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23 min ago | Cycling News
A feature of this Vuelta a Espaa has been the reluctance of any of the overall contenders to accept the tag of pre-race favourite, although the majority seem to be happy for Nairo Quintana to carry that burden.
7 hrs ago | Velonews
Bradley Wiggins could kick off a new round of hour record attempts if he sticks to an announced June 2015 date.
As the bell rang for the final finishing circuit of the USA Pro Challenge in Denver on Sunday, Jens Voigt was where we expected to see him - off the front, legs churning, bike rocking back and forth, in the final breakaway of his storied career.
After a turbulent end to the 2013 season, Michael Rogers has enjoyed a renaissance in 2014, with a Tour stage win and two Giro stage wins.
Mark Cavendish claimed his first win since crashing at the Tour de France by sprinting to victory on the opening stage of the Tour du Poitou Charentes.
Your travails over the past couple of years are well-known. You were stripped of your Tour de France titles due to positive performance-enhancing drug tests.
Daryl Impey, who last year became the first African to wear the Tour de France yellow jersey, has failed a drugs test, his team Orica-GreenEdge have announced.
Olympic champion Sir Bradley Wiggins is returning to the roads of London, as he was announced as a late addition to the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey Classic earlier today [Thursday].
For Wilco Kelderman , the late addition of an array of star names to the field for his debut Vuelta a Espaa is a source of motivation rather than of intimidation.
Australia's Michael Matthews swung past Dan Martin of Ireland to take victory in stage three of the Vuelta a Espana and with it the overall race lead.
Police and partners are planning for a safe end to West Yorkshire's 'summer of sport' at this month's Bradford City v Leeds United derby.
Australia's Cadel Evans is racing the Vuelta a Espaa for the first time in five years this August - but not, for the first time in years, for his own general classification bid.
Andrew Talansky began the Tour de France aspiring to place on the podium and ended it utterly alone on the road to Oyonnox in week two, half an hour off the rear of the peloton.
Frenchman Nacer Bouhanni won stage two of the Vuelta a Espana after powering clear of sprint rivals John Degenkolb and Roberto Ferrari.
TASMANIAN cyclist Campbell Flakemore might be on the verge of the joining the professional ranks by continuing to shine with the Jayco-AIS World Tour Academy.
Jan Bakelants will ride for AG2R-La Mondiale next season, according to Belgian Newspaper Het Laatste Nieuws .
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 02:52 pm
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