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Gold for Garner

Lucy Garner is having a great year cycling for Node4 Giordana Pro Cycling after retaining the rainbow jersey in Limburg making her double Junior world road champion Garner has taken to the boards in style at the National Track Championships taking gold in the Women’s National individual pursuit finishing with a time of 3.52.414, two and a half seconds clear of her rival! Excellent result for Lucy, everyone is predicting a bright future ahead for…

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ToB Photo Competition

We have a winner! Congratulations to Emma Attwood for winning our ToB Photo Competition! Picking out riders in the peleton can prove really difficult so to get 3 of the team in one shot was a great effort. We had a good selection of entries some of which can be viewed here. Thanks to all that sent their photos in, and for those that were unlucky this time keep checking the site for further competitions…

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Competition Winner

WE HAVE A WINNER! Congratulations to Lee Fuller from Merseyside for winning our Node4 Pro Cycling team kit Competition! The prize is on it’s way to Lee and he hopes to be riding in it by the end of the week! Runners up prizes have also been sent to Andrew Beacham from Gloucester and Gethin Llewelyn of Pembroke. Thanks to everyone that entered… Keep checking the website for future competitions!

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Tour of Britain 2012 stage 8 Final

Stage 8 today signified the climax to the Tour of Britain, covering 91.9 miles between Reigate to Guildford taking on the stunning route over the Surrey Hills, through streets packed with fan’s and finishing on the renowned cobbled streets of Guildford. Earlier in the stage, along with an unexpected pause at a level crossing Node4-Giordana’s Pete William’s got out again in a break and secured more points nailing the Yodel Sprint competition. William’s played a…

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Tour of Britain Stage 7

Stage 7 today covered 106.1 miles between Barnstaple and Dartmouth. The stage took on the heavy and rolling roads of Dartmoor, of which many consider to be the toughest stage of the Tour to date, this follows on from a killer stage yesterday in Wales. The route took in one Cat2 climb and two Cat1 climbs. The toughest being Merrivale after 56 miles followed by Coffin Stone at 65 miles. The undulating roads can only be described…

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