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  1. Rowe, Bouhanni, Voeckler and Ewan confirmed for 2017 Tour de YorkshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 18, 2017 | Cycling News

    Cofidis' French cyclist Nacer Bouhanni celebrates as he crosses the finish line winning the fourth stage of the 97th Volta Catalunya Lizzie Deignan will headline the women's race on April 29, and she will be joined by Olympic champion Anna van der Breggen and Tour of Flanders winner Coryn Rivera . In the men's race, Rowe will lead a Sky team that is also set to feature neo-professionals Owain Doull and Jonathan Dibben.


  2. Team Sky rider Luke Rowe to race in the Tour de YorkshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 18, 2017 | Daily Mail

    The Welshman, who was a part of Chris Froome's Tour de France wins in 2015 and 2016, will be joined by Olympic gold medallist Owain Doull and world points race champion Jon Dibben in Team Sky's line-up for the three-day race. The third edition of the event, which starts on April 28, will also include British road-race champion Adam Blythe and former winners Lars Petter Nordhaug and Thomas Voeckler, while Cofidis sprinter Nacer Bouhanni - a former points classification winner at the Giro d'Italia - will feature for the first time.


  3. Olympic, Tour de France and world champions on start line for Tour de YorkshireRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 18, 2017 | York Press

    The peloton makes it way through the Yorkshire countryside during last year's Tour de Yorkshire. Picture: Alex Broadway/ RACE organisers Welcome to Yorkshire and ASO have announced a host of big-name riders for the 2017 Tour de Yorkshire - with Tour de France winner Luke Rowe and world sprint stars Nacer Bouhanni and Caleb Ewan among those set to compete.


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    Apr 14, 2017 | This Is Grimsby

    THE race is back, featuring sporting stars and with the potential to attract millions ... yes, it's the Tour de Yorkshire! The county's success in hosting the Grand Depart of the historic Tour de France competition, in 2014, prompted organisers to launch an elite race of its own and thus, the Tour de Yorkshire was born. This year's event will held between April 28 and April 30 and will take in massive chunks of Yorkshire's towns and villages.


  5. 115th Paris-Roubaix - Report and videoRead the original story

    Apr 9, 2017 | Daily Peloton

    Greg Van Avermaet capped off a very successful spring campaign with a win at the 115th running of the Paris-Roubaix'. The Belgian added the 'Hell of the North' to his wins at GP E3 and Gent-Wevelgem.


  6. Viviani rues another second place at ScheldeprijsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2017 | Cycling News

    Elia Viviani was unable to come past Marcel Kittel in the high-speed sprint finish at Scheldeprijs , but he tried to cancel the bitter taste of defeat with the knowledge that he had again shown he is competitive with the best sprinters in the world. Scheldeprijs is one of the true sprinters' Classics of the spring, and Viviani beat Nacer Bouhanni , Jurgen Roelandts and Pascal Ackermann in the fast sprint.


  7. Bouhanni extends with Cofidis until 2019Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2017 | Cycling News

    Nacer Bouhanni and the Cofidis team have confirmed that the French sprinter will stay with the Professional Continental team until the end of 2019, in the hope of finally winning sprints at the Tour de France and other major races. According to reports in the La Voix du Nord and L'Equipe , Bouhanni will continue to earn around 1.5 million Euro and be the team's leader.


  8. | Bouhanni extends Cofidis dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2017 | News24

    French sprinter Nacer Bouhanni has extended his contract with Cofidis by two years until 2019, the French cycling team announced on Wednesday. The 26-year-old, who joined Cofidis in 2015, has 55 wins to his name including stages on the Giro d'Italia and the Vuelta a Espana.


  9. Aqua Blue Sport celebrate Vuelta a Espana invitationRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 28, 2017 | Cycling News

    With a Vuelta a Espana start secured via a wild card , newly created Irish Pro-Continental squad Aqua Blue Sport are celebrating the news it will ride a Grand Tour in its maiden season. The team has taken an aggressive style of racing into the early-season in search of wins and race invitations.


  10. Vuelta a Espana: Aqua Blue Sport and Manzana Postobon secure wildcard invitationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 27, 2017 | Cycling News

    The organisers of the Vuelta a Espaa have named the wildcard teams invited to this year's race alongside the 18 WorldTour teams, with Cofidis, Caja Rural, Aqua Blue Sport and Colombian team Manzana Postobon securing the four places in the third Grand Tour of the season. The 2017 Vuelta, the 72nd edition of the Spanish Grand Tour, starts in Nimes, France on August 19 and ends in Madrid on September 10. With the Vuelta a Espaa starting in France, the Delko Marseille Provence KTM team had been hoping for a place but they missed out, with organisers preferring to reward the new Irish-registered Aqua Blue Sport squad and help Colombian cycling by inviting the Manzana Postobon team.


  11. Keukeleire second in Wevelgem despite 'not having great legs'Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 26, 2017 | Cycling News

    Despite being a hot prospect for the spring classics, it's been a long time since Jens Keukeleire was able to convert the high expectations and his talent into a top result. After racking up the wins as a new kid on the block in 2010 with Cofidis, Keukeleire moved to the Orica team.


