknown riders Grant Kitterman and Tiago Quintino came first and second with Abdul-Jalil Umarah taking 3rd spot and saving the donwhillers honour. The favorites McP... Read more
| Tweaking and Changing Engine|
by Team Zyte, at 25/10-17 - 23:58 GMT
I have decided to make a change in the race engine as an experiment, and also, as announced the other day, I have tweaked the in... Read more
Training and Division Bonus
by Team Zyte, at 23/10-17 - 23:44 GMT
I have planned a few changes in the game in an attempt to make it easier for new teams.
Two of the changes are already in pla... Read more
Most recent result:
1 - World Championships
Tabor GrandPrix (WT)
|2||Ruru Leonard||New Zealand|
Oslo Grand Prix (WT)
|3||Barthélémy Besse||France|| The Jonhatan's Late Show - S4 Finale|
by JonhatanHernandez, at 6/2-18 - 20:48 GMT , Comments (14)
Written by JonhatanHernandez of
Hello ladies and gentlemen and welcome to the Last Late Show with Johnathan Hernandez!
When I first came
into the game I was shocked by how amazing it was, being so small and simple. I play loads of online games but I quit them after two or three months. I´ve been here for two years, and it has been amazing. However, my free time is increasingly decreasing (oh, the irony, t... Read more
Allround comes around S43 Edition 2
by Frank Holwerda, at 29/1-18 - 21:21 GMT , Comments (1)
Written by Frank Holwerd of Holwerda Cycling
In edition 1 we have talked about a very strong Hernan Brizeno in Division 3 and the winner of the only Top Division race until then: Horatio Higginson.
In this edition we will look
at the races until 2/3rd of the season.
In this section of the season, we encounter the only classic in the all-round race genre: Tour of Hawaii in Division 3. Since Brizeno was dominating this division and he had signed up, he was one of ... Read more
|The Downhill Observer, S43 Issue 4|
by Simon de Montfor, at 25/1-18 - 18:19 GMT , Comments (6)
Written by Simon de Montfor of
Today, before the usual reports from the recent downhill races, we will talk a bit about tactics.
Races which end up with a downhill ride to the finish
line offer quite a lot of possible tactics for the teams. One of the obvious roles designed for such type of races is the downhill guide – but should there be one, or two dh guides? Or maybe five of them? The manager may also want to have some team mates, who can help ... Read more
Vuelta a Valparaìso
by Finz, at 21/1-18 - 21:44 GMT , Comments (5)
Written by Frank Holwerda of Holwerda Cycling
These are teams listed for the second edition of the Vuelta a Valparaìso, in alphabetical order:
This all French team
is bringing a bunch of climbers to this tour. Perhaps they are in for a stage win, but who knows what Hadrien Mallet can do in the GC with a consistent tour and a strong team for the king stage
&n... Read more
The Jonhatan's Late Show - S4E3
by JonhatanHernandez, at 19/1-18 - 10:30 GMT , Comments (6)
Written by JonhatanHernandez of
Welcome ladies and gentlemen to the Late Show with Johnathan Hernandez!
It is sad to see that cycling
is the dope sport. I mean soccer and football are all highlights and fame but they are mostly clean. And it is sad to see that in cycling they do not even care about moral responsibilities. Which at the end of the day is sad. I don´t want my sport to be known as the sport o... Read more