Archives 2014


Ideal start to the season for both Team LP Gravity Republic riders under the sun of Ste Maxime.


One year after his epic debut at Paris-Nice (victory + yellow jersey on the 1st stage, then a crash and forced to quit on the 2nd stage), Nacer Bouhanni got off to a good start once again!


After avoiding injury for most of his career, luck has not been on Nico Vouilloz’s side recently. Following a break of several months (scaphoid fracture and operation for crossed ligaments on his left knee) at the end of the 2013 season, the Lapierre rider had recently restarted training. Unfortunately, a recent fall has put an end to his training. This time it was the turn of his right knee to suffer.


On the opposite side of the planet the New Zealand DH Championships took place this weekend. A very high level with strong riders showing up for this event: Brook McDonald, Cam Cole, George Branningan, Nick Beer, etc..


Arnaud Démare claimed victory on the sixth and final stage of this year’s Tour of Quatar, repeating his victory in the 2012 Tour, his 1st race as a pro rider,


2 months after visiting the Lapierre offices in Dijon, Renaud Lavillenie entered into sport’s legend. On Saturday 15th February, the Frenchman joined the Pantheon of sport, beating the pole vault world record, which had stood for 21 years.

It's official, Lapierre Gravity Republic rider, Loic Bruni is now sponsored by Red Bull!

Aerodynamics, Speed, Precision: The new aero road bike that’s ready to race!


Francis Mourey concluded his World Cup season on his home soil yesterday in Nommay. He confirmed that he is having the best CX season of his career: 1 World Cup victory , two World Cup 2nd places , the French Champion title and the grand slam on the National Challenge.


There was little suspense yesterday at the Cyclo-Cross French Championships in Lignières (Cher).


Francis Mourey was again on top for the 6th round of the World Cup, which took place yesterday in Rome (Italy). The rider has shown sparkling form on the different rounds of the World Cup (4th in Tabor, 2nd in Koksijde and winner in Namur)!