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Velon, the team-owned marketing, media and technology company for professional road cycling, has announced the release of a new fantasy game in association with developer FanHub

Velon, the team-owned marketing, media and technology company for pro-road cycling, has announced that it has renewed its agreement with RCS Sport, organiser of the Giro d’Italia to provide live rider d…

The Digital Swiss 5 virtual cycling series launched in April, drawing significant audiences from around the world. It may point the way toward a more digital future for the sport as it navigates its way out of the Covid-19 crisis. Adam Nelson reports.

Over-the-top streaming service the Olympic Channel will show free live coverage of the Tour de Suisse-backed ‘Digital Swiss 5’ e-cycling event.

International broadcaster Eleven Sports has acquired live rights to the Tour de Suisse-backed ‘Digital Swiss 5’ e-cycling event in six territories.

UK commercial broadcaster ITV is in talks to acquire rights to the forthcoming ‘Digital Swiss 5’ e-cycling event, SportBusiness understands.

The 2020 season of cycling’s team-backed Hammer Series has been suspended with organiser Velon blaming its ongoing dispute with the sport’s global governing body, the UCI.

When Velon announced that it had filed an anti-trust case with the European Commission against the UCI, in September, it exposed a fault line that had long been threatening to send shockwaves through cycling. Adam Nelson speaks with the organisation's chief executive, Graham Bartlett, about the implications of the case for the sport.

The Hammer Series team cycling competition has brought an early end to its 2019 season after electing to cancel its Hong Kong event due to the ongoing civil unrest in the country

Velon, the marketing, media and technology company for pro-road cycling, has today (Tuesday) confirmed it has entered an anti-trust complaint to the European Commission against the International Cycling…

The Hammer Series team cycling competition has announced that it will take events to three Colombian cities over the next three years