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  1. Gallery: Through the years at Paris-NiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 7, 2014 | Cycling News

    Cold weather blighted Paris-Nice in 2004. Jean-Marie Leblanc tells Michele Bartoli, Ivan Basso and David Millar that stage 4 through the Auvergne has been cancelled.


  2. Jens Voigt is Amgen Tour of California AmbassadorRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 |

    Jens Voigt , an extremely respected pro cyclist, recently retired, has been named an Ambassador for the Amgen Tour of California . The addition of this legendary cyclist to the Amgen is good news for everyone who pedals a bike.


  3. Jens Voigt Named Amgen Tour of California AmbassadorRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | NewsTalk 1530 KFBK

    Organizers of the Amgen Tour of California made a big announcement today for this year's cycling race, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary. The news was shared by the race's executive director Kristin Bachochin: Legendary cyclist Jens Voigt has been named the race's Ambassador.


  4. Voigt hired as ambassador for Tour of CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 19, 2014 | Cycling News

    AEG, the organisers of the Tour of California , announced today that retired racer Jens Voigt has been brought on as an ambassador for the race, allowing him to continue his involvement in the sport after having competed in all nine previous editions of the race. Voigt will be a member of the race's management team, providing input into the race operations, as well as acting as an on-air analyst for the live coverage of the race on NBC Sports.


  5. Will Storey break the hour record?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | BBC News

    On Saturday in London's Olympic velodrome, the 11-time Paralympic champion will attempt arguably her toughest yet - the women's hour record. It is a record that has stood since 2003, a time when Storey was still ploughing up and down a pool with no intention of riding around in circles.


  6. Storey puts baby before bikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Sky Sports

    Dame Sarah Storey remains confident of breaking the women's world hour record on Saturday despite having to put the needs of her baby before her bike in her final week of preparation. Storey has a 20-month-old daughter and has had to combine training for one of cycling's toughest tests with mothering duties for the past two months.


  7. Cycling: Laura Trott in the Potteries to launch new cycling teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | This Is Staffordshire

    DOUBLE Olympic champion Laura Trott has come to the Potteries to launch a new team for the women's professional peloton. The omnium and team pursuit gold medal winner will be riding for Trentham-based Matrix Fitness Pro this season so she can combine her track and road ambitions.


  8. MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Yahoo!

    Dutch rider Thomas Dekker failed in his bid to claim the one hour world record, but a faulty clock left everyone unsure as to how far he had ridden. Dekker was attempting to surpass the mark set by Australian BMC rider Rohan Dennis of 52.491 kilometres, but could not quite reach that distance as he set 52.221km in Aguascalientes, Mexico.


  9. 'Shut up, legs!' Jens Voigt shares thrills-and spills-of pro cyclingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Morristown Green

    Professional cycling "is dangerous," Jens Voigt reminded a crowd of racing fans this month at a bike vendors night in Randolph hosted by Marty's Reliable Cycle. After 17 years and some 528,000 miles in the saddle on the European pro circuit, Voigt said he's happy now to make his living as an "Ambassador of Awesome" for Trek, where the only dangers to his face are smile lines, not road rash.


  10. Video: Dan Martin on leadership at Cannondale-GarminRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Cycling News

    Despite being just 28 years of age, Dan Martin finds himself as an elder statesman of the newly formed Cannondale-Garmin team, which has the youngest average age in the WorldTour. With Christian Vande Velde and David Zabriskie retiring in 2013, and David Millar following suit last year, Martin is one of three riders along with Tom Danielson and Ryder Hesjedal remaining from Garmin's original 2008 incarnation as Slipstream Sports.


  11. Toolbox: High Intensity IntervalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | PezCycling News

    With the eventual approach of late winter in the northern hemisphere, most of us are transitioning out of preparatory or base training and looking towards incorporating higher intensity efforts into our programs. What are some of the thoughts behind planning intervals properly? Turning up the Speed With the end of February approaching, many of us in northern climates are optimistically looking forward to getting off the trainer and out onto the road on a more consistent basis .


