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  1. Voigt and Meares named as Tour Down Under ambassadorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Cycling News

    Organizers of the Santos Tour Down Under named Australian track cyclist Anna Meares and German road cyclist Jens Voigt as the official ambassadors of the event at the Legends' Night Dinner held at the Adelaide Convention Centre on Saturday. As ambassadors of the Tour Down Under for the next two years, Meares and Voigt will be active in engaging the community and encouraging visitors to attend the WorldTour event.


  2. PEZ Down Under: Porte Pushes HardRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PezCycling News

    A desperate attack by pre-race favorite Richie Porte saw him steal the queen stage but he couldn't quite reach the leader's jersey falling two seconds short as Rohan Dennis hung on in fine style. The sentimental favorite Cadel Evans was also well in attendance as was a simply huge Aussie crowd with our photographer David Pearce right in amongst them all to capture these great images of all the action.


  3. Life in the fast lane as Sydney Roosters coach Trent Robinson joins a cycling raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sydney Morning Herald

    Premiership winner Trent Robinson may lament that the coaching box can get pretty hot at times during an NRL season. But this week, the Sydney Roosters coach experienced for the first time the far more restricted - but just as emotionally charged - confines of his equivalent in professional cycling.


  4. New Aero Road Helmets Being Tested At Tour Down UnderRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Inside Triathlon

    Trek Factory Racing riders are wearing prototype aero road helmets at Tour Down Under. The Bontrager was first seen on Jens Voigt when he set the hour record in September, but the latest images are much more revealing.


  5. Week in Tech: Aero helmets, Ohlins shocks, and a titanium commuterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Velonews

    Here's your Week in Tech - all the gear news, tips, and announcements you need and none of the marketing gibberish you don't. The Trek Factory Racing team has been racing the Tour Down Under in a sleek aero helmet from Bontrager.


  6. Bobridge, Dennis gear up for hour record at Tour Down UnderRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Velonews

    Former UCI track world champion teammates Jack Bobridge and Rohan Dennis have been playing tit for tat over the past two weeks since Dennis finished 19.7 seconds ahead of Bobridge at the national time trial championships on January 8 in Buninyong, Victoria. The pair finished second and third on the podium behind winner Richie Porte , but the foundation was laid for a burgeoning rivalry.


  7. Leon Sanchez thankful for second chance with AstanaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Velonews

    Every season offers new opportunities, and for some, like Cadel Evans , the end of the road. For Luis LeA3n SA nchez, 2015 represents a new lease on life.


  8. Geraint Thomas requires bike change on Tour Down Under opening stageRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | IcNetwork

    Richie Porte led Team Sky home and was followed by Thomas, who had to dig deep in the closing stages after requiring a bike change as the race began to fracture with the stage won by Australian Jack Bobridge Commonwealth Games gold medallist Geraint Thomas has to overcome a bike change to help Team Sky kick off their Tour Down Under campaign off to a solid start as they helped control the opening stage. Richie Porte finished safely in the bunch in Campbelltown following an intriguing and tactical finish which saw the day's breakaway narrowly prevail.


  9. Frank Schleck: I'm still competitive and have no intention of winding downRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 19 | Cycling News

    After a season of rebuilding his fitness and form, Frnk Schleck hopes to remain integral to success at Trek Factory Racing in 2015 and despite approaching his 35th birthday in April, he has no intentions of slowing down. Schleck finished 12th overall in last year's Tour de France and will once again line up for the race as a designated captain for the US-registered team.


  10. Cancellara's interest in Hour Record wanesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 16 | Cycling News

    Fabian Cancellara has played down any possibility that he may re-commence his attack on the Hour Record. Cancellara says that the decision by the UCI to alter the equipment regulations left him with little motivation to make an attempt.


  11. Baku preparing to host Tour d'AzerbaidjanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | Today.Az

    The Azerbaijan Cycling Federation is already busy with plans to hold the 2015 Tour d'Azerbaidjan on May 6-10. Changes in the race route for this year are expected and new teams are set to attend the tour.


  12. TDU countdown: Phil Anderson talks racingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 14 | Cycling News

    Phil Anderson may never have had the chance to race the Tour Down Under , but the first non-European to wear the Tour de France's yellow jersey regularly makes an appearance at the race and is well versed with the roads of Adelaide and surrounds. As we countdown to the race, Cyclingnews spoke to Anderson ahead of the WorldTour opener about his expectations for the January 20-25 race.


  13. Gallery: Tinkoff-Saxo train in SicilyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 11 | Cycling News

    The Tinkoff-Saxo team have begun a two-week training camp in Sicily, with Alberto Contador , Peter Sagan and 21 other riders working hard for the season ahead on the slopes on Mount Etna. The riders and staff arrived in Sicily on Friday and did their first ride on Saturday, giving their new bikes a shakedown and enjoying the quiet but hilly roads on the slopes of the Italian volcano.


  14. Road will miss Wiggins - MartinRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 9 | Newsday

    Wiggins will front a new team that will focus on preparing Great Britain's team pursuit squad for Rio 2016. The 34-year-old's Olympic ambitions are well known, as is his love of track cycling, but the move away from the road came as a shock to Martin.


  15. CambridgeNews published Job losses at Swavesey companyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 9 | Cambridge Evening News

    German tech company, Aixtron, which employs 85 people at Buckingway Business Park, Swavesey, says it is cutting 600 jobs across its operations, which in total employ 800 people. Six jobs will be going here.


  16. Green argyle: Cannondale-Garmin showcases new-look squad in ManhattanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 8 | Velonews

    In August, Slipstream Sports CEO Jonathan Vaughters described the new relationship between American bicycle manufacturer Cannondale and his long-running pro cycling team as "a marriage," rather than a merger. Using that analogy, the launch of the 2015 Cannondale-Garmin team Wednesday night in Manhattan was the team's wedding reception - a swanky, upscale affair held at the Frank Gehry-designed InterActiveCorp Building .


  17. Welsh duo Geraint Thomas and Luke Rowe named in Team Sky squad for Tour Down UnderRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 7 | IcNetwork

    Richie Porte won the race's queen stage on Old Willunga Hill last year en route to fourth overall, and will be joined by former stage winners Thomas and Chris Sutton in Adelaide Welsh duo Geraint Thomas and Luke Rowe will be part of the strong Team Sky squad who have headed to the Tour Down Under as the 2015 season gets under way. The Team Sky riders have enjoyed consistent showings on Australian soil, with the last five years yielding three overall podium finishes, and Team Sky yet to miss out on the top five in the general classification.


  18. PEZ Rewind: Jens Voigt The Last AttackRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 3 | PezCycling News

    With Jens Voigt now retired it's interesting to look back at our interview from this time last year when our own Alastair Hamilton sat down with Jensie at the Trek pre-season training camp in Spain to talk about his career and his plans for 'One Last Attack'. INTERVIEW: At 42 Jens Voigt is heading into his last season as a professional cyclist.


  19. Photo Special: Jens VoigtRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 2 | PezCycling News

    Jens Voigt was born on 17 September 1971 and from a very early age he showed promise in sport and in particular on a bike quickly joining a national sports school at age 14 to concentrate on cycling and athletics. What followed was a very impressive amateur career that included victory in the presitigious Peace Race and the overall UCI amateur rankings in 1994 amongst other big results.


  20. Cycling's cheerleader for changeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 30 | BBC News

    "The problem with continental Europeans is they are stuck with their old paradigms. They do it because their fathers did it, and their grandfathers did it.