How much is Cycling Weekly?
51 issues per year View Reviews | Write Review From £1.18 per issue Cycling Weekly is the UK’s biggest selling cycling magazine, delivering a weekly round up of all the latest cycling news & analysis, with key additional sections on Health & Fitness advice, plus bike and product tests & reviews.
What happened to Simon GCN?
Following his retirement, Richardson became a presenter at the Global Cycling Network. He is now working alongside Daniel Lloyd, Manon Lloyd and many other former professional cyclists at GCN.
Why did Matt leave GCN?
Matt Stephens, one of the original presenters for Global Cycling Network (GCN) announced last week that he is leaving the show to concentrate on his commentating work.
Who owns GCN?
On 27 February 2017, Discovery Communications, the owner of Eurosport, announced the acquisition of a 20% stake in Play Sports Group, the company that owns the GCN channel. In 2019, Discovery Communications acquired a controlling interest in Play Sports Group and the GCN franchise, increasing holdings to 71%.
Who started GCN?
Simon Wear, Founder and CEO
In 2012, he founded the Play Sports Network with the launch of its first, innovative digital video channel: the Global Cycling Network (GCN).
Who are the current GCN presenters?
AND THOSE GCN PRESENTERS
- James Lowsley-Williams. James got into cycling fairly late at 16 years old but made up for it with gusto by taking to racing both on the track and the road.
- Dan Lloyd.
- Simon Richardson.
- Oliver Bridgewood.
- Manon Lloyd.
- Conor Dunne.
What does GCN stand for?
|GCN||Government Computer News|
|GCN||Gamecube Nintendo (gaming)|
|GCN||GIG (Global Information Grid) Computing Nodes|
|GCN||Grand Canyon National Park (Amtrak station code; Arizona)|
What does GMBN stand for?
The Global Mountain Bike Network is a place for all things #bikelife! Join us for bike skills, community & adrenaline-fueled MTB features!