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Archive: April 2009
Thursday, April 30th
Video: Levi Post Race Stage 2

Colavita's Haedo wins Gila field sprint, as Leipheimer retains lead, Tour of the Gila: Stage 2 - results
Oscar Freire Tour de Romandie st 2
Freire crashed and fractured his ribs in the Tour of California, forcing him to miss the classics, but is clearly back on form

Walterboro Criterium: results, USA CRITS: Walterbro Criterium Women's, USA CRITS - Downtown Walterboro Criterium Men

Freire wins Tour de Romandie second stage, 63rd Tour de Romandie: Stage 2 - results, Freire wins at Tour de Romandie Spaniard the only sprinter to survive hilly finale

Tour de Romandie 2009 Live Dashboard, Romandie Stage 2: A Lollipop Course, & LIVE Thread

Tour de Bretagne Cycliste: Stage 6 - results, report & photos

Gracia - Orlová: Stage 1 - results, Women’s Gracia-Orlova Stage Race (2.2) - Stage 1

USA Cycling Communiqué 5

The USA Cycling Development Foundation's employer matching gift program helps make the junior, U23 and women's national team programs possible each year

La Coupe du Président de la Ville de Grudziadz - results

Giro della Toscana: Stage 1 - results

53rd Vuelta Asturias: Stage 3b - results, 53rd Vuelta Asturias: Stage 3a - results, 53rd Vuelta Ciclista a Asturias - Stage 3A ,
Machado in command at Asturias

Tiago Machado extended his overall lead at the Vuelta a Asturias after Thursday

Comparing The Grand Tour Teams

Andy Schleck sending out an S.O.S.

Team Land Rover-ORBEA reports from Gila

Chris Davidson’s Diary - Tour of the Gila Stage 1

Welcome to the 2009 version of the Tour of the Gila, also known locally as the Lance and Levi show

The Inaugural Ventura County Stage Race Kicks Off May 16

Video: Meet the Press? No, FEED the Press!

In Belgium, the press room for the Tour of Flanders was at the base of the historic bell tower in Bruges. And the food that was set out for the pre-race press feast was like nothing else we've ever seen

Rock Racing’s Bahati Headlines Sunny King Criterium

What Kind of Cyclist Are You?

Race Reports (Janel Holcomb)
Race Reports (Robert Carr)
Race Reports (Chris Daggs)
Race Reports (Zack Simkover)
Race Reports (Josh Zlotlow)
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First Edition Cycling News - Rebellin requests counter-analysis, Police search in-laws' home, Pan American Championships fall under swine flu fears, Leipheimer holds onto Gila lead, Hesjedal "fresh and strong" heading into Giro, Fuji-Servetto signs Piemontesi to fill roster gap, Saxo Bank finalises Giro lineup, Miller, Travieso tops in Walterboro, Men's teams announced for Air Force Cycling Classic

USA Cycling Pro GRT breaks ground at Fluidride

The inaugural race on the Pro GRT, the Fluidride Cup, is expected to provide plenty of high-flying action this weekend in Washington

Mayer released, Kohl's manager remains jailed

Press release : Results of additional analyses conducted by the IOC: the UCI’s reaction

All in the Family: Garmin's Peter Stetina Following in Father's Footsteps, Huge Talent for the Future

Peter Stetina is for real. At only 21 years old, the promising American is making big waves thus far in 2009, and is currently battling Levi Leipheimer for the overall classification at the Tour of the Gila

Saxo Bank will race 2009 Tour of Missouri

Thursday Euro News, Road News and Results - April 30, 2009

Road Rights: A "Cop" Responds

A police officer responds to Bob Mionske’s last post about an unfortunate incident between two cyclists and the police

Latest Cycling News - Leipheimer wants to win Gila overall, Armstrong preps for July, Farrar impresses at Romandie on eve of Giro, Andy Schleck sending out an S.O.S.,Schumacher's attorney ready to act, Zomegnan promises tough Giro anti-doping controls, Ballan eyes May return, Bajadali breaks scapula in Gila, Thüringen presents women's race, Equipe to Gracia Orlowa

Tech News: Cancellara's stealth time machine, new products & more

New toys from spring races

Round-the-world cyclist reaches Iran

3,205 miles in 33 days

Road Bike Action News April 30, 2009

UCI Tightens Screws on Valverde, Philly Race Appears to be Saved, Ballan out of Giro, Bajadali Injured at GIla, Astana Trio Enjoying Giro Tune-Up

Required Reading

An annual exercise, the random quote from Dino Buzzati's cycling classic, The Giro d'Italia

BSNYC: Hell in a Handbasket: More Disturbing Signs

Fat Cyclist: I Am An Ardent Supporter of All Things Bike-Related, No Matter What

PEZ: Retül's Fit Guru Todd Carver

Froome: Agony of the Ardennes

Fleche Wallonne and Liege-Bastogne-Liege are two incredible one day races to take part in. I consider Liege to be one of the hardest (if not the hardest) one day race in the world

Fitness Q&A: Back pain, Iron deficiency

Living the Dream: I Told Me So

I knew that since I’m a climber the Athens Twilight Criterium is a glorified crash-fest, that I shouldn’t do it

Part II: A conversation with Christian Vande Velde

How Lance Armstrong's decision to race Gila unintentionally hurt Team BMC

Brief-World champion Ballan ruled out of Giro

CERA: New scourge of the peloton

So close, yet so very, very far away

Thats me, front and center leading the break on the first lap

Best Buy to Stock E-Bikes in Select Stores

Bike Mag Should Come Out Stronger

Neco Parts Opens U.S. Office

Bikes Belong Hosts Top Bike Researchers

New and improved Bike Sundays begin this week along Seattle's Lake Washington

Bicycle sights and sounds along the Great Allegheny Passage

Nissan UCI Mountain Bike World Cup: cross country and 4-cross in Houffalize

Bike trade tweeps - "Bike folks" who use Twitter: updated almost every day
Classified - bikes and accessories for sale
Tips and Safety - what to watch out for
Archive - missed something? It may be in the archive
Health and Fitness - also training information
Wednesday, April 29th
Tour de Romandie 2009 Live Dashboard

Video: Team Mellow Johnny's at the Tour of the Gila

Leipheimer wins first Gila stage, Kristin Armstrong wins womens, Tour of the Gila: Stage 1 - results, Gila 1: Leipheimer takes climber's stage

21-year-old Peter Stetina flexes muscles for 2nd

Giro'09 Preview: Stage 19's Mount Vesuvius

Swiss Rast seizes Tour de Romandie lead, Serrano takes stage 1 at Romandie, 63rd Tour de Romandie: Stage 1 - results & report

2009 Tour de Romandie: Serrano wins it

53rd Vuelta Asturias: Stage 2 - results, 53rd Vuelta Ciclista a Asturias - Stage 2 , Sevilla wins at Asturias

Rock Racing recorded their second successive stage win at the Vuelta a Asturias

Tour de Bretagne Cycliste: Stage 5 - results & report

MTB - New Zealand Singlespeed Nationals - results & report

Tour de Romandie 2009 Live Dashboard
Start Time: Wednesday 15:00 CEST (6:00:00 AM PDT);
Earliest live video: 16:00 CEST (7:00:00 AM PDT)

The Stage 1 start is postponed to 15:00 CEST and the stage is officially shortened to 87k since it's snowing on Col du Jaun

Romandie Stage 1: Over the Jaunpass

Beaufort Memorial Criterium: results

Blazin' Saddles: Schleck De Luxe

Andy Schleck's assault of Liege-Bastogne-Liege has Blazin' Saddles musing over the correct term for someone who heralds from Luxembourg

DRR/Giantnerd join forces with Chumba Racing

US downhill squad will ride new F5

Tour of the Gila turns into a monster race with Armstrong in peloton

Associations Urge for European Strategy on Cycling Incentives

Eurobike Heading for New Exhibitors Record

Menzies Sprints to 2nd in Beaufort Memorial Criterium

Karl Menzies sprinted to a 2nd place finish at the Beaufort Memorial Criterium Tuesday evening

Quote: Bicycle fear and loathing from Boulder sheriff

Bicycling around that Hood Canal Bridge closure

2009 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup Presented by Swatch

Panamerican Championships relocated

UCI America Tour : Cuba’s Alcolea holds onto his lead

Florida No. 1 Again in Bicycle Fatalities

Sugoi Expands Brand Champion Program

Catching Up April 20th through April 27th

PEZ Daily Distraction

Race Reports (Janel Holcomb)
Race Reports (Robert Carr)
Race Reports (Chris Daggs)
Race Reports (Zack Simkover)
Race Reports (Josh Zlotlow)
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Classics Corrections? With Rebellin CERA Positive, Will 2009 Classics Results Be Adjusted?

Philadelphia International Championship - Back On The Road!, Philly is a go “But we still need to sell more tickets and merchandise to break even”

Philly race gets last-minute help

25th Philadelphia International Cycling Championship June 7

First Edition Cycling News - Rebellin: "I did not take anything", Philadelphia race a go, Shock at Schumacher's Olympic positive, Break triumphs in snow-shortened Romandie stage, Van Bon joins Rás lineup, German ProTour team goes into first German race with big ambitions, Ullrich Swiss case at standstill

Road Bike Action News April 29, 2009

CONI Confirms Rebellin Under Investigation, Schumacher's Olympic Test Positive, Jurgen Roelandts Returns, Rodriguez To Lead Caisse d'Epargne At Giro

Beijing Positives and Fear and Self Loathing in Adelaide

More on Beijing doping: cyclist, runner, walker join list

The German cycling federation announced Stefan Schumacher was among those caught. No surprise, because he tested positive for CERA in samples taken during the Tour de France, when he won two time trial stages

Rebellin, Schumacher are CERA suspects , Cycling News Flash - Schumacher confirmed as second Olympic cyclist positive

Interview: Chloe Hosking

Latest Cycling News - Italian Olympic Committee summons Rebellin, Rebellin's former manager Holczer disappointed, Spiegel releases Freiburg investigation details, Swiss look into Klöden story, Impey looking to the future, Austrian teams support Tour of Austria, Goldstein aims for repeat win at Gila

MTB News & Racing Round-up - Absalon launches solo assault in Offenburg, Ren comes back for World Cup win, Schalk & Lowery take opening NUE 100 miler, Taberlay breezes to victory & Carey comes from behind in Santa Ynez, Team Jamis adds two, Aussie marathon champs rescheduled, Greenbrier victors collect series points, Michaux Endurance Series, Athertons to MBUK Eliminator slalom at BikeRadar Live

New Mexico's Tour of the Gila ready to roll

Gila offers some stellar scenery and challenging terrain

First Edition Cycling News - Lefevere leads call for quicker testing turnaround, Leipheimer pleased with late Gila call-up, BMC calls for UCI, USA Cycling discussions, Disabled Esparza pays tribute to cycling, Cervélo names debut Giro squad, Rabon shocks all in Romandie

Rebellin in denial after CERA positive

Italian ask for counter analysis of Olympic sample

My Local: A Proper English Shop

Our man In England Takes Us Inside His Favorite Shop And Finds Out What Its Like To Run A Bike Shop In the Old World

Wilier launches Di2 version of their Cento 1 superbike

Internal routing for electric wiring

League Announces '09 Bike Friendly Areas

Tour of the Gila Preview - with maps

Decisions have been made, riders are in Silver City ready to start the tough SRAM Tour of the Gila tomorrow

Il Giro Centenario: Five Riders To Watch

Whatever Happened to Bluffing?

As an American fan, it sucks to think that so many of our nationals seem to think they can't afford to try for the Giro

DZNuts: Every application is a new experience

Fort Collins readies for USA Cycling Collegiate Road Nationals

Defending 2007-08 overall team omnium champions, Fort Lewis College leads the break up the climb during last year's DI women's road race

BSNYC: Bicycle Market Outlook: Nerve-Racking, with Chance of Fenders

Bobke: Lance Has Good News and Even Better News 

Fat Cyclist: Mr. Grumpy Legs

Video: Koen and Kaitlin - The Best and the Worst, Behind the Man

Aussie Kaitlin Bell and Dutch cyclist Koen De Kort first met down under

Christian Vande Velde: To the Tour, via the Giro

The Explainer - Who are those guys?

Giro d'Italia: A century after Ganna

Cycling icon Fausto Coppi (center)

Technical Q&A with Lennard Zinn - Fixin' carbon

If it's done right, a carbon frame can recover quite nicely from damage

Review: Quarq Cinqo Power Meter

The power-gurus at weigh in with a look Quarq’s new Cinqo power meter – and are impressed by it’s ease of setup, use and even the price… this could be the powermeter you’ve been waiting for

Sea Otter tech: That's a wrap - the last of Sea Otter 2009

No Britons among drug test failures, say Team GB

Women's bicycling groups geared toward exercise, friendship

47-year-old rides 669km in 24 hours

Breaks velodrome record, raises funds for daughter's lupus

Bike Mag Parent Files Bankruptcy

Compulsory helmet laws cost billions’, Bicycle helmet laws could do more harm than good

Video: Jamis 650B all-mountain prototype

Exclusive from Sea Otter: what's old is new again

Bike trade tweeps - "Bike folks" who use Twitter: updated almost every day
Classified - bikes and accessories for sale
Tips and Safety - what to watch out for
Archive - missed something? It may be in the archive
Health and Fitness - also training information
Tuesday, April 28th
Tour of the Gila, April 29-May 3: Preview

Burke Swindlehurst (l), 2nd overall in 2008, will face the likes of Lance Armstrong this year

Video: Tour de Romandie Prologue Race Report

It's hard work watching a prologue

Rabon wins Romandie prologue, 63rd Tour de Romandie: Prologue - results, 63rd Tour de Romandie, April 28 - May 3: Preview, Stages, Map, Past winners, Start list, Live Dashboard

Tour de Bretagne Cycliste: Stage 4 - results

Another Champion Disrobed? Rebellin Rumored to Be Positive at Beijing Olympics 2008

The sport of cycling just can't seem to stop the bleeding

MTB - Portugal Cup Downhill - results

MTB - J. Yawatahama International Cross Country - results

MTB - Outsports Cup - Kardamili in Messinia - results

MTB - Greenbrier Challenge - results

MTB - British NPS Downhill - Ae Forest: results

MTB - South African MTN National Marathon Series #2 - Chandelier - results

53rd Vuelta Asturias2: Stage 1 - results, 53rd Vuelta Ciclista a Asturias - Stage 1

MTB - NUE #1 - Cohutta 100 - results, report & photos

A conversation with Simon Gerrans: The art of the breakaway

Gerrans, a fifth-year pro at Cervélo TestTeam, finished sixth at Sunday's Liège-Bastogne-Liège

Tour of Romandie beefs up, Tour de Romandie: Valverde upbeat Spanish rider Alejandro Valverde is relishing competing in the Tour de Romandie

Talking Gila with Burke Swindlehurst

Weekend wrap-up - Athens, Roswell, Dana Point & Bisbee

Zack Simkover's Race Report: Dana Point GP

Swamis in the middle

Bahati and Butterfield take NRC #3 at Dana Point

Rahsaan Bahati enjoys his win in the sun in downtown Dana Point, Calif. on Sunday

Race Reports (Janel Holcomb)
Race Reports (Robert Carr)
Race Reports (Chris Daggs)
Race Reports (Zack Simkover)
Race Reports (Josh Zlotlow)
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Road Bike Action News April 28, 2009

Armstrong, Horner and Leipheimer to Tour de Gila, Cervélo TestTeam Readies for Giro, Gerdemann Realistic on Tour Chances

Road News and Results - April 28, 2009

Floyd's First Months Back

Floyd Landis talks about life back in the peloton, his hip and whether he'll ever return to the Tour de France

Cycling News Flash - Cyclist named in Olympic CERA positives?, CONI reports Beijing positive, RBA Newsflash: Italian Media Reports Rebellin Positive For CERA

The Italian Media Is Reporting That Davide Rebellin Tested Positive For CERA At Last Years Olympic Games In Beijing

What does the new rule enforcement mean for the BMC team?

This ruling also impacts the BMC Team which had brought a full squad of 8 riders to the race. This means, that today 5 riders, Tony Cruz, Jonathan Garcia, Martin Kohler, Jackson Stewart and Taylor Tolleson are going home

Armstrong's participation in NM race back on, Cycling News Flash - Armstrong's Gila bid back on (updated)Armstrong, 2 teammates will meet the Gila Monster

Latest Cycling News - Recovering Boonen eyes green, Rabobank not satisfied this spring, expiring contracts put on pressure, Katusha's close in on Giro roster, Sanchez the star in Vuelta a Asturias, Strong KBS roster to Gila

Monuments to Grand Tours: Prudhomme & Change, Schleck's yellow jersey credentials growing

Liege'09 Roadside: Youth Movement

Lance blasts 'fan' over spamming

Focus Bicycles Forms U.S. Subsidiary

Focus has hired Scott Rittschof to set up the U.S. office and lead the venture into the U.S. market. Rittschof, who once headed up international operations for PowerBar, owned two-store retail chain B+L Bike in San Diego until last year

Levi, Lance, or Andreas? Strongest Stage Racing Team in the World Mulls Giro Options

Johan Bruyneel's squad is dominant for stage race formats, and with the Giro d'Italia just around the corner, the time has come for the examination of Astana's chances

NM Cycling Fans Disappointment, Lance Armstong out, Floyd Landis in at Tour of the Gila

$600,000 Bonaza for Paradise Royale MTB Trail A $600,000 federal funding appropriation will expand Paradise Royale, a purpose-built mountain bike trail in California's King Range National Conservation Area

Fit Chick: The Me in Team

Fat Cyclist: RAWROD 2009 Ride Report

BSNYC: Individualism: Innovation or Absurity?

I'll probably just stick with my chicken suit

Spy shot: Cancellara's stealth time machine

Time trial champ testing new designs

Tour de Romandie Cheat Sheet

Toolbox: Physiological Demands of Stage Racing

Bicycle fatalities dropped in 2007; 10 states with the most and least

VCRC Ceramic Pulley Set Pro Review
Compatible with: Shimano 10 Speed, Campy 10 Speed, SRAM Road 10 Speed

Wilier Triestina USA Announces Cento1 Version Customized for Shimano Di2

Special shoes for Gaerne riders
Pros get personalised Carbon G-Mysts

1st in EU: Italian Government Spurs Bike Sales with Incentives

Headsweats Hires Sales VP, Rep Agencies

The world's most aerodynamic disc wheel?

X-treme founder launches new company

Accell Group Reports Good Start to 2009

Hayes Promotes Campbell to GM

Zoot Appoints New U.S. Sales Manager

Halfords moving with town bikes trend

Retail giant brings in Real Classic brand

Sea Otter 2009 round-up Missed any of our Sea Otter coverage? Catch up with it all here

May is National Bike Month: Let's celebrate

Bike trade tweeps - "Bike folks" who use Twitter: updated almost every day
Classified - bikes and accessories for sale
Tips and Safety - what to watch out for
Archive - missed something? It may be in the archive
Health and Fitness - also training information
Monday, April 27th
2009 Tour de Romandie on Cycling TV, Tour de Romandie 2009 Live Dashboard
Tour de Romandie Prologue starts at:  17:05 CET (11:05am U.S. Eastern)
Live webcast on CTV:  19:00 CET (1pm U.S. Eastern)
(North America only)

Snyder and Kraus win Greenbrier Challenge as MBNC-XC rolls on

A part of three USA Cycling series, the MBNC-XC, the AMBC and the Alison Dunlap Junior MTB series, Maryland’s Greenbrier Challenge hosted numerous races last weekend

Tour de Bretagne Cycliste: Stage 3 - results, report & photos

Julien Fouchard remains the race leader

Prijs stad Roeselare: results

Arno Wallaard Memorial: results

Paris - Mantes-en-Yvelines: results

Pic, Soladay rip it at Roswell, Nalley Historic Roswell Criterium: results & photos

Leigh Valletti Hopkins (Vanderkitten) concentrates before the start of the professional women’s criterium

Vuelta a Extremadura: Stage 5 - results, Stage 4 - results

Butterfield, Bahati take Dana Point crits, Dana Point GP results & photos

Retailer Helps Spark Major Community Race

Dana Point GP, Pacific Coast Highway

Ronde van Noord-Holland: results

Roswell Twilight Criterium: results & photos

Vuelta Ciclista a la Rioja: results, Garcia wins Tour of Rioja

David Garcia won the 49th Vuelta a la Rioja following a thrilling sprint finish

Beograd-Banja Luka I: results

East Midlands International CiCLE Classic: results, report & photos, 2009 East Midlands CiCle Classic

Wikinson wins it.

