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The traditional women’s race, Elsy Jacobs was held from the 10 th -12 th of May in Luxembourg. It’s a special race for Team WNT-ROTOR Pro Cycling.
Annie Last and Victor Koretzky, from Team KMC Ekoï Orbea, both finished at the second place in Marseille for the French Cup opening.
Kirsten Wild has made history being the first rider to win Gent-Wevelgem twice, her win comes three days after winning Team WNT Rotor’s first UCI WWT race Driedaagse De Panne on Thursday.
After its first year, 2019 is going to be a year in which our enduro team will debut a noticeably more powerful structure. Want to know more?
The rider renews his contract with the Orbea Factory Team for the next few years and will continue to share what it’s like and give us an insider’s view of cycling.
The Catalonian came away with this round of the World Tour after coming in second in the last stage, which enabled him to earn the overall victory with the same time as his closest rival. Never mind marginal gains.
The Navarrese rider knocked out his rivals in the last kilometer of Stage 13 of the Vuelta a España, bringing glory to the Euskadi-Murias team in its debut in the competition.
Our Orbea Enduro Team riders and ambassador Sandra Jordà, superb in their respective national competitions.
The Euskadi-Murias cyclist came out on top in the overall rankings after five stages and earned the first victory of the season for his team in an international competition.
Our ambassador and Orbea Factory Team rider has won the third round of the Enduro World Series, held this weekend in the French town of Olargues.
A double victory! Bryan Coquard for Vital Concept Cycling Club and Jon Aberasturi for Euskadi-Murias!
Bryan Coquard, leader of the Vital Concept Cycling Club, has won the fourth stage of the 4 Jours de Dunkerque, while Jon Aberasturi, of Euskadi-Murias, did the same in the Vuelta a Aragón.
Our three teams will give it their all in the most prestigious stage race in U.S. cycling. And we’re celebrating by giving away an Orca OMR!.
"Following the last XCC I had a good position on the starting line and I did a brilliant start. However I did not want to lose my head."
"One week ago, I rode the Tokyo Test Event (2nd) and I did not know how I could properly recover", the rider said.
A commendable place by the Canadian Clif Pro Team rider in the fifth World Cup round.
Sometimes the best strategy is to just go for it and don’t look back. On the opening stage of the Amgen Tour of California, Tanner Putt did just that. The ‘polar bear’ burst out of the peloton at kilometer one and spent the rest of the 134.5km circu