Miguel Ángel ‘Supermán’ López at the Tour de France 2020 (Photo POOL/BettiniPhoto©2020)


Eje Cafetero National Games 2023: Official List of Registrants for the Women’s Time Trial and the Top 5 ⁣Favorites


37 mins ago

November 10, 2023

Ana​ Cristina Sanabria, in action at the 2020 National Championships. (Photo © RMC)

The elite of Colombian women’s cycling will gather in the ‌department ‌of Risaralda for the individual time trial of the Coffee Axis ⁢National Games 2023, which will take place around the municipality ‍of The Virginia.

A total of 21 riders from 12 ⁣departments will participate in the day on the‍ stopwatch this Sunday, November 12. Below, Cycling World Magazine presents ‌the five favorites to win the gold medal in the time trial.

Favorites to Win the Gold Medal in the IRC

Lina Marcela Hérnandez (ANTIOQUIA)

Lina Marcela Hérnandez in action at the Giro Donne 2023. (Photo⁢ © GW Bicicletas)

Ana Cristina Sanabria (SANTANDER)

Ana Cristina Sanabria, ‌at the ⁢2020 National Championships. (Photo ©⁣ RMC)

Diana Carolina Peñuela (CALDAS)

Diana Carolina Peñuela at the Redlands Classic 2022. (Photo © DNA Pro Cycling)

Gabriela López (ANTIOQUIA)

Gabriela López at the CRI of the Bucaramanga 2023 National Championships. (Photo © Mujeres Antioquia-Orgullo Paisa)

Lorena Colmenares (BOYACÁ)

Lorena Colmenares on the 2019⁤ Women’s Tour. (Photo © RMC)

All Those Registered for the Women’s Individual Time Trial

1 Ana Cristina Sanabria (SANTANDER)
2 ⁤Karina Flórez (SANTANDER)
3 Gabriela López​ (ANTIOQUIA)
4 Lina Marcela Hérnandez (ANTIOQUIA)
5 Lina Mabel Rojas (VALLE)
6 Isabel Gutíerrez (VALLE)
7⁤ Leidy Paola⁣ Torres (CUNDINAMARCA)
8 Paula Andrea Carrasco ‌(CUNDINAMARCA)
9 Diana Carolina Peñuela (CALDAS)
10 Luisa Fernanda Naranjo (CALDAS)
11 Laura Sofia⁤ Castillo (CASANARE)
12 Maria Paula Latriglia (CASANARE)
13 ‍Lorena Colmenares (BOYACÁ)
14 Yesica Hurtado (BOYACÁ)
15 Luisa Fernanda Rojas ⁤(NORTH OF SANTANDER)
16 Liseth Daniela Carrero (NORTH OF SANTANDER)
17 Nicoll Daniela⁤ García (BOGOTÁ)
18 Lliby Leinaya Santos (BOGOTÁ)
19 Paula Andrea García (TOLIMA)
20 Serika ⁣Michelle Gulumá (QUUNDIO)
21 Linda Margarita González (GUAJIRA)


This is How the Cycling‌ Market‍ Moves: A Look at the New Signings of the Top Flight Teams


4 ⁤hours ago

November 10, 2023

The Italian Michele Gazzoli, new reinforcement of Astana ​Qazaqstan for the 2024 season. (Photo © Astana Qazaqstan)

The transfer market of the WorldTour teams⁣ is constantly moving. The teams, representatives, and riders have been negotiating for months, but⁢ official ‌announcements have only been made since August 1.

The latest transfer was confirmed by the Kazakh team Astana Qazaqstan with the signing⁣ of the Italian Michele ⁤Gazzoli, completing fourteen reinforcements for the 2024​ season.

Cycling World ‍Magazine reviews all the official signings revealed so far by⁣ the teams themselves.