Tour de Santa Catarina: Stage 5 - results, Stage 4 - results

Jelajah Malaysia: Stage 8 - results

MTB - US Cup West #5 - Santa Ynez: Downhill - results, report & photos

La Vuelta de Bisbee: Stage 3 - results, report & photos

Julien Absalon takes 18th World Cup win, Absalon, Chengyuan win MTB World Cup No. 2

Race Reports (Janel Holcomb)
Race Reports (Robert Carr)
Race Reports (Chris Daggs)
Race Reports (Zack Simkover)
Race Reports (Josh Zlotlow)
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First Edition Cycling News - Cavendish to test Giro form in Romandie, No time for pre-Giro jitters in Romandie, No Gila for 'bummed' Armstrong, Liquigas finalises Giro roster, Barloworld names Giro men, Astana versus Italy, Schleck rockets up UCI standings, Haussler still leads, Savings & Loans dominate Jelajah, Baldwin, Grajales rock on, Landis, Sutherland to lead OUCH in Gila, Phily deadline delayed for possible last minute deal, Bahati, Butterfield take third NRC race

Cavendish tests Giro form at Tour of Romandie

Mark Cavendish Milan San Remo 2009

Road Bike Action News April 27, 2009

Schleck Aims For Yellow Jersey, Gerrans Shows Classic Potential, Team Type 1’s Lill Claims Overall At Bisbee, OUCH Announces Gila Team

USA Today: Tour of the Gila in full force this year

No Astana for the Gila as UCI enforces rules barring ProTour riders from smaller events, Armstrong won't race at Tour of Gila

BBC: Athlete begins USA charity cycle Kenny Herriot will cycle across 16 states during his 4,000 mile cycle

Giro d'Italia : Astana vs. Italy

Tour and Giro winner Stephen Roche thinks that Lance Armstrong is being given too much attention

Road News and Results - April 27, 2009

Monday Euro News

Racing This Week: Romandie, Asturias on tap

Monday's British news round-up

Latest Cycling News - Sastre satisfied, aiming for Giro podium, Strong spring for Gilbert, Cunego missed Liège podium, Wegmann's unsuccessful Ardennes campaign, Last-minute programme change for Valverde, Bos wins after turbulent week, Former green jersey Ludwig back to action

Specialized Toupé Team Saddle

The Toupé Team is a minimalist saddle designed using Body Geometry ergonomics

New titanium seatpost from Seven Cycles

Pick your own length, plus lifetime warranty

USWCDP: Wanting more

Starla Teddergreen

Sea Otter Report 8:Syncros

The Freaking [sic] Light Carbon Fiber [double sic] FL-CF25 wheels look very nice indeed and are under 1,500g for a set. The rims are undoubtably beautiful to behold but at a price - $2,075 to be exact

Wrenched and Ridden: Power Cordz brake and shifter cables

Sea Otter Tech: Big wheels for a big show

2009 Sea Otter Tech: The new Specialized Stumpjumper 29er carbon hardtail, introduced at Sea Otter

Decision on holding the Philly International Championship Race still up in the air

Dana Point Grand Prix of Cycling attracts 800 racers, 12000 fans, Dana Point Grand Prix more than just a race

Riders form a tight pack as they make their way through the streets of Dana Point during the men's pro race at the Dana Point Grand Prix

Fatty: The Big Ol’ Video About the Big Ol’ Ride

BSNYC Product Review: Vittoria 1976 Cycling Shoe

As a cyclist, pretty much all of my needs in terms of bike stuff were met a long time ago

Press release : Publication of the new UCI World Ranking

Rebellin moves up to second in UCI World Ranking

2009 UCI BMX Supercross World Cup presented by Swatch

2009 Liege-Bastogne-Liege Video Analysis

Cervelo’s Kirsten Wild wins back to back victories

Inside Liege With Cummings And Lewis, Dan Fleeman: What’s La Fleche Like In The Flesh?

Andy Schleck interview

Eva Lutz: Facing the Mur

What is the best material for a criterium bike?

It may anger a lot of dedicated craftsmen who have devoted their lives to perfecting steel frames but carbon is king

Video: California Criterium Crash - Two Views From The Bike

Sea Otter tech: Wrapping up for another year

Accell Group Reports Good Start to 2009

26 years after first win, Kansas cyclist captures 2nd Cup

Stephen Tilford, front, celebrates his victory in the Chris Lillig Memorial Cup race Sunday at the Old Capitol Criterium in downtown Iowa City

Rox Contests Name of Sigma’s Rox Computers

Retailers Unaffected by South Carolina Fires

Lady Luck deserts Willemse

Interview: TIBCO’s Kat Carroll

Kat Carroll (TIBCO) in the downpour at the Amgen Tour of California Women's Criterium

Why do finish photos bend spokes?

Optical illusion or space aliens?

Do-it-yourself Arkansas across-state bicycle tour

Bike trade tweeps - "Bike folks" who use Twitter: updated almost every day
Classified - bikes and accessories for sale
Tips and Safety - what to watch out for
Archive - missed something? It may be in the archive
Health and Fitness - also training information
Sunday, April 26th
Gagnon Maintains Winning Ways; Guettler Captures Big Air BMX Triples Win

Tour de Bretagne Cycliste: Stage 2 - results & report

Andy Schleck solos to victory in L-B-L, 95th Liège-Bastogne-Liège: results, Andy Schleck Wins Liege-Bastogne-Liege

Andy Schleck Takes The Biggest Victory Of His Career With A Solo Victory In Liege-Bastogne-Liege

95th Liège-Bastogne-Liège: Live coverage, 95th Liège - Bastogne - Liège Live

Zajicek Claims 31 Second Lead After Stage 2 of Vuelta Bisbee, La Vuelta de Bisbee: Stage 2 - results, Stage 1 - results

Cutters score three-peat at Little 500; Pi Beta Phi takes 1st women's win

Blackgrove, Miller tops at Twilight, Athens Twilight Criterium: results, 30th Athens Twilight Criterium - Women

Tour of Malaysia - Stage 8 Final

49th Vuelta a La Rioja

Tour de Bretagne Cycliste: Stage 1 - results & report

MTB - Offenburg Cross Country World Cup: Elite men - results

MTB - Offenburg Cross Country World Cup: Elite women - results & report

MTB - US Cup West #5 - Santa Ynez: Cross country - results

MTB - US Cup West #5 - Santa Ynez: Super D - results & report, Dual slalom - results & report

Race Reports (Janel Holcomb)
Race Reports (Robert Carr)
Race Reports (Chris Daggs)
Race Reports (Zack Simkover)
Race Reports (Josh Zlotlow)
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First Edition Cycling News - Kroon praises Liège-Bastogne-Liège winner & teammates, Absalon breaks World Cup record, Nothing to be done yet on Freiburg Clinic report, Duo stays away in Tour de Bretagne, A Wild weekend with back-to back victories, Tibco conquers Athens, Barloworld's Impey finally headed home

Liège-Bastogne-Liège Cycling News - Liège winner wants to be 100% for the Tour de France, Second place like victory for Rodríguez, Evans acknowledges Saxo Bank's strength, Julich happy outside the trenches, Dupont holds on until the end, No podium for Sánche

Video: Andy Is Dandy at Liège

Farrar ready to ride at Romandie

The week that was

Catching up with the news: Rock Racing, Fly V Australia, Philly and more

Cycling News Roundup

Armstrong reveals ID of Juan Pelota, Video: Twitter-gate - Lance Admits a Major Mistake!

He sent his own personal email address,, to everyone

Mur de Huy of La Fleche Wallone: Janel Holcomb's Race Report

"Nearly two-thirds of the climb averages 18-percent, with one turn that feels like a wall"
2009 Spring Classics: The hub All Spring Classics coverage in one place

Liège ’09: Andy Comes Of Age!, Andy Schleck wins Liege-Bastogne-Liege

Solo victory for Saxo Bank rider

Liege-Bastogne-Liege Closes Out Spring Classics Season

Report: Kloeden, Kessler linked to transfusions

January and February Numbers Show Big Decline in Imports

Bike trade tweeps - "Bike folks" who use Twitter: updated almost every day
Classified - bikes and accessories for sale
Tips and Safety - what to watch out for
Archive - missed something? It may be in the archive
Health and Fitness - also training information
Saturday, April 25th
Liège-Bastogne-Liège 2009 Live Dashboard, 2009 Liege-Bastogne-Liege Live Coverage
Race starts at: 10:00 CET (4:00am U.S. Eastern)
Live webcast on CTV: 14:10 CET (8:10am U.S. Eastern)
Live video on Sporza: 14:10 CET (8:10am U.S. Eastern)
Live video on RTBF: 13:50 CET (7:50am U.S. Eastern)

Gran Premio della Liberazione: results

Omloop van Borsele: results & report

MTB - Offenburg Cross Country World Cup: Junior men - results, Junior women - results

MTB - Offenburg Cross Country World Cup April 25-26: Preview, Start list

Joe Parkin: Author and former road pro

Joe Parkin wrote A Dog in a Hat in 2008, a book about his early years as a pro.  He gives his thoughts on the current state of the peloton

BOBKE: The Cycling Circus come to Liege

Unlike Paris-Roubaix Liege-Bastogne-Liege has as much climbing as a mountain stage in the Tour De France

Basso wins Giro del Trentino, 33rd Giro del Trentino - Stage 4, Giro del Trentino: Stage 4 - results, Basso takes overall at Trentino

Tour of Malaysia: Stage 7, Jelajah Malaysia: Stage 7 - results

La Vuelta de Bisbee: Prologue - results & report, La Vuelta de Bisbee: Prologue, Gregorio Vega Captures Bisbee Prologue For Second Straight Year

Back in Action: A Conversation with Frank Schleck, Schleck confirmed for Liege

Luxembourg champion Frank Schleck of Saxo Bank has been confirmed by his team as a starter for the Liege one-day classic

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First Edition Cycling News - Basso back on top after three years, Klöden & Kessler said to be Freiburg blood dopers, Duclos-Lassalle shares fond memories, Mangeas - the voice of cycling, Offenburg hosts cross country World Cup round two, Millar to the Giro d'Italia, No Mosquera for Giro , Parkin: Author and former road pro, Lake Front course returns to Super week

Road Bike Action News April 25, 2009

T-Mobile Doping, Basso Wins, Schleck For Liege Win?

German magazine details Telekom doping programs

La Doyenne closes 2009 Classics season

Can Valverde win in Liège again on Sunday?

The climbs of Liege-Bastogne-Liege

Young Guns: 64th Gran Premio Liberazione

Everti Titanium Bicycles Announces The Eagle

This is what we believe to be the world’s lightest production road bike at just 5.17kg (11.4lbs)

Ontario Masters Cycling Association - April 26 RR is Cancelled

TI Cycles Launches Bianchi and Cannondale in India

TI Cycles of India has opened two Track & Trail shops selling high-end bicycles and renowned brands like Bianchi and Cannondale Comes to Canada

Mur de Huy of La Fleche Wallone: Janel Holcomb's Race Report

"Nearly two-thirds of the climb averages 18-percent, with one turn that feels like a wall"
Talk: Sean Kelly On La Doyenne

95th Liège-Bastogne-Liège April 26: Preview, Provisional start list, Photos, Map, Past winners

2009 UCI Mock Draft v. 1.0

Francaise des Jeux picks... Seven of Nine

It's Twighlight time in Georgia

A Fred's Eye View: The world's zaniest group ride

First look: Ritchey Superlogic bars and seatpost

Lightweight and pricey

Sun City cyclists put on the mileage

Isaac Re-Starts

Last March bankruptcy of Isaac Int. Ltd. will not affect the distribution of the bike brand with the same name

22 teams compete for People's Army Newspaper Bicycle Racing Cup, The organising board of the tournament plan to raise funds to help poor families and their beneficiaries during the tournament

Kazane Hits The Road

Kazane, a company previously known only for track bike frames and components, is making a splash in the world of professional road cycling

Bike trade tweeps - "Bike folks" who use Twitter: updated almost every day
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Friday, April 24th
High-Altitude Healing

Andy Hampsten Interview

"I think you'd make one of the four faces on the Mt. Rushmore of American cycling"

Landis, Sutherland, Kilun to Race Dana Point Grand Prix Sunday

La Vuelta de Bisbee: preview

Tour de Santa Catarina: Stage 3 - results

Schleck cleared for Liège

Kirk Carlsen Speaks Out From the Saddle

Tour of Flanders – Strung Out Nerves and Mechanicals

Vuelta a Extremadura: Stage 3 - results

Tour de Santa Catarina: Stage 2 - results

Families give Sea Otter Classic cyclists places to rest

Bryan Humburg, left, and Patrick Edziak, right, members of The Wheelmen, the California Polytechnic San Luis Obispo bike team, fill their plates at the Johnston home

Hunter wins, Brajkovic leads at Giro del Trentino, 33rd Giro del Trentino - Stage 3, Giro del Trentino: Stage 3 - results, Giro del Trentino 2009 Live Dashboard

Jelajah Malaysia 2009 Tour Stage 6, Jelajah Malaysia: Stage 6 - results, Tour of Malaysia: Stage 6, Routley 4th on stage, now 4th on GC

Preview: La Doyenne!, Preview: Liege-Bastogne-Liege All eyes on Rebellin as Valverde defends 'Queen of the Classics'

The climbs of Liege-Bastogne-Liege

Sea Otter tech: Grip and vision in all the right places

The latest tire offerings, plus some optical options and carbon creations

Spring in the Southeast Means Criteriums, Team TIBCO Kicks Into High Gear for USA Crits Speed Week

Vicenza-Bionde: results

Sea Otter Report 7: DT Swiss

Cheaper (but still expensive) carbon-rimmed XC wheels, plus magic blanketry for enduro/all-mountain

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Sitting In: Why I Shave

Whether or not you choose to shave your legs, it's a subject you can bond over with other cyclists

Video: Youtubery: 2008 LBL

First Edition Cycling News - Rebellin not under pressure for Liège, New era of cooperation for cycling?, Zanini delighted with Giro invite, Fränk Schleck confirmed for La Doyenne, Greipel set to return to racing, Philly tries to save its race, OUCH racing on both coasts, Miller back and ready for speed week, Nature Valley Pro Ride wrapping up

Road Bike Action News April 24, 2009

No French Doping Action Against Armstrong, Liège-Bastogne-Liège Preview, Gesink In For Liege, Bennati Out Of Giro, Brajkovic Closes In On Trentino Victory

Cycling News Flash - Armstrong: 'Shower-gate' case closed (updated), AFLD drops Armstrong case

Friday's British news round-up

Interview: Astana's Jani Brajkovic

Brajkovic is perhaps just coming into his own: 26 years old, coming off his best season with a late-season peak

Latest Cycling News - No race prior to Giro for Armstrong, Cavendish sprint rival out of Giro, Basso strikes fear in Trentino, Scarponi praises Rebellin's third Flèche win, Gasparotto key in Lampre Ardennes charge, Gesink clear to race, Suspended prison sentence for Frigo, BMC ready for Romandie

MTB News & Racing Round-up - Cohutta 100 kicks off NUE, Gould & Sauser overcome Sea Otter heat, Brentjens presents team, Näf & Kalentieva win Bundesliga round, Killeen coming back, Vogel gains confidence with Swiss win, European Downhill champs open to non-Euros, South African marathon to Oudtshoorn, Greenbriar Challenge, Mike & Mary diary, Tipping Point double premier, New Kiwi team, Economic stimulus for mountain bikers, Minnaar to BikeRadar Live

Brooks D-Shaped

In the Brooks line since 1910

How to adjust to a life more ordinary The warning bells of the dire effects of severe punishments dished out to elite athletes couldn't have been sounded more clearly

Cycling coastal HW1 south of San Francisco Riders heading south along HW1 will be delighted with the wide shoulder, flat to rolling terrain and of course the coastal scenery

Big Air BMX comes to the Twin Cities

Sisters take over Colorado bicycle tour company

Tommasini X-Fire

Tommasini, a 100% handcrafted Italian bicycle manufacturer; the X-Fire uses double and triple butted Columbus XCR stainless steel to compliment its ride quality

CaffeLatex Tire Sealant Caffelatex is a new kind of tire sealant that foams as a means to better coat the tire with sealant

Video: Pursuit World Champion Taylor Phinney ready to take on the pro cycling world

DT Swiss incentivizes employees to bike to work

Mur de Huy of La Fleche Wallone: Janel Holcomb's Race Report

"Nearly two-thirds of the climb averages 18-percent, with one turn that feels like a wall"
Riders Union, UCI & Race Organizers Meet to Unify Cycling, New era of cooperation for cycling?

Race organisers and UCI meet in Liège

Road News and Results - April 24, 2009

Bodrogi on the mend

BSNYC Friday Fun Quiz!

The fender debate is the new helmet debate: --True? --False?

Road Rights: The Right to Disobey Cops What do you do when you know your area's bike laws, but the police don't?

Fatty: I feel fine I feel fine I cough cough hack cough feel cough fine I feel cough fine

I have been taking daily advantage of one of cycling’s great little secrets: when you’re on the bike, you feel fine

Fitness feature: What you need to know about knees

Often said to be better for the knees than sports such as athletics, football or tennis, cycling claims its fair share of knee injuries

Simeoni steamed at Giro snub

Frigo handed suspended sentence, Cyclist Frigo handed 3-month suspended sentence, Dario Frigo and wife handed suspended jail terms

Three months each for transporting doping products

Conference in Denmark - Doping and legal rights 20 - 21 August 2009

Early Import Numbers Post Steep Decline

Whistler MTB Park Opening May 16

Bikes Belong Selects Marketing Chief

Trek's Burke Speaking at SF Bike Event

Trips for Kids Reaches Milestone

Face-lift for BMX tracks at World Cycling Centre

The BMX tracks at the World Cycling Centre (WCC) in Aigle, Switzerland, have been renovated and modified to optimize training conditions for visiting athletes

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Thursday, April 23rd
Little 500 2009: Live on HDNet Friday and Saturday

Full Giro Team Lineup

A bitter Daryl Impey is returning to South Africa to recover from Sunday's crash

Brajkovic moves into lead at Giro del Trentino,
Basso edges close to race lead in Giro del Trentino

Ivan Basso's Giro d'Italia preparations taking shape

A tale of two races

2009 Little 500: Yes, it's a real race

The movie that sent many of us out on the road

Vuelta a Extremadura: Stage 2 - results

Giro del Trentino: Stage 2 - results & photos, 33rd Giro del Trentino - Stage 2, Giro del Trentino... Live!  Please?, Giro del Trentino 2009 Live Dashboard

Jelajah Malaysia: Stage 5 - results, Tour of Malaysia: Stage 5

Hushovd to skip Giro as Tour ambitions grow, Thor Hushovd to skip Giro

But Tour de France ambitions grow for Norwegian sprinter

Dana Point GP, April 26th

How to Name a Bike Trail

Amazing bicycle stunts video from Scotland

Twilight: 30 things you should know

What do you really know about the annual bike race series celebrating its 30th year this weekend?

Mythbusting 10 common excuses you'll hear during Bike-to-Work week

Limited-edition John Tomac print available

Funds go to Tara Llanes Road to Recovery Fund

Jelajah Malaysia: Stage 4 - results & photos

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Road Bike Action News April 23, 2009

Giro Invites Fuji-Servetto, Xacobeo Galicia, Simeoni Blasts Giro Organizers, Hushovd Opts out of Giro, UCI Reacts to Pound

First Edition Cycling News - Fuji-Servetto gets Giro nod, Ceramica Flaminia angry at Giro exclusion, A coterie of côtes to challenge the champions, Rojas will race the Giro, Hushovd to skip Giro, Neben solid in La Flèche, Bodrogi to start his season in May, Top teams head for Britain's biggest one-day race, 'Speed Week' kicks off in Athens, BikeRadar Live: Mark Webber saddles up

Road News and Results - April 23, 2009

Mur de Huy of La Fleche Wallone: Janel Holcomb's Race Report

"Nearly two-thirds of the climb averages 18-percent, with one turn that feels like a wall"

Cycling News Roundup - April 23 2009 Team News - Fleche Wallone Comments, Leige Squads, Team Ouch, Planet Energy, TIBCO Road Trip, Nature Valley Pro Ride, European DH Open, Viking Tour, Advocacy Trips for Kids, New Zealand GetAcross and more

Fleche Wallonne: Photos of the women's race

Team USA (Photo © 2009 Bart Hazen)
Thursday Euro News

Thomas back in the bunch at Trentino

Olympic champ on his way back to race fitness

Fuji-Servetto gets an invite to the Giro d'Italia

Latest Cycling News - Rebellin catapults Diquigiovanni to top, Valverde's eggs in Liège basket, Pfannberger sees future in Ardennes Classics, Gilbert critical of Evans, Klöden's Trentino win sends signals to Tour rivals, Basso and Di Luca behind on first Trentino stage, Spain to block overnight testing, Armstrong honoured with memorial in Spain, More medical tests for de Maar

Directeur Sportif Can Yell “Go! Go! Go!” in Seventeen Languages

“I can also shout ‘you’re worthless!’ and ‘you’re not getting paid this month!’” proudly proclaims Stein Van der Plorken, Directeur Sportif for the Danish continental squad, Hoonvurp KD

Tyler Hamilton: The End,
Boulder Report: Believing Tyler

Joe Lindsey says that Tyler Hamilton gained as much as he lost when he announced his retirement last Friday

Cyclists compete for Grand April Fool title

Cyclists meet Friday for Bike to Work Day

One day to help Red Cross

Coming up: UK cycling events, 24 April - 19 May

Sportives, mountain biking, demo days and more

Refueling After a Ride

Group promotes cycling to Metra train stations

Mr. R. Pound’s statement : the UCI’s stance The UCI has been made aware of statements by Mr Richard Pound concerning the out-of-competition control conducted by an inspector from AFLD

A Call to Action: Philadelphia International Championships in Jeopardy, Public Asked to Step Up with Financial Support

LBL: Ranking the Favorites!,
LBL: A Little Cycling History

First Ride: 2010 SRAM Force And Zipp 303 Wheels

This Year At Sea Otter SRAM Released Its Revamped 2010 Force Group. After The Official Product Launch Road Bike Action Was Invited On An Exclusive Test Ride

BSNYC Nether Mind the Bulwarks: Awash With Bikes

The Ten Best Bicycle Jokes of All Time?

Theo Bos Incident DEBUNKED

Video: Race To Belgium - Up-Close with the Classic Fans

Bike racing in Belgium is way of life, something that's deeply ingrained into the culture and the people

Fight Cancer, Meet Bike Snob NYC This contest is open and will run through Wednesday, April 22 (today). The winner will be announced on Thursday, April 23

Sea Otter tech: Cool accessories, hot Sea Otter

Tech: Recession Buster Returns!

