Lost Boys: Courage And Class Not Enough For Marc Soler At The Tour De France

Lost Boys: Courage and class not enough for Marc Soler at the Tour de France

Spaniard fractured both elbows in stage 1 crash before soldiering to the line alone. He later had to quit with his injuries. Read the full article at Lost Boys: Courage and class not enough for Marc Soler at the Tour de France on VeloNews.com .

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Dizzy And Broken: Soler Case Shows Flaws In Safety Protocols

Dizzy and broken: Soler case shows flaws in safety protocols

Marc Soler (Movistar) spoke about feeling dizzy and having the inability to function properly on the bike, but he was still pushed back onto his bike and encouraged to finish the race. Is this really how we want concussion protocols and duty of care for riders to operate in cycling?

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Seething Soler Considering Legal Action Against Fan Who Caused Stage 1 Peloton Pile-Up

Seething Soler considering legal action against fan who caused Stage 1 peloton pile-up

Marc Soler is considering legal action against the fan who caused the Movistar rider to abandon the opening stage of the 2021 Tour de France due to injury.

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Seething Soler Considering Legal Action Against Fan Who Caused Peloton Pile-Up

Seething Soler considering legal action against fan who caused peloton pile-up

Marc Soler is considering legal action against the fan who caused the Movistar rider to abandon the opening stage of the 2021 Tour de France due to injury.

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Opinion: Racing With Broken Bones Shouldn’T Be Celebrated

.rssTitle, .rssSubTitle, .rssContent, .rssBottomLinks {display: none;} Opinion: Racing with broken bones shouldn't be celebrated Kids shouldn't be taught to ignore broken bones. Read More

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Tour De France: Marc Soler Considering Legal Action Against Fan Who Sparked Crash

Tour de France: Marc Soler considering legal action against fan who sparked crash

Marc Soler broke both arms in the crash on stage 1 of the Tour de France but rode to the finish before abandoning. Read the full article at Tour de France: Marc Soler considering legal action against fan who sparked crash on VeloNews.com .

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Who Has Abandoned The Tour De France 2021?

Who has abandoned the Tour de France 2021?

Cyclist magazine 29 Jun 2021 A guide to which riders have abandoned the Tour de France so far The 108th Tour de France is full swing and the opening weekend's stages in Brittany seemed to be particularly attritional. Winding roads, dangerous courses and a nervous peloton have combined and seen numerous crashes in the early part of this race, with most of the peloton hitting the ground at least once and in some cases multiple times. While the crashes have been hard to watch, thankfully most of those involved have managed to soldier on despite their injuries – notably Geraint Thomas who dislocated his shoulder on Stage 3. See related Tour de France 2021: Everything you need to know How to watch and live stream the Tour de France 2021 However, for some, their races have been cut short. Below is a running tally of the riders who have left ...

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21 Riders Were Injured On Stage 1 Of The Tour De France

.rssTitle, .rssSubTitle, .rssContent, .rssBottomLinks {display: none;} 21 riders were injured on stage 1 of the Tour de France The official medical report spanned two pages. Read More

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Analysis: Can Movistar Win More Than The Tour De France Team Competition?

Analysis: Can Movistar win more than the Tour de France team competition?

Can Miguel Ángel López, Enric Mas, Alejandro Valverde, and Marc Soler put work together to cause an upset this year's Tour de France? Read the full article at Analysis: Can Movistar win more than the Tour de France team competition? on VeloNews.com .

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Tour De France: López, Valverde, Mas Headline Heavyweight Movistar Eight

Tour de France: López, Valverde, Mas headline heavyweight Movistar eight

Miguel Ángel López and Enric Mas will lead the Spanish squad, while Alejandro Valverde and Marc Soler provide added options. Read the full article at Tour de France: López, Valverde, Mas headline heavyweight Movistar eight on VeloNews.com .

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Is Season Two Of Movistar’S Netflix Doc Worth Watching?

Season two of "El día menos pensado" features plenty of compelling moments to keep you engaged through all six episodes. The post Is season two of Movistar’s Netflix doc worth watching? appeared first on CyclingTips .