  12. Froome-Contador clash at Ruta del Sol reaffirms growing rivalryRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Velonews

    In the season's first showdown between Chris Froome and Alberto Contador at the Ruta del Sol, the Sky rider bounced back after losing seconds in the time trial and first summit finish to take stage 4 and the overall victory. Photo: Tim De Waele In today's Twitterized, Instagrammed, instant-gratification world, it's easy to jump to conclusions.


  13. PEZ Talk: Brian VandborgRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | PezCycling News

    Interview: Brian Vandborg retired at the end of 2013 after a career that saw him compete for CSC , Discovery Channel, GLS, Liquigas-Doimo, SpiderTech and Cannondale. Two teams folded and a season was ruined due to mononucleosis, but he was a strong team rider to the end.


  14. Counter-punch: Chris Froome swarms Alberto Contador in Ruta doubleRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 21 | Velonews

    The mood around the Team Sky bus on a gloomy, cloudy morning was hard to read. Chris Froome had ceded time to Alberto Contador in Friday's showdown, and everyone was putting his best face forward.


  15. Contador's Hazallanas Form: A Good Thing?Read the original story

    Saturday Feb 21 | Podium Cafe

    Yesterday, Alberto Contador attacked with over 7 kilometres to go on the Alto de Hazallanas and continued to ride apace to the summit, distancing Chris Froome by 19 seconds and Romain Bardet by almost 2 minutes. Is such a display in February wise? 10 KM to go: The riders are descending at breakneck speed, Nieve is at the back from a puncture, SKY are nowhere, Paulinho is on the front driving the tempo.


  16. Contador's 'test' nets first win of the season in Vuelta a AndaluciaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 20 | Cycling News

    A powerful long-distance attack by Alberto Contador netted the Spaniard his first win of the season ahead of archrival Chris Froome on the very difficult climb of Hazallanas in the Vuelta a Andulicia - a triumph taken Contador, said later, on pure instinct given he had no clear references on the time gap he had on the Briton. However, the Spanish rider admitted that he was very satisfied with what he described as a performance "that was a test like the ones I had been doing in the climbs" - in training - "two or three weeks ago."


  17. Froome up to third in SpainRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 19 | Sky Sports

    Alberto Contador maintained his lead and Chris Froome moved up to third place after an exciting finish to the second stage of the Ruta del Sol in Lucera, won by Juan Jose Lobato. Contador came to the front of the peloton inside the final 1km and briefly looked like attacking, but he was happy to finish in the lead bunch as Movistar's Lobato sprinted to his second victory of the season.


  18. EuroTrash Alberto ThursdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 19 | PezCycling News

    There are three races on at the moment: Oman, Ruta del Sol and Algarve and we cover all of them with results, reports and video. In other cycling news we look at Alberto Contador's retirement, the passing of Claude Criquielion, Bruyneel case, preview Trofeo Laigueglia & Haut Var-Matin and on-bike cameras at the World track champs.


  19. Contador pleased with pre-season prep before AndaluciaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 18 | Cycling News

    Alberta Contador said Tuesday that he is pleased with his pre-season preparation and is ready for his 2015 campaign to start this week at the Vuelta a Andaluca Ruta Ciclista del Sol . The Tinkoff-Saxo leader will ride the Spanish race for the first time, facing off against Tour de France rival Chris Froome over the five-day race that features a road race and time trial on the first day.


  20. Contador downplays form ahead of season openerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | Velonews

    For the first time since the 2014 Vuelta a EspaA a, Contador will face Chris Froome, but he has tempered expectations, saying a win in Andalucia would be complicated. Photo: Tim De Waele Alberto Contador enters this week's Ruta del Sol stage race - his first matchup with rival Chris Froome - following winter training that went largely to plan.