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2016 Tour of Denmark LIVE stream.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingfans.com): 2016 Tour of Denmark Live Online Coverage GuideThumb Overlay."Sundday's Tour of Denmark Stage 5 gets underway at --pm CET (--am U.S. Eastern) and is expected to finish at around --pm CET (--am U.S. Eastern).

Tour of Denmark live streaming video might get underway at around 2:25pm CET (8:25am U.S. Eastern)."
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Carlos Verona set for mid-season transfer from Etixx to Orica.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com): Carlos Verona (Etixx-QuickStep) during stage 4 at Tour de Romandie (Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)Thumb Overlay."In the last few hours Cyclingnews has learned that Carlos Verona could be added to the Orica BikeExchange roster in time for the Tour of Burgos which begins on August 2, meaning that he will be the second rider in recent years to make a rare mid-season transfer.

Etixx's general manager, Patrick Lefevere was angered by the move, telling Cyclingnews on Wednesday that, "I'm not happy at all. I kept him for five years. He was always sick and always injured and we had a lot of patience."
(cyclingnews.com)

July 30, 2016





Cannondale Drapac seeking fourth straight victory at Tour of Utah.

Thumbnail Credit (thebikecomesfirst.com): Photo: Slipstream SportsThumb Overlay."Defending champion Joe Dombrowski headlines a strong Cannondale Drapac squad seeking its fourth straight general classification title at Tour of Utah.

“I’m looking forward to returning to Tour of Utah and hopefully successfully defending my title,” said Dombrowski. “It’s a beautiful race in a beautiful state. I have good memories here."
(thebikecomesfirst.com)

July 30, 2016





Tour of Utah: Lehi’s TJ Eisenhart returns home for professional cycling debut.

Thumbnail Credit (sltrib.com): By Hayden Kim The Salt Lake Tribune Thumb Overlay."The memory of seeing a young Lance Armstrong putting on the yellow jersey after crossing the first stage finish line at the 2001 Tour de France is still vivid in TJ Eisenhart's mind.

Even though he was just seven years old at the time and new to the culture of European cycling, was sold right then and there, just over the border in the Pyrenees mountains of France."
(sltrib.com)

July 30, 2016







Tour of Denmark: Schmidt wins Nyborg time trial.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com): Mads Valgren of Tinkoff in action during stage four at the Postnord Danmark Rundt race time trial in Nyborg (Getty Images Sport)Thumb Overlay."In the Tour of Denmark TT, it was Tinkoff’s Michael Kolar who was first down the start ramp to do the 19.6km test, as his teammate Michael Valgren would attempt to defend his lead to win the race for a second time overall.

In the GC battle, Valgren showed his TT class by taking fourth on the day."
 (cyclingquotes.com) (cyclingnews.com)

July 30, 2016






Lagkuti wins Tour of Qinghai Lake.

Thumbnail Credit (velonews.com): Sergiy Lagkuti stood atop the GC podium at the Tour of Qinghai Lake after 13 stages of high-altitude racing in China. Photo: Adrian Hoe.Thumb Overlay."Sergiy Lagkuti claimed the overall title at the Tour of Qinghai Lake on Saturday after finishing safely in the 13th and final stage of the race.

Jakub Mareczko nabbed the stage victory in a bunch sprint, his third in the event, out-sprinting Marko Kump and Marco Benfatto in a circuit race of 95 total kilometers."
 (velonews.com)  (cyclingnews.com)

July 30, 2016





Seattle’s MFG 2016 Cyclocross Series Features Six Events, Same Prize Money and Start Time for Elite Men and Women.

Thumbnail Credit (cxmagazine.com): File photo of the strong field at the 2014 MFG Cyclocross Waves For Water Cross Collaboration for Project Liberia at the Marymount Event Center in Tacoma, WA. ©Matthew J. Clark/StraightEIGHTFilms.comThumb Overlay."MFG Cyclocross race day features racing for Beginner Men and Beginner Women, Clydesdale category for riders over 200 pounds, an all-women’s race start time at 1:55 pm on race day, and an equal cash purse for Elite Men and Women.

