A new Macklin Motors Dealership has recently been opened by Vertu in Glasgow.
At the same time, they in partnership with Radio Clyde’s Cash for Kids, launched a charity so as to help support some of the most vulnerable kids in the city.
The ongoing partnership was started by the organization as the grand opening of its new dealership on Port Dundas Road said to be worth about £5 million.
At that night, Macklin was able to raise a total of £29,760 for the charity. Last year, the money raised was also used in supporting no less than 50,769 children in the locality.
It was able to raise this whooping sum by auctioning off a brand new Nissan Juke which was donated by Nissan, a HOY bike and a cycling Jersey signed by Sir Chris Hoy who was there in his capacity as a brand ambassador of Nissan, and a stay at the luxurious Lartington Hall hotel.
Macklin Motors Nissan Glasgow Central will go on to hold further fundraising events throughout the year 201y7, while also backing the awareness campaigns of the charity. Continue reading “NEW MACKLIN MOTORS DEALERSHIP OPENED”
Leading cycling rider Mark Cavendish is seemingly disappointed with the recently released doping report by the independent investigation committee of UCI. He has snubbed the report stating that it’s unreliable & contains “all shit from past year compiled in one document.”
He has also stressed that the report has come from the “unreliable sources”.
As per the statements from the sprint great that he hadn’t been asked to provide any information & according to him the report doesn’t include views from sufficient contemporary riders.
“I was not approached to contribute anything”, stated a dissatisfied Cavendish.
“I can say that 95 percent of peloton would be aware of one cyclist who could have stated certain comments. There’re some quotes which are from some unreliable sources which do not imply anything & completely warp the entire sense of this document.”
It’s true that the document provides a damning and lucid analysis of Armstrong’s (Lance) dealing with UCI in between 1999 & 2010- yet this document is not clear of actual state of riding now.
“The commission didn’t hear from anybody credible in this sport who could offer a clean sheet to cycling regarding doping issues today.”
It drew sparks from Millar & also from Olympic gold winner Geraint Thomas.
“It feels really insulting when somebody says that riding is filthy & that I am doing things wrong. I commit everything to the sport & I feel that it’s really lot cleaner now”, remarked an angry Sky captain. Continue reading “Cavendish Finds UCI Dope Report “unreliable””
Chris Froome, the English professional cyclist has expressed his eagerness to ride against Alberto Contador, the Spanish professional cyclist. Both the riders will for the first time face off against each other at 2015 Vuelta a Andalucia Ruta Ciclista del Sol. The race is scheduled to begin on 18th February at Seville, Spain.
On the first day of the race a split road and a time trial competition will take place. Vuelta a Andalucia is five day race and the competition will get tougher with each stage. The race will end on 21st February with a summit finish.
Chris Froome has said that it is interesting for him to ride against Contador but he also said that he expects many riders who are taking part in this race to be good and hence he said that the race might prove to be a challenging one for him. Movistar team’s Nairo Quintana was supposed to take part in this race but he will be unable to on account of crashing in the Colombian National Championships. Continue reading “Chris Froome Is Eager To Ride Against Contador In This Year’s Ruta del Sol”