In April 1994 Scotsman Graeme Obree set a new UCI Hour Record in Bordeaux, France, and VeloNews was there to report on the action.
Ballan 'doesn't understand' Pozzato's Flanders tactics; Greipel doubtful for Paris-Roubaix; Boardman to step down from British Cycling; Jose Rujano looks to Giro podium
Chris Butler and Craig Lewis will make up the American contingent in Ed Beamon’s new Champion System team. The young Americans told VeloNews they were relieved after injuries hurt them in the job market and that they were motivated to step into a diverse, new situation away from the WorldTour. Butler and Lewis will be […]
SAN JOSE, Calif. (VN) — More than any other time trialist save perhaps Graeme Obree, Chris Boardman knows what it’s like to push the limits of human endurance while negotiating rules and regulations. Boardman set the world hour record in 1993, 1996 and 2000, in a largely different position each time. Boardman and Obree battled each […]
Chris Sutton's Team Sky Pinarello and Johnny Clarke's UHC Boardman
Touching base with Garmin-Cervelo's track ace Jack Bobridge, who will return to pro road racing after this week's world track championships
Obree comes to terms with homosexuality, Boardman hails Bobridge, and more
SYDNEY (AFP) — Up and coming Australian cyclist Jack Bobridge claimed one of track cycling's biggest prizes Wednesday when he beat Chris Boardman's 15-year-old world record for the 4km pursuit.
A look at Scott Zwizanski's prototype Boardman time trial bike
MOORESVILLE, N.C. (VN) — Chris Boardman is a relaxed man. Maybe his six children make him that way (or maybe it’s only a relaxed man who could enjoy six children as much as he does).