There’s a new-for-2016 “Elite Only” start time for both Elite Men and Women at noon."
(cxmagazine.com)

July 30, 2016





Cannondale Recalls Bad Boy/Bad Girl Commuter Models.

Thumbnail Credit (canadiancyclist.com): The bicycle's fork axle can crack, posing a fall hazardThumb Overlay."This recall involves 2010-2012 Cannondale Bad Boy and Bad Girl commuter bicycles. They were sold in black.

Only bicycles with date codes beginning with P, Q and RB through RL are included in this recall. The date code is located on the bottom of the bicycle fork. The frame is matte black. A Cannondale decal can be found on the downtube."
(canadiancyclist.com)

July 30, 2016





He’ll always have Paris: Floyd Landis returns to the Tour de France.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com): Floyd Landis in the yellow jersey in 2006, he would later giveThumb Overlay."Antoine Vayer steps out of an elevator in the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Paris, and strides purposefully towards the conference room that houses the press corps of the Tour de France during its final stage, with Floyd Landis and a group of Landis’ friends in tow.

The former Festina coach turned provocateur is here to file his final column of the race for Le Monde and rattle some cages in the process."
(cyclingnews.com)

July 29, 2016






Valgren takes it all in Danish queen stage.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingquotes.com): Photo: Feltet.dk / Henriette BrandtThumb Overlay."Michael Valgren took a big step towards overall victory in the Tour of Denmark by claiming an impressive solo win on the queen stage in Vejle.

Having powered up the final climb of Kiddesvej, the Dane reached the finish with an advantage of two seconds over Alexander Kamp, Marco Marcato and Rasmus Mygind and now leads the race with a 5-second advantage over Magnus Cort."
(cyclingquotes.com)

July 29, 2016





Can success be bought in pro cycling? A look at team budgets and the value equation.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingtips.com.au): Photography by Kristof Ramon, graphs by Chris JensenThumb Overlay."I would argue that Dimension Data held the attention of the fans and received above par exposure with five stage wins in a comeback story with a social cause.

Some of the standout losers include Katusha (by a large margin) as well as Astana, BMC, and Jumbo-Lotto. All have large budgets but did not perform."
(cyclingtips.com.au)

July 29, 2016





Cold Blooded: Tanner Putt born to race the Classics.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingtips.com.au): Photography by Con ChronisThumb Overlay."Born and raised in high altitude outdoor lifestyle mountainous towns, it’s no surprise he fell in love with bikes.

A common theme arises with the places he’s lived and the races he loves – cold miserable weather.

Tanner Putt, Park City’s cycling golden boy, does not have the build of a lanky climber, but an 80kg (180lbs) frame full of raw power and muscle of a rider of the Spring Classics."
(cyclingtips.com.au)

July 29, 2016






Cycling Transfers 2017: All the ins and outs from the WorldTour.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingweekly.co.uk): There are plenty of big names on the market this offseason, and with the transfer window opening on August 1 we'll soon find out where they're headedThumb Overlay."Cycling’s transfer window swings wide open on August 1, with a flurry of rider moves expected to be announced in the days following.

With two teams – Tinkoff and IAM Cycling – folding completely, the market is pretty saturated, but many of the riders are expected to find a new WorldTour team to join."
(cyclingweekly.co.uk)

July 29, 2016





Costa, 18, gets opportunity with Etixx Quick-Step.

Thumbnail Credit (velonews.com): Adrien Costa rode to second place at 2015 world junior time trial championships, repeating his result from 2014. Photo: Casey B. Gibson | www.cbgphoto.comThumb Overlay."American Adrien Costa is getting an opportunity to prove himself with a WorldTour team after three years of brilliant results in the junior ranks.

