Pros left India after a promising weekend that saw India’s first-ever elite international road stage and opened the door for future expansion of the sport in what’s considered one of cycling’s final frontiers.
MUMBAI, India (VN) – Robbie McEwen and Robbie Hunter – aka the “Two Robbies” – delivered a big thank you to RadioShack with top racing over the weekend in a pair of one-day races in India.
Robbie McEwen is “95 percent sure” that this year will be his last among the pro ranks and hinted that the 2012 Tour Down Under could be a perfect way to bow out of the sport.
India is seeing an invasion of elite bike racers this week with a pair of one-day races in Nashik and Mumbai. On Saturday, a handful of the pros decided to ride most of the 200km transfer from Nashik to Mumbai rather than spend four hours-plus on an Indian bus. Everyone agreed it was quite the […]
RadioShack sprinters Robbie McEwen and Robbie Hunter have been confirmed to start next month in a pair of races in Mumbai, India. Related: Robbie McEwen takes Tour Down Under race lead. The RadioShack stars will join the likes of Ted King and Tim Duggan of Liquigas and the Italian Androni-Giacottoli team in the second year […]
India’s only UCI-sanctioned professional race will be a two-stage event this year and will feature teams from around the world, including the U.S.-based RadioShack squad. The second edition of the Tour de Mumbai will see international riders compete in Nashik, about 160 kilometers (100 miles) northeast of Mumbai, on February 11, and in Mumbai itself […]