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Vn News Ticker: Tom Pidcock “Lucky” After Being Hit By Car Driver In Training, Marc Soler Back In Action At Tour De Suisse

VN news ticker: Tom Pidcock “lucky” after being hit by car driver in training, Marc Soler back in ac

Here's the news making the headlines on Thursday, June 3. Read the full article at VN news ticker: Tom Pidcock “lucky” after being hit by car driver in training, Marc Soler back in action at Tour de Suisse on VeloNews.com .

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Canyon Announce New Speedmax Disc Uci Legal Tt Bike

Canyon has unveiled its new UCI legal time trial bike, but is it an indication of how limited designers are by UCI regulations? The post Canyon announce new Speedmax Disc UCI legal TT bike appeared first on CyclingTips .

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Canyon Launches New Uci-Legal Speedmax Cfr Disc Tt Time Trial Bike

Canyon Speedmax CFR Disc TT

New bike will be ridden by Movistar Team at the upcoming Giro d’Italia

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Preview: Your Guide To The 2021 Giro D’Italia Contenders, Sprinters And More

Your guide to the riders to watch at the 104th Giro d'Italia. The post Preview: Your guide to the 2021 Giro d’Italia contenders, sprinters and more appeared first on CyclingTips .

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Canyon Launches Speedmax Cfr Tt Just In Time For The Giro

Will Strickson Wednesday, May 5, 2021 - 11:12 Movistar and Alpecin-Fenix to debut Canyon's latest Speedmax in Saturday's opening time-trial in Turin £10,799 Canyon has launched its latest race-ready time-trial specimen, the Speedmax CFR TT, its 'fastest time-trial bike ever', just in time for the Giro d'Italia . Pushing the limits of UCI regulations to design the ultimate time-trial bike for its pro riders at Movistar, Alpecin-Fenix, Arkea-Samsic and Canyon-Sram, Canyon believes it has created 'the best time-trial bike of its generation'. Engineers and designers worked alongside pros as well as aero specialist brand SwissSide to refine the bike's shape, materials and componentry for maximum speed. Image 1 of 13 Image 1 of 13 All this just to lose to Filippo Ganna? In order to optimise the bike's aerodynamics, the Speedmax CFR TT is fully integrated and has been stripped of any features not primed for time-trialling, like the storage ...

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Tour De Romandie Stage 3: Rohan Dennis Crashes Out Of Yellow, Marc Soler Solos To Win And Lead

Tour de Romandie stage 3: Rohan Dennis crashes out of yellow, Marc Soler solos to win and lead

Rohan Dennis crashes on slippy roads during a wet stage 3 as Marc Soler attacks to win stage and move into the race lead. Read the full article at Tour de Romandie stage 3: Rohan Dennis crashes out of yellow, Marc Soler solos to win and lead on VeloNews.com .

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The Ultimate Bikepacking Bivvy Bag, New Mitts With Chamois Tech, Extra-Long Road Bars And A Cheap Tubeless Repair Kit

Welcome to this week's scintillating edition fo First Look Friday!

Welcome to this week's scintillating edition of First Look Friday!

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2021 Pro Bike Tech | New Canyon Speedmax, A New Cannondale Time Trial Bike And More Spotted At Tour De Romandie

Marc Soler competing in the 2021 Tour de Romandie Prologue

It’s a big year for time trials, and here comes all the new fast kit

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The 10 Transfers That Will Take A While To Get Used To In 2021

Joe Robinson 4 Jan 2021 From Chris Froome leaving Ineos for Israel to Marianne Vos at the newly-formed Jumbo-Visma, transfers for the 2021 season The first day of the year is a special one in the world of professional cycling. It’s the day all fans wait with bated breath to see all those riders who have changed team reveal themselves in their new kits. It’s a monumental occasion every year but this year, in particular, seemed to produce a real vintage as some of the peloton’s best known riders shifted team for the 2021 season. Among those were some of the biggest names in the sport who have long become stalwarts of their teams after years of loyal service. Chris Froome , Romain Bardet, Annemiek van Vleuten, among those having a change of scenery. The worn cliche of ‘New Year, new me’ could never ring truer. And we know how ...

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