A dab of toothpaste on the finger gets you started

$1 Million Given to Aid New Bike Park

Former Crooked Coggers Launch Site

Momentum Mag Doubles Distribution

Civia, Retailer Promoting Commuter Challenge

The Jamis team rides tubular mountain tires at Sea Otter; plus some more tech finds at the race

Sea Otter Tech: Edge. The tire bed has a groove for the tire seam

Video: Ibis Tranny carbon hardtail

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Wednesday, April 22nd
Tour of Malaysia: Stage 4

Klöden wins Trentino opener, Giro del Trentino: Stage 1 - results, report & photos, Giro del Trentino - Stage 1 Results

Andreas Klöden won the 17.5 kilometers long individual time trial at the start of the Giro del Trentino (cat. 2.1) for his second win of the season

Sitting In: Deep Legs

Rebellin wins Flèche Wallonne, La Flèche Wallonne Men, Hesjedal 25th, 73rd La Flèche Wallonne: results, Rebellin Wins Third Fleche-Wallonne

Davide Rebellin Joined An Elite Club Of Triple Winners When He Sprinted Clear To Win The Fleche-Wallonne One-Day Classic For The Third Time

Vos takes third Fleche win, Vos wins women's Fleche Wallone, 12th Women's Flèche Wallonne: results and report

Flèche Wallonne'09: Lighting Strikes Thrice

La Fléche Wallonne Live Dashboard 2009, La Flèche Wallonne Live Coverage
Race starts at: 11:20 CET (5:20am U.S. Eastern)
Live webcast on CTV: 14:05 CET (8:05am U.S. Eastern)
Live coverage on Eurosport: 14:00 CET (8am U.S. Eastern)
Live video on Sporza: 14:05 CET (8:05am U.S. Eastern)

Vuelta a Extremadura: Stage 1 - resultsstart list

Tour de Santa Catarina: Stage 1 - resultsstart list

Sea Otter tech: Components, gear from the Expo

New Cane Creek as light as air

Road Rights: Mixed Signals

Almost everybody bends laws sometimes, and this has helped lead to cycling’s PR problem. As any motorist will tell you: Cyclists believe they’re above the law. The most common complaint? They refuse to obey traffic signals

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First Edition Cycling News - Rebellin: Old dog, same tricks, Schleck eyed Rebellin for Flèche win, Cunego lacked response on Rebellin's Mur, Vos shoots three arrows in a row, Philly hangs on the edge, Moreau the KOM of Flèche Wallonne, Häusler hurts on Mur

Road Bike Action News April 22, 2009

Astana Storm Building For Giro, Boonen Out With Fissure, Rock Racing Out Of Gila As Money Runs Out, Specialized Recalls Some 2004 Roubaix Road Bikes

Luca Paolini called to appear before CONI

Road News and Results - April 22, 2009

Spain to ban overnight testing of athletes Fears new Spanish law could affect early morning health checks

Pooley gets the all-clear after crashing heavily
Emma Pooley Cervelo Test Team

Pooley taken to the hospital after Flèche Wallonne crash

Latest Cycling News - Gilbert among Flèche favourites, Valverde getting better and better, Doin' the Ardennes double, UCI: No confirmed cases under blood passport, Basso back in Italy, Kirsipuu set for FBD Insurance Rás, Vázquez back to training, Herrera guest at major Colombian team launch, Fuji-Servetto continues social projects, Giro issue of Procycling goes on sale

Video: Jonathan Vaughters - Wednesday's Best Day, Worst Day

Millar confirms he's racing in Giro

Scot makes late decision to take part in Tour of Italy

Specialized recalls some 2004 Roubaix bikes
Fit Chick: Off to the Races

BSNYC: The Indignity of Commuting by Bicycle on Earth Day: Guilt Complex, Complex Guilt

Mike Broderick and Mary McConneloug: Exploring South Africa

It is a place with incredible outdoor recreation opportunity, vast mountains, beaches and wide open places that beckoned our internal need for active adventures

Why La Doyenne Is Different

Video: RAAM Documentary

Top Rides: The Mur de Huy

Video: Rocky Mountain's Altitude 29er

Exclusive look from Sea Otter Classic

Technical Q&A with Lennard Zinn - Keeping it simple

Ardennes Classics: Doin' the Ardennes double

The past winners list for both Liège-Bastogne-Liège and La Flèche Wallonne reads like a who's who of cycling's rich history

Competitor Group buys Windy City Publishing

Details of Iron Horse Debts Emerge

Specialized Recalls Certain 2009 MTBs

Specialized Recalls Some '04 Roubaixs

Thule Recalls Select Podium Fit Kits

Organizers May Cancel Philly Bike Race

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Tuesday, April 21st
73rd La Flèche Wallonne, April 22: Preview, Start list, Map, Past winners

12th Women's Flèche Wallonne, April 22: Preview, Startlist, Map

Marianne Vos (DSB Bank)

Columbia-High Road Women Take on Fleche Wallone

Giro del Trentino, April 22-25: preview & provisional start list

Kristin Armstrong says she wants another rainbow jersey before she retires

Battenkill Post Mortem – It’s Not All Fun and Games

Every cyclist who drank their morning espresso today and surfed the usual cycling websites has probably seen that Battenkill was quite an event, filled with every variety of suffering, mechanical failure, and general catastrophe

Barloworld - Daryl Impey Injury Update

Race co-founder Dave Chauner says he's scrambling to find new sponsors and revenue to save June's Philly classic, Cash-strapped organizers may cancel Philadelphia's annual professional bike race

Bicyclists making their way up the Manayunk Wall last year. Race organizers face their own financial wall, with a $500,000 budget hole

Jelajah Malaysia: Stage 3 - results & report

Preview: La Flèche Wallonne '09

Three to watch on Wednesday: the Walloon Gilbert, Nick Nuyens, and at some point a definite winner atop the Mur de Huy: Damiano Cunego

73rd Fleche Wallone - Teams Announced, 73rd Fleche Wallone - Favorites

18th Rhone-Alpes Isère Tour - Stage 4

Amstel Gold 2009 Video Analysis How The Race Was Won - Amstel Gold 2009

Trofeo Città di Ivrea: results

First doping cases in cycling due in blood passport program

Video: Iron Horse Sunday Team long-term test

MBUK magazine’s Ric McLaughlin on his downhill rig

Reporter in the field taste tests the popular Amstel cyclosportive

Amstel cyclosportive: A scene from Sunday's pro race, held on most of the same roads

European Cities Commit to More Cycling

Cities like Brussels were “climber” cities, with around 4 percent of daily trips there made by bicycle. Copenhagen is a “forerunner” city, with 35 percent of all commuters using their bikes for journeys to work

Plowing and bicycling the North Cascades Highway

Policy aims to encourage more cyclists

USA Cycling names team for Pan Am road & track championships

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Combined 17,000 bicycles in two Specialized recalls Specialized Bicycle Components of Morgan Hill, California, is recalling 14,000 2009 model bicycles because of faulty handlebars and 3,000 2004 Roubaix Comp and Roubaix Pro bicycles because of faulty cable stops

First Edition Cycling News - Evans rates himself a Flèche contender, Lloyd sidelined for a month, Impey fuming about unapologetic Bos incident, Rock Racing pulls out of Gila as funds dwindle, Boonen sidelined with fissure, Unlucky Arndt out of Flèche, Nydam readies for Gila

Road Bike Action News April 21, 2009

Philly Championship in Jeopardy, Schleck out of Flèche Wallonne, Dauphiné Libéré: BMC In; Cervélo Out, 2010: Dutch Grand Tour Mania, Cipollini Can't Outsprint Tax Authorities

Dick “Pound of flesh” comments on Armstrong

Road News and Results - April 21, 2009

Frank Schleck won't start Fleche and is doubtful for Liege, Frank Schleck, Gesink missing Fleche-Wallonne

Both climbers doubtful for Liege -Bastogne-Liege

Ivan Basso: Back in Italy

"Some days I rode for up to nine hours"

Latest Cycling News - First blood passport violators to be named soon, Gesink out of Flèche, Malacarne eyes Giro debut, Swift with good season, Good and bad for Vorarlberg in Turkey, Liquigas reconned TTT course, Philly race threatened, BMC sweeps Battenkill-Roubaix, Ex-pros offering unique cycling events

UCI Prepares to Prosecute First Biological Passport Cases, Names of riders who 'failed' bio passport to be revealed

Drive a used bike off the lot: 10 ways to save on your next purchase

Why not consider last year's model?

Canadian Bike Summit 2009 Coming Up

Rocky Mountain Hires New Sales Rep

Retail Exec Focuses on Long-Term Growth

While hope for sales growth in the near future remains slim, Performance Bicycle chief executive officer Jim Thompson is taking an extended view of the retail business and preparing for a rebound in consumer confidence Offering U.S. Rentals

Upland Sports Group, Capo Has Moved

Stunt video reaches new heights

A shot from the YouTube footage

Sea Otter Tech Part 3: More New Bikes And Products From California

Edge Expands Line, Limar Teases With Lightweight Wonder, Foes Surprises, Hutchinson Goes Training And CLIF Enters The Sport Drink Market

Is Team Columbia Number One?

Ardennes Classic Intervals: VO2 Max Intervals to Improve your Explosive Climbing

When the hammer drops up the Mur de Huy Wednesday and the Côte de Saint-Nicolas Sunday, the contenders will be producing in excess of 7 watts per kilogram in an all-out, full-gas effort

Flèche Wallonne Preview: Hitting the Target, Many can win Fleche, so who will it be? VeloNews' Fred Dreier reports from Belgium

La Fleche Wallonne: Mid-Week Classic Showcases Punchy Climbers

Lifetime Ban?

Tyler Hamilton has once again run afoul of the anti-doping authorities of cycling.  I don’t think I need to explain the first time Tyler Hamilton was found positive

Mark Cavendish, Boy Racer New book charting Mark Cavendish's incredible path to success is released soon

NYT: Bless the Cyclist, on Your Left!

BSNYC: Palpitation: Who's Using What How?

I wanted to read more about Danny MacAskill, so I went to his sponsor's website, where I learned that he wears Calvin Klein underwear

Blazin' Saddles: Doping's depressing Tyler Hamilton may have quit cycling but he now has a potentially lucrative career on the US 'well-being' lecture circuit

Boonen X-rays show a fissure, sidelining him for ten days,  Relief for Boonen as x-ray shows fissure, not fracture "This accident came in the last race marking the end of the first part of my racing season, and the recuperation time for the injury coincides with my period of rest from competition"

Video: Talk To Fausto Pinarello - "I Don't Have Enough Bikes!"

The man who makes the beautiful bikes at the family factory in Treviso, Italy

Spring Bike Maintenance Checklist

Cervélo TestTeam Documentary

San Diego Sling: RoadCycling brings you the 2nd in the Cervélo documentary series

Sea Otter tech: Yet more bikes from Monterey

Niner's new RIP9 offers a generous 140mm of travel

Sea Otter Classic: Downhill rigs, 29ers and carbon hardtails

Selle An-Atomica Turns to Europe

Selle An-Atomica saddles are handmade in America, using a unique tanning process

Tour De WingHaven Brings Top US Professional Cyclists to O’Fallon Missouri June 21,2009

Britwatch: Cool Luke

Welsh youngester Luke Rowe is among the winners this week

Promising Cyclist Injured by Hit and Run Driver

Hutchinson Rolls Out New Road and Mountain Bike Tire Technology at Sea Otter

SKS Raceblade Fender Series

KCNC Ceramic Jockey Pulleys

Intelligent Endurance supplements

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Monday, April 20th
Jelajah Malaysia: Stage 2 - results

USA Cycling names team for Pan AM road & track championships

2008 Olympian Sarah Hammer is one of eight athletes who will represent the U.S. at the Pan American Road and Track Championships May 8-15 in Chihuahua, Mexico

Video: Trail ride in AZ While my wife was on the Pilates rack, I snuck out

Tour du Maroc: Stage 10 - results

Tour du Loir-et-Cher: Stage 5 - results

Bati-Metallo Ville Pommeroeul: results

Sauser rides away with Sea Otter XC

2009 Sea Otter cross-country: The women's start

Ventoux highlights tough Dauphiné Libéré

Racing This Week: Flèche, Liège wrap up classics season

MTB: Racer Bikes Cup: results

Warm Temps Bring Crowds to Sea Otter

BRAINys Recognize Distinguished Service

Bohm, chief executive officer of Catalyst Communication, was one of 14 industry leaders and companies Bicycle Retailer and Industry News recognized at the annual BRAINy awards

Statistics Paint a Mixed Picture for 2008

Industry Awaits CPSA Response

SRAM Uses 'Force' at Sea Otter

The biggest news to come out of this year's launch had to do with the revamped Force gruppo (pictured), which will take on more characteristics of its big brother, Red

Landis not racing in the Battenkill Landis was scheduled to make the trip but on Wednesday suffered a laceration to his shin

World’s elite back training on World Cycling Centre’s BMX track

Sea Otter Report 3: The mighty SRAM empire Components of many colors from SRAM and Truvativ, plus new Avid brakes, a new RockShox Revelation and a dual-air Monarch

What to look for in… Jerseys guides you through the minefield that is choosing a mountain bike jersey

Unintentional crash or assault and battery at Tour of Turkey?

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First Edition Cycling News - Lövkist fancies Ardennes Classic win, BMC to Dauphiné Libéré, Cervelo to stay home, Turks want to grow Presidential event, rule out Pro Tour option, UCI could act on Impey, Bos incident, Jartazi gets a boost for 2010, Another twist in Keisse tale, Road to Roubaix competition winners

Let’s be clear about Tyler Hamilton

Road News and Results - April 20, 2009

Theo Bos: "This is really making me sick"

Recessionary Impact in Cycling: Michael Creed, Chris Baldwin and Cesar Grajales Let Go by Rock Racing

Three established American domestic pros were unceremoniously fired from Rock Racing over the weekend

Hamilton, Creed and Mr. Blue Jeans

Next year's Giro d'Italia will start in Amsterdam

Monday Euro News

Monday's British news round-up

Road Bike Action News April 20, 2009

Gesink Out Of Liege-Bastogne-Liege, Rock Racing Fires Riders, Nydam Takes Tour Of Battenkill, Ullrich Wins On The Road

Sea Otter Tech: Part 3

2009 Sea Otter tech, part 3: This funky flat bar, belt driven Trek Madone road bike is claimed to weigh less than 12 pounds

Latest Cycling News - Ivanov grabs his Amstel, Kreuziger strikes early, Julich chronicles: Crashing is cyclist's curse, Bos brings down Impey, Hondo wants to create team, Successful Living parts ways with Fly V Australia

Catching up For April 13 Through April 19

Sea Otter Classic: Racing round-up

Hill, Hannah and Sauser victorious

Video: @Levi_Leipheimer - To Tweet, or Not To Tweet?

Sea Otter Classic: Our pick of the most exciting

Carbon wheels, colored cranks and Cane Creek goodies

Online company enables cyclists to rent a bicycle -- now

Electra Townie Sport 105 review

While the Townie Sport still features Electra’s upright, foot forward ergonomics, it also offers a level of performance that will satisfy many
Video: Lance in Colorado - "The Collarbone Feels Good"

BMC Racing takes two at Tour of the Battenkill

Beyer and Nydam top the podium

BSNYC Courting Danger: The Contrivance of Safety

La Flèche Wallonne: War On the Mur, Fleche Wallonne 2009: The Big Preview

Phinney 5th at ZLM Tour, Stetina 9th in Liege-Bastogne-Liege

Just a few days after placing 11th at La Côte Picarde, Taylor Phinney rode well in another UCI Nations Cup race, finishing 5th in the ZLM Tour in Holland Saturday

Sore knee takes Gesink out of Flechè

Bobby Julich: Crashes, the cyclists' curse

Press release : Publication of the new UCI World Ranking, Haussler stays atop UCI rankings, ProTour standings

Ask The Coach I see many cyclists wearing compression garments, what are the benefits?

Amstel Gold '09: In A New York Minute

News feature: Ivanov grabs his Amstel at last

Let the celebrations begin: Sergei Ivanov

Which Sumo Wrestler Does Theo Bos Most Resemble?

Bos incident puts Impey in hospital

Theo Bos appears to pull the jersey of race leader Daryl Impey, causing him to crash into the barriers

Ullrich to make a comeback?

Jan Ullrich could play advisory role in new German team

Some more from Sea Otter

Reigning world downhill champion Gee Atherton

Sitting In: Deep Legs

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Sunday, April 19th
"Light concussion" for Schleck,  Lloyd has fractured 3 vertebrae and has severe bruising in the sacral area

Amstel Gold ’09: Beers Are On Sergej!, Katusha's Ivanov Wins Amstel Gold

Russian champion Sergei Ivanov (Katusha) took the biggest win of his career today in Valkenberg, Netherlands, winning the Amstel Gold Race classic in a two man sprint ahead of Saxo Bank's Karsten Kroon

Ivanov takes Russia's first Amstel Gold, Ivanov wins Amstel Gold, 44th Amstel Gold Race: results, Amstel Gold Post-Race Thread

Schleck crashes out of Amstel Gold race

Amstel Gold Race: Sergei Ivanov wins atop the Cauberg

Russian beats Kroon and Gesink after late break

26th Tro-Bro Léon, Tro Bro Léon: results, Haddou wins second Bro Leon

Said Haddou of Bouygues Telecom won his second Tro Bro Leon

Rund um Düren: results

Rhône-Alpes Isère Tour: Stage 4 - results

44th Amstel Gold Race: Live coverage, Amstel Gold Race 2009 Live Dashboard , Amstel Gold Race LIVE video streaming

Video: Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey 2009 Stage 8 Final Kilometers

45th Presidential Tour of Turkey - Stage 8Impey wins Turkey despite crash, Impey wins Turkish tour despite hard crash, Presidential Cycling Tour: Stage 8 - results

Daryl Impey of Barloworld won the Tour of Turkey despite being involved in a messy crash in the home stretch of the eight and final stage

Sea Otter: Circuit race - results, report & photos Bissell, Jacques-Maynes regain control from Leipheimer

Evelyn Stevens wins the Battenkill women's race, Tour of the Battenkill: Race 1 - results & report

2009 Battenkill women's race: Evie Stevens gets the win.
BMC enjoys an classic-style victory at Battenkill

Tour du Loir-et-Cher: Stage 4 - results

MTB - Sea Otter Classic: Downhill - results & report

MTB - Sea Otter Classic: Dual slalom - results, report & photos

Jelajah Malaysia: Stage 1 - results

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First Edition Cycling News - Pound: Armstrong was wrong, Cunego sees Amstel slip away, Amstel: Gerrans shines on Keutenberg, Schleck and Lloyd seriously injured in Amstel crash, Theo Bos enjoys Turkish landscapes and road racing, Andy Schleck prevails despite brother's serious crash, Tour of Turkey champion seriously injured, Leipheimer to race Gila?, Tour of the Gila bigger than ever, Rock Racing downsizing, Lange accepts two-year suspension for positive test

MTB - Sea Otter Classic: Elite Cross country - results & report

Tour of the Battenkill - Men's RR  - Nydam Wins, BMC's Scott Nydam solos for 100k to win the pro men's Tour of the Battenkill in New York, Tour of the Battenkill: Race 2 - results

Sea Otter Classic: Bissell And TIBCO Dominate As Leipheimer Crashes Party A surprise appearance by Levi Leipheimer

Road Bike Action News April 19, 2009

Ullrich Set For Possible Return To Cycling, German Magazine Accuses Dekker Of Blood Doping, Armstrong Rumored To Be Racing Tour Of The Gila

Paris to Ancaster

Third time a charm for Joanne Kiesanowski – Andy Jacques Mayne Regains Control

Bissell’s Andy Jacques-Maynes solos to win Sea Otter Circuit Race, TIBCO’s Kiesanowski wins Sea Otter’s Circuit Race in 2-up sprint

After back to back second place finishes at the Sea Otter Classic, Jo Kiesanowski (Team TIBCO) broke through with a tight sprint win against Catherine Cheatley (Colavita/Sutter Home) in Saturday’s Circuit Race

Ullrich may return to cycling as adviser

Cyclists deserve protection of law

Champion wins in Finistere

Dimitri Champion was as good as his name as he won the Tour du Finistere

Book reports on rising popularity of bicycling today Bicycling is changing the look and feel of cities, small towns and suburbs across the U.S., asserts Jeff Mapes in his new book, "Pedaling Revolution: How Cyclists are Changing American Cities"

Litespeed Siena Review

The Siena is the bike you know will climb, sprint and descend like no other. The Siena defines a titanium race bike
Rock Racing fires Creed, Baldwin and Grajales

Baldwin leads the field over a climb on stage 7 of this year's Tour of California

Spanish hamlet honors an Armstrong first The plaque reads, “La Clavícula de Armstrong,” or Armstrong’s collarbone.

