The Outer Line: Race Economics — What Covid-19 Has Revealed

The Outer Line: Race economics — what COVID-19 has revealed

After a year of living with COVID and the effects of the global pandemic, we have better insight into the razor-thin economics of even pro cycling’s biggest events, and what the sport should do to mitigate these risks and strengthen its future. Read the full article at The Outer Line: Race economics — what COVID-19 has revealed on VeloNews.com .

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