In A Breakthrough 2021 Season, Neilson Powless Is Coming Into His Own

.rssTitle, .rssSubTitle, .rssContent, .rssBottomLinks {display: none;} img {max-width:100% !important; height: auto !important} In a breakthrough 2021 season, Neilson Powless is coming into his own Neilson Powless has developed into a rider to watch in the hillier one-day races, and he's looking forward to what's next. Read More

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Preview: What You Need To Know About The Men’S Paris-Roubaix

.rssTitle, .rssSubTitle, .rssContent, .rssBottomLinks {display: none;} img {max-width:100% !important; height: auto !important} Preview: What you need to know about the men's Paris-Roubaix Wout van Aert, Mathieu van der Poel, and plenty of other big names will be in action on the pavé on Sunday. Read More

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Power Analysis: Elite Men’S World Championship Road Race

Power analysis: Elite men’s world championship road race

In this column, we dive into the power numbers of Neilson Powless, Remco Evenepoel, and Michael Valgren at the elite men’s world championships. Read the full article at Power analysis: Elite men’s world championship road race on VeloNews.com .

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Alaphilippe, Alone: A World Champion’S Second Coming

.rssTitle, .rssSubTitle, .rssContent, .rssBottomLinks {display: none;} img {max-width:100% !important; height: auto !important} Alaphilippe, alone: A World Champion's second coming From the lens of Kristof Ramon, a study of the men's road race and Julian Alaphilippe in flight. Read More

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Coming Up Aces, Dylan Van Baarle And Michael Valgren: ‘The Miracle Was Julian Alaphilippe’

Coming up aces, Dylan van Baarle and Michael Valgren: 'The miracle was Julian Alaphilippe'

Dylan van Baarle saves day for the Dutch team while Valgren earns overdue worlds medal for Danes. Read the full article at Coming up aces, Dylan van Baarle and Michael Valgren: ‘The miracle was Julian Alaphilippe’ on VeloNews.com .

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Julian Alaphilippe Successfully Defends His Rainbow Jersey

.rssTitle, .rssSubTitle, .rssContent, .rssBottomLinks {display: none;} img {max-width:100% !important; height: auto !important} Julian Alaphilippe successfully defends his rainbow jersey The fans were out in force to watch the Frenchman ride to a second consecutive World Championship victory in Leuven, Belgium. Read More

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Preview: What You Need To Know About The Elite Men’S Road Race At Flanders Worlds

.rssTitle, .rssSubTitle, .rssContent, .rssBottomLinks {display: none;} img {max-width:100% !important; height: auto !important} Preview: What you need to know about the elite men's road race at Flanders Worlds Wout van Aert, Mathieu van der Poel, Julian Alaphilippe, and plenty of other big names are set to battle for the rainbow jersey on Sunday. Read More

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Vn News Ticker: Michael Valgren Doubles Up In Italy, Caleb Ewan Leaves Luxembourg Ahead Of Worlds Bid

VN news ticker: Michael Valgren doubles up in Italy, Caleb Ewan leaves Luxembourg ahead of worlds bi

Here's the news making headlines for Friday, September 17. Read the full article at VN news ticker: Michael Valgren doubles up in Italy, Caleb Ewan leaves Luxembourg ahead of worlds bid on VeloNews.com .

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Who Are The Favourites For The Elite Men's Road World Championships 2021?

Robyn Davidson 16 Sep 2021 One of the pinnacle moments of the season is here, and Cyclist looks at some of the favourite names to take home the coveted rainbow jersey One of the pinnacle moments of the season is here. The UCI Road World Championships take place in Flanders, Belgium from Monday 20th September until Sunday 26th September. The final event will be the elite men's road race, a 267.7km route from Antwerp to Leuven, the home of Stella Artois beer. Ahead of the event, Cyclist looks at some of the favourite names to take home the coveted rainbow jersey. Who are the favourites the elite men's road World Championships 2021? Wout van Aert (Belgium) Age: 27 Trade team: Jumbo-Visma Best finish at Elite Road Worlds: 2nd (2020) As far as favourites go, look no further than Belgian national champion Wout van Aert. He’s heading to Flanders in more ...