Video: From Holland To Turkey - A Rough Day on the Roads

Further proof today that bike racing can be a rough, dangerous business

Interview With Seamus McGrath at Sea Otter, Interviews With Emily Batty, Eric Batty and Catharine Pendrel at Sea Otter 

Specialized Stump Jumpers on sale for limited time

Participating Specialized dealers are offering rebates on various models of their classic Sump Jumper mountain bike between April 15 and 26

Sea Otter tech: More bikes and gear from the Sea Otter Classic

Specialized signaled their commitment to the 29" segment

Video: How To - Enjoy Being a Professional Cyclist

Sea Otter Tech Part 2: New Bikes And Products Debut In California

Norco Returns With A Vengeance, Vision Rolls Out A New Line Of Wheels, Northwave In The Red And Redline Downsizes

Sea Otter Tech: Sauser's Specialized S-Works Epic Carbon Disc

Sea Otter Classic: 29ers, carbon wheels and gravity rigs

Day 3 was a scorcher in Monterey, California

New electric bikes from Ultra Motor Add some power to your pedalling

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Saturday, April 18th
 Jacques-Maynes wins Sea Otter circuit

44th Amstel Gold Race: Preview, Start list, Map, Past winners

Amstel Gold Race: Pre-Race with Cunego and Friends

At the Lampre-Ngc camp they are busily preparing for tomorrow's big race day. Well, actually, they are probably all asleep by now

18th Rhone Alpes Isère - Stage 3

Tour of the Battenkill 2009 "America's Queen of the Classics" rumbles through rough, rolling roads in eastern New York, tackling dirt road climbs and descents on an unforgiving 62-mile loop

Around Brunner - BikeNZ National Series: results & report

Wells scores short track win at Sea Otter, Trek’s Batty wins women’s short track Riding alone the last three laps, Catharine Pendrel (Luna) looked like she had the Sea Otter short track sewn up, but Emily Batty (Trek) had other plans

MTB - Sea Otter Classic: Short track XC - results & reports

2009 Spring Classics: The Cycling Weekly hub

Tour du Maroc: Stage 9 - results

14th ZLM Tour - UCI U23 Nations Cup, ZLM Tour, Ned:  results

Interview: Catching up with Levi Leipheimer

After Friday’s race, sitting in the back of his support vehicle, sharing his thoughts on a variety of issues

Ina-yoko Teutenberg Wins Ronde Van Gelderland for Columbia-High Road, Women's 44th Ronde van GelderlandRonde van Gelderland (W): results

Liège-Bastogne-Liège (U): results

Tour du Finistère: results

Rhône-Alpes Isère Tour: Stage 3 - results

12th GP Nobili Rubinetterie, G.P. Nobili Rubinetterie: results

45th Presidential Tour of Turkey - Stage 7, Presidential Cycling Tour: Stage 7 - results

Tour de Cycling - Saturday On today: Tour of Turkey, Stage 7: (through April 19)
Live video at TRT 1 (link is back online);
Live video at (14:00 CET (8am U.S. Eastern), English commentary, free, requires registration)

Cromwell (Colavita/Sutter Home) solos to win in Sea Otter

Tiffany Cromwell (Colavita/Sutter Home) won by a wide margin after a successful solo break from a small lead group in Friday’s Sea Otters Classic Women’s Pro 1-2 Road Race

Sea Otter: Road race - results, report & photos, Criterium - results, report & photos

MTB - Sea Otter Classic: Cat. 1 DS - results, Junior & Cat. 3 XC - results

2008 Tour de France yellow jersey auction in aid of deaf children goes live today

2008 Tour de France yellow jersey auction in aid of deaf children

Tour of Chong Ming Time Trial: results

Tour du Loir-et-Cher: Stage 3 - results

Rhône-Alpes Isère Tour: Stage 2 - results

Tour du Maroc: Stage 8 - results

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First Edition Cycling News - Schleck banks on Amstel experience, Wegmann finally in the role of leader, Nibali wants Schleck-styled Amstel win, Versatile Van Summeren in the spotlight, Davis targets Amstel, Meares nominated for Laureus World Sports Award, Omnium returns to Sea Otter, US national short track series expands

Mellow Gold: Cunego Cool Ahead of Amstel, Ready to Defend 2008 Title

Damiano Cunego just doesn't care. The 27 year old "Little Prince" sees himself as a double-edged sword: one part classics contender, one part grand tour hope

Rabobank on Amstel, Erik Breukink and Robert Gesink look ahead to this weekend's Dutch classic, the Amstel Gold

Living the Dream: Down with the Flu Even pros have to take it easy when they're feeling sick, even if it means riding 14.1 mph on a flat path

Amstel Gold Race 2009: The Big Preview

Everything you need to know about this Sunday's Dutch Classic

Raffling for a cause Ibis co-founder Nicol puts his bikes where his mouth is

Domestic all-rounder Michael Creed has been let go by the Rock Racing team - Other racers may also have been fired, Rock Racing Fires Creed: Interview by NY Velocity, Interview: Creed Feed 6

I still have the house! I'm not on the dole yet!

Zack Vestal's Day 2 tech round up from Sea Otter

Sea Otter Tech, Day 2: The new AER headset from Cane Creek weighs about 45 grams in a 1 1/8-inch size

Dean Downing back on track

After a tough start to the season, breaking his collarbone in the team's training camp, Rapha-Condor's Dean Downing has bounced back with a vengeance, recently taking two stage wins in the Tour of the North

Sea Otter tech: SRAM family unveils new goodies

Video: Road bike backflips and more

Like Jackass, but better

MetLife Returns For A Second Year As Professional Cycling Teams Title Sponsor

A perfect day of cycling in Sonoma County

Bicycling and Earth Day events
Road Bike Action News April 18th, 2009

Valverde Ready For Liege Despite Cloud Hangiing Over Career

Tour de France Caravan Mishap Causes Massive Chochkie Spill

The carnage began when a giant tea kettle failed to note the slowing weird balloon car it was following and plowed into the rear of the ‘vehicle’

iBike Gen III: Mr. Know-it-all

The iBike is a nifty little power meter that quantifies the rider's output by measuring all the forces that oppose forward movement with an array of sensors

Amstel Replay: A Brit In The Mix

Cipollini convicted of tax evasion - Reuters, Cipollini convicted of tax evasion

Mario Cipollini has been convicted of tax evasion in 2003 and 2004

A Spanish judge refuses to release Puerto evidence to cycling authorities

SRAM launches ’10 mountain goodies

FOX's 2010 line of bicycle suspension brings DH technology to the cross-country scene, Tech feature: Fox Racing Shox 2010 launch

Fox Racing Shox have now introduced their FIT cartridge damper technology

Race tech: Bits and bobs from Paris-Roubaix

How the pros prepared for cycling's toughest one-day classic

Zipp drops the new 303

The new 303 has a wider new shape that yields all sorts of benefits - strength, stiffness, comfort, and aerodynamics

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Friday, April 17th
Damiano Cunego: I don't care what the critics say

Damiano Cunego is determined to win an Ardennes Classic over the coming week, but the Italian doesn’t care which one

Leipheimer takes Sea Otter with ease, Bissell sweeps Sea Otter Crit; Colavita/Sutter Home’s Benjamin wins women’s raceSea Otter: Criterium - results

Astana's Levi Leipheimer glided up the finishing climb to victory at the Sea Otter Classic road race Friday, finishing just ahead of the three Bissell men with whom he was in a long breakaway

Sea Otter: Criterium - results

MTB - Sea Otter Classic: Super D - results, full report & photos

Recovering from injury, Chris Horner hopes to ride with Armstrong at Giro, Tour and the Gila?

Horner's stage 3 crash at the Tour of California was just his first of the season

45th Presidential Tour of Turkey - Stage 6, Presidential Cycling Tour: Stage 6 - results, report & photos

Johnson, Murphy lead OUCH Presented by Maxxis at Battenkill

Tyler Hamilton expected to announce retirement this morning following second positive doping test, Hamilton says he's retiring from cycling, Cycling News Flash - Hamilton tests positive, faces possible life ban

"What I did was wrong and yes, I did know it [DHEA] was on the list of banned substances. I also knew that USADA could have shown up anyday and at any time to test me. But, I was going through a very rough moment and I was desperate. I heard about it and I thought I would try it out as an act of desperation. Did I take it for a banned substance? Absolutely not."

Quick Step's Carlos Barredo is stepping up to fill Paolo Bettini's shoes in the hilly classics

Carlos Barredo will have some big shoes to fill as Quick Step enters the Ardennes classics without the dominating presence of Paolo Bettini

Post-Roubaix Interview With Fillipo Pozzato

Italian Talent Bittersweet After Roubaix Runner-Up Performance

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Special Edition Cycling News - Cadwell disappointed by Hamilton positive, Ball feels partly responsible for Hamilton situation, USAC presses on with suspension, wishes Hamilton well, McQuaid: Cycling better off without Hamilton

Road News and Results - April 17, 2009

Road Bike Action News April 17, 2009

Hamilton Retires After Another Doping Positive, Cunego For Amstel. Armstrong "OK" For Giiro

First Edition Cycling News - Hamilton: Cycling's not done with me yet, Depression to blame for Hamilton's woes, Mayhem guaranteed on Amstel's bergs, Teams finalize Amstel rosters, Pevenage: Hamilton has to pay the cost, Impey succeeds unfortunate Loosli, Hondo back in action, Hunter OK for the Giro, Lloyd racing for fun in Sea Otter

Cycling News of the World

Sea Otter Tech: SRAM Launches 2010 Force

For 2010 SRAM’s original top-end professional road gruppo returns to the spotlight with several Red inspired upgrades

Columbia-High Road Heading to Amstel Gold Columbia-Highroad is heading to the Amstel Gold Race in Holland on Sunday with no clear leader but with some key riders clearly approaching top condition for the Ardennes Classics

Amstel boasts a stacked fieldThe Amstel Gold Race - A Historical View

Andrew Hood says Cervélo TestTeam has been the surprise of the 2009 spring classics

Boonen has suspected foot fracture

Aftermath of Scheldeprijs finish line crash leaves top riders injured
The Friday Comment The burning issues in cycling this week: Valverde, Roubaix louts and bio

Friday's international news round-up Armstrong in Giro; Amstel Gold on Sunday; Dajka's father criticises cycling

Latest Cycling News - Cyclists association's Vasseur backs Armstrong in AFLD case, Pozzato dreams of Giro's Rosa, Haussler takes well-deserved break, Klostergård: With goose bumps through the forest, Fothen frustrated in Turkey, eyes Giro-Tour, Sun Tour route announced, Blood transfusions "no secret" according to Pevenage

SRAM revamps its original road group, Zipp rolls out new 303s

British Cycling announces measures to rescue road racing

Editors' Choice 2009 Road Bike Nominees
You’ve Got Questions, Bobke’s Got Answers

What’s up with all the commercial breaks Bobke?

UCI training course in Mexico for coaches from the American continent

CCA Seeks Track Cycling Head Coach

BSNYC Fidray Fun Quiz!

What is happening here?

Amstel '09 Preview: Double Dutch Does the Trick

Spanish federation refused access to Puerto files

A conversation with Scott Tedro: The man who can save U.S. mountain biking, part 2

Book Review: Artistry for the Open Road

In the Northern Hemisphere, Spring is about to break out, and a young cyclist’s fancy naturally turns to shapely, uh, lugs

No team will be able to control whole Tour de France - director

Injured Armstrong tells Giro organisers to trust him - Reuters

Ready to Roll: Bicycling's Sea Otter Product Preview

Sea Otter tech: Expo opens under sunny skies, Sea Otter Tech Sampler, Part One, Sea Otter Tech Sampler, Part Two

Thule 515 Prologue Pack, Thule In 2009

Thule has long been one of the premier rack producers in the world

Sea Otter Vendors: Flat is New Up

Foot traffic is traditionally a bit slow on Thursday, but many vendors said the first day crowds seemed bigger than last year and they looked forward to the numbers increasing over the weekend.

Biking Sharing Program Discussed at BLC

Veltec Sports Hires VP of Sales

Titus, Crankbrothers Partners on Two Bikes

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Thursday, April 16th
Tour du Maroc: Stage 7 - results

Six Burning Questions for Upcoming Hilly Cycling Classics

Now that the cobbled-classics are out of the way, conversation and attention will switch to the second half of the spring classics season, with the Amstel Gold, Fleche Wallonne and Liege-Bastogne-Liege races set to commence over the coming weeks

Homeboys: Nationality in Selected Classics

Bissell's Morgan Schmitt wins Sea Otter criterium

Tour du Loir-et-Cher: Stage 2 - result

Phinney 11th in La Côte Picarde Nation's Cup race

Taylor Phinney led the USA Cycling National Development Team Wednesday at La Côte Picarde with an 11th-place finish in the UCI Nation's Cup Race

Grand Prix de Denain: results

Rhône-Alpes Isère Tour: Stage 1 - results

Garmin's Steven Cozza had a front-row seat for his debut at Paris-Roubaix on Sunday

2009 Paris-Roubaix: Cozza made the early breakaway

Eva Lutz: Bumping over the cobbles

Eva Lutz is a fiery German who rides for Equipe Nürnberger Versicherung

La Côte Picarde: results

Presidential Cycling Tour: Stage 5 - results

Tour de Cycling - Thursday Tour of Turkey, Stage 5: (through April 19) Live video (13:45 CET (7:45am U.S. Eastern))

Race tech: Cervélo TestTeam’s special RS

Closer look at Paris-Roubaix bikes

2009 Spring Classics: The Cycling Weekly hub

Amstel'09 Preview: The Contenders

Jimmy Casper wins GP de Denain, takes French Cup lead

Will Routley and Jelly Belly Pro Cycling Team to participate in Tour of Malaysia

Ardennes Classics: Great moments in Classics history

Eddy Merckx in the 1971 Tour de France

The day Elliott was worked over by the Dutch at Amstel Gold

Weather Gods Smiling on Sea Otter, Cycling festival expected to bring big crowds to Mazda Raceway

Bike-commuting how-to video

Techs-Mechs: Holy week, final thoughts

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Road Bike Action News April 16, 2009

Injury Updates: Boonen and McEwen, Vasseur Praises Boonen, Casper Leads Coupe de France, Giro Organizers Expect Armstrong, Phinney Solid on in Picardie

Hutchinson Rolls Out New Road and Mountain Bike Tire Technology at Sea Otter Road Tubeless Lineup Expands while 26" MTB Cobra Receives Tubeless Ready Technology and National Champion Treatment

Leipheimer to race Sea Otter

Leipheimer raced aggressively in the 06 Sea Otter circuit

First Edition Cycling News - Kaisen delivers for Silence-Lotto, McEwen escapes serious injury, Boonen suffering, Casper clears another coup in France, Giro confirms Armstrong's start, Mayor blasts ASO for Carrefour chaos, Astana hit by global money woes, Austrians announce new anti-doping campaign, Tour of America's Dairyland registration now open

Sea Otter 2009 50,000 enthusiasts converge on Laguna Seca Raceway

20,000 wheels descend on Sea Otter Classic, MTB - Sea Otter Classic April 16-19: Preview, Pro XCT continues at Sea Otter

Hundreds of the world's top mountain bikers will fight it out for the Pro XCT lead this Sunday at Sea Otter

OUCH's Floyd Landis, along with most major domestic teams, highlight the Battenkill start list

Lance Armstrong confirmed for Giro despite surgeryArmstrong confirms Giro start

Back to “New Amsterdam”

The New York Times has an article and two slideshows this morning on the growing popularity of Dutch style bikes in New York City

Thursday Euro News Bang! Crash! Wallop! Down they go on two continents

Latest Cycling News - Louder makes the break, Wrolich and Schröder survive Scheldeprijs, Petacchi helps Italian quake victims, Wegmann ready for Ardennes, Impey takes Turkish win, Sastre races Romandie, Pozzato sportsman of the week, Great moments in Classics history - the Ardennes Classics, Saxo Bank continues with Science in Sport

Edge Composites 25 Tubular rims

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McEwen gets a concussion, but no broken bones in Scheldeprijs pile-up 2009 Scheldeprijs: McEwen suffered a concussion but no broken bones

The Lowdown On Racing In Japan The idea of racing a bike on the road strikes most as being, well, kind of stupid. The police only very reluctantly sanction cycling events and often insist on a `no racing` clause

European Handmade Show Sold Out

First Look: Intense 951

World Cup geometry plus added adjustability
How To Win Amstel Gold

Of the 31 climbs the riders will face, which one is ripe for the decisive attack?

Road Racing News - April 16, 2009, Brief Results - April 16, 2009

Video: Talk To - The Rabbits of Roubaix

Worlds No. 1-Ranked Team QuickStep Announced for Tour of Missouri

FOX brings out the motorheads to help introduce its 2010 bicycle product line

The Backlash Conspiracy: Divide and Conquer

There are plenty of bikes that are reasonably quick, reasonably light

Three Old Guys: The Day After Gent-Wevelgem

Can Scott Tedro save U.S. mountain biking?

Endurance races test athletes' physical and emotional mettle

Jim LeBelle knew that to participate in this summer's Race Across America his training had to be impeccable

Kazakh federation to resume paying Astana wages Astana cyclists, including Giro d'Italia winner Alberto Contador, have not received salaries for around a month, prompting fears the team could be disbanded

The Explainer - Help wanted Helping a rider at the finish is just part of a long, long list of a soigneur's duties

Secret of cycling is to rest and recover

Pro Bike: Filippo Pozzato's Katusha Ridley Damocles Pi

Pozzato's Damocles Pi features not a single concession to Paris-Roubaix's brutal pavé and the custom geometry reads more like that of a typical road racer

Down Economy Closes Koehlinger Cycling

Cadence Cycling President Stepping Down

Rudy Project brings the “Noyz”

The Noyz is designed with techno‐geometric mathematics 

A grisly finish to Belgium bike race and the blame game

'Family Cycling' Aims to Get Kids on Bikes

A shrinking peloton?

Tommeke, Tommeke, Tommeke

The Belgian chant heard around

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Wednesday, April 15th
Tour du Maroc: Stage 6 - results

Tour du Loir-et-Cher: Stage 1 - results

Tour du Loir-et-Cher: Prologue - results

Scheldeprijs: results, Petacchi wins Scheldeprijs; Rollin third, Cruz fourth

2009 Scheldeprijs: Petacchi stayed ahead of the pile up to take the win

Tony Cruz Takes 4th in Crash-filled Finale of Scheldeprijs Vlaanderen

Tony Cruz continued the BMC Racing Team's streak of successful races Wednesday by snagging 4th place in a mad sprint for the line which saw a handful of riders crashing within sight of the finish

Video: Scheldeprijs Sprint - Boonen, McEwen Crash in Belgium

This is proof that bike racing can be a very dangerous business

Scheldeprijs: Live coverage (text), Scheldeprijs 2009.... Live Thread, Scheldeprijs Vlaanderen LIVE

Presidential Cycling Tour (Turkey): Stage 4 - results

Tour of Turkey, Stage 4: (through April 19) Live video (13:45 CET (7:45am U.S. Eastern)), Official WebsiteTeams/Start List

Why Bike-Racing Rules

This year's edition of Paris-Roubaix was one of the most thrilling bike races in a very long time

Tour du Maroc: Stage 5 - results

Garmin-Slipstream Injuries - Tuft Update

Bill to give cyclists more room on the road nears final votes

Cyclist David Saintsing rides his bike along N. Foothills Parkway on Tuesday. "The shoulder is fairly wide and I think this road is relatively safe," he said

Tom Boonen will line up Wednesday for the 97th Scheldeprijs Vlaanderen before heading to the beach.

Chris Hoy is engaged to girlfriend, Sarra Kemp

The 33-year-old four-time Olympic champion proposed to the 29-year-old lawyer, who is also from Edinburgh, last Saturday

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Road Bike Action News April 15, 2009

McEwen Fumes After Scheldeprijs Smash-up; Boonen Also Injured, Plan B for Milram, Women's World Cup: Johansson in Control, Cooke Helps Italian Earthquake Victims

First Edition Cycling News - Petacchi wins number seven, Scheldeprijs pile-ups leave a dozen damaged, Rollin nets first podium, Kirchen not betting on himself, American Cruz's to fourth in Belgium, Officials asked to avoid Dajka's funeral, Roubaix videos now online!

Amstel Preview: Gianetti Remembers

Raced over the hills, dales, and forests of south eastern Holland, the course selects its own worthy winner. A dozen years ago it was Mauro Gianetti who was making the news

Carlos Sastre to race in 6-day Romandie tour

Euro Tech Report: The Bikes Of Roubaix

A close look at the bikes and equipment of the 2009 Paris-Roubaix

Latest Cycling News - Di Luca disappointed over Ardennes snub, Rebellin on form for Ardennes, Cervélo narrows down Sastre's Giro team, Saxo Bank satisfied with Roubaix outing, Wyss out of Scheldeprijs, Flying lap from the Flying Scotsman at BikeRadar Live

BMC's Tony Cruz tells Andrew Hood about his trip over the cobbles this week

Wednesday's British news round-up

Catching Up With World Champ Cameron Meyer

One of the candidates for "man of the match" was Garmin's Cameron Meyer with a gold and two silvers from three events

Catching Up April 6th through April 12th

Cycling News Roundup - 14 April 2009 Quick Step To Missouri, Alejandro Valverde and Team Ready, USA CRITS Speed Week, US Open Canceled, Cycling in the News, New "Pedal-less" bicycle for rehab

Cycling officials not welcome at Dajka funeral

Cycling Australia officials have been told they're not welcome at the funeral of former world champion Jobie Dajka

Cyclist survives hit and run accident As the Urban Transportation Commission was presented Austin's Master Bicycle Plan, a study designed to eventually make Austin a world class cycling community

This Just In: BSNYC Used As Bait!

5 Inexplicable Fixie Fashions

Fixed-gear bicycles are the scourge of modern bike fashion. Actually, fixies are almost nothing but fashion

Fit Chick: Up in Smoke

Then how are they ever going to stop trashing themselves?