The 18-year-old Californian will race as a stagiaire on the Etixx Quick-Step team for the remainder of 2016. This season, one of Costa’s biggest achievements was winning the overall at Tour de Bretagne - a first for any American."
(velonews.com)

July 29, 2016





Week in Tech: Cancellara’s custom Trek and more.

Thumbnail Credit (velonews.com): Photo: SilcaThumb Overlay."Here’s the Week in Tech - all the gear news, tips, and announcements you need.

Aand none of the marketing gibberish you don’t."
(velonews.com)

July 29, 2016





11spd: This week's best new bike gear.

Thumbnail Credit (bikeradar.com): All the best things to arrive this week (Immediate Media)Thumb Overlay."Get ready, jump out of your office chair and stretch those sleepy muscles because it's Friday and that means two sweet days of riding.

Here are some of the tech that the postman has delivered to BikeRadar HQ this week"
(bikeradar.com)

July 29, 2016





Reengineering The Tour De France.

"The 2016 Tour de France had plenty of highlights but the yellow jersey contest was not a vintage edition. It’s brought calls for all sorts of changes, from the Tour’s route to structural changes to the sporp." (inrng.com)

July 28, 2016




2016 Prudential RideLondon Surrey Classic LIVE stream.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingfans.com): Live streaming video is expected for this eventThumb Overlay."The 2016 Prudential RideLondon Surrey Classic (the men's pro race) is being held Sunday, July 31.

Live streaming video is expected for this event (Sunday): 1:15pm BST (2:15pm CET - 8:15am U.S. Eastern).










Mollema attacks to win Clásica San Sebastián.

Thumbnail Credit (velonews.com): Bauke Mollema, who dropped from second to 11th overall in the final week of the Tour de France, rebounded Saturday with a win at the Clásica San Sebastián. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.comThumb Overlay."Bauke Mollema bounced back from a frustrating third week at the Tour de France with his first ever WorldTour one-day victory in Saturday’s Clásica San Sebastián.

The 29-year-old Dutchman made a bold attack just after cresting the final climb of the 220.2km race through Spain’s Basque Country and held out to the finish line in downtown San Sebastián to take the win."
(velonews.com)

July 30, 2016







Wild wins Prudential RideLondon Classique.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com): Ladies Tour of Qatar stage 1, Kirsten Wild (Hitec Products) wins the bunch sprint (Getty Images Sport)Thumb Overlay."Kirsten Wild did exactly what most predicted and smashed the bunch sprint on The Mall to win the Prudential RideLondon Classique on Saturday.

The powerful Dutch rider won the crash marred finale ahead of Nina Kessler and Leah Kirchmann."
(cyclingnews.com)

July 30, 2016





Roads to Ride: Jaizkibel.

Thumbnail Credit (inrng.com): (Cor Vos)Thumb Overlay."The high point of the Clásica San Sebastián, the Jaizkibel is a mountain at the very end of the Pyrenees and the start of the Basque Country, a hot bed of pro cycling that has produced many champions, teams and sponsors." (inrng.com)

July 30, 2016





Blocked from Rio Games, Zakarin heading to Clasica San Sebastian instead.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingtips.com.au): Photography by Cor VosThumb Overlay."Tour de France stage winner Ilnur Zakarin is one of a number of Russians who have been prevented from competing in the Olympic Games, with the Katusha rider being removed from a plane which was about to take off for Rio on Thursday evening.

According to chelny-izvest.ru, his coach Gumar Zakarievich said that he was taken off the plane at the last moment and that he would instead compete in the Clasica San Sebastian on Saturday."
(cyclingtips.com.au)

July 30, 2016





Lefevere bemoans sponsorship problem.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingquotes.com): Photo: Etixx-QuickStep / Tim De WaeleThumb Overlay."After it has almost been confirmed that Carlos Verona will join Orica BikeEchnage in a midseason transfer, Patrick Lefevere is keen to add Belgian champion Philippe Gilbert to his team.

"We will meet soon," Lefevere said in an interview with Het Laatste Nieuws.

