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  1. USA Cycling personnel changes continueRead the original story w/Photo

    8 min ago | Velonews

    Less than three weeks after USA Cycling fired its longtime technical director Shawn Farrell, personnel changes continue at the national federation. On Thursday, the federation sent out a brief email announcing that Bill Kellick, director of communications, had "resigned his position to move on to new opportunities in his career," asking that all media inquiries be directed to communications manager Kevin Loughery.


  2. Gallery: Singlespeed cyclocross world championships 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    9 min ago | Velonews

    Interesting ink was on display as 225 competitors from 28 states and 5 countries convened in Louisville for this tribal gathering. Photo: Tom Moran Ink and more ink.


  3. Halfords enjoys boost in turnoverRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Ledbury Reporter

    The Tour of Britain leaders and main group head up Church Street Malvern watched by the crowds who turned out to s WORCESTERSHIRE-based cycling retailer Halfords is expected to report a 9.5 per cent increase in revenue in comparison with last year over the last six months next week. The Redditch company - which is the country's biggest seller of bikes - is due to report its half-year results on Wednesday, November 5 and is expected to announce a turnover of A 48.8 million.


  4. Bevin looking ahead to a big 2015 with AvantiRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Cycling News

    New Zealand's Patrick Bevin earned himself a contract with the Avanti Racing Team through his performances in the two final stage races of the National Road Series . Bevin, who spent 2014 with, hit a purple patch of form in September as he won a stage and the overall at the National Capital Tour and backed it up with two stage wins and the overall at arguably the hardest race on the NRS calendar, the Tour of Tasmania, a race won in the past by both Cadel Evans and Richie Porte .


  5. Tour of California offers double the racing for womenRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Cycling News

    ... first-time stage race and time trial, something that Bachochin believes contributes to the overall growth of women's cycling. "Every year we are striving to make this race bigger and better, and we are taking advantage of the Amgen Tour of ...


  6. Belgium moves forward on blood doping doctorRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Cycling News

    A Belgian prosecutor has completed his investigation into the activities of a Rotselaar doctor, Chris Mertens, who is suspected of providing ozone therapy to 19 athletes, some of whom were professional cyclists, the Belgian media reports today. The investigation dates back to early 2013, when Telenet-Fidea rider Tom Meeusen was questioned as a patient of Mertens and kept out of several cyclo-cross races.


  7. USA Pro Challenge to add multi-day women's race in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Cycling News

    ... ne-day women's race in 2015 . Watch the video below to see UCI President Brian Cookson discuss his hopes for women's cycling. To subscribe to the Cyclingnews video channel, click here .


  8. 2014 Cyclingnews Reader Poll now openRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Cycling News

    Every year, we give you the chance to pick the riders, teams, races, moments and equipment that have really stood out from the pack in the last 12 months. To keep things simple, we'll be asking you to vote from a fixed selection in each category, so the survey should take you less than five minutes to complete.


  9. Brandle beats Voigt's hour record at Swiss velodromeRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The China Post

    Austrian rider Matthias Brandle broke cycling's historic hour record on Thursday after covering a distance of 51.852 kilometers at the UCI Velodrome. The 24-year-old Brandle, the Austrian time trial champion, eclipsed Jens Voigt's mark of 51.1 kilometers, improving his record by 742 meters.


  10. [Video] The Ghost Bikes of HoustonRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Houston Press

    With Critical Mass launching off tonight at Market Square Park downtown, tensions are bound to be high between motorists and cyclists as bike enthusiasts swarm the streets. The controversial event, whose participants have been nicknamed "Critical Massholes," has a reputation for holding up after-work Friday traffic, corking through red lights and straight up drunken brawls.


  11. Who is Matthias Brandle, the new hour record holder?Read the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Velonews

    Matthias BrA ndle is the man of the hour after setting the new hour mark Wednesday on the UCI's track in Aigle, Switzerland, but little is known about team IAM Cycling's Austrian. "Why did I choose to do this?" BrA ndle asked himself midway through his 51.852-kilometer ride .


  12. In the News: 19 athletes implicated in Belgian blood-doping scandalRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Velonews

    After a 2.5-year investigation, a prosecutor in Leuven, Belgium is seeking to bring Dr. Chris Mertens to trial. Mertens, the report says, is suspected to have performed blood transfusions with ozone, which involves drawing blood, infusing it with ozone, and then putting it back into the body.


  13. Austrian cyclist sets new world hour recordRead the original story

    5 hrs ago |

    Matthias Brandle of Austria set a new cycling world hour record with his 51.85-km effort, adding more than 700 metres to the old mark set by Germany's Jens Voigt last month. Brandle, three-time Austrian time-trial champion, set the new record at Switzerland's Aigle velodrome Thursday, reports Xinhua.


  14. 1 million Giants fans get ready to partyRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Business Journal

    If you're going to today's victory parade for the San Francisco Giants, it'll be a good thing if you don't mind crowds, rain and slow cell phone service. The parade for baseball's World Series champions begins at noon at Market and Steuart streets.


  15. Giants, Rain, Bicycles, Oh, The HorrorRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Bold Italic

    This is the story of a city, a city unprepared for the impending cluster fuck of Friday the 31st, 2014. The shining City by the Bay, nursing its collective hangover from the stupendous revelry two nights prior, wakes to a new horror: A HEAVING, WET, ORANGE AND BLACK MONSTER DESCENDING ON MARKET STREET! It's a perfect storm of traffic jams: Halloween costume fanatics, SF Giants victory parade goers, Critical Mass cyclists, and a drought-busting rain storm.


  16. News shorts: Lampre case resumes in MantovaRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Cycling News

    ... to receive a two-year ban but it was reduced to 18 months after he reportedly provided a confession to the UCI's Cycling Independent Reform Commission in June . The 29-year-old's ban expires on November 2. "With us, Santambrogio won't just be a ...


  17. Eurobike'14: The Weird & WonderfulRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | PezCycling News

    Eurobike. It's the biggest and best bike show in the world for a reason - it simply has EVERYTHING on display from the entire bike industry and is the show that is the most talked about by PEZ fans.


  18. Nys chasing tenth victory at the KoppenbergcrossRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Cycling News

    Sven Nys starts Saturday's Koppenbergcross wearing number one as he chases a tenth victory in the prestigious Belgian race that covers a section of the cobbles often used in the Tour of Flanders road race. The cyclo-cross season traditional steps up a gear during the All Saints weekend, with huge crowds attending the Koppenbergcross on Saturday and then Sunday's Superprestige Zonhoven event.


  19. Video: Brian Cookson on the progression of women's cyclingRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Cycling News

    UCI president Brian Cookson has said that he remains committed to introducing a minimum wage in women's cycling but he estimates that it might take another two to three years before the measure is introduced. "I am very keen on having a minimum wage for women: it's something that I promised to do," Cookson told Cyclingnews in a recent video interview.


  20. Vande Velde trades bike for micRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 11, 2014 | Daily Camera

    One year removed from life as a professional cyclist, Christian Vande Velde is enjoying being on the outside of the peleton looking in. He's spending more time at home in suburban Chicago with his wife and their two little girls.