British cyclist wins seventh stage in Tour of Turkey

British cyclist Mark Cavendish has won the seventh stage of the 51st Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey, his third stage victory this week.

The 29-year-old racer for the Etixx - Quick-Step team won the 166 kilometers-long lap from Selçuk to ?zmir in 3 hours, 59  minutes and 49 seconds, beating more than 160 other cyclists from 21 teams on May 2.

Spanish cyclist wins sixth stage in Tour of Turkey

Spanish cyclist Pello Bilbao has won the sixth stage of the 51st Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey.

Bilbao completed the sixth day of the TUR 2015 tour for the Caja Rural-Seguros RGA team in four hours, 38 minutes and 46 seconds on May 1.
A total of 157 cyclists raced from the western province of Denizli to the Selçuk district in the central province of Konya.

Tour of Turkey ready to set off

The Presidential Tour of Turkey (TUR) enters its second half-century this year, and an international peloton of the highest order will join the opening celebrations at the seaside resort of Alanya, on the Mediterranean coast, where the first of the eight stages begins on April 26.

A long bicycle ride through beautiful countryside!

The largest Train-Bicycle Ride in Greece kicks off at 6 p.m. on Sunday at Thessaloniki Railway. Participants will load their bikes onto the train and head to Methoriako Station (Vyroneia Serron) for a ride to Kerkini Lake.

The event is aimed at promoting cycling as an alternative form of travel. Cost of participation is at 10 euros.