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Intensity may be the most important contributor to cycling performance once the race begins.
Mark Cavendish may be among the chief contenders for the green jersey at the Tour de France but yellow will be the only colour on the Omega Pharma-QuickStep man's mind when he lines up for the opening stage on June 29. The Manxman has never worn the maillot jaune during his career but with the peloton facing a flat road stage from Porto-Vecchio to ... (more)
State law says that bicycles and vehicles are subject to the same laws on the road, but it's clear there are some troubles sharing.
Ryder Hesjedal got off to a strong start in the Tour de Suisse before crashing out.
In spite of a Route du Sud victory capped by a stage win over the Port de Bals, Thomas Voeckler has insisted that Pierre Rolland will lead his Europcar team at the Tour de France.
ENDURANCE brothers Scott and Rhys Jenkins are set to embark on their most audacious fundraising challenge yet - a non-stop 4000 mile cycle from North America's most Northern point to its most Southern point, in honour of local marine Paul Woodland who died last year.
Movistar's Rui Costa rides on his way to winning the final stage and the General Classification of the Tour de Suisse, on June 16, 2013.
Geraint Thomas believes he can make a significant contribution in the mountains if selected by Team Sky for the 2013 Tour de France.
Canada's Steve Smith, of Cassidy, B.C., here in a previous season's event, won the silver medal at a World Cup mountain biking event in Italy on Sunday.
The Vacansoleil-DCM rider beat fellow brekaway companions Sven Vandousselaere, Brian van Goethem and Arno van der Zwet to the line at the end of the 176km stage from Gerwen to Boxtel.
It's not often that an amateur US domestic elite team will bring the most accomplished rider to a race, but that's exactly what happened this week at the Nature Valley Grand Prix when Mt.
Pat McQuaid has failed to secure the nomination of his own national cycling organisation in his bid for a third term as president of the International Cycling Union.
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