Writers, broadcasters, podcasters, campaigners and more came to the very first CMAs...But who won?

Cycling Media Awards 2014: The winners

The cycling media world – broadcasters, mags, websites and newspapers alike – came together last night for the inaugural Cycling Media Awards.

Hosted by Comedy Store regular Ian Moore, the event took place at the revamped Bloomsbury Ballroom and saw 12 prizes given out on the night.

Recipients ranged from the likes of Cyclist – which picked up two awards on the night – individual writers like MBUK’s Andrew Dodd and road.cc’s Matt Brett, The Times, ITV and Eurosport among others.

The evening included a special tribute to Steve Worland, and the Specialist Print Writer Award was named in his memory.

A huge thanks to our sponsors for getting behind the CMAs in year one: Headline Sponsor Santini; Individual category sponsors include Cycle Alert (Cycle Campaign of the Year), Lapierre (Coverage by a Mainstream Website), the Austrian National Tourist Office (Coverage in a Health & Fitness Magazine), Cycleguard (Coverage in a National Newspaper), Tenn Outdoors (Cycling Website of the Year) and Upgrade with DMR (Cycling Magazine of the Year) and Kinesis (Best Use of Photography).

The winners in full:
Cycling Magazine of the Year – Sponsored by Kinesis UK


Cycling Website – Sponsored by Tenn Outdoors


Best Use of Photography – Sponsored by DMR Bikes


Steve Worland Award for Specialist Print Writer

Andrew Dodd – MBUK

Specialist Online Writer

Matt Brett – road.cc

Coverage by a Newspaper

The Times

Coverage by a Style Magazine


Coverage by a Health & Fitness Magazine – Sponsored by Austrian National Tourist Office

Men’s Health

Coverage by a Mainstream Website – Sponsored by Lapierre


Broadcast Coverage – Sponsored by Santini


Cycling Podcast

The Velocast

Cycling Campaign – Sponsored by Cycle Alert


You can get a taste of the night by looking for the #cyclingmediaawards on Twitter. We’ll also have a full gallery online soon.

See you next year!

In other news...

Shimano Europe issues voluntary inspection and replacement for certain Hollowtech road cranks

Shimano Europe has issued a voluntary inspection and replacement notice for selected bonded 11-speed Hollwtech …