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Anna van der Breggen unsurprised by Annemiek van Vleuten’s return to winning ways.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingweekly.co.uk) (Photo: Graham Watson): Annemeik van Vleuten (far left) and Anna van der Breggen (far right) before the Olympic road race. Photo: Graham Watson Thumb Overlay."Despite the crash which ended Dutchwoman Annemiek van Vleuten’s Olympic bid, teammate and eventual Gold medallist Anna van der Breggen was not surprised by her compatriot’s recovery.

Less than a fortnight later the 33-year-old was able to ride her town bike and after a period of training was back racing."
(cyclingweekly.co.uk) (Photo: Graham Watson)

September 29, 2016





Powers aiming to bounce back after disastrous week of 'cross.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Tim De Waele): Jeremy Powers in front of his home crowds at CrossVegas. (Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)Thumb Overlay."US Cyclocross champion Jeremy Powers was expected to be challenging for top results in the two rounds of the UCI World Cup held on home soil last week, but injury and illness thwarted his efforts.

After taking back-to-back victories in the first races of the season in Rochester, New York, Powers crashed in the warm-up of the Trek CXC Cup and dropped out of the race."
(cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Tim De Waele)

September 29, 2016





Mathieu van der Poel is just fine, thanks for asking.

Thumbnail Credit (velonews.com): Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.comThumb Overlay."The 21-year-old former cyclocross world champion wants you to know he’s not worried.

A year after missing almost half the ‘cross season after multiple surgeries aimed at resolving a knee injury he sustained in a bad fall at Tour de l’Avenir, he is watching from the sidelines again. If you’re a cyclocross fan - or, more importantly, a fan of cyclocross being competitive - it’d be easy to worry."
(velonews.com) (Photo: Tim De Waele)

September 29, 2016





The other side of the tape: US amateur cyclocross racers relish in opportunity to compete on World Cup course.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingtips.com.au) (Photos: David Mable, Jeff Corcoran): by Dan Seaton September 29, 2016 Photography by David Mable, Jeff CorcoranThumb Overlay."When Europeans talk about American cyclocross, they almost always note how it is a participatory sport and contrast it with what you see in Belgium and the Netherlands, where it is decidedly not.

But that’s not the whole story. Amateur and masters cyclocross is alive and thriving in Belgium."
(cyclingtips.com.au) (Photos: David Mable, Jeff Corcoran)

September 29, 2016






2016 Giro di Lombardia LIVE stream.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingfans.com): 2016 Giro di Lombardia ProfileThumb Overlay."Saturday's Race starts at 10:50am CET (4:50am U.S. Eastern).

Finish at around 5:11pm CET (11:11am U.S. Eastern) .
Live video from 2:25pm CET (8:25am U.S. Eastern)."
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Miguel Lopez wins Milano-Torino.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Tim De Waele): Stage 6 winner Miguel Angel Lopez (Astana) (Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)Thumb Overlay."A few weeks after crashing out of his maiden grand tour at the Vuelta a Espana, Miguel Angel Lopez bounced back in the best possible way by claiming an impressive solo victory on the Colle di Superga climb at Milan Turin.

Having anticipated the favorites with an attack in the flat run-in to the ascent, he fought it out in a battle with Michael Woods whom he dropped with a big attack inside the final kilometer.

Rigoberto Uran was the best of the pre-race favorites and rounded out the podium."
(cyclingnews.com)  (cyclingquotes.com) (Photo: Tim De Waele)

September 28, 2016





Valverde out of Milan Turin due to illness.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Tim De Waele): Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) (Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)Thumb Overlay."Alejandro Valverde opted to forgo Wednesday’s Milan Turin, citing illness, but the Movistar rider is expected to participate as planned in his final one-day races of the 2016 season, Il Lombardia on Saturday and next month’s World Championships road race in Qatar." (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Tim De Waele)

September 28, 2016





The memorable moments that happen between the results.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingtips.com.au): by Alison Tetrick September 28, 2016 Photography by Cor Vos and Ali TetrickThumb Overlay."Results are wins, losses, disasters and sometimes easily structured into acronyms – DNS. DNF. DFL. WTF.

What you did and did not do in a season is listed clearly in placings and numbers. This is the time of year when the season is broken down into statistics and points. Everyone loves statistics and addition."
(cyclingtips.com.au)

September 28, 2016





Tour de France 2017: What we know so far.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingweekly.co.uk) (Photo: Yuzuru Sunada): The 2016 Tour de France (Sunada) Thumb Overlay."It’s under a month until the Tour de France 2017 route is revealed and there are rumors aplenty as to where will feature on the 104th edition of the historic race.

