Sastre doesn’t top Cervelo’s Tour squad

Cervélo Test Team have announced their team for the Tour de France and the surprise good news is the presence of Carlos Sastre. But it was a late inclusion. As late as last night it was not sure that the 2008 winner would take part. He might not be in the best of form but … Read more

Why are rain jackets so big?

I was asking this on Twitter during Stage 11 of the Giro. As the rain poured down, the desperate chase by the GC contenders and their team mates wasn’t helped by seemingly inflatable rain jackets. The same goes for the breakaway riders, when Dario Cataldo jumped away with 3km to go, he was wasting many … Read more

Cervélo’s deal with Tata

Tata’s an Indian conglomerate which is involved in everything from tea to cars and IT, via Tata Consultancy Services. What began as an IT operation to help Western companies put their IT and customer support offshore – Indian call centres and software development – is now an international heavyweight in IT consulting. So it’s good … Read more

New Bos

A robot in disguise? Cervélo’s Theo Bos won the opening stage of the Vuelta Castille y Leon. Whilst the sprint wasn’t the biggest – Graeme Brown was the only big name rider in top-10 – it’s still a solid result, all the more since the stage to Burgos had a second category climb on the … Read more