  12. Volta: Chris Froome misses out as Bouhanni takes stage winRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2017 | Daily Mail

    Did your record signing pay off? From A 89m Pogba to A 50m Torres, we assess the biggest buy at each of the Premier League sides Bayern Munich sued for A 100,000 by fan who was crushed by Manchester United supporter who jumped over turnstile MARTIN SAMUEL: Guardiola must buy well after a bad keeper call, it's baffling why Mourinho makes excuses for failure, plus England and a right Charlie Stunning new images reveal how Spurs' new 61,000-seat stadium is slowly creeping up in size next to White Hart Lane The Rock claims he almost broke the record for longest drive in the history of golf The 50 best young players in Europe: Penultimate day of our countdown includes a Celtic star, two Dortmund players and FIVE prospects from the French league Wales full-back Taylor wants his side to ride their Euro 2016 crest of a wave to the World Cup... starting with a clash with Ireland in Dublin 'He ... (more)


  13. Adopt a Belgian: Adrien PetitRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 22, 2017 | Podium Cafe

    The first thing to know about Adrien is that he's not a Belgian . That said, he was born and raised in Arras, Normandy, which is close to the heart of the Paris-Roubaix cobbles region, and a not-very-long bicycle ride from Kortrijk.


  14. Van Avermaet: I don't need to be scared of anybodyRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2017 | Cycling News

    Greg Van Avermaet of BMC Racing team, French cyclist Florian Senechal of team Cofidis pedal the Varenstraat cobblestoned section during the 71st edition of the 'Dwars Door Vlaanderen' The more things change, the more they stay the same. Becoming Olympic champion in Rio last year elevated Greg Van Avermaet to a new level of fame in his home country, but one aspect of his life remains unaltered: The Tour of Flanders is still the race he covets above all others.


  15. Record number of teams announced for 2017 Tour de YorkshireRead the original story

    Mar 21, 2017 |

    A RECORD 36 men's and women's teams will compete in this year's Tour de Yorkshire - up from 33 in 2016. For the first time the number of women's and men's teams taking part will be the same for the prestigious event.


  16. Cavendish, Sagan to lead sprinter showdown at 2017 Tour of CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2017 | Cycling News

    The 2016 edition of the Tour of California was one of the hardest and most scenic yet but also involved long transfers to achieve this feat 'King of California' Peter Sagan and Mark Cavendish will once again headline a stacked sprinter showdown in the Amgen Tour of California's first WorldTour edition. A record 11 top-division teams will be on the start line when the race rolls out of Sacramento on May 14, including Katusha-Alpecin with Alexander Kristoff and Trek-Segafredo with John Degenkolb, setting up a preview of notable fast finishers who will be fighting for stage wins in July.


  17. Strongest Field In Race History Announced For 2017 Amgen Tour of CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 9, 2017 | Digital Game Developer

    Elite Men's and Women's Teams Carrying World and National Champions and Olympic Medalists Will Compete in California in May America's most prestigious cycling event joins the UCI WorldTour this year with 11 WorldTour teams containing some of the world's most decorated cyclists, including first-ranked, has become one of the most important races on the international cycling calendar, showcasing the most accomplished cyclists from around the world. In addition, the event provides cyclists the opportunity to preview prospective competition leading to summer's Tour de France.


  18. Degenkolb ready to throw down in Paris-Nice sprint stagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2017 | Cycling News

    John Degenkolb will continue his march toward the Monuments starting Sunday in Paris-Nice , where the German sprinter says he's ready to "put the cards on the table" heading into the Classics. "For me, Paris-Nice is a very important race in preparing for the Monuments to come, like Milan-San Remo, the Tour of Flanders and, of course, Paris-Roubaix," Degnekolb said in an interview with ASO, the Paris-Nice organisers.


  19. ASO names wildcard picks for Ardennes Classics - News ShortsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 21, 2017 | Cycling News

    Anna van der Breggen of the Netherlands and Rabobank-Liv celebrates crossing the finish line to win the 19th Fleche Wallonne women's race The ASO on Tuesday named its wildcard picks for the men's and women's editions of Lige-Bastogne-Lige and La Flche Wallonne WorldTour races. For the men, seven wildcard teams from the Pro Continental ranks will join the 18 WorldTour teams, with the line-up remaining the same for both races save for Roompot-Nederlandse Loterij swapping in at Wallonne for Fortuneo-Vital Concept.


  20. Paris-Roubaix announces full team line-upRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 20, 2017 | Cycling News

    The organisers of Paris-Roubaix have named the full team line-up, including the seven wild card teams, with Cofidis, Direct Energie, Fortuneo-Vital Concept, Delko Marseille Provence KTM, Wanty-Groupe Gobert, Sport Vlaanderen-Baloise and Roompot Nederlandse Loterij all invited to the Hell of the North. There is no place for Professional Continental teams from Spain or Italy.