"But there is still no official confirmation. Philippe has asked me for a draft contract, but that is no guarantee. But I'm feeling hopeful."
(cyclingquotes.com)

July 30, 2016





Peloton Week in Tech.

Thumbnail Credit (pelotonmagazine.com): Spain Issuse 56 PreviewThumb Overlay."One last Tour Tech on the great French hope Romain Bardet’s bike, a look inside some climbing gear from Issue 52 and a kit to keep you cool in the continued heat of the summer from Giordana." (pelotonmagazine.com)

July 30, 2016





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Talansky: It’s been two years since I rode my best.

Thumbnail Credit (velonews.com): By Fred DreierThumb Overlay."Andrew Talansky watched this year’s Tour de France broadcast, in case you were wondering.

Talansky spent July in Truckee, California, training for the upcoming Vuelta a España, the grand tour he has chosen to race this year instead of the Tour. Each morning, Talansky prepared his breakfast and then flipped on the Tour, something he hadn’t done since his days a young up-and-comer."
(velonews.com)

July 29, 2016





Does Pro Cycling Have a Concussion Problem?.

Thumbnail Credit (bicycling.com): Photograph by Edward Madden via Flickr Joe Dombrowski rides the final stage time-trial of the 2016 Tour de Suisse. Thumb Overlay."Joe Dombrowski remembers the crash, which is a good sign.

The Cannondale Drapac rider was in a pack during Stage 6 of the 2015 Volta Catalunya: a hilly, technical early-season stage race where Grand Tour contenders gauge their form (it’s hotly contested by a host of top riders for that reason).

The pack had just finished the final descent, a steep, tricky drop off the Coll Roig summit, and was 15km from the finish in Port Aventura when the crash happened."
(bicycling.com)

July 29, 2016







Contador back in action at Clasica San Sebastian after Tour de France abandon.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com): After crashing twice in the opening two days, Alberto Contador says so long to the 2016 Tour de France during stage 9. (Getty Images Sport)Thumb Overlay."Alberto Contador returns to competitive action at the Clasica San Sebastian on Saturday, three weeks after he was forced out of the Tour de France through injury and illness, having crashed twice in the opening two days.

The Basque race marks the first phase of Contador’s build-up to the Vuelta a España, which gets underway on August 20."
(cyclingnews.com)

July 29, 2016





Does the Tour’s points system favour Sagan?

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingquotes.com): Photo: A.S.O.Thumb Overlay."On Sunday, Peter Sagan of Tinkoff claimed his fifth consecutive green points jersey at the Tour de France after completely dominating the opposition in that particular competition and he now looks set to tie Erik Zabel’s record of six jerseys in 2017, and very likely will break it the following year." (cyclingquotes.com)

July 29, 2016






Coach names two of three Russian cyclists barred from Olympics for possible doping offenses.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingweekly.co.uk): Dmitry Sokolov (Sunada) Thumb Overlay."Two of the three Russian cyclists barred from attending the Olympic Games by the UCI after featuring in a damning doping report have been named by their coach.

The coach, Alexander Kuznetsov, named his athletes in a letter to International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach, expressing his outrage at the ruling made – a letter seen by Russian news agency TASS."
(cyclingweekly.co.uk)

July 29, 2016





Froome hoping to turn Tour de France success into Olympic medal.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com): Chris Froome (Sky) (Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)Thumb Overlay."Chris Froome is hoping to emulate his former teammate Bradley Wiggins by turning Tour de France success into an Olympic medal.

In 2012, Wiggins went from the top step in Paris to the top step in Hampton Court Palace after claiming victory in the Olympic time trial and recently tipped Froome to do the same."
(cyclingnews.com)

July 29, 2016






UCI confirms three Russian cyclists withdrawn from Olympic Games.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com): Katusha's Ilnur Zakarin (Bettini Photo)Thumb Overlay."Cyclingnews understands that Katusha's Ilnur Zakarin, winner of a stage in the Tour de France, and 2012 Olympic double bronze medalist Olga Zabelinskaya are two of the athletes who have been withdrawn by the Russian Olympic Committee. The UCI did not specifically name any riders." (cyclingnews.com)

July 28, 2016





Froome, Contador, Quintana set the stage for another memorable Vuelta a Espana.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com): Nairo Quintana and Chris Froome ride next to each other during stage 12 of the Tour de France (Getty Images Sport)Thumb Overlay."Often derided as the lesser of the three Grand Tours, the Vuelta a España could be set for another memorable edition with a mouthwatering line-up in prospect.