Rumors circulate that Armstrong, Landis may join Tour of the Gila

Video: Freddy Maertens - Wednesday's Best Day, Worst Day

You know you've arrived when they make a line of bicycles with your name on 'em

URide.TV Will be on Location in Athens for the Twilight Criterium

Guy East busy cycling in U.S., Europe for Armstrong's team

Tech guru Lennard Zinn takes reader questions on air compressors, SRMs and sweaty workouts

New offerings from Answer, Manitou, SUNringlé and Hayes

A pre-Sea Otter peek from Wisconsin

Phil Liggett - The Voice of Cycling is Coming to Calgary

Blazin' Saddles: Last man standing

NSGA: Bicycling Gets 2008 ‘Bounce’  44.7 million participated on asphalt and dirt

Liquidator Buys Bankrupt Joe’s

Pedaling for Charity: Chain of Lakes Cycling Classic

Once a small, quiet town halfway between Orlando and Tampa (and not close enough to either to be much noticed,) Winter Haven is being thrust into the Florida spotlight as it hosts the 2009 Chain of Lakes Cycling Classic, on April 18 and 19

Winterborne Bicycle Institute Adds Course

Carmichael Partners with MBT, MBT Names Olympic Cyclist a Spokesperson

Jelly Belly Team is Headed to Malaysia

Eight day stage race will begin April 19 in Kuala Selangor and end in a criterium in Kuala Lumpur on the 26th

More High School Teams Racing at Sea Otter

King County to pay $3.5 million to injured cyclist for road faults  Attorneys originally had asked for $20 million

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Tuesday, April 14th
GP Palio del Recioto: results

“Taint”ed Love from Hawaii

Introducing “Okole Stuff” Ultimate Chamois Ointment, making its debut at Sea Otter Booth 828

Tour du Maroc: Stage 4 - results, Stage 3 - results, Stage 2 - results, Stage 1 - results

Athens Twilight Criterium kicks off USA Crits series

Tour of the Battenkill - Teams Announced New York one day invitational over 200 kilometers announces 22 pro teams. Top competitors include: Floyd Landis, Scott Nydam, Tom Zirbel, Bruno Langlois, Justin Spinelli, David Veilleux, Frank Pipp and more

Quick Step to join Astana, Cervelo, Columbia, Garmin and Liquigas at the Tour of Missouri

Garmin's Christian Vande Velde won in 2008, a victory his baby daughter helped celebrate

Paris-Camembert Lepetit: results & photos, 69th Paris-Camembert Casper sprints to victory in a festival of French riders

Video: Carrefour de l'Arbre 2009

Giro del Belvedere: results

Presidential Cycling Tour (Turkey): Stage 3 - results

Tour of Turkey (through April 19) - Live video (starts at 13:45 CET (7:45am U.S. Eastern)

Scheldeprijs, April 15: Preview, Start list, Map, Past winners

The right hand for three wins in Roubaix and the left hand for three at the Scheldeprijs?

2009 Paris-Camembert Lepetit - Alejandro Valverde Back to Defend, Valverde seeks relief in Normandy

A year after winning the race on his first visit Spanish rider Alejandro Valverde will once again be in Normandy to get his teeth into the Paris-Camembert, even as he awaits the outcome of a doping investigation into him in Italy

Track - Malaysian National Championships: results

MTB - Australian 24 Hour Solo National Championships: results

Cooke auctions jersey for earthquake victims

Rainbow jersey to be auctioned for charity

Mersey Valley Tour: Stage 3 -  results, report & photos, Stage 2 - results, Stage 1 - results

Swedish rider Emma Johansson dashes to victory in the Tour de Drenthe in Holland

Race tech: Team Astana at Paris-Roubaix

Squad's Trek Madones tweaked for stability and comfort

The Tour de Donut returns

Breezer Villager

Joe Breeze of Breezer Bikes has his roots in mountain bike history, being an original member of the Velo Club Tam that rode balloon-tired bikes down the mountain trails for the heck of it back in the ’70s

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First Edition Cycling News - Success breeding confidence for Pinotti, Steegmans hopes for pain-free return, Schulze strikes in Bodrum, Casper knocks off big cheese in Camembert, Quick Step destined for Missouri, US Open cancelled, NRC continues at Dana Point GP, KBS celebrates a double wins abroad, Lincoln GP gets title sponsor

Road Bike Action News April 14, 2009

Casper Continues Comeback, Boonen Aiming For Second Hat Trick, Silence-Lotto Fires Steels

Road News and Results - April 14, 2009 Here’s the latest in cycling news for today. Results from the Netherlands, Turkey and France, updates to the disabled list, Tom Boonen to battle Alessandro Petacchi at the Scheldprijs, and more

This weekend's Sea Otter Classic promises some great racing and a lot of new tech goodies on display

Women Road World Cup : Emma Johansson takes victory and leader jersey

Women’s Prestige Cycling Series Releases Standings, Team Type 1's Alison Powers tops the Women's Prestige Cycling Series individual standings

Women's Prestige Series: Powers at Redlands

The Tour de France ladder: Astana all the way!

Roubaix: It Really Is A Big Deal

MTB News & Racing Round-up - Minnaar maximises home soil advantage, Hannah's back, A perfect birthday for Moseley, Osl surprises in South Africa, Hermida ends World Cup drought, Aussie 24-hour solo championship comes down to the wire, Titletown Flyers team kicks off first season, Cycle Epic registration open, BikeRadar Live: Bryceland to race in MBUK Eliminator slalom

Catching Up With Katyusha's Ben Swift

Katyusha's Filippo Pozzato made a huge name for himself over the past week, but another Katyusha rider is just beginning to edge his way into the upper echelon of the sport

Latest Cycling News - Ballan close-by in Roubaix, No luck for Lotto, Hooligans rule Carrefour de l'Arbre, First Chinese rider in Paris-Roubaix, Cervélo TestTeam with good Easter, Soeder obtains first season victory, BikeRadar Live: Magnus Backstedt confirmed, UCI Asia Tour hopefuls

(At Least) Ten Reasons Why Cycling Is Not The New Golf

Weekend wrap up

Cyclists seek world berths

Cycling, fitness shop closes

Koehlinger Cycling & Fitness, on Illinois Road since 1992, has closed its doors. Economy ‘part of it’; ‘ambitious’ strategy, loss of deals factors

The U.S. Open of Cycling, moved from Virginia to Rhode Island, has been postponed to 2010

Oscar Freire returns from injury to race Amstel Gold, but his team downplays his chances

Andrew Hood previews the upcoming week's Euro action

Cunego will back to defend his Amstel Gold title

Faber's Cyclery: Bicycle and beer museum, or pipe dream?

Drinking and bicycling is no laughing matter, Poland says okay to jailing 'drinking cyclists'

2,000 people already imprisoned

BSNYC - The Indignity of Commuting by Bicycle: The Increasing Dignity of Commuting by Bicycle

The bike lane is the western frontier, and suddenly all the pedestrians have been smitten by Manifest Destiny

Jelly Belly, Planet Energy confirmed for Canada's Paris to Ancaster Canada’s only professional road team, Planet Energy will be well represented by 23 year old Mark Batty, the 2007 National u23 Cyclocross champion

A few more tech secrets from Sunday's Paris-Roubaix

Agritubel Kuota bikes fitted with fat Vittoria tubulars

Toolbox: Recovering From Roubaix

Video: Talk To - Garmin's Doug Ellis About Paris-Roubaix

Santa Cruz unveils the carbon Blur LT

Stiffest and strongest yet, with 140mm of travel

Hearing Scheduled in Iron Horse Case

Interbike Media Tent New at Sea Otter

BMX Freestyle Reunion Coming Up

Solon Bicycle owner Dan Sirkin will be hosting a BMX Freestyle Reunion festival on July 18, 2009 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Solon Community Center

SRAM Wins Best Place to Work Award

Hon Speaking at Cycling Conference

Shimano Yumeya lightweight kit

Pimp your bike to the max with the Dream Workshop

Lemont Hall of Fame induction features Vande Velde

Sports Beans on top in Scotland

10 Years of Amstel Gold

Call to let cyclists ignore red lights, London mayor wants legal left turn for cyclists at red lights

Cyclists in London will be able to legally run red traffic lights if plans by the capital's mayor get the go-ahead from the government

Rabobank, Thwarted at Northern Classics, Need Big Results at Hilly Classics

League names 8 bike shops of the year for 2008

Active Protein Complex (APC) to sponsor Best Young Rider at 2009 Nature Valley Grand Prix

Tanita BC-558 Ironman InnerScan Segmental Body Composition Monitor

What sets the BC-558 apart from other body composition scales is its ability to measure the composition of each body segment - trunk, right arm, left arm, right leg, and left leg

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Monday, April 13th
The Last of the 2009 Cobbles: Scheldeprijs Vlaanderen Closes Early Spring Classic Season
Run over 200 kilometers of pancake flat terrain, the Scheldeprijs provides one final opportunity for the classics stars to flex their power, in particular the sprinters in the bunch.

Cammish turns back the clock
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The time trial series, brainchild of veteran tester and nine-time British Best All Rounder Ian Cammish, abandons modern aerodynamic equipment in favur of the kind of machines ridden before the days of disc wheels

Presidential Cycling Tour: Stage 2 - results, report & photos, 45th Presidential Tour of Turkey - Stage 2

Women's World Cup #3 - Ronde van Drenthe, Unive World Cup - Ronde van Drenthe: results

Albert Achterhes Profronde van Drenthe: results

Could coffee be the solution to reducing exercise pain?

If only I had known then that all I may have needed to save me from that horrible pain was a simple cup of caffeinated coffee

Rund um Köln: results, 93rd Rund um Koeln - Results

Monday's British news round-up

Monday Euro News Paris-Roubaix, Basque Country, Tour of Turkey, Valverde, Armstrong, Bettini and more

MTB - World Cup XC/DH/4X #1: Men's downhill -  results, report & photos , Women's downhill - results, report & photos, Men's 4X - results, report & photos, Women's 4X - Full results, report & photos

The opening round of the 2009 Nissan UCI Mountain Bike World Cup concluded on Sunday with a storybook ending that couldn't have been scripted any better, as local hero Greg Minnaar (Santa Cruz Syndicate) won the Downhill in front of family and friends in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa

MTB - Benelux Cup - Verviers - results

MTB - Roc Laissagais - results

Marcin Bialoblocki wins the Girvan

Marcin Bialoblocki won the Girvan today after a group of ten riders escaped the bunch and left the Plowman Craven team chasing their tails

107th Paris Roubaix - How the race was won

Holy Week 2009: What Did We Learn?

Vuelta Ciclista del Uruguay - Stage 10 Final Full Results - Zwizansky Wins Overall

Record bid for Broulee boy Riding a bike for an hour doesn’t seem too daunting at first, until you discover that the record in the 35-39 years age group is 44.838km/h, held by Frenchman Jean-Phillip Meret

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First Edition Cycling News - Maaskant focuses on Amstel to save classics campaign, Evans form not bad, time trial average, Devolder recovering after Arenberg crash, Debutant Cozza happy with Roubaix experience, Johansson wins Unive World Cup, assumes series lead, Malaysian gets land, cash for Worlds performance, Landis, Bahati enter Dana Point GP

Book Review: Paris-Roubaix - A Journey Through Hell

Road News and Results - Post Paris-Roubaix edition

Here’s the latest in cycling news. We’re heavily stacked on Tom Boonen and post Paris-Roubaix news today, but there’s some other things going on as well. Good reading and Happy Monday!

Johansson takes lead with Holland win

Emma Johansson of the Red Sun Cycling Team won the Ronde van Drenthe to take the overall lead in the women's World Cup standings

Chasing Roubaix: The Early Going

Jelly Belly heads to Malaysia

UCI Releases New World Cup Standings for April 13, Haussler, Quick Step and Spain top new UCI rankings

Germany's Heinrich Haussler may have had a frustrating season so far at the major events, with second places at Milan-San Remo and the Tour of Flanders, but he is on the top rung at one race: the UCI individual points rankings

Latest Cycling News - Hincapie's Roubaix run spoilt by flat, Chavanel: I deserve it, Captain Quinziato proves his worth, Saxo Bank misses decisive move, Lelangue: My most satisfying Roubaix ever, New winner at Scheldeprijs a certainty

Tour de France winner confirmed

Stephen Roche to take on Devil Takes The Hindmost

Copperopolis 2009

Levi Leipheimer at the 29th Annual Copperopolis: The Paris-Roubaix of California

Greg Minnaar & Claire Buchar Video Interviews

Sea Otter Classic: More and more high school teams competing

Drivers, cyclists have plenty to learn about sharing the streets

Group cycling classes prove a mainstay "The programs that aren't gimmicky and utilize your own body are the ones that stay around"

Road Bike Action News April 13, 2009

Quotes From Roubaix, Haussler New Leader In UCI Rankings, Long Fails To Reach Roubaix, Valverde On Form Despite Doping Scandal, Racing Returns To Ventura

BSNYC: What's In A Name: The Key to Victory

Race tech: More race bikes from Paris-Roubaix

From huge tire clearance to hybrid bikes, cycling's top manufacturers pulled out all the stops to ensure their riders would just make the finish line in Roubaix

Ask RC: Newton's Law Wind and mechanical friction are the enemies of skinny cyclists because less mass means that less energy (from gravitational force) is available to overcome friction in the form of wind and rolling resistance

Valverde looking for a win at Paris-Camembert as doping investigation continues

American junior Adam Leibovitz leading the Ster Van Zuid-Limburg stage race in Belgium

Livestrong Lunar Everyday

The Nike Lunar Everyday combines two of Nike’s most innovative technologies

Video: Paris - Roubaix 2009: Moto crashes in the crowd

Prestaflator tool

The Prestaflator is a new attachment for compressors that is easy to use and provides an accurate pressure reading

Love What You Do, Women Leaders Say

Women Get A Magazine To Themselves

Shanghai to host women's international road cycling

Wheel and Sprocket Expo Ushers in Spring

Wheel and Sprocket’s annual Bike Expo went well this year, but not so well that owner Chris Kegel ended up with a shaved head

Cane Creek Hires New Marketing Director

Director of Fort Collins bicycle advocacy group backs bill to limit cell phone use of motorists

2009 Paris-Roubaix Video Analysis

10 Years of Paris-Roubaix Results Analyzed

John Lelangue Very Satisfied With BMC Showing on the Cobbles

Garmin Slipstream Survives ‘Hell of the North’

Boulder fun run to benefit Xterra star Jamie Whitmore's battle with cancer

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Sunday, April 12th
Paris-Roubaix Juniors: results

Boonen blitzes Paris-Roubaix, Paris-Roubaix: results, Boonen Wins Roubaix,  Video: Highlights and the Last Km,   Video: Hushovd and Flecha crash clips

Tom Boonen Charges Across The Pavé To Win His Second Consecutive Roubaix

Paris-Roubaix LIVE video streaming, Paris-Roubaix 2009 Live Dashboard, Paris-Roubaix: Live coverage (text), Paris-Roubaix: Live Coverage (thread)

Paris-Roubaix: Tom Boonen wins survival of the fittest

Crashes don't stop Tornado Tom winning his third Hell of the North

Vuelta Ciclista del Uruguay: Stage 10 - results, Vuelta Ciclista del Uruguay: Stage 9 - results

Circuit des Ardennes: Stage 4 - results

Klasika Primavera: results,  55th Klasika Primavera de Amorebieta Ardennes what? The first half of April features some tough and epic riding also in the Basque Country of Spain. With today's one-day event wrapping up things in style

Presidential Cycling Tour: Stage 1 - results, Preview & Start list, 45th Presidential Tour of Turkey - Stage 1

Gran Prix of Donetsk: results

Unive World Cup - Ronde van Drenthe, April 13: Preview, Map, Past winners

Marianne Vos is the clear favorite

A visit to bicycle-centric University of Oregon

U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame moving to bike-friendly Davis

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First Edition Cycling News - Paris-Roubaix champion in the eye of the storm, Valverde takes third Klasika, Paris-Roubaix motorbike crash injures 16, Super Pozzato denied duel, Hoste raging over Flecha's fumbling, Flecha's best Roubaix ever falls apart, The Blue Mosque calls CSF again, Roubaix: Haussler shines again, World Cup jersey heads home, Roche to race the Devil

Roubaix '09: Boonen Bashes 'Em Again

16 injured in motorcycle crash on Paris-Roubaix,   Motorcycle crashes into crowd at cycling race - AP, Ten hurt in Paris-Roubaix motorbike accident

Race moto crashes into fans in Arenberg Forest

Zabel guides young riders at Columbia

Erik Zabel is passing on his knowledge to Columbia riders

Video: Paris-Roubaix - Riding Into the Velodrome

UCI MTB World Cup Opening Day a Big Success

Dutch still leading the way when it comes to cycling Britain has fewer trips by bike than any other European country

Iron Horse Cahnges Bankruptcy Filing From Chapter 7 Chapter 11 A judge converted the Iron Horse Bicycle Company bankruptcy case from Chapter 7 liquidation to Chapter 11 reorganization on Tuesday

Cycling star not done yet "I love Sea Otter; I always did well"

Video: Paris-Roubaix - Pandemonium on the Pavé

When you're out on the cobbled course of Paris-Roubaix, it almost seems like the race is secondary to the craziness and hard-core drinking that seems to be everywhere

Video: Bob Stapleton on Hincapie at Roubaix

Paris-Roubaix: In the eye of the storm, Pozzato applauds Boonen but slams Flecha and Flemish fans

Video: Tom Boonen Talks About Winning Roubaix A Third Time Crashes and injuries didn't stop Tom Boonen for winning the 2009 Paris-Roubiax

Now Call Him Mr. Paris-Roubaix: Boonen Takes His Third Win In Hell of the North

Boonen & Quick.Step Clean Up In Classics

Will Frischkorn says yes, Paris-Roubaix is hell, but it's the energy that makes it special

My Paris-Roubaix: To the End James Startt with the cycling tale of a lifetime riding with Boonen, Devolder and Quickstep on the cobbles of Paris Roubaix

Pro bike: Tom Boonen's Quick Step Specialized S-Works Roubaix SL2

Unlike metallic frames, creating an altered geometry on a moulded carbon frame requires more than simply adjusting miter points and weld jigs

First ride video: Swobo Baxter

All-rounder urban bike with Shimano Alfine

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Saturday, April 11th
Video: Paris-Roubaix - Pre-riding the Punishing Pavé

Video: Riding The Arenberg Forest in France  Revered. Respected. Feared. The Arenberg Forest section of cobbles could decide the winner of Paris-Roubaix. We rode it. Get ready to feel the cobbles

Paris-Roubaix 2009: Weather Report

Paris-Roubaix is known as much for it's tough terrain as it is for its horrible weather

Hermida wins South African World Cup race Olympic champion Julien Absalon of France had to settle for second place

Contador takes Basque Country for second year running, Contador wins Basque Tour,  Vuelta al País Vasco: Stage 6 - results & photos

Alberto Contador continued racking up the victories on Saturday with a classy win in the Tour of the Basque Country, his second straight victory in the race in as many years

Tour of the Basque Country LIVE - Stage 6,  Vuelta Ciclista al País Vasco 2009 Live Dashboard,  Pais Vasco: Last Stage... Live Thread  Earliest live video: 4:25 PM CEST (7:25:00 AM PDT)

Circuit des Ardennes: Stage 2 - results

Women's Novilon Eurocup Ronde van Drenthe, Internationale Novilon Dames Ronde van Drenthe: results

Hammond quietly upbeat about Roubaix chances

Briton feels form is good for Queen of Classics

Tour des Flandres Espoirs: results

49th Tour of the Basque Country - Stage 6 Starting Times

Vuelta Ciclista del Uruguay: Stage 8 - results

Drentse 8 van Dwingeloo: results, report & photos

Circuit des Ardennes: Stage 1 - resultsstart list

Pietermaritzburg MTB World Cup: Men's XC top 20Pietermaritzburg MTB World Cup: Women's XC top 20

MTB - World Cup XC/DH/4X #1: Men's XC - results, Women XC - results, 4X qualifying - results

Classic Images: Seen And Heard In Belgium and France

Access into not only the Quick-Step Service Course (Race Shop) but also get a look at the team's race bikes and ride along the course as they met the cobbles one last time before Paris-Roubaix

Junior National Team's Adam Leibovitz Wins in BelgiumJunior National Team's Adam Leibovitz Wins in B

Adam Leibovitz Dons Yellow in Belgium

Rapha unveils their $4,395 cycling suit

That's right, it wasn't an April fool

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Yehuda Moon comic strip on hiatus  I regret that this will be the last day of 'Yehuda Moon' for a while. I ran out of time and can't continue with the comic - Rick Smith

Road Bike Action News April 11, 2009

Roubaix Preview: Boonen Favored For “Hell Of The North”, First Chinese Rider To Start Roubaix, Hincapie Hopes 14th Time Is The Charm, Contador On Target For Tour

Cycling News Roundup - 11 April 2009 - Team News: Rosters Paris-Roubaix, Lance Armstrong Video, Tour of Turkey, Barloworld in Giro, Theo Bos, Adam Leibovitz Wins Prologue, Ted King Returns, Lampre on Steel Sunday, Colavita Tours

First Edition Cycling News - Prudhomme expects Armstrong at Tour, Armstrong in for the Giro, Contador untouchable in Basque country, Garmin's Maaskant ready for heaven and hell, Haussler makes one last push, BMC's wild Roubaix wildcard ride, Posthuma's secret wish, American success in Asia

Paris-Roubaix News - Cancellara ready to fire Roubaix rockets, Pressure for Silence-Lotto, New vélodrome planned for Roubaix, Hincapie backed by Roubaix experience, Flecha: Fuelled on emotions

NYT: After a Long Winter, It’s All About the Bike

How many riders, male and female, privately pretended to be the windswept, rain-lashed rider out in the French countryside?

Race tech: An early look at the bikes of Paris-Roubaix

Giant have provided Rabobank riders with slightly modified versions

The 'Hell of the North' is always a tough one to call

It all came together for Boonen last year

A growing army of cyclists want to be free to ride free. But some drivers say it's time they paid a fee

There have been calls to charge cyclists a registration fee to help pay for the State Government's $115 million bike strategy, and to help identify rogue cyclists

Trek Documentary series  Videos made by Trek;  Whether you're a Trek fan, an Astana fan, or just want to glimpse more of the pro series scene you'll find something of interest here

MTB News and Notes: Martinez fired, Davison on pavé and more

Apparently 'little Mig' is an even smaller man than many thought

Secrecy surrounds new Intense bike

Internet leak suggests it could be a downhill rig

NYT: New Group Advocating for County Bikers

Elite introduces new water bottle

The Elite Jossa’s innovative membrane valve prevents leakage, yet all you have to do to drink is
squeeze the water bottle in the middle

Final word on the Quarq CinQo & Garmin 705

So, what about the two of them together?

