Revolution Track Series to be streamed live via Cycling Weekly’s Facebook page

Cycling Weekly and Revolution Track Series team up to bring you free live video coverage of racing from Manchester and Glasgow this autumn, starting on Saturday Owain Doull, Revolution Cycling Weekly will be streaming live video coverage of the 2016 Revolution Track Series 1 , which starts this Saturday, September 17.

CW will be showing free live coverage of the Revolution UK Championship via Facebook Live 2 , in what is believed to be the biggest cycle race ever to be streamed over the social media site.

French climber Kenny Elissonde set to sign for Team Sky?

Reports suggest Elissonde has signed a two year deal with the British team from FDJ Kenny Elissonde at the 2016 Vuelta a Espa a (Yuzuru Sunada) Team Sky 1 inked a two-year deal with French climber Kenny Elissonde that will allow him to ride in with the British squad starting in 2017, according to VeloPro website. > > > Chris Froome not writing off Giro d Italia ride in 2017 2 Elissonde, 25, won the Angliru summit finish stage 3 in the 2013 Vuelta a Espa a 4 and in this year s race, placed second in the Col d Aubisque stage 5 .

He carried the mountains jersey through the final mountain stage, where he was edged to second in the classification by Spaniard Omar Fraile (Dimension Data)

Samuel Sanchez out of Vuelta a España after time trial crash (video)

Spaniard Samuel Sanchez diagnosed with dislocated shoulder after crashing during the Vuelta a Espa a time trial on Friday Samuel Sanchez 1 (BMC) has been forced to withdraw from the 2016 Vuelta a Espa a 2 after dislocating his shoulder as a result of crashing during the stage 19 time trial 3 .

Sanchez had started the day in seventh position overall, and was looking like he would move up the GC after posting top 10 times at the first and second time checks.

Disaster struck for the Spaniard with just 7km to go on the stage, as he spectacularly slid out on a corner at high speed, landing heavily on his side.

Chris Froome is betting everything on Vuelta a España’s final mountain day

After winning Friday’s time trial, Chris Froome says he and Sky will do everything in the final mountain stage to try and win – but is expecting surprises Chris Froome in the 2016 Vuelta a Espana Sky s Chris Froome 1 is back in contention for the red jersey and is betting everything on the Vuelta a Espa a 2 s final mountain day near Benidorm on Saturday, which he says could be full of surprises.