We know that it will start in Dusseldorf and end in Paris, but what will be in store for the other 19 stages is yet to be revealed. What we do know, however, is that bits and pieces of advance knowledge will have surfaced by the time organizer ASO unveils the route."
(cyclingweekly.co.uk) (Photo: Yuzuru Sunada)

September 28, 2016




 

2016 Milano Torino LIVE stream.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingfans.com): Milano-Torino ProfileThumb Overlay."Wednesday's race starts at 12:00pm CET (6:00am U.S. Eastern).

Finish at around 4:26pm CET (10:26am U.S. Eastern).

Live video from 2:20pm CET (8:20am U.S. Eastern)."
(cyclingfans.com)

September 28, 2016






Greipel to captain German team at Doha Worlds.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images Sport): Andre Greipel (Lotto Soudal) (Getty Images Sport)Thumb Overlay."The German Cycling Federation announced Tuesday that Andre Greipel will lead the six-man team at the sprinter suited road race World Championships in Doha, Qatar on October 16, while compatriot Marcel Kittel will play a wildcard role.

The team announcement was reported on Rad-Net."
(cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images Sport)

September 27, 2016





Colbrelli wins Tre Valli Varesine.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com) (Bettini Photo): Sonny Colbrelli (Bardiani-CSF) (Bettini Photo)Thumb Overlay."Sonny Colbrelli went early but wins it over Ulissi!

Gavazzi finished third with Slagter fourth and Visconti fifth.

Gilbert
finished in sixth place."
(cyclingnews.com) (Bettini Photo)

September 27, 2016





Nibali back in action at the Tre Valli Varesine.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com) (Bettini Photo): Vincenzo Nibali (Astana) (Bettini Photo)Thumb Overlay."Vincenzo Nibali is back in action at the Tre Valli Varesine race in Italy, 52 days after he fractured his collarbone in the Olympic Games road race.

The one-day race is Nibali’s final race in Italy in Astana colors before he moves to the new Bahrain Merida team in 2017."
(cyclingnews.com) (Bettini Photo)

September 27, 2016





Lachlan Morton to ride with Dimension Data in 2017.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingtips.com.au) (Photo: Cor Vos/Brian Hodes): by Neal Rogers September 27, 2016 Photography by Cor Vos/Brian HodesThumb Overlay."Australian climbing sensation Lachlan Morton will return to the European peloton in 2017 after signing a contract with Dimension Data, several sources have confirmed with CyclingTips.

The 24-year-old Morton rode for Garmin Sharp in 2013 and 2014 before spending the past two seasons with the U.S. Continental team Jelly Belly Maxxis."
(cyclingtips.com.au) (Photo: Cor Vos/Brian Hodes)

September 27, 2016





Analysis: A tale of two worlds.

Thumbnail Credit (velonews.com) (Photo: Tim De Waele): The wind split up the peloton during the opening stage in Qatar three years ago. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.comThumb Overlay."The road to the finish at Dukhan Beach doubled back on itself before cutting left one last time, putting the finish in sight. Mark Cavendish’s Omega Pharma Quick-Step teammates yanked at the front of the field, pulling it into line.

Then Sky took over, towing Elia Viviani. Still, Brent Bookwalter and a pair of Swiss breakaway companions held their gap. It was less than 30 seconds at 3 kilometers to go and the announcer spoke mostly of their doom."
(velonews.com) (Photo: Tim De Waele)

September 27, 2016






Paul Kimmage rips into David Walsh’s Team Sky coverage live on radio.

"Paul Kimmage has robustly questioned David Walsh’s approach to covering Team Sky and the events of the past couple of weeks relating to TUEs availed of by its riders." (stickybottle.com)

September 26, 2016




King, Thwaites and Morton join Dimension Data for 2017.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images Sport): Yes! Ben King (Cannondale) raises his arms in triumph (Getty Images Sport)Thumb Overlay."Dimension Data has confirmed their first three signings for the 2017 season, with Ben King, Scott Thwaites and Lachlan Morton all due to ride for the them next season.

In contrast to recent seasons, the team have been decidedly quiet on the transfer market since it opened in August, but the South African based squad hopes that the three new additions will add more depth to their line-up."
(cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images Sport)

September 29, 2016





Americans Gaimon and King, a pair of Cannondale-Drapac riders uncertain for 2017.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingtips.com.au) (Photo: Cor Vos): by Michael Better September 29, 2016 Photography by Cor VosThumb Overlay."As the 2016 road cycling season nears its end, with the world championships just a few weeks away, for many thoughts have turned to the 2017 season.