The Dutch Lars Boven arrives from Jumbo-Visma development team

The German⁤ Juri Hollmann arrives from ⁢Movistar Team

The Belgian Stan van Tricht arrives from Soudal Quick-Step

The Italian Luca Vergallito arrives from Alpecin-Deceuninck development team

The French Axel Laurance arrives from Alpecin-Deceuninck development⁤ team

The Belgian Timo Kielich comes from the development team Alpecin-Deceuninck

The ​German Henri Uhlig comes from the development team Alpecin-Deceuninck

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The French Florian Sénéchal arrives from Soudal Quick-Step

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The Spanish Raúl ‌García Pierna arrives Kern Pharma Team

The Italian Vincenzo Albanese arrives from⁢ EOLO-Kometa

The Belgian​ Laurens Huys arrives from Intermarché-Circus-Wanty

The Australian Miles Scotson arrives from ​Groupama-FDJ

The French Clement Venturini arrives ⁤from AG2R Citroën Team

Astana Qazaqstan Team

The Italian Michele​ Gazzoli arrives from Astana development team

The Colombian ⁤Santiago⁤ Umba arrives from GW Shimano-Sidermec

The Kazakh‍ Daniil Marukhin arrives from SKO ⁢Team Wine

The Kazakh Anton Kusmin arrives from Almaty Astana Motors

The German Rüdiger Selig ⁣arrives from Lotto Dstny

The Danish Michael Morkov arrives from Soudal Quick-Step

The Latest Transfers in Professional Cycling

Team Soudal Quick-Step

Italian cyclist David Ballerini joins the team.

Astana‍ Development Team

Ecuadorian Martin ​Lopez and Kazakh Nicolas Vinokourov make their way to the team.

Green⁢ Project-Bardiani CSF-Faizanè

Eritrean Henok Mulubrhan joins the team.


Italian ‍cyclist Lorenzo​ Fortunato ‍signs with the team.

Movistar‍ Team

German Max Kanter becomes a part of the team.


Dutch cyclist​ Ide Schelling joins the team.

One-X Pro Cycling Team

Danish cyclist Anthon Charmig and Norwegian Torstein Træen⁢ join the team.

Trinity Racing

British cyclist Finlay Pickering and Australian Sam Welsford sign with the team.

Cycling Team Friuli ASD

Italian cyclist Alberto Bruttomesso joins the team.

Bahrain Victorious

Polish cyclist Philip Maciejuk joins the team.


Slovenian Primoz Roglic and Colombian Daniel Felipe Martínez join the team.

Team DSM-Firmenich

Australian ⁤cyclist Sam Welsford ⁤signs with the team.

Kern Pharma

Spanish cyclist Roger Adrià joins ​the team.

Tyrol KTM Cycling ‌Team

Austrian cyclist Alexander Hadej joins the team.

Hagens Berman Axeon

German cyclist Emil Herzog and ​Irish cyclist Darren Rafferty join the team.

Team Jayco-AlUla

Italian‌ cyclist Matteo ‌Sobrero and Italian cyclist Kevin Colleoni join the team.


Belgian ⁢cyclist Ben Hermans and French cyclist Kenny Elissonde ‍join ⁤the team.


Polish cyclist Stanislaw Aniolkowski and British cyclist Oliver Knight join⁤ the ⁢team.


Belgian cyclist Aimé De Gendt and Italian ‍cyclist Francesco Busatto join the team.

EF Education-EasyPost

Portuguese cyclist Rui Costa and Spanish ⁣cyclist Markel Beloki ⁤join‍ the team.

MMR Cycling Academy

Spanish cyclist Markel Beloki joins the team.


French cyclist‌ Marc Sarreau and French cyclist Cyril Barthe join the team.

AG2R Citroën Team

French cyclist Marc Sarreau joins the team.

Ineos Grenadiers

Spanish cyclist Oscar Rodriguez ​and American cyclist Andrew ‘AJ’ August join the team.

Hot Tubes Cycling

American cyclist Andrew ⁣’AJ’ August joins⁣ the team.


French cyclist Clement Russo joins the ⁤team.

Team Flanders-Baloise

Belgian cyclist Milan Fretin and ⁢Belgian cyclist Vito Braet join the team.

VC Rouen 76

French cyclist Alexis Gougeard joins the ​team.


French ​cyclist Nicolas Debeaumarché joins the team.

Nantes Atlantique

French cyclist Nolan Mahoudo ⁣joins the team.


Belgian ‍cyclist Ludovic Robeet‌ joins the team.

