Giorgia Bronzini Wins RideLondon Grand Prix

The Wiggle Honda (cycling team) was able to retain the title for the Prudential RideLondon Grand Prix because of the hard work of Girogia Bronzini who was able to beat Marianne Vos (Olympic and World Champion) who belongs to the Rabo-Liv (cycling team).

Bronzini got the chance to win the Grand Prix due to an unfortunate error on the part of Marianne Vos. The competition between the two was tough but then although Vos had power; Bronzini had speed which helped her gain the RideLondon Grand Prix title for her team-Wiggle Honda.

Giorgia Bronzini was extremely delighted by winning the title because she wanted to make amends in relation to her last Olympic performance in London in which she could not win due to some problem with the tyre.

She felt absolutely good because she had the opportunity of winning by beating Marianne Vos in a cycling race which is top-notch.

According to her, the sprint demonstrated the true power of women’s cycling and highlighted the fact that in comparison to men’s cycling; women’s cycling is nothing less.

Laura Trott had won the title for team Wiggle Honda in the event’s inaugural edition. However this time, she gave tremendous support to Bronzini.

Bronzini said that she asked her teammates in the midst of the sprint to attack and make it difficult for Vos and that is exactly what the teammates did. It was because of the team’s effort as well that Bronzini was able to defeat Vos.

Marianne Vos regretted her mistake on the race course but was still happy that she stood in the second position. It was predicted that Lizzie Armitstead would give tough competition to Vos. However Armitstead (Boels Dolmans) stood in the third position.

Whereas Eileen Roe (Starley Primal Pro Cycling) and Laura Trott (Wiggle Honda) stood in the fourth position and fifth position respectively.

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Oskar Blues launches Mountain Biking haven in N. Carolina

Famous brewery brand Oskar Blues has launched mountain biking destination in its latest 145 acre North Carolina farm. The farm is meant to serve as a unique beer-bike haven.

Situated around eight miles from Oscar Blues’ Brevard-based brewery, the farm is expected to be a paradise for mountain bikers as well as a grand entertainment space amidst the stunning background of Dupont Forest.

Oskar’s REEB Ranch would be the home to Bike Farm which is a reputed bike guide & concierge service by Eva Surls & Cashion Smith. The REEB Bike/Ranch farm group is aimed on creating an international-standard mountain biking space for the entire family where the visitors would get a biking park & direct trail accession to Dupont’s stretches of single beautiful track.

Riding has been a big aspect of Oskar’s culture always & was a principal reason behind Dale Katechis’ (founder) selection of W.N. Carolina as host for 2nd brewery. “W. N. Carolina rings in tune with the similar eclectic mountain essence which inspired Oskar to have Dale’s Pale Ale into a can”, stated Katechis.

The very name of the brewery “REEB Ranch” is a tribute to Oskar BGlues Colorado based hand-made bike firm REEB Cycles.

“It’s vital to maintain that very trail-side camaraderie here in community”, Katechis added. “We have been successful in integrating our passions for farm, restaurants, REEB cycles & brewery into everything we do- Oskar REEB Ranch is meant to carry on that endeavor.”

The famous brewery brand has maintained a hands-on grassroots feel with different Colorado projects like REEB Cycles & Hops and Heifers Farm that renders home-grown pork, beef & veggies to 4 Oskar restaurants- including the latest Coors Field based CHUBurger.

The new bike park is already under construction by now.

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Brighton to host Britain Tour 2014 finals

Brighton has been declared as the host for the final stages of Britain Tour 2014. After swaying through Sussex countryside the most esteemed cycle race of Britain will conclude at Brighton seafront in 2014.

The Tour of Britain 2014 has been scheduled for September 7-14, with the Grand Depart starting from Liverpool.

Britain’s much loved hero Sir Wiggins would be defending his title this time and is one among the most prominent figures  in the prestigious championship to be heading towards the final line on the beautiful Madeira Drive.

The penultimate level of UK’s biggest free for watch sporting extravaganza would be contested by the best of riders from all over the world- who would be seen snaking across South downs prior to dealing with famous hurdle Ditchling Beacon mount prior to finishing at Brighton.

The final stage is supposed to take place on 13th September and its after 2 decades that Brighton is hosting a finishing stage of an esteemed championship- since Tour France finish in 1984 & Tour Britain 24 years back.

“We are really delighted to have the Britain Tour at Sussex & Brighton for the 1st ever time in Tour Britain’s modern history”, stated Mick Bennett, the race Director.

“Whilst the finishing stage at Brighton is especially for sprinters, the track at Ditchling Beacon and South Downs in closing kilometers would pose a serious challenge for them- I’m sure that we are going to witness a fantastic culmination on the beautiful seafront.”

The Tour of Britain would go through 8 stages across the entire UK. Commencing from Liverpool, the race would pass through Wales, Bristol, then Exmouth, followed by Exeter, Bath & Hertfordshire. The last stage will have participating squads contesting in time trial & circuit race simultaneously.

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