And while signings are now being announced on a weekly, if not daily basis, there are still many riders whose end of the season comes with a question mark."
(cyclingtips.com.au) (Photo: Cor Vos)

September 29, 2016





Quarq Qollector In-Depth Review.

Thumbnail Credit (dcrainmaker.com): I’ve been using the device for about a month now, testing it out all around the worldThumb Overlay."Today Quarq introduced their first consumer product that isn’t a power meter, the Qollector.

Long-time sports tech followers may remember when Quarq first tossed around the idea of something named Qollector years ago.

That device was aimed at simply sucking up any data around it and storing it for later use. And in many ways, what Qollector is today has roots in that concept. But today’s device is a real product, and more importantly – a saleable product."
(dcrainmaker.com)

September 29, 2016





Interbike: Trade Show Unveils Future Bike Gear.

Thumbnail Credit (gearjunkie.com): Rawland ULVThumb Overlay."Companies unveil bikes, apparel, and accessories for the upcoming season at the show.

We were on the floor at Interbike - and outside of town at the “dirt demo” event - to soak it in. Here are a few “future” products, coming to market spring 2017, that caught our eye."
(gearjunkie.com)

September 29, 2016





The Power Meters Buyer’s Guide–2016 Edition.

Thumbnail Credit (dcrainmaker.com): When we look at what’s new this year, there’s been a number of new products on the docketThumb Overlay."Once again, it’s time for the annual power meter buyer’s guide.

While the last month hasn’t seen a ton of new power meters, if you take the entire year in review, you’ll see it’s been quite busy with not only new players – but also totally new methods of buying a power meter…such as subscription based power meters.

Of course, we saw a spring price war breakout, with power meter prices plummeting. I wrote about that here, and will update it shortly to show where things stand at the end of the year."
(dcrainmaker.com)

September 29, 2016





Quintana won’t rule out Giro/Tour double in 2017.

Thumbnail Credit (velonews.com) (Photo: Tim De Waele): Nairo Quintana won the red jersey at the Vuelta a Espana this year. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.comThumb Overlay."Colombian Nairo Quintana remembers his first grand tour win well and says that for that reason, for the race’s charm and high Alpine passes, he wants to return to race the Giro d’Italia.

He may compete in 2017, but he needs to see the route and talk with Movistar management first. "
(velonews.com) (Photo: Tim De Waele)

September 28, 2016






'What more could I have done?' asks Coquard after World Championships snub.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images Sport): France's Bryan Coquard (Direct Energie) (Getty Images Sport)Thumb Overlay."Bryan Coquard has taken his omission from France's World Championships road race team stoically, but was also left wondering what more he could have done to prove his worth to the selectors.

“It’s a huge disappointment, but it is what it is,” Coquard told L’Equipe."
(cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images Sport)

September 28, 2016






Interbike – The Quick Recap Part 1.

Thumbnail Credit (bikeworldnews.com): The new prototype Alps shell from Meld will offer flex similar to a leather saddle, but with the low weight of carbon fiber.Thumb Overlay."Now that we are back from Interbike and have recovered from the post show/afterparty hangover and time change back to the east coast, here is a little of what we saw when we were there.

Considering we met with almost 40 brands throughout the show, we’ll have a few recaps coming out this week. We’ll have more in-depth coverage over the next few weeks, including some interesting background on brands like Lightweight and Justin’s and some new products you’ll want to know more about."
(bikeworldnews.com)

September 28, 2016





Storck Aernario Comp review.

Thumbnail Credit (bikeradar.com): The Storck Aernario Comp (Courtesy)Thumb Overlay."The Storck isn’t conventionally pretty, but it overcompensates with its ride quality.

Highs: Ride quality.

Lows: Graphics, inconvenient seatpost, ultra-aggressive geometry not for all.

Storck doesn’t quantify the benefits, but it sports a ‘Ground Parallel’ down-tube designed using CFD [Computational Fluid Dynamics], and one built by a weight-obsessed company. In its top-tier Platinum incarnation, the Storck Aernario."
(bikeradar.com)

September 28, 2016







Taylor Phinney: I'll start a new chapter at Cannondale Drapac.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Tim De Waele): Taylor Phinney (BMC) signs in for Eneco Tour (Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)Thumb Overlay."Taylor Phinney has confirmed that he has signed a two-year deal with Cannondale Drapac.