While the Tour is, as they say, the Tour, and the Giro has become the three-week race of preference for the discerning, the Vuelta has acquired a reputation as the least significant Grand Tour."
(cyclingnews.com)

July 28, 2016






Daily Ddistraction. "Mobile phone, check. KOM T shirt, check. Little red shorts (see yesterday's DD), check. OK, all set for the Tour de France." (pezcyclingnews.com)

July 30, 2016





Tour of Portugal LIVE stream.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingfans.com): 2016 Tour of Portugal Live Online Coverage GuideThumb Overlay."Sunday's Stage 4 starts at -- local (Lisbon time) (-- U.S. Eastern) Finish at around -- local (-- U.S. Eastern).

Live video maybe from 3:00pm local (10:00am U.S. Eastern)."
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July 30, 2016





Stellar line-up in the making for Vuelta 2016.

Thumbnail Credit (cycling-today.com): Froome and ContadorThumb Overlay."With Team Sky’s Chris Froome, Tinkoff’s Alberto Contador and Movistar’s Nairo Quintana all set to line-up in Orense in three weeks’ time, we could be in for another memorable edition of the Vuelta a España." (cycling-today.com)

July 30, 2016





Poels wins the RaboRonde before heading to the Rio Olympics.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com): Wout Poels secures Team Sky first-ever Monument victory at Liege-Bastogne-Liege (Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)Thumb Overlay."Wout Poels sacrificed his chances of success at the Tour de France to help Chris Froome win for a third time but on Friday night the Dutchman got a chance to win himself, taking the RaboRonde criterium in Heerlen before travelling to Rio for the Olympic Games." (cyclingnews.com)

July 30, 2016





Lutsenko to miss Olympics after training ride collision.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com): Alexey Lutsenko (Astana) (Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)Thumb Overlay."Kazakhstan’s Alexey Lutsenko will miss the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro after a collision with a car during one of his final training rides in Monaco on Friday.

The Astana rider was taken to a Monaco hospital after the collision and diagnosed with a foot injury that will keep him out of action for three weeks."
(cyclingnews.com)

July 30, 2016





The gamification of indoor training.

Thumbnail Credit (rideonmagazine.com.au): Indoor trainers may be loathed by many, but the latest technology makes them not just efficient, but fun as well. Lee Rodgers explains. Thumb Overlay."The INDOOR TRAINER! First developed by Grand Inquisitor Torquemada in 1484 as an instrument of torture to force the heathen elements of Spanish society to give up their own ungodly beliefs and fully embrace Catholicism.

There is little doubt that this mischievous contraption has had many of us cursing under our breath (or for that matter, above it) with the odd expletive thrown in for good measure."
(rideonmagazine.com.au)

July 30, 2016





Alcohol And Training And It’s Effects On Recovery.

Thumbnail Credit (ilovebicycling.com): by Josh FriedmanThumb Overlay."After a hard day on the bike, you feel like you can reward yourself with a beer (or three).

You are a little dehydrated from the ride and a little hungry, although you feel great. What effect does alcohol and training have on your body?

What does it do to your recovery? And how will it affect your ride the next day?"
(ilovebicycling.com)

July 30, 2016





Essential guide to superfoods.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingweekly.co.uk): Are certain foods genuinely super — do their nutritional benefits really live up to the hype? Joanthan Emery finds out Thumb Overlay."Depending on your take, superfoods are either the royal road to vibrant health and fitness, an outright rip-off, or an occasional but worthwhile addition to your diet.

