Havana, May 7.- Led by Arlenis Sierra, Cuba had a perfect performance in the last day of the 2018 Pan-American Road Cycling Championships that took place in San Juan, Argentina.
Havana, Cuba, Apr 16.- Cuban Arlenis Sierra finished eleventh in the Amstel Gold Race, in Holland, seventh stop of the 2018 UCI Women´s World Cycling Tour.
Ciego de Avila, Feb 19.- Alexander Carriles in Havana, won the sixth stage of the V Classic National Cycling Route, Havana, with Baracoa-La beginning in the city of Camagüey and goal in the provincial capital Avileña, stopping the clock at 2 hours, 10 minutes and 39 seconds.
Baracoa, Feb 9.- The first Cuban city ever built in Cuba, Baracoa, is ready to receive on February 14th the start of the 5th National Cycling Classic, said sources from the Cuban Sports Institute (INDER).
Camagüey, Feb 8.- Camagüey´s biker group to participate in the V Classic National Cycling Route 14 to 25 next, to develop from Baracoa, Guantánamo Province, to Havana, was bearer this Wednesday in this city.
Camaguey, Sep 28.- The Cuban National Cycling Commission (CNC by its Spanish acronym) offered an explanation about the absence of Marlies Mejias to the World Road Championship, held in Bergen, Norway, from September 17 to 24.
San Jose, July 28.- Cuban female cyclist Arlenis Sierra will depart from the starting line with the pink shirt as the leader of the 17th Female Tour to Costa Rica in its 2017 edition, after winning the prologue of the Tour, run on 1.5 kilometers, previous to the first official stage.
Havana, June 5.- The cyclist Arlenis Sierra will become the first Cuban to debut in the Tour of Italy when she intervene on the 29 of this month to next July 9 with the club Astana Women's Team.
Guantanamo, Cuba, Feb 15.- Rafael Arrate (Santiago de Cuba), Javier García (Artemisa) and Yoandry Freyre (Sancti Spíritus) were the medalists, in this order, in the first stage of the Guantánamo-Pinar del Río-Havana Cuba´s National Road Cycling Tour, which started yesterday in this city.
Havana, Cuba, Jan 31.- Cuban cyclist Marlies Mejías became the absolute champion of the first Uruguay Tour when winning the fourth and final stage, 90 kilometers, of the race, during which she ratified her almost perfect performance.