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How To Get A Pro Cyclist To Wish Your Dad A Happy Birthday

.rssTitle, .rssSubTitle, .rssContent, .rssBottomLinks {display: none;} img {max-width:100% !important; height: auto !important} How to get a pro cyclist to wish your dad a happy birthday Which cyclists are using the Cameo video marketplace, and how much do they charge? Read More

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Mohorič Solos To Victory On Stage 19 Of The Tour De France

.rssTitle, .rssSubTitle, .rssContent, .rssBottomLinks {display: none;} img {max-width:100% !important; height: auto !important} Mohorič solos to victory on stage 19 of the Tour de France Matej Mohorič takes his second stage win of the 2021 Tour. Read More

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Rigoberto Urán Headlines Ef Education-Nippo’S Tour De France Squad

.rssTitle, .rssSubTitle, .rssContent, .rssBottomLinks {display: none;} Rigoberto Urán headlines EF Education-Nippo's Tour de France squad EF unveiled its lineup for the Tour de France. Read More

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Bjarne Riis: It’S Not Realistic To Think A New Sponsor Will Magically Appear

Supported by Bjarne Riis is not optimistic about the future of NTT Pro Cycling after a sponsorship search came up with nothing. Nada. Zip. Zilch. “The way things are now,” he was quoted in the Danish newspaper Ekstrabladet, “There won’t be a team next year where I am the manager. This is how it is. We don’t … The post Bjarne Riis: It’s not realistic to think a new sponsor will magically appear appeared first on CyclingTips .

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Preview: 18 Things To Know About The Elite Men’S Worlds Road Race

The 2019 Road World Championships conclude this Sunday with the elite men’s road race. It’s one of the biggest and most important days of racing on the men’s calendar and it’s the race that decides who will wear the rainbow bands for the next year. Ahead of Sunday’s race, here’s your guide to the course, … The post Preview: 18 things to know about the elite men’s Worlds road race appeared first on CyclingTips .

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Binckbank Organiser Responds To Safety Complaints

The peloton during stage 3 at BinckBank Tour

The organisers of the BinckBank Tour have responded to safety complaints about the race, after numerous riders registered their concerns in the wake of stage 3. Among the dissenting voices was Tim Declercq ( Deceuninck-QuickStep ), who pointed out the hypocrisy of holding a minute's silence for Bjorg Lambrecht moments before racing on a "bike lane-wide parcours." Declercq's teammate Bob Jungels, Marcel Sieberg (Bahrain-Merida) and the Jumbo-Visma duo of Paul Martens and Jos Van Emden also took to Twitter with their complaints, with Van Emden likening the race to a kermesse. QuickStep team boss Patrick Lefevere responded to Van Emden, saying that the CPA [rider's union] should get to work, teams should refuse to pay fines, and that the UCI shouldn't have approved the final of stage 3. Race organiser Rob Discart responded to those concerns in an interview with Sporza , comparing the race route to those of the ...

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Analysing The 2019 Transfer Market With Teams And Agents – Podcast Special

Vincenzo Nibali (Bahrain-Merida) wins stage 20 at the Tour de France

In this week's episode of the Cyclingnews podcast – brought to you in association with Sportful, Pinarello and Floyd's of Leadville – we analyse the transfer market, and we have three special guests, with Matt White from Mitchelton-Scott joined by rider agents Martijn Berkhout from SEG and Joao Correira from Corso. First up, we have some exciting news for our readers. Our lovely friends at Sportful have come up with a 20% discount on all products at sportful.com . All you have to do is head to their website and use the code: cyclingnews20. This deal is in place throughout all of August. Sticking with Sportful, we have two signed Bahrain-Merida jerseys from Vincenzo Nibali to give away. All you have to do to win is go to our iTunes page and give us a review. We'll pick the two lucky winners later this month. Finally, on jerseys, our signed ...

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Tour De France Bikes 2019: Who’S Riding What?

Katusha Alpecin Canyon Aeroad

Frames, groupsets, wheels and finishing kit

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Tour De France Teams For 2019 — Complete Startlist Plus The Favourites

Theuns and Dupont at Tour de France 2018

Who are the ones to watch?

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Cavendish Not Selected For Dimension Data’S Tour De France Lineup

Supported by Mark Cavendish will not start the Tour de France for the first time since he made his debut at the race in 2007. Dimension Data unveiled its Tour de France roster on Tuesday, and Cavendish was not included in the selection. The team’s star sprinter was not mentioned in the announcement. Cavendish has struggled to … The post Cavendish not selected for Dimension Data’s Tour de France lineup appeared first on CyclingTips .

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Mark Cavendish Left Out Of Tour De France By Dimension Data

Mark Cavendish left out of Tour de France by Dimension Data

Joe Robinson 2 Jul 2019 Manxman overlooked by team for team dedicated to hunting stage wins Mark Cavendish will miss the 2019 Tour de France after being left out of the Dimension Data squad. The African WorldTour team announced their team to tackle the French Grand Tour on Monday morning, opting to back Italian sprinter Giacomo Nizzolo and Norwegian all-rounder Edvald Boasson Hagen over Cavendish. Cavendish had been hoping to earn selection for the race, having run a reduced race schedule in order to be in shape for the Tour, which starts on Saturday 6th July in Brussels. Last year, the 34-year-old was forced to abandon the race after missing the time cut of Stage 11 to La Rosiere. The Manxman was then diagnosed with the Epstein-Barr syndrome which forced him to take an extended break during the latter half of the 2018 season before returning to racing in January ...

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