Last weekend Ridley took several medals at the European Championship cyclocross in Tabor and the World Cup track cycling in Pruszków. With five Ridley athletes on the podium our young talents performed extraordinarily.
The Tour of Guangxi has ended with another bunch sprint in the last stage that finished in Guilin. Lotto Soudal controlled this last race and brought Tim Wellens safely to the finish line. That way the Belgian closed the road cycling season by adding the inaugural Chinese WorldTour race on his tally. For Wellens it’s […]
Tim Wellens has won the Queen stage of the Tour of Guangxi, the brand new closing event of the WorldTour. On the final climb he managed to outrun Bauke Mollema and Nicolas Roche. The Belgian did what he aimed for: “I told before it was my goal to win this race.”
From October 20th until October 22nd Ridley Bikes will expose its new products at Euro Cycling XP in Maastricht. This innaugural exhibition won’t be a regular one as product shows are combined with cycling experiences from the start on Friday until the end on Sunday. Ridley will be serving every cycling fan together with our […]
Jasper De Buyst has sprinted to victory in Binche-Chimay-Binche, also known as the Memorial Frank Vandenbroucke. The race leaders already escaped after 30 minutes and the peloton never saw these guys back. Trentin showed very strong legs in the final, but De Buyst managed to follow and ultimately went over the Italian. Thanks to his […]
All world championship races in Bergen have been ridden. British talent Tom Pidcock placed Ridley Bikes in the spotlight as he won the junior time trial race on Tuesday. One day earlier Senne Leysen rode himself to a 6th place, only 5 seconds away from the bronze medal. On Saturday Polish leading lady Kasia Niewiadoma […]
British junior cyclist Tom Pidcock has added another World Title to his palmares. He won the junior men’s time trial beating his closest competitor with almost 12 seconds. With Senne Leysen (U23) finishing only 5 seconds from bronze in yesterday’s race, Ridley’s young riders are definitely showcasing their talent in Bergen.
Lotto Soudal keeps on winning races. After their memorable set of wins at La Vuelta, Tim Wellens has won the GP de Wallonie. The red-white formation controlled the whole race with 4 riders finishing in the top 7. “I confirmed my good shape today”, said Wellens, who is selected for the World Championships next week.
With Thomas De Gendt winning stage 19 at La Vuelta and Anouska Koster winning the last stage and the GC at Lotto Belgium Tour Ridley’s victories count up to 6 in 3 days of racing. Every Vuelta win remarkably was ridden on a Helium SLX.