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EF Education-NIPPO Development

Danish cyclist Michael Valgren joins the team.

Willebrord Wil Vooruit

Dutch cyclist Jardi van der Lee joins the team.

Jumbo development team

Norwegian cyclists Per Strand Hagenes and‍ Johannes Staune-Mittet, and Dutch cyclist Loe van Belle join the team.

AG2R Citroën Team

French cyclist Marc ‌Sarreau joins the team.

Human Powered Health

Polish cyclist Bart Lemmen and Dutch cyclist Bart Lemmen join the team.

UAE Team Emirates

South African cyclist Ryan Gibbons joins the team.

Astana Qazaqstan Team

Italian cyclist Fabio Felline joins the team.

The Italian Simone Consonni joins Cofidis

Italian and Austrian Riders Join Cofidis

The Italian cyclist​ Simone Consonni has made a move from Cofidis to join the team. This ​transfer brings a new addition to the Cofidis‍ roster. Another Italian rider, Andrea Bagioli, has also joined the team from Soudal Quick-Step. Additionally, Patrick Konrad from Bora-Hansgrohe and Tao Geoghegan Hart from Ineos Grenadiers have joined‌ Cofidis. Jonathan Milan from Bahrain Victorious completes the list of new signings for the team.

Movistar Team Welcomes New Riders

Colombian and Spanish Riders Join Movistar Team

Nairo Quintana, a ⁣Colombian cyclist, returns to⁤ professional racing after almost a year. He ‍joins Movistar Team along with Jon Barrenetxea from Caja Rural-Seguros RGA, Remi Cavagna from Soudal Quick-Step, Davide Formolo from UAE Team Emirates, Javier Romo from Astana Qazaqstan Team, Pelayo Sanchez from Burgos-BH, Carlos Canal from Euskaltel-Euskadi, and Manlio Moro⁣ from Zalf Euromobil Fior.

Soudal Quick-Step Announces New Signings

Italian and Belgian Riders Join Soudal Quick-Step

Soudal Quick-Step has made several new signings, including Gianni Moscon from Astana Qazaqstan, Jordi Walop and Ayco Bastiaens from the development team, Mikel Landa from Bahrain Victorious, Gil Gelders from the development team, Antoine Huby from Vendée U, William Junior Lecerf ⁣from⁤ the development team,‍ Warre Vangheluwe from the development team, and Luke Lamperti from ​Trinity Racing.

Team DSM-Firmenich ⁤Introduces New Riders

Dutch and French Riders​ Join Team DSM-Firmenich

Enzo Leijnse, Eddy Patrick, Frank van Den Broek, ‍and Gijs Leemreize have joined Team DSM-Firmenich. Timo Roosen from Jumbo-Visma,⁣ Bram Welten from Groupama-FDJ, Warren Barguil from Arkéa-Samsic, and Fabio Jakobsen from ‌Soudal Quick-Step complete the list of new signings‌ for the team.

Team Jayco-AlUla Announces New Additions

Australian, Italian, Danish, and Swiss Riders Join Team​ Jayco-AlUla

Lucas Plapp ⁢from Ineos‌ Grenadiers, Caleb Ewan from Lotto Dstny, Davide De Pretto from Zalf Euromobil Fior, Anders Foldager from ⁢Biesse-Carrera, Mauro Schmid from Soudal Quick-Step, ‌and Max Walscheid from Cofidis ⁤have joined Team Jayco-AlUla.

UAE Team Emirates Signs New⁣ Riders

Mexican, Swiss, Spanish,⁤ Italian, Portuguese, German, and French Riders Join UAE ⁣Team Emirates

Isaac Del Toro from AR Monex Pro Cycling Team, ​Jan Christen from Hagens Berman ⁣Axeon, Igor Arrieta from Kern Pharma Team, Filippo Baroncini from Lidl-Trek, Antonio Morgado from Hagens Berman Axeon, Nils Politt from Bora-Hansgrohe, and Pavel Sivakov from Ineos Grenadiers have joined UAE Team Emirates.

