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  1. Petacchi leads crop of Italians without 2015 contractsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | Velonews

    ... to confirm their 2015 plans. Francesco Chicchi won the under-23 world championship in 2002 and then raced for Fassa Bortolo, Quick Step, and, this year, Neri Sottoli, but without big results he lacks a contract. Davide ViganA2 was one of the first ...


  2. Open house scheduled to discuss possibility of bike share programRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | KMOV-TV Saint Louis

    JULY 07: A shadow is reflected on the road as the peloton passes along the 153.5km course in stage four of the Tour de France on July 7, 2010 in Reims, France. A relatively flat stage, the route featured only one category four climb.


  3. News shorts: Germany could jail dopersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Cycling News

    German athletes who use banned substances could be sent to jail for up to three years, according to a new anti-doping law to be presented by the German government on Wednesday. Dealers and doctors who assist in doping could face up to ten years.


  4. Julich: Return to Tinkoff Saxo feels like homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 10 | Cycling News

    Bobby Julich has described his move to Tinkoff-Saxo as 'a bit like coming home' after he re-joined the team he rode and coached for . Julich joined Oleg Tinkov's team earlier this month as Head Coach, and spent last week climbing Mount Kilimanjaro with his new colleagues.


  5. Fsa DS: Past Performance Is No Indication Of Future Returns Part 3 - Early Season Cat 4sRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 10 | Podium Cafe

    Following on from part 1 and part 2 , we'll look at the expected returns of a race winner in the following year's FSA VDS competition. We'll be covering the category 4 races up until the end of Ardennes week, the top level classics outside the monuments.


  6. Switch to Tinkoff gives Sagan 'chance to restart'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 5 | Velonews

    Slovak Peter Sagan just finished climbing Mount Kilimanjaro with his new Tinkoff-Saxo teammates and is beginning to consider the changes in store for 2015. "I'd swap at least one of them [the three green jerseys from the Tour de France]," Sagan said, "for a win in one of the big classics."


  7. News shorts: Lotto-Soudal get WorldTour licence, Contador praises Andy SchleckRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 5 | Cycling News

    The UCI are yet to issue the official press release to confirm the teams that have made it into next year's WorldTour, however Lotto-Soudal have confirmed that they will once again be taking part in cycling's top tier. The Belgian team jumped the gun on the official announcement and issued a short statement on their website on Wednesday morning.


  8. EuroTrash Hour Record MondayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 3 | PezCycling News

    It looks like Jens Voigt and Matthias BrA ndle have started an Hour Record resurgence, who will be next? We have the week-end's cyclo-cross action from Belgium with full video coverage and the latest team and rider news. Sad news from Kenya, but you can all help.


  9. 'Now or never' as Brandle tackles Voigt's Hour RecordRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 30 | Cycling News

    When the UCI announced its reform of the regulations governing the World Hour Record earlier this year, it was with the expectation, perhaps, that the likes of Bradley Wiggins, Fabian Cancellara and Tony Martin would quickly vie to establish a new mark. The big hitters of world time trialling will doubtless enter the fray in due course Wiggins has pencilled in an attempt for next summer but for now, there is a window for opportunists to inscribe their names in the record books.


  10. News shorts: Petacchi close to Neri-Sottoli dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 26 | Cycling News

    Alessandro Petacchi is set to continue his career into 2015 in the colours of Neri-Sottoli, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport . The Italian, who will turn 41 in January, was deemed surplus to requirements by the Omega Pharma-QuickStep team at the end of this season but he has already expressed his desire to remain in the peloton for up to two more years.


  11. Neri Sottoli hoping for Giro invite amid doping concernsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 24 | Velonews

    Italian second-division team, Neri Sottoli may sign Alessandro Petacchi for 2015, but it races into the new season with uncertainties linked to past doping cases. The team fans love to hate may be back, and maybe with Petacchi, if all goes well for general manager Angelo Citracca.


  12. Tour de France resurrects time bonuses, reshuffles points competitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 24 | Velonews

    At the 2015 Tour, there will be more at stake during a sprint finish than just a stage win. Photo: Tim De Waele Time bonuses, and the thrilling battle for the yellow jersey in the first week that come with them, are back in the Tour de France.


  13. Matthias Brandle Next Up for Hour RecordRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 23 | Podium Cafe

    Just when you think the season is finally, finally over... well. it isn't. At least if you're into track.


  14. Alpe d'Huez finale looks to highlight 2015 Tour routeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | Velonews

    The 2015 Tour de France is rumored to offer a penultimate-stage finish atop l'Alpe d'Huez. Photo: Tim De Waele The lights will dim, the music score will ramp up, and the invited cyclists will nod their heads in universal agreement as if to say, "Yep, the Tour de France looks hard again."


  15. Gallery: Japan Cup team presentaionRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 17, 2014 | Cycling News

    An expectant crowd assembled in Utsunomiya to welcome their cycling heroes at the team presentation of the 23rd Japan Cup. Japanese WorldTour riders Yukio Arashiro and Fumiyuki Beppu were on hand, along with a whole host of other WorldTour stars and local talent.


  16. InCycle Video: Which pro rider would you like to be?Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2014 | Cycling News

    Our colleagues at InCycle asked some of the sport's top riders an interesting question: which other rider in the peloton would you like to be for a day? Hear from Fabian Cancellara , Chris Froome, Cadel Evans, Michal Kwiatkowski , Jens Voigt and Taylor Phinney on whose shoes they'd like to walk in. The responses vary - but most chose a sprinter's shoes to fill.


  17. Petacchi wants to continue racing for another yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2014 | Cycling News

    Alessandro Petacchi has been deemed surplus to requirements by the Omega Pharma-QuickStep team for next season but the 40-year-old remains hopeful of continuing his professional career in 2015. Petacchi terminated his contract with Lampre in April 2013 only to return to the peloton within months as part of Mark Cavendish's lead-out train at QuickStep.


  18. Gallery: Sleek Italian bikes at ExpoBiciRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 7, 2014 | Velonews

    For its 60th anniversary, Colnago created a limited edition of 60 of its model C60 lugged carbon road bikes. The tubes have Colnago's "star" cross-sectional shape and have a nude matte finish, and the carbon lugs are highlighted in silver.


  19. Quick Step: The Champions FactoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2014 | Podium Cafe

    When newly-crowned World Champion Michal Kwiatkowski walked into the Omega Pharma-Quick Step service course this morning to gather for the daily training with his team , he undoubtedly encountered an interesting reaction from his teammates. Two of them, Tom Boonen and Mark Cavendish, trotted over and welcomed him to the club.


  20. Cramps costly for Cancellara at Ponferrada WorldsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2014 | Cycling News

    No matter how lofty his palmars, a Classics rider builds up a healthy tolerance for disappointment in an endeavour where heartbreak will always outweigh happiness. Yet as Fabian Cancellara crossed the line in Ponferrada on Sunday, there was a sense that his low-key showing in the elite men's road race at the World Championships cut deeper than any number of near misses on the Lungomare Italo Calvino or Roubaix velodrome over the years.