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4 hrs ago | Channelnewsasia.com

Cycling: Gilbert triumphs at Fleche Brabanconne race

Former world champion Philippe Gilbert of the BMC team won the Fleche Brabanconne one-day race on Wednesday after outsprinting Australian Michael Matthews and Frenchman Tony Gallopin to the finish at Overijse.

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Related Topix: Sports, Olympic Cycling, Philippe Gilbert, Summer Olympic, Olympics, Tony Gallopin, Summer Olympics, Peter Sagan, Yukiya Arashiro, Francaise des Jeux

8 hrs ago | RTE.ie

Kimmage: Cycling still shadowed by doping

Cycling still has more progress to be made in its fight against doping, according to journalist and former professional rider Paul Kimmage.

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Related Topix: Lance Armstrong, Discovery Channel, Michael Barry

10 hrs ago | Velonews

Tech scenes from the 2014 Sea Otter Classic, Round 2

With cyclocross season opening in early September, the Sea Otter Classic is an ideal place for manufacturers to launch new 'cross bikes.

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14 hrs ago | PezCycling News

Photo Gallery: Paris-Roubaix

From the start in CompiA gne to the cobbles of the Arenberg Forest and on to the mythical velodrome in Roubaix, photographer Patrick Verhoest was there alongside the riders.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

Yorkshire Evening Post

Team Sky's Ben Swift swoops for Q&A ahead of Tour de France in Yorkshire

Team Sky rider Ben Swift, who is hoping to lineup alongside the likes of Sir Bradley Wiggins on the Headrow startline of Le Tour on July 5, was quizzed by children from the Hunslet Club and Otley Cycle Club in a question and answer event at Aspire in Leeds yesterday.

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Related Topix: Credit Agricole, Bradley Wiggins

Velonews

Former Jamis rider Pinkham dies after apparent accidental overdose

Chase Pinkham, a former rider for Jamis-Hagens Berman and the Trek-Livestrong development team, died Sunday night, a friend of the Pinkham family has confirmed to VeloNews .

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Related Topix: Sports, Sports Etc.

South Wales Argus

Former champ targets third British cycling title in Monmouthshire

ROGER Hammond wants a third British title and believes the young members of his Madison-Genesis are just the ones to land the British Cycling National Road and Time Trial Championships under-23 crown in Monmouthshire this June.

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Related Topix: Discovery Channel, Roger Hammond

BleacherReport

Lance Armstrong Teaches Fans How to Change a Tire in Depressing Video

If you were wondering what embattled cyclist Lance Armstrong has been up to, the answer seems to be making fairly depressing how-to videos on changing bike tires.

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Related Topix: Lance Armstrong, Discovery Channel

PezCycling News

Retro Amstel Gold: Gianetti Remembers

The Amstel Gold Race signals the start of the Ardennes Classics, and the first signs of who's looking good for the Giro.

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Cycling News

Contador still top of WorldTour rankings

With the Vuelta Ciclista al Pais Vasco stage-race over and Paris-Roubaix fiercely competed, as both races offered 100 points to the winner, the WorldTour rankings have again undergone significant change.

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PezCycling News

Toolbox: Cycling Confidence

Confidence is the single most important mental factor in cycling. I define it as how strongly you believe in your ability to achieve your cycling goals.

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Related Topix: Credit Agricole, Bradley Wiggins

Mon Apr 14, 2014

Cycling News

Lampre-Merida's Roubaix: crashes, punctures and mechanicals

For Lampre-Merida , the pav of Paris-Roubaix brought only pain and suffering compounded by bad luck.

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RTE.ie

Giro organisers optimistic ahead of Irish start

Organisers of one of cycling's flagship professional events are extremely confident ahead of the opening stages in Ireland, a race director said.

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Related Topix: Tour de France

Phoenix New Times

7 Best Group Bike Rides in Metro Phoenix

For those who prefer the bike lane to the HOV, there are plenty of group cycling rides criss-crossing the metro area.

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Related Topix: Critical Mass (Bike Ride)

Velonews

Lampre reveals more details of Horner accident, Tour comeback possible

Chris Horner remains in an Italian hospital with a punctured lung and fractured ribs while police search for a hit-and-run driver, casting in doubt his start at the Giro d'Italia next month.

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Related Topix: Saunier Duval - Prodir, Chris Horner

PezCycling News

EuroTrash Roubaix Monday

That's the Hell of the North done and dusted for another year and we have everything you need to know here in EuroTrash Monday.

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Related Topix: Saunier Duval - Prodir, Chris Horner, Tom Boonen, Quickstep, Fassa Bortolo, Fabian Cancellara

Sun Apr 13, 2014

IcNetwork

Commonwealth Games 2014: 100 days until party starts in Glasgow

It was an uphill battle after Chico's early sending off and our man Phil Blanche was there to run the rule over the players As she prepares to host a brand-new TV series about our musical heritage, Cerys Matthews assures Karen Price that it is far from a staid history lesson.

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Related Topix: Sports, Summer Olympic, Olympics, Olympic Football, Summer Olympics, Chris Hoy, Olympic Cycling, Bradley Wiggins, Credit Agricole, Geraint Thomas, Nicole Cooke

Channelnewsasia.com

Cycling: Wiggins vows to earn Team Sky tour place

Former Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins vowed to earn his place on the Sky team to support defending champion Chris Froome in July after finishing ninth at Paris-Roubaix.

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Related Topix: Sports, Olympic Cycling, Summer Olympic, Olympics, Bradley Wiggins, Summer Olympics, Fabian Cancellara, Niki Terpstra, Tour de France, Credit Agricole

Cycling News

Boonen calls Omega Pharma QuickStep lucky to get away with Paris-Roubaix win

There was little reward for the impressive ride from Tom Boonen at Paris-Roubaix when he left the Roubaix vlodrome behind him on Sunday afternoon.

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Related Topix: Quickstep, Tom Boonen

PezCycling News

Roubaix'14: Terpstra Takes It

Race Report: Crashes, attacks, punctures - it was the usual beautiful mayhem that is Paris-Roubaix today with Patrick Lefevre's OmegaPharma-Quickstep squad once again showing their strength in numbers and tactics as Niki Terpstra surged clear in a late solo move from an elite group of favorites.

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Related Topix: Quickstep, Sports, Olympic Cycling, Summer Olympic, Olympics, Niki Terpstra, Summer Olympics, Tom Boonen, Greg Van Avermaet

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