Paris-Roubaix: Preview, Start list, Map, Past winners, Photos, Features & Tech

BMC's wild Roubaix wildcard ride

Bob Roll Fractures Fingers, Wrist Explaining Sprint Run-In

In his patently passionate mannerisms, as his hands flailed, they inadvertently collided

Poland 'can jail drunk cyclists'

Cyclists found to be drunk are serving an average of almost a year in jail

The Sufferfest brings the pain

Video: the most grueling stretch of the road to Roubaix

First Chinese rider for Paris-Roubaix

Paris-Roubaix will welcome its first ever Chinese rider to the start line when Long Jin saddles up for the Dutch team Skil

RBA Video: Fabian Cancellara Talks Cobbles

The confident Saxo-Bank rider talks about how he plans to get another win at Paris-Roubaix

Roubaix: Paying The Piper

Techs-Mechs: On the eve of Roubaix,  Martijn Maaskant's Felt F1 Paris-Roubaix

Garmin-Slipstream will have at least six bikes at the ready for Maaskant to accommodate mechanical failures and at least two of those machines are dedicated Paris-Roubaix rigs specially designed to deal with the unique rigours of the day

Bikemagic/Garmin Guide to GPS: Advanced features

Part 6 As well as the basic "where/how far/how fast" information, some GPS units offer more

BBC: Confessions of a weight-loss cyclist

I would be out of breath going up the stairs because I was winded carrying the extra weight

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Friday, April 10th
Columbia-High Road Celebrates Teutenberg’s Tenth Win of the Season,  Drentse 8 van Dwingeloo Ina-Yoko Teutenberg took her tenth season win by winning the Drentse 8 van Dwingeloo today

Paris-Roubaix News - Boonen heads Quick Step trident, Pozzato: "I am here to win", Hayman ready to give all for Flecha, Backstedt rates Roubaix favorites, Eisel's aim: help Hincapie win Roubaix

Prepping on the cobbles,  Random Cobbled Thoughts

Has anyone ever won Paris-Roubaix on their first try?

Revenge Of The Nerds

MIT'S champion cycling team dishes dirt on wind tunnel wisdom, the art of the team time trial and ideal bottle placement

Euskaltel-Euskadi On the Road In American parlance, the emphasis is on rebuilding, as Basque team Euskaltel-Euskadi takes to the 2009 season with a reduced roster compared with 2008 and an emphasis on youth

Video - Paris-Roubaix Stage 3: the Velodrome,  Michael Barry Report - Paris Roubaix Prep

The cold winter rains that typically drench Europe during the first part of the racing season are now intermittent as the sun occasionally peaks through the clouds to dry out the peloton and the roads

Video: Last 3 Km,  Pinotti hammers home win at Basque TourVuelta al País Vasco: Stage 5 - results,  Tour of the Basque Country - Stage 5 Results

Tour of the Basque Country LIVE - Stage 5Tour of the Basque Country, Stage 5...Live ThreadVuelta Ciclista al País Vasco 2009 Live Dashboard Earliest live video: 3:45 PM CEST (6:45:00 AM PDT)

Columbia Crushing Competition, Sounding the Bell for Clean Cycling

Can anyone resist the force of the Columbia team? Bob Stapleton's squad has shredded all comers of late

MTB - World Cup XC/DH/4X #1: Downhill qualifying - results & reportPreviewStart lists

Circuit de la Sarthe - Stage 5/Final Results,  Circuit Cycliste Sarthe: Stage 5 - results

33rd Giro del Trentino will offer a preview of the Giro d’Italia

Devolder conquers the cobblestones again

Tom Boonen won the Ronde von Vlaanderen twice in a row before compatriot Stijn Devolder turned the trick this season. Boonen and Devolder contributed to the race’s quick pace on Sunday

KBS’ Bajadali wins overall at Tour of Thailand

Andy Bajadali (Kelly Benefit Strategies) wins overall at Tour of Thailand

Crawforth wins opening round of new British Mountain Bike Series

Joseph tops podium in women's race

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Road Bike Action News April 10, 2009

Lance Hits Back At The AFLD, Nothing Broken For Horner, Contador In Control, Astana Announces Paris-Roubaix Team, US Bicycling Hall Of Fame Moves To Davis

Road News and Results - April 10, 2009

First Edition Cycling News - Devolder ready for the double, Pinotti solos to Basque country win, McQuaid critical of AFLD, Zabel mentors Columbia-Highroad youngsters, Slipstream and Highroad back USA Cycling National Development Team, Brandt gears up in Turkey, City of Davis lures US Bicycling Hall of Fame to California

Armstrong fears he will be barred from Tour,  Armstrong on the AFLD: We'll see even more anticsVideo response from Lance Armstrong

"They're plotting against me"

UCI chief Pat McQuaid says Lance Armstrong "had every right to take a shower",  Cycling chief attacks French over Armstrong test The head of world cycling on Friday accused France's anti-doping agency of unprofessional and "disturbing" behavior after it released a report saying Lance Armstrong did not fully cooperate with a drug tester

Lance Armstrong's 'Showergate' saga continues

Now UCI chief is steamed over the French

Davis, Calif. wins bicycling hall  Sought by Madison

USA Cycling welcomes Slipstream & Highroad to Development Team

With the support of Highroad Sports and Slipstream Sports, the USA Cycling National Development Team will continue to provide European racing opportunities for future stars

Latest Cycling News - Highroad-Columbia to give Hincapie Roubaix present, Captain Quinziato ready for Roubaix, Dean injured, out of Roubaix, AFLD decision expected in May, No pressure for Giro-bound Boasson Hagen, Tour of Turkey with Bos, Sainz appeal postponed, Roche at The Devil

Mick Hannah upsets predictions Mick Hannah made a winning return to top flight racing when he stunned the world’s best riders to post the fastest time in downhill qualifying at the first round of the Nissan UCI Mountain Bike World Cup

MTB News & Racing Round-up - South Africa hosting Africa's first triple World Cup, Downhill World Cup action underway, 10 must-know World Cup cross country racers, TransAlp to visit two new towns, American wins Indian stage race, World Mountain Bike Conference cancelled, Australian juniors for 2009 worlds, British downhill series gearing up, Terra Australis a success, Team Torq diary

I like it really hot and just discovered it can kill me

Iron Horse Creditor Disputes Misconduct

California Considers Internet Sales Tax

Why cycling should be sexy

The American bike industry continues to emphasize high-performance bikes designed for spandex-clad enthusiasts who view biking as a sport rather than a means of transportation

Hincapie Launches Denim Website

OC Bicycle Swap Meet Coming Up

Driver who intentionally hit Portland cyclists won't serve time

Study Links Alcohol and Bicycle Deaths

Beaufort, South Carolina Memorial Cycling Classic Set For April 28

66-year old bicycle stolen from 83-year old

1943 Huffy bicycle taken outside nursing home
Handicapping Tomorrow's Pais Vasco ITT Tomorrow gives us this hilly, technical ITT course followed the next day by the Hobbsian (nasty, brutiish, not nearly short enough though)  Paris-Roubaix? It'll be a wonder if we don't pull our eye muscles

Dog Breath: Toujours la France "Was winning the Tour seven times that offensive?!?" — Lance Armstrong firing a bon-mot shot at the French via Twitter

Euro Tech Report: The Bikes Of The Northern Cobbles 2009 Part Two

From The Ronde Van Vlaandren To The Hell Of The North, The Best From The Northern Cobbles

BSNYC Friday Fun Quiz!

According to a recent New York Times article, 21% of cyclists who died in accidents between 1996 and 2005 had alcohol in their bodies

Monique Ryan looks at nutritional strategies for early morning exercisers

Great Wisconsin Challenges!

Those of you that know me, know that I live right near the border of some of the best cycling in the country

Video: Travel To Geraardsbergen, Belgium - Climb "The Muur"

It's one of those things that every cyclist should do before they die

Horner update: No broken bones, Giro still possible

Horner could be up and running by the start of the Giro on May 9

Cannondale: ‘Heart and Soul’ of Bedford

Video: Talk To - Astana's Dirk Demol: Changes For Roubaix

He's seen the race from the saddle, and from inside the team car. Dirk Demol won on the cobbles of Paris-Roubaix in 1988...he's now directing the Astana team at Roubaix

Racing to Hell: Roubaix's hit list,  Roubaix Preview: Steve Bauer RemembersRoubaix Preview: The ContendersParis-Roubaix 2009: Team List and Main Protagonists,  Paris-Roubaix 2009 boasts 27 sections of pavé

After a tumultuous start to the 2009 season, the game of predicting the winner has been made more difficult

NYT: Antidoping Agency Clashes With Armstrong Lance Armstrong could face punishment for falling out of sight of a drug tester last month when warned not to do so, France’s antidoping agency said Wednesday

Fi’zi:k 2009 Limited Edition Team Replica Saddle And Tape Kits

Fi’zi:k’s 2009 Limited Edition Team Replica saddle and tape kits are scheduled to arrive in bike shops in early May

New Product Spotlight: DeathRow Velo - Cycling Clothing with an Edge

DeathRow Velo's New Cycling Clothing Line

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Thursday, April 9th
Sitting In: Unforgettable

Bill Strickland in Belgium, the heart and soul of cycling, as the pros race the Spring Classics

Kelly's Andrew Bajadali secures the overall win at the Tour of Thailand, as the team puts four riders in the top ten, Tour of Thailand: Stage 6 - results

Vuelta Ciclista del Uruguay: Stage 7 - results
General classification after stage 7: 
1 Reid Mumford (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies
2 Scott Zwizanski (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies

American wins Indian MTB race

18-stage event an exercise in survival

10 must-know cross country mountain bikers

País Vasco: Vande Velde third, Contador in control, Horner crashes out, Vuelta al País Vasco: Stage 4 - results & photos, 49th Tour of the Basque Country - Stage 4 ResultsTour of the Basque Country - Stage 4 Results

Switzerland’s Michael Albasini (Columbia) won the 161km fourth stage of the Tour of the Basque Country. Alberto Contador (Astana) retains the yellow jersey with nine seconds ahead of Cadel Evans (Silence-Lotto)

David Millar to ride Edinburgh Nocturne

Garmin-Slipstream rider to race in Scotland

Tour of the Basque Country LIVE - Stage 4, Tour of the Basque Country, Stage 4...Live Thread, ETB Video Feed

Pietermaritzburg round has cross-country, four-cross and downhill

Team Torq: "Racing" the inaugural Terra Australis

57th Circuit Cycliste Sarthe - Stage 4, Circuit Cycliste Sarthe: Stage 4 - results

The Athens Twilight Approaches and Jittery Joes Invites All to Attend

Coming up in just fifteen days, it’s the 30th Annual Athens Twilight professional cycling event and festival for fans, families, and racers

Day in the Columbia team car

Tour of Thailand: Stage 5 - results

Race tech: Ghent-Wevelgem

One last lead-in to Paris-Roubaix

Paradysz hopes to pedal past 24-hour track record Paradysz will try to ride from noon April 25 through noon April 26 to break the 24-hour track record of 629.72 kilometers, set by Kurt Bond

Bicycle-only season at Yellowstone National Park

Interview: BMC’s Brent Bookwalter - on Roubaix, lightpoles and more (part 1)

Brent Bookwalter (BMC) at the start of the 2009 Redlands Criterium

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Road News and Results - April 9, 2009

Road Bike Action News April 9, 2009

Horner Out of Pais Vasco; Injuries Unclear, Guesdon Prepares for Roubaix, Sanctions for Armstrong?, Schumacher Goes to CAS, Kelly Benefit Wraps up in Thailand

107th Paris -Roubaix - The Favorites

Interview: "Road To Roubaix" Directors

The Queen of the Classics is just days away, the perfect time to watch Masterlink Film’s latest production – “Road To Roubaix”

First Edition Cycling News - Hoste has no room for errors, Ballan finds Classics painful from afar, UCI will wait for AFLD decision on Armstrong, Haussler in for Paris-Roubaix, Horner out of Basque Tour, Albasini thanks Columbia with win in Spain, Millar to race Edinburgh Nocturne, Nature Valley Grand Prix Women's race goes invitational

BSNYC: Going With the Flow: How to Evade the Drug Testers

Paris-Roubaix: Mean Time Between Failures Paris-Roubaix has 53km of cobblestones

The Explainer - Why no word?

Video: The Arenberg Trench

Rory Sutherland: USA for sale

We are into the US domestic race season now, and it is a strange year. With race sponsors pulling out for economic reasons, the calendar looks a little barren

Thursday Euro News

Latest Cycling News - Contador takes slim País Vasco lead, Cunego surprised by finish, Rollin reflects on Cervélo's Gent-Wevelgem, Rund um Köln line-up still unclear, BMC Racing selects eight for first Roubaix, Lampre preview Paris-Roubaix pavé, Italy works on Worlds 2013 course, Quick Step the conqueror

Video: Talk To - Quick Step Boss Patrick Lefevere

Eva Lutz: Sun missing in Belgium

Topshop launches cycle accessories for girls

Another 'don’t have to look like a cyclist' 

Cannondale Retailers Discuss Dorel's Move

SRAM Cycling Fund Awards $200,000

WTB Hires Northwest Tech Rep

QBP to Distribute Valencia Sport Group

Mt. Borah Launches Wholesale Ordering

Armstrong's French dope test problems are no joke

The French anti-doping agency says the UCI has given permission to open discipline hearings on Armstrong, AFLD accuse Armstrong of breaching anti-doping rules
Texan denies disappearing before test

The Road to Paris-Roubaix: Lady Luck as Influential as Skill in "Hell"

Winning Sunday's Paris-Roubaix race is among the most coveted and prestigious targets in the game of cycling. For one day races, there are none tougher on the body and mind

Euro Tech Report: The Bikes Of The Northern Cobble 2009 Part One

From The Ronde Van Vlaandren To The Hell Of The North, Road Bike Action Brings You The Best From The Northern Cobbles

Canyon, BMC, come up with some special rides for this Sunday's Paris-Roubaix

Paris-Roubaix Tech: Canyon Bicycles supplies the Silence-Lotto team, and built the Ultimate AL Pave for the riders of Roubaix

Cycling News Flash - Armstrong could face AFLD sanction, Mystery and Intrigue Surround an Armstrong Test, Armstrong breached anti-doping rules - AFLD, AFLD says Armstrong violated its doping rules, French anti-doping agency (AFLD) says it could punish Armstrong

Inside The Quick-Step Race Shop Part 1

Specialized bikes getting ready to go for Sunday's Paris-Roubaix. Each rider has four race bikes and a Transition TT bike

No more Coppi stage, but the alternate still offers a huge challenge

Colom: Free to fly

NorCal Racing League 3: high schoolers roll

365 riders from 33 high schools compete

Surgery for Julian Dean after crash Julian Dean's accident happened early in the race as the peloton approached a roundabout where half the riders went left and half right

“Paris-Roubaix: A Journey Through Hell”

As I’m sure you know by now, the history of Paris-Roubaix dates back to 1896 and the race is shaped as much by the cobblestones as by the WWI battlefields that it passes through and by notoriously fickle weather

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Wednesday, April 8th
Paris-Roubaix: The Stop-Quick-Step-Movement

Maha Chakri Sirindhon's Cup: Tour of Thailand: Stage 5

German Gerald Ciolek Taking His Lumps as New Sprint Leader of Milram Milkmen in 2009
Sometimes being a team leader on a pro tour team can be harder than it looks. Just ask Milram's sprinter Gerald Ciolek

Over 500 racers expected at Lower Providence criterium Sunday, April 19

Cat 4 women tearing it up in 2008

Vuelta Ciclista del Uruguay: Stage 6 - results

Agritubel's David Le Lay takes lead at Sarthe as American Jeff Louder moves into the top ten

Alberto Contador wins stage 3 of the Basque tour and takes over the lead from Sanchez, Vuelta al País Vasco: Stage 3 - results & report, Contador flies to grab Basque Country lead

Spaniard flexing Tour muscles in April

Gent: The Ed Report Pt. 1

Columbia's Boasson Hagen wins Ghent-Wevelgem, Gent - Wevelgem: results, Ghent-Wevelgem: Edvald Boasson Hagen wins two up sprint

Columbia-Highroad didn't need the Cavendish card

2009 Circuit de la Sarthe - Stage 3 Results, Circuit Cycliste Sarthe: Stage 3 - results

Gent - Wevelgem: Live coverage, Gent-Wevelgem LIVE

Tour of the Basque Country LIVE - Stage 3, 49th Tour of the Basque Country - Stage 3 Live

Living the Dream: A New Toy

As a self-proclaimed numbers nerd, this Jelly Belly rider considers the data from a good power meter essential to his training

Girvan 2009: The Big Preview

Barloworld invited to centenary Giro d'Italia

The British-registered Team Barloworld has been given the final place in this year's Giro d'Italia, boosting the number of British riders in the centenary edition of the Italian stage race

Armstrong? He sucks! I wanna be Rambo! Eeckhout is the manliest man of Flanders

AN OPEN LETTER TO: Juan Carlos Castaño, President of the Real Federacion Espanol de Ciclismo, Mr Mike Victor, President of Cycling Australia, Mr Pat McQuaid, President of the UCI, Kate Ellis, Minister for Sport, Australia, His Excellency Mr Jaime Lissavestsky, Minister for Sport, Espana, Mr John Fahey, President, World Anti Doping Agency, and Mr Ettore Torri, Comitato Olimpico Nazionale Italiano

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Who is the best pure climber in the last 15 years?

MTB News & Racing Round-up - Felt Team cancels contract with Martinez, Näf sidelined by illness, Kurschat surprises & Wloszczowska wins in South Africa, Barel injured, Team Massi to World Cup, Taberlay & Sawicki win Sagebrush Safari, Graf & Osl capture Swiss opener wins, Bundesliga starts with U23s, Scott11 backs new gravity team, Aussie 24-hour championships, Lopes in BikeRadar dual slalom action, Norcal round three

Road News and Results - April 8, 2009

Road Bike Action News April 8, 2009

Armstrong Optimistic For Giro, Contador On Schedule For Tour, Australian Cycling Reacts To Dajka Death, Kelly Benefit Strategies Keeps It Rolling In Thailand

Race tech: One last lead-in to Paris-Roubaix

A roundup of recent tech news: Sachs has new products, Genuine Innovations offers a sneak peak, and more

Interview: Jake Keough of Kelly Benefit Strategies

Jake Keough (KBS) does a wheelie across the finish line after crashing in the final lap

First Edition Cycling News - Boasson Hagen: New generation with little cycling history, Stapleton proud of team's Gent-Wevelgem performance, Fine finish for faultless Saxo Bank pair, Former winner Steels gives Gent-Wevelgem lowdown, Giro loses its top, Barloworld gains last Giro spot, "Good samaritan" arrested in Armstrong bike theft, Schumacher appeals to CAS

Wednesday's British news round-up

Latest Cycling News - Farrar aims for Giro d'Italia, País Vasco: Contador eyes favourites, Cunego ready for País Vasco test, Roubaix: Ticket to torture in northern France, Ballan in France for Paris-Roubaix, Tour of Turkey offers lead up to Grand Tours, Lorenzetto to leave hospital

Inside the Quick Step dynasty

The Quick Step team 2009 - the next Mapei '96?

Ex-Champ Dajka's Death Saddens Cycling Fraternity -

Economy Puts Ladera Out of Business

The Orange County, California, shop fell victim to a combination of factors including plummeting sales in February and March, low cash flow and sky-high rent

Isaac Cycles Closes German Sales Office

Iron Horse Bankruptcy Switches to Chap. 11

BLC Panel to Center on Economic Situation

Gent-Wevelgem'09: A Perfect Flandrian Spring Day

Lance Versus France (All Over Again) 

By Bob Roll - Lance Armstrong has made international headlines once again.  No it wasn’t about anything race related or an update on his collarbone injury or even anything to do with his cancer initiatives; instead it was about his “behavior” during a recent unannounced drug test on March 17

Video: More cobbles for Paris-Roubaix

Hincapie Sportswear launches denim line

Who knew George played guitar?