The 26 year old American has raced for BMC Racing for the last six seasons but will start a new chapter of his career with Jonathan Vaughters' squad in 2017."
(cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Tim De Waele)

September 27, 2016






The Never-Ending TUEsday.

Thumbnail Credit (inrng.com): Ever since the leaked TUE Wiggins and Sky have been playing catch-upThumb Overlay."It’s turning into the never-ending story. What could have been a quick medical matter is turning into an ethical saga that’s now being played out across the British media.

The leaked revelation that Bradley Wiggins injected cortisone on the eve of major races shows a grey area where private medical needs meet a history of steroid abuse in sport. This matter should have been cleared up but rumbles on."
(inrng.com)

September 27, 2016





Tony Blair's former protection officer is killed while competing in French cycling race.

Thumbnail Credit(dailymail.co.uk): Police are investigating the death of former Police Constable Ian Bashford, 61 (pictured) Thumb Overlay."A retired British policeman died when he was hit by a car just 200 meters from the finish line of a race in France.

Police are investigating the death of former Police Constable Ian Bashford, 61, after a support vehicle in the 35th Duo Normand race allegedly swerved into his path. The amateur cyclist, from Croydon, was peddling at around 35mph as he sprinted to the finish line in the town of Marigny in Normandy."
(dailymail.co.uk)

September 27, 2016





The off season is calling but first we gotta “work work work work” for those stripes.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingtips.com.au) (Photo: Kristoff Ramon): by Loren Rowney September 27, 2016 Photography by Kristoff RamonThumb Overlay."As the season begins to draw to a close, I find that I’m reaching some of the hardest weeks of the year. I can almost smell the hamburger & bravas, and taste the cider on my lips.

The off season is calling, a mere few weeks away, but I need to stay focused and motivated for the biggest task at hand: the World Championships in Qatar."
(cyclingtips.com.au) (Photo: Kristoff Ramon)

September 27, 2016





Cannondale SuperX Team first ride review.

Thumbnail Credit (bikeradar.com) (Robert Smith): The fork legs have become slimmer, while the crown has swelled to match the head-tube’s epic prop forward stockiness (Robert Smith)Thumb Overlay."Cannondale’s 2011 carbon fibre SuperX gained a strong following among cyclocross racers with its low weight and superb handling.

One area that cried out for improvement was tire clearance between the chainstays, as Cannondale’s original 68mm wide BB30 bottom bracket shell limited what was possible."
(bikeradar.com) (Robert Smith)

September 27, 2016





My top 5 mountain bike trends for 2017.

Thumbnail Credit (bikeradar.com): What are this year's trends in mountain biking? (BikeRadar)Thumb Overlay."Now that this year’s tradeshows are over, we have a pretty clear picture of where the cycling industry is taking us. From Sea Otter, Eurobike, Interbike and dozens of product launches along the way, here’s my take on where mountain biking is heading." (bikeradar.com)

September 27, 2016











PEZ Daily Distraction. "Puck Moonen from Holland, good rider, great name and a very popular girl - Google her name." (Photo: Cor Vos)(pezcyclingnews.com)

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September 29, 2016







'Now we understand why Team Sky never joined,' says MPCC doctor.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images Sport): Team Sky's Dave Brailsford and Bradley Wiggins in the team bus at the 2013 Giro d'Italia (Getty Images Sport)Thumb Overlay."The Mouvement Pour un Cyclisme Crédible (MPCC) was created in 2007 by a group of teams who were adamant that the UCI wasn’t doing enough to fight doping.

They implemented a test for cortisol levels in 2009 and repeatedly asked the UCI and WADA to ban the use of corticosteroids. MPCC members agreed that riders with a low cortisol level would refrain from racing."
(cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images Sport)

September 29, 2016





Riders and name announced for Marianne Vos’ 2017 team.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingtips.com.au) (Photo: Cor Vos): by Jeanine Laudy September 29, 2016 Photography by Cor VosThumb Overlay."The name and roster for the new team of Marianne Vos have been announced today.

The team will operate under the name Fortitude Pro Cycling and offers a new way of sport sponsorship.

Team manager Eric van den Boom explains: “Small businesses, mom-and-pop shops, larger companies with a sizable workforce, multinationals; really, all businesses that believe in our message and are interested in professional cycling are welcome to become part of the Fortitude Pro Cycling enterprise."
(cyclingtips.com.au) (Photo: Cor Vos)

September 29, 2016






Tour de San Luis canceled, sends riders scrambling.

