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11:25am Friday 6th April 2012
9:47am Thursday 5th April 2012
COLNE’S Steven Burke admitted he felt in better shape than he had done for a long time after helping Great Britain to a gold medal and a world record at the Track Cycling World Champion-ships yesterday.
12:40pm Thursday 5th April 2012
11:22am Wednesday 4th April 2012
9:44am Thursday 15th March 2012
The Pendle Forest Cycling Club promotion of the ‘Circuit of Ingleborough’ time trial on Saturday was shortened by five miles to around 21 miles after roadworks affected the planned run-in from Ribblehead to Ingleton.
4:10pm Thursday 8th March 2012
IT was a bitterly cold and wet morning for riders starting the annual North Lancashire Road Club Circuit of Pendle time trial on Sunday and after completing the 27-mile course many of them were very close to hypothermia.
8:50am Thursday 2nd February 2012
9:52am Monday 21st November 2011
10:01am Thursday 27th October 2011
9:45am Friday 21st October 2011
WHEN Colne’s Steven Burke goes for gold at the European Track Cycling Championships today, he will do so in the team pursuit rather than the event in which he claimed a shock medal at the 2008 Olympics.
11:28pm Friday 21st October 2011
12:40pm Saturday 1st October 2011
12:31pm Thursday 25th August 2011
BURNLEY’S Richard Sagar has scored a double success in winning both his North Lancashire Road Club Hill Climb Championship and also their 10-mile series Points League, which has been contested over the 2011 season.
10:10am Thursday 11th August 2011
2:41pm Thursday 4th August 2011
5:50pm Thursday 28th July 2011
2:16pm Thursday 21st July 2011
5:09pm Monday 11th July 2011
3:40pm Thursday 7th July 2011
BLACKBURN and District CTC’s Ian Stott has been crowned King of the Lakes and Lancs Sporting Courses Series (SPOCO) – just pipping Clayton Velo’s Pete Greenwood, who had held the lead for much of the 20 events.
4:10pm Thursday 30th June 2011
ONE of the main benefits of the convincing win of Lancashire-based Bradley Wiggins in the British National Championship Road Race is that it allows him to start the Tour de France this weekend in the distinctive and prestigious national champion’s white jersey with red, white and blue stripes.
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