Roubaix Preview: Vanderaerden's Epic

Gent-Wevelgem'09: A Perfect Flandrian Spring Day

Denied a Tour of California invite, Kelly Benefit Strategies goes on a tear overseas

Mirco Lorenzetto improves

The condition of Lampre-NGC’s Mirco Lorenzetto is getting better and better. The cyclist, who was involved in a crash during Tour of Flanders, received assurances from the neurological staff of Saint Elisabeth hospital in Zottegem that there are no important consequences from the hit to his head

BSNYC: Synthesis: Putting It Together

Fit Chick: Monkey Business

Video: Rain and Pain - Wednesday's Best Day, Worst Day

The rain that was falling on the start of the Gent-Wevelgem classic gave us a chance to talk to a couple of guys about their good days, and bad days

Giro modifies blockbuster stage to stay within Italian borders, Giro organisers forced to alter 10th stage

Farrar eyes Romandie comeback

Schumacher appeals 2-year ban for doping at Tour, German cyclist Schumacher appeals two-year doping ban

New fixie tool from Portland Design Works

3wrencho tyre lever/axle nut tool spreads peanut butter

Cycling comes to Laguna Seca today with twilight races

More on bikes and social media Since my post about Twitter’s natural fit with the rapport between pro cyclists and fans, Levi Leipheimer has provided a far more succinct explanation than I ever could

First look: Electra Delivery 3i

Modern-day twist on an old French bike

Downtown Ann Arbor employers step up for Commuter Challenge

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Tuesday, April 7th
Flanders: Pre-Riding Gent-Wevelgem, Gent - Wevelgem, April 8: Preview, Start list, History, Map

It's the cobbles and the uphillness that signify the start of the Kemmelberg

BMC’s Jeff Louder from Redlands to Roubaix

Jeff Louder (BMC) stays in control under attacks in the final stage of the Redlands Bicycle Classic

Yury Trofimov (Bouygues Telecom) wins stage 2 in the Basque, as Sanchez retains the lead, Vuelta al País Vasco: Stage 2 - results, Ben Swift third in Pais Vasco

49th Tour of the Basque Country - Stage 2 Live, Tour of the Basque Country LIVE, Vuelta Ciclista al País Vasco 2009 Live Dashboard, Tour of the Basque Country, Stage Two... Live Discussion

Cycling Fans and Steephill TV have links to the Universal Sports US - Geo restricted - with no commentary - and the Spanish language ETB feed. Look for the videos somewhere between 9:35-10 am Eastern

Global Ride Virtual Cycling DVDs
 global ride virtual cycling spinning dvds
Global Ride's Virtual Cycling DVDs give indoor cyclists a unique first-person riding experience

The Maha Chakri Sirindhon's Cup: Tour of Thailand: Stage 4, Erker takes lead, Tour of Thailand: Stage 4 - results

Martin Kohler Snags 3rd Place in Sarthe GC With Breakaway Bonus Seconds for BMC, Rossi snags stage 1 at Sarthe, Circuit Cycliste Sarthe: Stage 1 - results, 2009 Circuit de la Sarthe - Stage 1 Results

MTB - US Cup West #3 - Sagebrush Safari: results, report & photos

Hammond riding to win at Ghent-Wevelgem

Roger Hammond Het Nieuwsblad 2009, Lloyd replaces Hushovd in Cervelo line-up

Vuelta Ciclista del Uruguay: Stage 5 - results Reid Mumford (USA) Kelly Benefit Strategies leads the GC

Prix de Nogent-sur-Oise: results

Tour of Thailand: Stage 3 - results

MTB - - Copenhagen: results

MTB - Internazionali d'Italia - Marlene Sunshine Race: results & report

MTB - Sundown International Cup - Araxa: results

MTB - New Zealand Marathon Championships: results & report

Video: SDCBS - Rene Herse

Mike Kone of Rene Herse Bicycles shows us a bike he built for a customer

MTB - British 4X National Championships - UK Bike Park:  results, report & photo

MTB - British Cross Country Series #1 - Sherwood Pines: results

Global bicycle trekker Pablo Garcia in Qatar

Cyclops: Cycling Oriented Puppet Squad Launch and Call for Auditions

Name Kona's New Bike Contest

'Share the Road' license plate is rolled out

NJ cyclists hope proposed bill will improve safety on roads

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Road News and Results: April 7, 2009 Heinrich Haussler back to the land down under, Sylvain Chavanel will race Paris Roubaix, Valverde decision in May, another Austrian doper, Lance Armstrong controversy and more

First Edition Cycling News  Aldag: Cavendish not guaranteed Wevelgem win, Sutton could be key to beating Cavendish, Top sprinters out of Wevelgem, Armstrong responds to AFLD report, Valverde hearing date set, Dajka death not suspicious, Backstedt returns to the road, Hovelijnck motivator for Quick Step

Road Bike Action News April 7, 2009

Two Top Sprinters Out of Gent-Wevelgem, Tough Love from Lefevere, Jobie Dajka Dead at 27, Kelly Benefit Strategies Flying Overseas, Top Bike Shops of 2008

Blazin' Saddles: Chain reaction

While Stijn Devolder was busy defending his Flanders crown, fortune smiled less favourably on Fabian Cancellara and Thor Hushovd

Interview with Jonathan Maus of

Holy Week Feedbag
I am no longer convinced that this will be overly decisive, and am counting on the weather to make this race interesting

Video: Gent-Wevelgem Preview - Climbing the Kemmelberg

This Belgian classic comes smack-dab between the Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix, two of the great monuments of cycling

Ouachita Challenge: The Full 80

Cavendish ready and waiting for Ghent-Wevelgem, Mark Cavendish is a favorite for Wednesday's Ghent-Wevelgem

Italians set Valverde disciplinary hearing for May 11
Alejandro Valverde's fate and future will be decided on May 11 when the Italian Tribunale nazionale antidoping will hold a disciplinary hearing in Rome and decide if the Spaniard is guilty of doping

Cycling star Jobie Dajka found dead, Australian Dajka reported dead - media Australia's former world cycling champion Jobie Dajka was found dead on Tuesday, local media reported. Dajka, who was 27, was found dead in his Adelaide home

Latest Cycling News (updated) - Cavendish out for another Classic, Windy Wevelgem a chance for Clerc?, Contador sees rivals in good form, De Waele 10th in Flanders, Flanders final accident report, Sky appoints operations manager, Australian track cyclist found dead, Kelly Benefit Strategies finds success in Uruguay, Ng calls for indoor velodrome in Kuala Lumpur

Cycling fashion that I hope to never see in Boise, Rapha clothing: where cycling geek meets fashion chic

Does Einstein's retro outfit inspire Rapha designers?

Twitterati  According to Lance

Bob Roll - "Lance Armstrong twitters  many times every day.  Does anyone reading this not know what twitter is?  For those who may not know, as far as I can tell twitter  is a networking tool similar to myspace and facebook where people can communicate collectively"

Last Minute Roubaix Training. Or, How I Plan To Meet The Rocks

Interbike Opens a Portion of OutDoor Demo East to Consumers

Saul Raisin Signs Books At River City Bicycles May 9

Wilier Triestina USA Announces Bike Sponsorship of Pro Triathlete Kate Major
Review: “Road To Roubaix”

If you are a fan of cycling or cycling history, Paris-Roubaix is likely on your “bucket list” of races. It is, without question, an epic race

Pro Bike: Fabian Cancellara's Saxo Bank Specialized S-Works Tarmac SL2

CSC-Saxo Bank infrastructure is still in place but Cancellara has found himself with a new frameset and now even a whole different set of componentry for 2009 nonetheless

Registration now open for 2009 UCI BMX World Championships

Registration for the 2009 UCI BMX World Championships, July 20-26 in Adelaide, Australia, is now open

Hawaii Pro-Am Mountain Bike Race Makes Bid for Cyclocrossers With Huge Payouts

African event opens the 2009 Nissan UCI Mountain Bike World Cup presented by Shimano

The inaugural event will be held in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, on 11-12 April. This will be the first time since the series was launched that a triple event has taken place on African soil

Arrests Made In Theft Of Armstrong's Bike

Sacramento police arrested two people in connection with the theft of Lance Armstrong's one-of-a-kind time-trial bike

SoCal Customs: San Diego Custom Bicycle Show

With The Success Of Other Handmade Bicycle Shows, The Master Builders Of Southern California Have Launched Their Own Show. Road Bike Action Takes A Look At What The First Annual San Diego Custom Bicycle Show Has To Offer

BSNYC: Perception - Enlightenment or Madness?

NY Velocity Interviews Michael Ashenden NY Velocity has published a lengthy and detailed interview with Michael Ashenden, the anti-doping researcher

Armstrong Responds on Astana SiteAP: Armstrong defends himself over test behavior, Lance Armstrong says he is outraged over claims that he misbehaved during an out-of-competition doping test in France, Armstrong explains "behaviour" during 24th dope test

Texan's suspicions aroused in France March 17

NYT: Mixed Returns for High-End Cycling

Richard Hodosh discusses his purchase of an $18,000 bicycle with triathalon coach and personal bicycle fitter Dianna Ineman, at Cadence, a bike shop in Tribeca where new fully equipped bicycles can cost $20,000

Klöden: Quiet, methodical and looking to July, Cavendish out for another Classic

A Conversation With Magnus Backstedt

Talks at length about all the good stuff, coffee, his new team, the future, and of course Roubaix

Go to “Flight School” with Redline’s Jason Carne$

In a concerted effort to help pump up the sport of BMX and its newest members, and further promote the REDLINE brand of bikes and products, 6-time ABA No.1 Vet Pro JASON CARNE$ will be stopping off at tracks throughout this summer to put on a Free Flight School (BMX Clinic)

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Monday, April 6th
Holy Week Part 2: Gent - Wevelgem

The real story of the parcours has three chapters

Jim Miller named USAC's permanent athletic director, USA Cycling's Miller named Director of Athletics

Named interim director of athletics last February, Jim Miller was officially appointed to the post on Monday and will oversee all of USA Cycling's athletic programs

Flanders: The Holy Muur

USA Cycling releases European development team rosters and April schedule

Alison Starnes Earns First Professional Win in Santa Cruz

Alison Starnes (center) Leads Tibco in Santa Cruz

49th Tour of the Basque Country - Stage 1 ResultsSánchez takes Pais Vasco opener, Vuelta al País Vasco: Stage 1 - results, report & photos

Grand Prix de Dottignies: results & report

Preview: Ghent-Wevelgem 2009, How Hoban won Ghent-Wevelgem in 1974

Pais Vasco aka Tour of the Basque Country, Stage One... Live Commentary

Tour of the Basque Country LIVE, Vuelta Ciclista al País Vasco 2009 Live Dashboard

Live streaming video every day starting at 10 AM ET (90 min)

Vuelta Ciclista del Uruguay: Stage 4 - results

Le Triptyque des Monts et Châteaux: Stage 4 -  results

OUCH Rider John Murphy Wins in Long Beach

Taberlay, Sawicki win US Cup round 3 in San Diego

2009 Sagebrush Safari: Sawicki en route to the victory

3 wins in 3 days for Kelly Benefit Strategies at the Vuelta Ciclista del Uruguay, Vuelta Ciclista del Uruguay: Stage 3 - results, Stage 2

Cinturón Ciclista a Mallorca: Stage 4 - results

Trofeo Banca Popolare di Vicenza: results

La Boucle de l'Artois - Trophée Arras Leader: Stage 3 -  results

Kovarik and Moseley storm to victory in South Africa

Kurschat and Wloszczowska win MTN Cup cross-country

UCI Africa Tour – Competition for top spot heats up

Cinturón Ciclista a Mallorca: Stage 3 - results

Volta ao Alentejo em Bicicleta: Stage 5 - results

Free webinar surrounding USA Cycling MTB and CX national programs

USA Cycling's Marc Gullickson will be presenting a free webinar on the national governing body's mountain bike and cyclo-cross programs on April 13

Zoic relaunches website

Zoic's new website includes a blog, Spring 2009 clothing line, and sections focused on adventure travel

Wrenched and Ridden: Castelli Insolito Radiation Jacket

The Castelli Insolito Radiation jacket has zip-off sleeves and zippered ventilation ports on the chest

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First Edition Cycling News - Breschel builds for Classics showdown, Northern double dreaming for Devolder, Sánchez claims País Vasco victory, Knee injury changes Sánchez's País Vasco approach, AFLD reports Armstrong's behaviour, Chavanel gets Roubaix call-up, Nothing broken for Hushovd, G'day cobber: Haussler will still ride for Australia, Sportif to raise funds for fire relief, USAC locks in Miller for athletics role

The physics of why bicyclists hate stop signsUniversity of California Paper: Why Bicyclists Hate Stop Signs

Insert outrage: Readers have a lot to say about the "Idaho Stop" bill teetering in the Legislature. But the science of the commute says the idea makes a lot of sense

Road News and Results - April 6, 2009, Monday Euro News

Road Bike Action News April 6, 2009

Contador To Skip Classics, Devolder Climbs To Sixth In UCI Rankings, Chavanel To Start Paris-Roubaix, Sanchez Still On Form, OUCH Racks Up The Wins

Monday's British news round-up

Interbike goes public at OutDoor Demo East

New Ranking for UCI Professional Continental Teams, Press release : Publication of the new UCI World Ranking (4), Haussler, next leader of the UCI World Ranking?
Germany’s Heinrich Haussler of the Cervelo Test Team is the revelation of the cycling’s one-day spring classics and is now close to the top of the latest UCI World Rankings

Latest Cycling News - Haussler: "Quick Step deserved the win", Van Hecke misses Ronde podium, Flanders accident report, País Vasco: Astana show continues, Columbia-Highroad eyes stage wins in Basque Country, Cavendish favoured in Wevelgem, Vandenbroucke back, Brenes holds form in Mergelland, Ronde tourists set record

Inside Sunday: Dan Lloyd's Take On De Ronde, Dan Lloyd talks about his Tour of Flanders ride

Racing this week - Of txapelas and pavé

In the spring a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of ... mud?

Mavic WINtech HR Wireless Computer

The WINtech HR features everything that one would expect to find on a high-end, wireless cycling computer and heart rate monitor

Race tech: Tour of Flanders

Kinder weather keeps the special machines at home

Tour of Nevada City - One of the Oldest Bicycle Races in the Country

New bike club and park gets under way: Cycling club formed; bike trails, park planned Plattsburg

San Diego Custom Bicycle Show 2009 - Cyclocross Highlights

Rock Lobster's show-stopper singlespeed. by Chris Fly

UCSC grad Miller finishes second behind teammate Starnes at Santa Cruz Classic Criterium

Bicyclist needs one more ride to achieve complete US circuit

Product Review: Castelli Women's Line

Testing Castelli’s Rosso Corsa Melbourne dress and 'Truly Free' Bib short for Women

Doyle pushes for Wis. cycling courses in 2016

Sad Saxos: Bjarne Riis' Bunch Searching for Wins, Answers to Slow 2009 Start

For the first part of the 2008 cycling season, Bjarne Riis and his then CSC sponsored team were on top of the world

Thor OK, wrist not broken

Mach, Secrist win Cherry Blossom Classic
2009 Cherry Blossom Cycling Classic: Bissell's Paul Mach wins stage 1 and takes an insurmountable lead.
2009 Cherry Blossom Cycling Classic: Bissell's Paul Mach wins stage 1 and takes an insurmountable lead

BSNYC: The Indignity of Commuting by Bicycle: The Spring Classics

More to say about the April 1 stories, Team USA's kit, Connie Carpenter's writing, and more

Great moments in Classics history

There is something about the Classics which makes one sentimental

Video: Quick Step Retro Jersey

USA Cycling National Development Team's Barton and Phinney finish in top 10 of Triptyque , National Development Team's Barton and Phinney top 10 at Triptyque

Chris Barton and Taylor Phinney finished fifth and ninth respectively overall at the 2.2-rated Triptyque des Monts et Chateaux race in Belgium

Cobble Technology, Cobble Tech: Ben Delaney checks out what the teams are using on the cobbles this year.

Flanders Tech: Silence-Lotto rides German Canyon bikes. Unlike his teammates, Philipe Gilbert's bike had Mavic Ksyriums

Voeckler kits up for Circuit de la Sarthe

French doping agency sends Armstrong report to WADA, L'equipe article about one of Armstrong's doping tests, Armstrong In Trouble For Drug-Test Attitude

After a drug test on March 17th, the AFLD sample-taker warned Armstrong that he was going to compile a report about Armstrong's attitude

Interview: Michael Ashenden, Spiking Armstrong's '99 Samples The probability of sabotage, or, the Lance doubters are at it again

Video: Tour of Flanders - Talk To Cozza and Hincapie

Ask RC: What should I check on my bike before the first ride of the year?

First order of business is to check the tires and tubes. Make sure the tubes hold air and the tires are free of cuts and dry rot

Race tech: New bits from Ronde van Vlaanderen

Tour De Boro to help raise funds for Department of Recreation and Leisure Services

Back in the day

Packing up my office at the Allied Box Factory last week unearthed a trove of marketing collaterals from the 2005 and 2006 Kodak Gallery/Sierra Nevada teams: six-pack carriers, media kits, team cards, and more

Industry Rallies to Amend New Lead Law

Kinetic Koffee Donating Otter Sales to WBR

BTI Website Receives Facelift for 2009

New bike club and park gets under way

Cyclist Calls Attention to Safety Issues Unfortunately, cyclists and motorists can come too close to each other at times

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Sunday, April 5th
Flanders Edition Cycling News - Déjà vu in Flanders, Boonen curses his shadow, Pozzato empty-handed on a Quick Step day, Maaskant dodges crash on his way to fourth, Cancellara caught in chain of bad luck, Quinziato brave against dominant team, Quick Step almost didn't start Flanders, García Acosta & Lorenzetto injured

93rd Ronde van Vlaanderen - Team CommentsFour Aces and a Straight Flush

Flanders: Video Links to Highlights of the climbs (in reverse order) and the Last Km

Devolder repeats at Flanders, Devolder wins Tour of Flanders for second straight time, Ronde van Vlaanderen: results & photos

George Hincapie and Edvald Boasson Hagen ride in the bunch for Columbia-Highroad

Teutenberg takes women's Flanders, Women's World Cup Ronde van Vlaanderen, Cooke fourth in women's Tour of Flanders. Women's Ronde van Vlaanderen: results & report

MTB - South African National Cup Series #4: Downhill - results & report

MTB - Benelux Cup #1 - Bertrix: results

MTB - Racer Bikes Cup: results & report

Live Video Feed (English), Ronde van Vlaanderen: Live coverage, Tour of Flanders 2009 Live Dashboard, Tour of Flanders LIVE video feeds, De Ronde van Vlaanderen... LIVE

Paolini wins final, Pietropolli tops Lombarda, Settimana Ciclista Lombarda: Stage 6 - results, 39th Settimana Lombarda - Stage 6

Bouet rides bonus to victory in Portugal

The Maha Chakri Sirindhon's Cup: Tour of Thailand: Stage 1, Tour of Thailand - Stage 1 - Bell 3rd

Vuelta Ciclista del Uruguay - Stage 2 - Mumford Wins , Vuelta Ciclista del Uruguay: Stage 2

57 years and cycling

"We do everything except manufacture bicycles"

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Universal TV will broadcast Tour of the Basque Country Starting April 6, stage 1, Ataun-Ataun, 9:30 a.m. ET

First Edition Cycling News - Teutenberg speeds to victory, Sanremo to Flanders: Haussler's monumental spring, Lefevre's winning recipe, Columbian men crash out of contention at Flanders, Contador ready for País Vasco, Sastre encouraged after GP Miguel Indurain, Danielson on track for Giro, Cozza confident after Flanders debut

Ironman champs save best for last

Matt Reed celebrates after rallying to win the Ironman 70.3 California in Oceanside

This Week's News Powers leads NVPS, KBS racing and winning on two continents, Kem back

Flanders ’09: Devolder De-Double, Stijn Devolder Solos To Flanders Win

Belgium's Devolder makes it two years in a row with his victory today at the Tour of Flanders

Locomotive Devolder & Quick.Step Steamroll To Powerhouse Win at 93rd Ronde van Vlaanderen

Quick.Step Dominates Cervelo & Katusha In 93rd Ronde van Vlaanderen

Video: Talk To Amber Rais - An American in Flanders

She's an American, who lives in Austria, and is prone to quoting Bruce Lee when she talks

It`s All Because Of La Plagne

I sat and I watched, and I cheered

Cyclist on course to set new world record

Lyttle wins as Barry takes over in Benchmark Series Scott Lyttle scored his second consecutive Benchmark Homes Tour win on Sunday winning Round Four, as Daniel Barry took over the series lead

Cycling's Sages: Age and Guile beat Youth, Innocence, and a Bad Haircut With apologies to P.J. O’Rourke, whose book of the same name is pure genius and should be required reading of anyone who can

Hello Neighbor Welcome to spring, the season of change and new growth. The birds are chirping and the floor pumps are filling neglected tires

Trek Announces 2009 Women Who Ride Contest Winners “I don’t believe it! Woo-hoo! Thanks for the opportunity. I’m stoked and just flat-out overjoyed. Can you tell I’m screaming?!”

Stijn Devolder takes second Tour of Flanders win

Minor placings to Haussler and Gilbert

Interview: Déjà vu in Flanders

One year after claiming his first victory in the Ronde van Vlaanderen, Team Quick Step's Stijn Devolder pulled off another glorious solo ride to Meerbeke

Boonen: 'Flanders harder to win than Roubaix'

Mojo unveils 2009 DH/XC team, Scott launches new 'gravity' team

Seven-rider downhill/4X development squad

Sky’s the limit for Welsh ace Geraint Thomas

Cyclists pay heavy toll on roads it is not clear whether the activity is becoming more dangerous or just more popular

Evans: Once more, with feeling - Cyclists need more protection

Pro Cyclocross Rumors and Rumblings - Special Tour of Flanders Outlook

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Saturday, April 4th
Road Bike Action News April 4, 2009

Boonen To Show Pozzato Tactical Way To Win Flanders, 19,000 Cycling Tourists Ride Flanders Course, VDB Is Back!, David De La Fuente Wins GP Miguel Indurain

MTB - South African National Cup Series #4: Cross country - results, report & photos

Tom Boonen speaks during final countdown to Flanders

It is the biggest race of the season for the Flemish rider and his Quick Step team but he is quietly confident of taking a third victory after success in 2005 and 2006

De la Fuente wins in Spain, Video: Gran Premio Miguel Indurain 2009 Final Kilometers, GP Miguel Indurain: results, Gran Premio Miguel Indurain, GP Miguel Indurain... LIVE, Live ticker with Google English Traslation, GP Miguel Indurain live video streaming scheduled to begin at 15:50 CET (9:50am U.S. Eastern)

Boonen still oddsmakers' favorite to win Flanders

Boonen says this race is suited for him

25th Hel van het Mergelland, Hel van het Mergelland: results & report

Barbosa wins again in Portugal

Remember him? Vandenbroucke wins in France, La Boucle de l'Artois - Trophée Arras Leader: Stage 2 - results

Pozzovivo wins big in Lombarda; Pietopolli takes lead, Settimana Ciclista Lombarda: Stage 5 - results, 39th Settimana Lombarda - Stage 5

Flanders'08: Shotgun With Bert Roesems

Video: Tour of Flanders - A Trip Around Bruges

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Cycling News Roundup - 4 April 2009  - Team News Tour of Flanders & Vuelta al Pais Vasco Rosters, Tour of the Basque County Live Online, KBS wins in Uruguay, USA Cycling Squads to Europe, Book: Journey Through Hell, and more

Topshop cashes in on women's cycling boom

Cyclodelic's visible cycle-wear on sale at Topshop

First Edition Cycling News - GP Indurain winner upsets favorites, Devolder seeks Ronde victory repeat, Absent Cavendish offers Ronde predictions, Hincapie seeking Flanders win, Sparks flying at World Cup warm-up in South Africa, Next round of US MTB Cup to Sage Brush, Smail & Leary face off at New Zealand marathon nationals, USA Cycling supporting 34 racers in Europe in April

Hincapie: Out for a Ronde van Vlaanderen win, Video: Hincapie talks the classics

Hear what George Hincapie, Team Columbia, has to say about the classics.  Northern Classics champions George Hincapie and Marcus Burghardt will lead the Columbia-Highroad team in the Tour of Flanders on Sunday

Dan Proulx Interview

‘Popemobile’ Commissioned for Tour de France Commissar

In an effort to view Tour de France proceedings better and more comfortably, chief race commissar, Philippe Dufault, has ordered the delivery of a purpose-built vehicle from which to oversee the event

Top downhillers head to South Africa

National race will be warm-up for next week's World Cup round

U.S. Cup announces TrailWatch.Net Triple Crown Short Track presented by Escape Adventures

Tour of Flanders 2009 Live Dashboard

Spain's Juan Antonio Flecha of Rabobank grits and powers his way to the top of the Muur, a steep 90m high, cobbled climb near the end of the Tour of Flanders (aka Ronde van Vlaanderen) route. Flecha was 3rd to the top and 3rd on the day

Ronde van Vlaanderen: Preview,
Final start list,
Past winners

Women's Ronde van Vlaanderen: Preview,
Start list,
Past winners

Vuelta al País Vasco: preview, Upcoming: Vuelta Pais Vasco, April 6-11

The Vuelta Pais Vasco, a six day stage race alternative to the cobbled-Flandrian classics, begins on Monday

Today's Long Beach Bicycle Festival features some of the best road cyclists in the country

Live coverage of Tour of Basque Country begins Monday

Are There Any Benefits To A Massage Before Riding?