Thumbnail Credit (velonews.com) (Photo: Tim De Waele): The Tour de San Luis was held for 10 years, starting in 2007. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.comThumb Overlay."Nairo Quintana, Peter Sagan, and Vincenzo Nibali will have to look for somewhere else to race in January.

Thursday morning, reports trickled through from Argentina that the country’s major stage race, the Tour de San Luis, would not run in 2017 due to financial problems.

Local journalist Marcelo La Gattina reported the news via Twitter about the race that was due to run January 17-22."
(velonews.com) (Photo: Tim De Waele)

September 29, 2016







Guide to 2016-2017 rider transfers - Women.

Thumbnail Credit(Getty Images Sport): Anna van der Breggen of the Netherlands and Rabobank-Liv celebrates crossing the finish line to win the 19th Fleche Wallonne women's race (Getty Images Sport)Thumb Overlay."To help you keep track of the comings and goings of riders in the women's peloton, Cyclingnews has put together a guide to this season's transfers.

We'll keep it updated regularly so you can keep checking back."
 (cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images Sport)











September 28, 2016





WADA objects to Team Sky's idea of making TUEs public.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Tim De Waele): Davce Brailsford speaks during the second rest day at the Tour de France. (Tim de Waele/TDWSport.com)Thumb Overlay."Following the cyber attack that made public the confidential medical information of dozens of Olympic athletes, including Tour de France champions and Olympic medallists Bradley Wiggins and Chris Froome, Team Sky principal David Brailsford stated this week his intent to make the team's Therapeutic Use Exemptions (TUE) "transparent" by asking riders to voluntarily allow their medical information to be made public." (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Tim De Waele)

September 28, 2016





Commentary: How the sabotage of the Tour Del Café highlights big problems in Colombian cycling.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingtips.com.au) (Photo: Cor Vos): by Gustavo Duncan September 28, 2016 Photography by Cor VosThumb Overlay."Earlier this month, Nairo Quintana took his second Grand Tour victory, beating Tour de France champion Chris Froome at the Vuelta a España and marking himself out as one of the biggest stars in the sport.

He shared the podium with Colombian compatriot Esteban Chaves.

However, beyond Quintana and Chaves and a handful of other WorldTour pros, there are some very big problems in Colombian cycling."
(cyclingtips.com.au) (Photo: Cor Vos)

September 28, 2016





















September 27, 2016






Froome calls on anti-doping authorities to 'urgently address' TUE system.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images Sport): Yellow jersey Chris Froome (Team Sky) (Getty Images Sport)Thumb Overlay."Chris Froome has called upon the UCI and the World Anti Doping Agency (WADA) to "urgently address" the Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) system which he feels is "open to abuse." (cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images Sport)


September 27, 2016






Oleg Tinkov: ‘I trust Brailsford and Wiggins’.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingweekly.co.uk) (Photo: Graham Watson): Oleg Tinkov and Dave Brailsford at the 2016 Tour de France Credit: Graham Watson Thumb Overlay."Tinkoff cycling team owner Oleg Tinkov has issued a statement in support of Team Sky and their team principal Dave Brailsford in the debate surrounding Bradley Wiggins‘s therapeutic use exemption (TUE) certificate for triamcinolone." (cyclingweekly.co.uk) (Photo: Graham Watson)

September 27, 2016





New British cycling clothing brand smashes £1,500 Kickstarter goal in just 24 hours.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingweekly.co.uk): T Cycling Clothing now comfortably past the £3,000 mark in crowdfunding driveThumb Overlay."Start-up cycling clothing brands may seem like two a penny nowadays, but few have achieved quite the success with crowdfunding as T Cycling Clothing. Launched just last week on Kickstarter, the new brand smashed its £1,500 crowdfunding target in just 24 hours, and has now surged past the £3,000 mark with early bird offers being snaffled up fast." (cyclingweekly.co.uk)

September 27, 2016







2016 Tre Valli Varesine LIVE stream.

Thumbnail Credit (cyclingfans.com): Monday's race starts at 12:00pm CET (6:00am U.S. Eastern) Finish at around 4:45pm CET (10:45am U.S. Eastern) Live video from 3:00pm CET (9:00am U.S. Eastern)Thumb Overlay."Tuesday's race starts at 12:00pm CET (6:00am U.S. Eastern).

Finish at around 4:45pm CET (10:45am U.S. Eastern).

Live video from 3:00pm CET (9:00am U.S. Eastern)."
(cyclingfans.com)

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