2015 Paris-Nice stage and points classification winner Michael Matthews has sprinted to a podium position at the first Classic of 2015, the Milano-Sanremo, in Italy on Sunday 22th of March.
For the third consecutive year the Scott Factory Racing powered by LCB team won the Absa Cape Epic’s Absa Africa special jersey for the best team in the Epic from Africa.
The victory is Ewan’s second for the race following his success on stage three and increases the 20-year-old’s overall lead to 27seconds going into the penultimate and queen stage tomorrow.
Multiple grand tour stage winner Michael Matthews is the new leader of Paris-Nice following a perfectly executed sprint on stage three by the entire ORICA-GreenEDGE outfit.
After two consecutive second places neo-pro sprinter Caleb Ewan has made his breakthrough at the Tour de Langkawi, winning stage three in a reduced bunch sprint and moving into the race lead.
Scott Sports USA is proud to be a strong supporter of IMBA, the International Mountain Bicycling Association. Thanks to our active participation with IMBA, we've achieved "Above and Beyond" status as an IMBA corporate member.
Scott Sports is please to annouce a continued partnership with the Utah High School Cycling League for the 2015 season. The Utah League is an official chapter of the National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA). Scott is proud to extend its second year as a Platinum sponsor of the Utah League.
Six-time track world champion Cameron Meyer has secured overall victory at the Jayco Herald Sun Tour with a second place finish atop Arthur’s Seat on the final day of racing.
South African Daryl Impey has won his fourth national time trial championship in five years, successfully defending his title in Mbombela today.