The results of massage may be debatable

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Friday, April 3rd
USA Cycling sends 34 athletes to Europe for April racing campaign

Taylor Phinney (center) and several members of the USA Cycling National Development Team kicked off their European racing campaign Friday in Belgium

Barton opens National Team's Belgian campaign with third place

USA Cycling National Development Team member Chris Barton takes a feed before placing third in the opening stage of Triptyque des Monts et Chateaux in Belgium

French rider Jerome Coppel wins the Route Adélie de Vitré in France, Route Adélie de Vitré:  results

Cinturón Ciclista a Mallorca: Stage 2 - results

Vuelta Ciclista del Uruguay: Stage 1 - results

Hammond's bike stolen in Belgium

The Cervelo bike is valued at €10,000

With a TT win, Hector Guerra (Liberty Seguros) takes control of the Volta ao Alentejo in Portugal, Volta ao Alentejo em Bicicleta: Stage 3 - results

Le Triptyque des Monts et Châteaux: Stage 1 - results

Twitter, facebook and blogs for Women’s teams, Twitter, facebook and blogs for riders on Men’s US & Canadian UCI teams

There’s been a lot of buzz around the presence of cycling on twitter but there are other avenues to follow the cycling world: blogs (yes still) and facebook to start

Settimanna Lombarda - Stage 4 Video

Alessandro Petacchi snags his second win at the Settimana Lombarda and maintains his overall lead39th Settimana Lombarda - Stage 4 , Settimana Ciclista Lombarda: Stage 4 - results & report

Astana bets on youth for Flanders, Boonen: Eager as ever for classics win

Young Gun: Adam Blythe, Geoff Kabush: Helmet cam Twitter mania, Interview: Tom Southam

Preview: De Ronde Van Vlaanderen, Hincapie, Burghardt ready for Flanders, Flanders: Boonen wants face-off with Pozzato, Bennati to Ride the Ronde

Hincapie skipped De Panne so he can be ready for Sunday

Video: Wij Zijn Er Klaar Voor (we are ready), Tour of Flanders - Ronde van Vlaanderen History, Lost Boys: The Forgotten Favorites of the 2009 Tour of Flanders

Sastre's Giro prep include Basque tour, AGR and Liège


This is where everything began, and when I say everything I mean my love for the "pavé."  Strange, isn't it?  I lived at 248 Lebensohn Street, a cobbled street, and every time I went out cycling, whether for training or transportation, I had to ride a good stretch of these stones

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First Edition Cycling News - Basque week an alternative to cobbled Classics, Women's Ronde to see a new winner?, Keough wins opening stage in Uruguay, Valverde slated for Basque week, Bennati will start the Ronde, despite leg injury, Carlos Sastre to refine form in the Basque country, Columbia-Highroad women optimistic about the Ronde, Five more arrests in Austrian doping case, Basque Tour goes Universal

Road Bike Action News April 3, 2009

Wide Open Battle For 93rd Ronde Van Vlaanderen, Five More Arrested In Austria, Bad Lance, Good Lance, Barton Podiums In Belgium

George Hincapie says the Tour of Flanders and Paris-Roubaix are his most important races of the year, Flanders: The Hard Part, Tour of Flanders top 10 prediction, Saxo's Kroon calls Pozzato the favorite for Sunday's Tour of Flanders
Cycling Weekly sticks its neck out to predict how the top 10 will turn out at the Tour of Flanders on Sunday

Caffeine reduces muscle soreness after cycling

Landis to race in Tour of the Battenkill pro cycling eventLandis' comeback bid includes upstate NY event

Tour of California and Tour of Georgia winner Floyd Landis will be among the competitors in the 2009 Tour of the Battenkill Professional Invitational road cycling race on April 19 in Cambridge

National Development Team's Barton Third in Opening Stage of Triptyque Des Monts et Chateuax

Preliminary Start List for Gent-Wevelgem announced

As has been the case so far this season, it’s subject to change. Who know how many riders will break their collarbone?

Latest Cycling News - Armstrong returns to road, Giro on the horizon, Flanders: Boonen wants face-off with Pozzato, Hincapie one of Columbia's two-pronged strategy, Irish champ Martin back for Amstel Gold, Femur surgery for Caldwell, Ullrich and Klöden to lose Olympic medals?, Riha vows to fight for cycling, Landis heads team at Battenkill

Friday's British news round-up, Friday's international news round-up

Ironman 70.3 California grueling physical test for nearly 2,000 elite athletes

The dominant physical feature of the Ironman 70.3 California is the 56-mile bike course, which stretches through Camp Pendleton

BikeRadar video of the week: Brutal crash scene

Viewers of a queasy disposition look away now

3T Ventus LTD

The choice of the Cervélo team, the full carbon Ventus LTD from 3T comes to the market with the thinnest base bar cross section, minimalist brake levers and an integrated stem

Interview: Jeremiah Dylan Dean

Cyclists of the region, unite!

Thor Hushovd: Does he stand a chance?

The Labor of This Love...

Does the Tour of Flanders really come on at 2:40am Pacific?

New Cervélo TestTeam bikes for the cobbled Classics

This weekend’s Tour of Flanders and the fast-approaching Paris-Roubaix Classic will see the Cervélo Test Team try out some new equipment from Cervélo, Zipp, Vittoria and other suppliers

Video: Welcome to Belgium...Have Some Frites!

It's a typical spring day in Bruges. 40 degrees, cloudy and windy. But no rain. Not yet, anyway

BSNYC Fiday Frun Quiz!

What do these two things have in common?

Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca to open track for bicycle training

More doping arrests in Austria

Scott Bicycles announces new devo program: Scott11

Scott Bicycles announces a new World Cup Downhill and Four Cross Team

Shimano shaves some weight and adds Dura-Ace 7900 features to its more affordable group, Shimano Raises The Bar: First Look At 2010 Ultegra

For 2010 Ultegra receives a complete revamp that incorporates many of the innovations that were developed for the Dura Ace 7900 series

Tech news: New Scott TT bike; Changes to Cannondale in US, New Scott time trial bike on the way for Team Columbia-Highroad

Online video shows cutting edge technology behind Plasma 2's successor

Dorel's Recreational/Leisure Segment Launches Worldwide Centers of Excellence Strategy, Cannondale shuttering US production

Mass consolidation with Dorel bike brands

Time to get back in touch - It’s time for us to get back in touch with the two-wheeled scene

Fox Racing Shocks Founder Talks Poker

Lake Cycling Appoints Managing Director

NYT - Portland, Portland Style: Touring by Bicycle

A lot of good cyclists come out of Portland just because you can ride year-round

Jango Bikes Hit the U.S. Market

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Thursday, April 2nd
Italy’s Ginanni takes lead in UCI Europe Tour

Cinturón Ciclista a Mallorca: Stage 1 - results

De Ronde '09: When Is Go Time?

The Big Preview: The Tour of Flanders, Big George to Lead Columbia-High Road With Marcus Burghardt in the Tour of Flanders, 2009 Tour of Flanders Preview

In case you’ve missed it, the 93rd edition of the Tour of Flanders will take place on Sunday

Willems Wins Three Days of DePanne, Willems wraps up De Panne, Wiggins wins last stage of De Panne, KBC-Driedaagse De Panne-Koksijde: Stage 3b - results, Driedaagse de Panne Stage 3 LIVE,  2009 Three Days of De Panne LIVE - Stage 3B - De Panne stage 3B, an individual time trial, starts at 14:30 CET (8:30am U.S. Eastern) when the first rider departs

Wiggins finished ahead of Holland's Lieuwe Westra (Vacansoleil) in second and Belgium's Stijn Devolder (Quick Step) in third

Caduta! Pozzato Crashes Out of De Panne LeadComment: Double delight for British fans

KBC-Driedaagse De Panne-Koksijde: Stage 3a - results, report & photos, It's Ground Hog Day: Cavendish beats McEwen again, Cavendish wins again in De Panne
The Isle of Man sprinter won this morning's short 112km stage, repeating last year's double stage win at the event

Gavazzi wins in Lombarda, Settimana Ciclista Lombarda: Stage 3 - results & report, 39th Settimana Lombarda - Stage 3

Cardoso is given the win at the Volta ao Alentejo as judges relegate Samuel Caldeira, Volta ao Alentejo em Bicicleta: Stage 2 - results

Flanders: Day Zero

BikeRadar Live: Brian Lopes signs up for dual slalom

Californian in exclusive race appearance

Cycling Enthusiasts to Have Their Own Free Cycling Websites

Mark Cavendish, a cyclist Americans should love

Can Mark Cavendish Win Paris-Roubaix? Columbia Sprint King Branching Out to Cobbled-Classics

Following Cavendish's amazing victory at Milan-San Remo, it seems that just about anything is possible for the world's fastest man

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Garmin’s Caldwell breaks leg while training

So close: Caldwell and Hamilton at the pro road championships in South Carolina last year

Cycling News Roundup - 2 April 2009 - Team News & Squads for upcoming races, KBS - Uruguay, Saxo Bank Flanders, Moninger & Pearce Back in Action, Roswell Criterium, Carmichael - U23 Columbians, Biking Andalucia

First Edition Cycling News - Chavanel in tune for the Ronde, Hoste motivated despite triple Ronde heartbreak, Garmin U23 riders ready for big leagues, Hovelijnk condition unchanged, Voss finds unexpected success in De Panne, Austrian admits to doping, sharing drugs, Trek-Marco Polo readies for Asian campaign, Bisbee set for 31st edition

Update on the Valverde Case: "The Presumption of Innocence"

Road Bike Action News April 2, 2009

Boonen Talks Flanders, Silence-Lotto With Three Leaders For Flanders, Cooke Out Of Flanders, More Arrests In Austria, Hovelynck Condition Remains Critical

US Cup series to feature Triple Crown short track races

MTB News & Racing Round-up - Talented cast set for Swiss series opener, US Cup adds Triple Crown short track, Vanthourenhout ambitious for Averbode, Torq Allstar works to regain lead in Terra Australis, British 4X series kicking off, Freedom Riders premiering at Sea Otter, Mary McConneloug & Mike Broderick diary, Team Torq diary, Countdown to New Zealand singlespeed champs, US Open MTB Relay renamed, GearJammer registration open

Road News and Results - April 2, 2009, Thursday Euro News

Spanish authorities defend their right to judge Valverde

Latest Cycling News - Cavendish doubles in De Panne, McEwen duels Cavendish in Belgium, Valverde: Spain's Council of Sports claims jurisdiction, Lotto not silenced ahead of Roubaix, "Shocked" reactions to Kohl's admission, Kohl's statements ripple through Austria, 'Steve' Chainel makes waves in ProTour debut, Merlo: An Italian in red

Isaac in voluntary liquidation

Bosses confident a new investor will be found

Tour of Missouri Adds Two Teams to Confirmed Lineup

Roubaix Rides Into Town Saturday

Velo Club does some serious road-bike recreating

Froome: Eyes on Liege

Barloworld's British rider Chris Froome tells us about his preparations for Liege-Bastogne-Liege

Racing at a higher gear

Pioneer smoothed the way

Seven Cycles offers Earth Day commuter model

Titanium bling machine for tree huggers

Relive Mountain Bike History With “Klunkers”

Bicycling toward mystery and adventure
BSNYC: My Bike, It's Full of Stars! Every Material, Every Color, All the Time

Past is Preview: Historic Ronde Footage

Team Torq: Going Oceanic

USA Cycling Communiqué 4

Registration is now open for the final race of the collegiate season, the USA Cycling Collegiate Road National Championships, set for May 8-10 in Fort Collins, Colo

Swim. Ride Cobbles. Run

Banjo Bros. peddles a day of cycling-themed Twitter fiction

Road News and Results - April Fools Contest Edition - The contest will run through April 7th

Pate: ‘We proved we could do it’

Flanders: Milram bets on youth

2010 Ultegra Gets Dura Ace Features, Shimano Raises The Bar: First Look At 2010 Ultegra

For 2010 Ultegra receives a complete revamp that incorporates many of the innovations that was developed with the Dura Ace 7900 series

KCNC Components: Bike Remodel

First Look: POC armor

Stylish mountain bike kit from Sweden

Snow machine: Jeff Oatley's Rig for the Iditarod Trail Invitational

Orbea Adds Specials, Incentives To Website

Ausbike Show 70 Percent Sold

OIA Hails Affordable Footwear Act annual April Fool's effort

Breakthrough in Pedalling Dynamics

By repositioning the pedal cleat on the heel of the shoe - a technique the professor calls 'Heel Pedalling', the torque in the ankle joint is effectively reversed, allowing the powerful anterior tibialis and extensor digitorum longis muscles to pull the forefoot upwards and thus force the heel down

Cannondale's parent says the decision to end frame production in the U.S. was difficult, The Roundup: Major Cuts at Cannondale

Parent company Dorel will slice jobs and outsource manufacturing responsibilities to Taiwan, saving $4 million annually

Taiwan to Build Wind-Tunnel Test Centre for Bikes

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Columbia-High Road Continues Winnig Ways as Cavendish Wins Stage in De Panne

Cool Beans

Filippo Pozzato is the favorite to win Sunday's Ronde van Vlaanderen. This is not merely the trendy choice; Pippo is the perfect type of rider, on the perfect form at the perfect time

Geoff Kabush Report - Canadian Mountain Bike national champion Geoff Kabush on his win at Fontana (California) last week, and his new Maxxis-Rocky Mountain team

Heinrich Haussler: The new Flanders favorite

A German citizen with Australian roots, Heinrich Haussler made a name for himself in the professional peloton when he scored a stage win in the Vuelta a España during his first professional year in 2005

Volta ao Alentejo em Bicicleta: Stage 1 - results

Cat 4 Rider Snubs Cat 5 "Losers"

“He’ll enter just as many races as required to keep his Cat 4 rank – just so he can thumb his nose at us Cat 5 guys”

First Riders Selected for Nature Valley Pro Ride

Cavendish wins in De Panne, Cavendish beats McEwen at De Panne, KBC-Driedaagse De Panne-Koksijde: Stage 2 - results, report & photos

2009 Three Days of De Panne: Cavendish outsprints McEwen

Petacchi wins at Lombarda, Settimana Ciclista Lombarda: Stage 2 - results - It's Alessandro Petacchi

Bouet wins Alentejo opener

Your PdC Guide to the Hellingen of De Ronde

Wong-Baker Pain Scale to rate the climbs

Driedaagse de Panne Stage 2 LIVE, Day 2 of 3 DRIEDAAGSE DE PANNE LIVE, On today:  Three Days of De Panne LIVE (to April 2) - Stage 2 starts at 11:20 CET (5:20am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish  between 16:17 and 17:10 CET (10:17am and 11:10am U.S. Eastern).  Live video streaming on and on Sporza is scheduled to begin at 14:00 CET (8am U.S. Eastern)

Mountain bike news: Athertons, Trek and Dahle Flesjaa

What's happened in the dirt world

Cobbles Poll: Pre-Flanders Edition

Freire back for Basque Country

Female boost for London-Paris 09 Cycle Tour

Olympians Cooke, Romero and Pendleton inspire more women to ride

UPDATE: More Arrests In Zabriskie Theft Case

Six more suspects have been arrested in connection with the theft of more than $250,000 worth of bikes, cars, trophies and memoribilia from the home of cyclist Dave Zabriskie

Powers (Team Type 1) wins Sunset and Teutenberg (Columbia-High Road) wins overall in Redlands

Cyclosport invited to Chinese Tour - Team Cyclosport's great results at the recent NZCT Women's Tour of New Zealand have earned them an invitation to the Tour of Chongming Island in Shanghai, China starting on April 17th

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Alejandro Valverde - Responds to CONI Statement

Road Bike Action Late Edition News April 1, 2009

Valverde Reacts; Spain Wants the Case, Ten Year Ban for Jeanson, Cavendish Rolls On, Wegmann Showing Good Form

First Edition Cycling News - Cavendish preps for Wevelgem, Förster glad De Panne sprints have begun, Haussler the new Flanders favourite, Valverde indignant over possible suspension, Fuji-Servetto signs Bailetti, Jeanson's coach & doctor banned for life, Nature Valley Pro Ride selects first riders, Mary McConneloug diary: South American adventures, New Maine masters team introduced

Tech feature: Shimano launch new Ultegra groupset, Shimano launches new Ultegra groupset

Second-from-top road gruppo now 150g lighter

Road News and Results - April Fools Contest Edition, Lance Armstrong is subject of April Fool's Day jokes

Greg LeMond leading world record attempt

Tour champ leading 3,000 for largest bike parade

Banned cyclist Kohl breaks his vow of silence

Comment: End this Valverde farce, News Flash - Italy's CONI requests two-year suspension for Valverde, CONI seeks Valverde ban

Spain's Valverde received a two-year recommended suspension from CONI

Kadisco Interview: Meredith Giske and the Tour de Fat

Mary McConneloug & Mike Broderick: South American adventures
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Chilean Caballeros

Latest Cycling News - Pozzato's mind focused on Ronde van Vlaanderen, A two-man duel for De Panne overall?, Kohl admits doping from 2005 onwards, Giro test: LPR wins team time trial, Freire returns to racing, Clarke's jump to the ProTour

Road Bike Action News April 1, 2009

USA Cycling And Amgen Team Up For Master’s Drug Testing, SRAM Enters Fishing Market, Hi-Torque Buys Rodale And Adds “Action” To All Titles, UCI Unveils Road Downhill Discipline, AAA Sues Rock Racing, LA Galaxy Seeking Out Lance Armstrong, New Grand Tour Announced

First Edition Cycling News - Silence-Lotto lifts form before Flanders, Kohl says manager assisted doping, Malaysia welcomes home track team, Cooke biding his time, Roelandts feels national champ's curse, Nashville bike shop robbed

SRAM unveils YouTube tech channel

Learn how to take care of your Avid, RockShox, SRAM and TruVativ

Cyclists cruise into town

First leg of the three-day Johnny Cake Lane/Trooper David Brinkerhoff Memorial 2009 Spring Series

Celebrate "Drive to Work Day" on Wednesday!

Calling It Quits: EP Done Due to Lack of Interest, Editorial Drive

Well, to all the naysayers out there, you were right. Back on January 24th of 2008, EuroPeloton launched with the hope of being able to bring an alternative perspective to the sport of cycling
Connie Carpenter-Phinney - Best Day, Worst Day

Five Reasons Why You Must Not Miss The Tour of Flanders 

No one escapes the Tour of Flanders without truly suffering

Michael Nagle for The New York Times - Cycling is a beautiful sport rife with fashion disasters

BSNYC Product Review: Look 566 Road Bicycle

Ride a century on Saturday. Race it on Sunday. This bike does it all

Eva Lutz diary: Chocolate against the cold

Pegasus Capital Advisors Wins Buyouts Magazine’s ‘Turnaround of the Year’ Award for Cannondale Bicycle

What to Eat Pre- and Post-Ride (or Race), Think Before You Eat

CCA & FQSC Comment On CCES Penalties to Jeanson, Aubut & Duquette, Life bans given Canadian cycling dope case, Canada recommends bans for Jeanson, coach and doctor

Jeanson was often regarded as unbeatable during a tumultuous career

BREAKING NEWS - Eddy Merckx Announces His Comeback

Legendary cyclist Eddy Merckx announced today age 63...he is returning to competition, with the goal of landing a roster spot on a team at this year's Tour de France

The Wednesday Comment, Wednesday's international news round-up, Wednesday's British news round-up

Queen tells police to provide free escort duty for Premier Calendar series

Banjo Brothers publishing micro-fiction

Minneapolis-based gear makers using Twitter to tell 16 stories

Taiwan to Build Wind-Tunnel Test Centre for Bikes

Review: Aerocat R350

The Explainer - Of rules and regulations

Landis before the "clarification"

Bos nostalgic for track, but sticking with road

LEFTSTRONG: Selfishly Wishing Lance A Quick Recovery

Brands Charged with Patent Infringement

Yakima Launches Marketing Campaign

Video: Edge Composites 2009 Lineup

New carbon hoops, a refined road fork, as well as a new road handlebar

Dempsey Challenge Web site opens

Topolino Wins Company of the Month

Joe Maddon Goes For The Cycle

Madden's with the defending American League Champions, the Tampa Bay Rays

Freedom Riders Premiering at Sea Otter

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Tips and Safety - what to watch out for
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