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Bikexperts to Introduce the Heckler SL E-Bike in the Colombian Market


5 hours ago

November 10, 2023

The Santa Cruz Heckler SL, purple. (Photo © Santa Cruz Bicycles)

The renowned⁣ high-end mountain bike manufacturer, Santa ‌Cruz Bicycles, based in California, USA, is partnering with the official‌ distributor in Colombia, Bikexperts, to introduce the new Heckler SL. ⁣This⁤ electric mountain bike is made of carbon fiber and features top-level components.

The Heckler SL is a modern and lightweight version of the original Heckler. It comes with a carbon frame available in two versions: the C, which is more⁣ affordable​ but slightly heavier, and the CC, which uses more carbon ‌to reduce the weight of the bike.

One of the notable features of the Santa⁤ Cruz Heckler SL is its compact and lightweight Fazua ‌Ride 60 motor, which offers more power compared to other lightweight eMTBs. According ‌to the manufacturer, the Heckler SL provides the same range as their Full Power models with⁣ a 630 Wh battery, thanks to its reduced weight and improved motor energy management.

Another unique aspect of the ‍Heckler SL is its mixed wheel setup, with a 27.5″ ⁤wheel at the rear and a 29″ wheel at the front. This configuration allows for better traction and‌ stability in the front,⁤ a lower center of gravity, and enhanced maneuverability in the rear.

The Heckler SL range consists of five different versions, all ‌available in five sizes and two colors: silver or purple.

Bikexperts, the official distributor in Colombia, offers a wide selection of products for mountain biking enthusiasts, including the powerful⁣ Bullit and the new Heckler SL.

Santa ⁤Cruz Bicycles Unveils New Lineup, Including the Agile Heckler

Santa Cruz Bicycles,⁤ a renowned name in the world of mountain biking, has recently ​announced its latest lineup of bikes. Among the exciting new additions is the highly anticipated⁤ Heckler, a bike that​ promises to deliver unmatched agility and performance.

Pre-Sale and Availability

For those eager to get their hands on the new Santa Cruz bikes, there is a pre-sale event happening now. This gives enthusiasts the opportunity to secure their desired model before the official release. The bikes are​ expected ⁣to‍ be available in the coming weeks, ensuring that riders can hit the trails with the latest technology and design.

More Information

If ⁤you’re interested in‍ learning more about the new Santa‍ Cruz lineup and the features of the ⁤Heckler, visit the official website at https://bikexperts.com/collections/santa-cruz. ⁤Here, you’ll ‌find detailed information, specifications, and images of ⁤the bikes, allowing you ⁤to make an informed decision before‌ making a purchase.

*With information from the Santa Cruz ​Bicycles Press

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LeBron James showed once again that he has no limits, leading the Los Angeles Lakers to the NBA Cup final with overwhelming authority. At 38 years old, LeBron is approaching his umpteenth NBA final and made a fool of the New Orleans Pelicans with an overwhelming 133-89 victory.

In the second quarter of the game, LeBron scored 18 points, bordering on perfection and making it clear that the Pelicans’ fantasies were not going to be fulfilled in front of his imposing presence on the court. The Lakers went into halftime with a 13-point lead (67-54) and the rival team had no reaction.

In the second half of the game, the Pelicans missed 14 consecutive shots and the Lakers took advantage to increase the difference on the scoreboard. In the fourth quarter, the Lakers’ starters didn’t even have to play, as LeBron led the team with 30 points, 5 rebounds and 8 assists in just 23 minutes of play. The rest of the team also contributed to the beating, with outstanding performances from Austin Reaves, Anthony Davis and other players.

On the other hand, the Pelicans seemed like a band of players incapable of scoring and defending. Brandon Ingram, former Lakers player and the team’s leading scorer this season, could only score 9 points in the game. Zion Williamson, considered a promise in American basketball, did not perform well either and only scored 13 points.

In short, LeBron James led the Lakers to a blowout victory in the NBA Cup semifinals and once again demonstrated his basketball greatness. The team will now face the Indiana Pacers in the finals.


LeBron James celebrates one of his four triples in the semifinal

Ian Maule/LaPresse

“We came out with a good defensive mentality, and when we defend we give ourselves a good opportunity to win any game,” analyzed LeBron, who was the great protagonist of the night along with Tyrone Murphy.


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