A Warsaw-based cyclist has just completed a 400-kilometre journey in four days through the wilds of Siberia despite temperatures as low as -60°C.
Along with the cold Valerjan Romanovski braved wolves and frozen roads as he cycled across the man-killing wilderness of Siberia.
Mateusz Rudyk won the sprint final at the Track World Cup competition in Milton, Canada. He defeated Frenchman Quentin Caleyron 2:0 in the final.
Tour de Pologne organisers have decided to cut short Tuesday's fourth stage of the race from Jaworzno to Kocierz following Monday's death of Belgian cyclist Bjorg Lambrecht during the third stage of the race.
Polish track cyclist Filip Prokopyszyn took silver in the scratch race at the European Games in Minsk on Thursday.
Poland's Team Sky rider Michał Kwiatkowski sprinted to an impressive third place at an annual cycling race between Milan and Sanremo on Saturday following a tense finish on the Via Roma.
After coming third Kwiatkowski explained: “We were under pressure, but we didn’t panic. The attacks came from many directions. The most important thing is that we won, which was the goal before the start.” good teammate when he deliberately came in third to allow Colombian Egan Bernal to win the entire cycle.
He’s covered 350,000 kilometres and been chased by wolves but the 65-year-old cyclist shows no signs of slowing down.
A EUR 6.78-million offer by Polish bicycle maker Nextbike Polska has been chosen as the best bid in a tender for a city bicycle system in the northern Finnish city of Oulu, the company announced in a press release.
Having undergone a series of operations, Ryszard Szurkowski is bed bound and undergoing intensive physiotherapy. Szurkowski became a legendary name in Polish sport in the early 1970s, winning three world championship gold medals, two Olympic silvers and coming first in The Peace Race, Central Europe’s equivalent of the Tour de France, in 1970, 71, 73 and 75.