Strade Bianche 2018 - Photo Gallery

ProBikeKit travelled to Italy to watch the 13th edition of the Strade Bianche, following the riders as they raced across Tuscany's dirt roads and rolling hills, to the finish in Siena.

2018-03-06 14:53:24By Tom Bracegirdle


Rider Interview - Q&A with Matt Gibson

Young British talent, Matt Gibson, talks to ProBikeKit about his move to JLT Condor, training for the Olympics with Bradley Wiggins and his comeback from illness.

2018-01-10 10:15:51By Tom Bracegirdle


Rider Interview - Q&A with Sanne Cant

Women's World Cyclocross Champion, Sanne Cant, chats with ProBikeKit about dominating the sport, dealing with the critics and wearing the rainbow jersey.

2017-12-19 09:16:38By Tom Bracegirdle


What bike do you need for Cyclo-Cross

At regional level racing, you can race on whatever you want really. This is a really great way to be able to get into the sport, try it out and see if you like it befire comitting your whole life to it. Mountain bikes, adventure bikes, cyclo cross bikes are all permitted. You may even want to ride a road bike but you dont see this very often as you do need some grip on the track and are chunkier tyres are helpful. Riders generally opting for tyres up to 33mm for maximum grip. If yyou are riding a mountin bike then this will vary.

2017-09-01 14:51:49By


Viva La Vuelta: By Helen Russell

Cycling fans who are suffering withdrawal symptoms since the Tour de France finished only have a few days left to wait until they get their next Grand Tour fix, as La Vuelta a España kick-starts on 19th August in er, well…France! The three-week, 3,200km long race, sees the cyclists start in France for the first time ever before crossing the mountains of Andorra en route to the Tour’s home of Spain.

2017-08-21 20:46:19By Helen Russel


What is mountain bike racing?

Sounds self-explanatory? It's racing a mountain bike right? Well, there is quite a bit to mountain bike racing and one of the great things about mtb racing is that it is very accessible to all levels from under 8's to super vets and is a great way to start off racing whatever your age or ability.

2017-07-25 08:51:17By


What do the Tour de France riders get up to on rest days?

So you have in mind that the riders would stay in bed all day being fed and watered and massaged all day? This is what us, the average cyclists would do right? Surely this seems like the most obvious thing to do? Well, think again! Believe it or not the TDF riders actually go for a ride! Albeit a nice steady one. 

2017-07-09 22:29:25By


How do you get to compete in the Tour de France?

Have you ever wondered how the riders get to ride in the most prestigious race in the world? How do they get in these races? Do you have to qualify? Do you have to win certain races? Do you have to apply to World Tour teams? Do you have to be a certain speed? How do you get into it?

2017-07-07 11:07:31By


How Often Should I Train: By Olympic Medalist Bryan Steel

Some riders like a day off just to have a day away from the sport, which can be good for them, but in most cases, I have found that riders on a recovery ride would ride too hard. Even when racing I was able to produce some very fast times but I found the skill was to do this at the right time and going easy is a massive skill also.

2017-06-09 10:40:37By Bryan Steel


How do the Pros lead out sprinters?

The winners of bike races are quite often decided by a sprint finish, and surprisingly it's not all about the rider that comes over the finish line first. Without the help of his teammates, they couldn't execute the perfect finish.

2017-04-18 12:48:15By