One thing’s for certain - the 100bn superfood industry continues to go from strength to strength."
(cyclingweekly.co.uk)

July 30, 2016





Tour of Utah LIVE stream.

Thumbnail Credit(cyclingfans.com): 2016 Tour of Utah Stage 1 ProfileThumb Overlay."Monday's Stage 1 starts at 7:55am MDT (9:55am U.S. Eastern) (15:55pm CET).

Finish at around 11:45am MDT (1:45pm U.S. Eastern) (19:45 CET).

Live video from 7:55am MDT (9:55am U.S. Eastern) (15:55pm CET)."
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July 29, 2016





New gene doping test to be retroactively applied to Rio Olympic samples.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingtips.com.au): Photography by Shane StokesThumb Overlay."Athletes bound for the Rio Olympic Games who have benefited from gene doping will face the threat of being exposed due to a new test which has been developed by Australian researchers.

Days before the Rio Games start, the International Olympic Committee has confirmed that it plans to use a new test for the hitherto undetectable form of doping."
(cyclingtips.com.au)

July 29, 2016





UCI President Brian Cookson on La Course, developing women’s cycling and Rio predictions.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingtips.com.au): Cor VosThumb Overlay."UCI president Brian Cookson strolled the cobbled roads of the Champs Elysées on Sunday, attending to media and supporting the women’s La Course race ahead of the final stage of the Tour de France.

As the women’s peloton sped around the Arc de Triomphe, Cookson spared a few minutes of his time to talk to Ella CyclingTips."
(cyclingtips.com.au)

July 29, 2016





Women in Iran Arrested for Cycling in Public.

Thumbnail Credit (totalwomenscycling.com): Women are allowed to ride in some designated parks. Image: www.thenational.aeThumb Overlay."A group of women has been arrested in Iran for riding bicycles, according to reports. They’ve also been made to sign pledges promising they will not commit the same ‘crime’ again.

The women, who were planning on cycling in an event in the north-western city of Marivan, were breaking a new regulation that bans females from cycling in public."
(totalwomenscycling.com)

July 29, 2016





You’re fit, but not invincible. Getting checked at 40.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingtips.com.au): Photography by Jeff CurtesThumb Overlay."Peter Bolton is that guy in the bunch who is always happy and positive, never shirks a turn on the front, and has no ego to speak of.

It was three years ago where I noticed Peter’s good vibes missing in our morning bunch ride but never gave it a second thought.

On the drive home, Peter confided in me and said, ‘the cancer is back’."
(cyclingtips.com.au)

July 29, 2016





Nicolas Roche leaves Team Sky for BMC.

Thumbnail Credit (cycling-today.com): The son of Irish cycling legend Stephen RocheThumb Overlay."Sources familiar with the negotiations have said the current Irish road race and time trial champion Nicolas Roche will leave Team Sky for BMC Racing in 2017.

Roche played a support role for Chris Froome at last year’s Tour de France and Vuelta a España, also winning a stage there after Froome abandoned with a broken foot."
(cycling-today.com)

July 29, 2016





Bouhanni to return to racing at Polynormande.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com): Nacer Bouhanni celebrates on the podium after winning Dauphine's first stage (Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)Thumb Overlay."Nacer Bouhanni will return to racing action at this weekend’s Polynormande, the Cofidis sprinter has confirmed.

Bouhanni has not competed since the French national championships at the end of June, when he injured his hand in a confrontation with a 'drunk' hotel guest on the eve of the race, an altercation that would have serious repercussions for Bouhanni’s season."
(cyclingnews.com)

July 29, 2016





Tweets of the Week: Phil Gaimon, Jenson Button, Geraint Thomas and more.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingweekly.co.uk): Here are our top picked tweets from the last week in the world of cyclingThumb Overlay."As we all know, cyclists and Twitter is often a fantastic combination, allowing the fans a behind the scenes look at what goes on in and around the professional peloton." (cyclingweekly.co.uk)

July 29, 2016


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