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Ulissi and Swift lead UAE Abu Dhabi team in Tour Down Under

The Tour Down Under will see the debut of the UAE Abu Dhabi team on the start line, as the first race of the UCI WorldTour calendar for 2017 Read More ›

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Richie Porte spearheads strong BMC lineup for Tour Down Under

Two-time runner up, Richie Porte is set to headline BMC Racing Team’s seven rider roster at the first UCI WorldTour race of the year, the Santos Tour Down Under. Read More ›

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Philippe Gilbert on 2017 season: A new beginning

Belgian champion Philippe Gilbert talked of the first training camp with Quick-Step Floors Cycling Team, his best victory as a pro and his goals for 2017 Read More ›

The best cycling moments of the season. Who's the winner of 2016?

The iconic images of 2016 cycling season. Choose the one you think it will remain in the memory of all the two wheels sports lovers in the world Read More ›

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Joaquim Rodriguez announces retirement again

Joaquim Rodriguez will not be continuing his WorldTour career with Bahrain Merida next season but is joining the team’s technical staff Read More ›

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Geraint Thomas: Doing the Giro and the Vuelta would give me two good opportunities

Geraint Thomas (Team Sky) isn’t sure which Grand Tour he will do in 2017, but the Welshman says he may skip the Tour and do the Giro and Vuelta. Read More ›

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Bauke Mollema to race Giro, support Contador in the Tour

Bauke Mollema (Trek-Segafredo) is set to ride for the classification of the 2017 Giro d’Italia and assist Alberto Contador in the Tour de France. Read More ›

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Chris Froome: We have worked really hard to try to show we are being as transparent as possible

The controversy over Bradley Wiggins’ use of corticosteroid injections has hampered Team Sky’s attempts to defend their clean image, according to Chris Froome Read More ›

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Paris-Roubaix runner-up moves to amateur team in 2017

After almost a decade in the professional peloton, Sébastien Turgot will race with the amateur French amateur team l’US Saint-Herblain in 2017, according to DirectVélo. Read More ›

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Tyler Hamilton : Cyclists are put through the wringer. It is the hardest sport in the world

Tyler Hamilton rode for Lance Armstrong during three of the seven Tour de France victories the Texan won while doping Read More ›