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17:24 GMT         Day 23 of 90, Season 43    

Niccolo Maffia's Hitlist
by Finz, at 16/12-17 - 12:27 GMT , Comments (3)

  Written by your secret reporter Dries Kervel 
  Since vanishing in the realms of darkness, mysterious stories have arisen about the movements of Niccolo Maffia. But there will now be some light shed on this evil. He is now working as a full-time

undercover agent. However, through sources even muddier that the great marshes of Caw, we have discovered his list of targets. We present you, Niccolo Maffia’s Hitlist. 
  B?a?ej Urbanek 
  This Polish supe... Read more

The Downhill Observer, S43 Issue 1
by Simon de Montfor, at 11/12-17 - 09:48 GMT , Comments (11)

  Written by Simon de Montfor of
  This is the first issue of our fortnightly newspaper where we will summarize recent events related to downhilling, talk about downhill riders, races, tactics, history and much more.

  Let us begin with the OCM Awards Gala, which took place this Friday, day 13. Top riders and managers from previous season have been awarded for their performance. The Best Downhiller award was won by Eleonor Berka, his 2nd award, who managed... Read more

Tweaking and Changing Engine
by Team Zyte, at 25/10-17 - 23:58 GMT

  Hey guys 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

  Hey guys 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


Kurt Tielemans
Age: 32
Team: AK Pro Race.

Winner of Zürich-Bern-Zürich, Season 43.

Most recent result:
1 - Zürich-Bern-Zürich

Recent Results

Arrecife - Femés
1Charro AlboChaFalote
2Jeremy HughesTSG Cycling Team
3Sveinung StrandReload

Rosenheim - Königsbrunn
1Aleksander HetlandTeam WonderDee
2Gerhard DusselCyclists
3Keegan PinsonHog Bay CT
Tweedaagse van Antwerpen 32
by Finz, at 9/12-17 - 09:15 GMT , Comments (2)

  Written by Simon de Montfort of Annodomini
  Did you know that Antwerp hosted the 1920 Summer Olympics? The streets of Antwerp were used for the road cycling events of which the main one was an individual 175-kilometre time trial - can you imagine???

In addition all riders were using fixed gears! And if you look at Belgian roads in this area, you can figure out it had to be a cobbled time trial most of the time!
  Fortunately in 32nd edition of Tweedaagse van Antwerpen riders wi... Read more

Salon des Refuses
by Finz, at 27/11-17 - 21:53 GMT , Comments (9)

  As requested
  Authority, when first detecting chaos at its heels, will entertain the vilest schemes to save its orderly facade - V
  It is that time of the season again where awards are handed out. Did you ever stop

to ask why are the awards given to individuals when this is a team sport?
  I give you the second "Salon des Refusés" - exhibition of rejects.
  This season awards:
&... Read more

Race Reports

Success for Charro Albo

  Many climbs, a sunny day and several attacks shaped the race in Arrecife - Femés. One after another, the riders tried to break away from the main group, though no one could succeed.<... Read more

Aleksander Hetland wins Rosenheim - Königsbrunn once again

  With lovely weather in Germany, all the riders were ready to do their best in Rosenheim - Königsbrunn - and som certainly did. Gerhard Dussel from Cyclists went away from the peloton... Read more

Korneli Filip's first stage

  The activity in the peloton was high in Fréjus - Col de Turini. Several riders attempted to break away. When the peloton passed the first 13 km, Abelardo Romo (Sanchx), Korneli Filip... Read more

The Jonhatan's Late Show - S3E3
by JonhatanHernandez, at 16/10-17 - 10:32 GMT , Comments (9)

  Written by JonhatanHernandez of
  Hello ladies and gentlemen and welcome to the Late Show with Johnathan Hernandez!

Basketball offseason was hella crazy. I wonder if we will ever see that on cycling. To begin with the transfer and contract system is trash. Do you imagine trades in cycling? Imagine a headline like this: Peter Sagan traded to Team Sky in exchange of Gerai... Read more

The Jonhatan's Late Show - S3E2
by JonhatanHernandez, at 2/10-17 - 10:56 GMT , Comments (26)

  Written by JonhatanHernandez of
  Hello ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the Slow… I mean, Late Show with Johnathan Hernandez!

Sagan even human? How can you get back to back to back World Championships?! That is INSANE. Sagan is looking like MJ out there, and it is really nice to see that he went from Sagundo, always second, the eternal loser to one of the most versatil... Read more

Haute-Normandie S42 - A Preview
by Knotts, at 25/9-17 - 11:26 GMT , Comments (1)

  Written by Knotts of
  California Mist
  For the 16th time, 24 teams from all over the world have gathered on the northern coast of France in the quiet town of Le Havre. The race starts with a quick prologue before the racing heads

for the tough cobbled roads on the way to Normandie where we crown the next winner of the red jersey. This division 2 tour is a real test of power and a riders technique – to win they will need to have good form and a strong team to support them on the 4 stages.
&... Read more

Press Releases

oh my

  riders been on race break for 538 days. RIP Speedyb. Can't believe I use to spend so much time on this site hahahaha Kinda miss it...

For mye sprit??

  Vi har nå havnet i 6. Divisjon! Manager Grey Goose spør seg selv om dette skyldes uante mengder sprit den siste tiden, noe som ikke kan avkreftes. Har vi ...

Gearing up for the Monte Rosa

  On the eve of the start of the 30th edition of the Monte Rosa in Bern, we interviewed the teams GC hopeful Johnathan Berthelsen to see what his aims and ambitio...

Seasons first tour

  Cas Bleiswijk is preparing to be tour captain for the first time. He´s still young but needs to get the feeling for the captain role as the team starts prepari...