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Photo: Stage 5 Profile.
Wednesday's Vuelta a Espana Stage 5 departs Priego de Cordoba at 12:52pm CET (6:52am U.S. Eastern) and is expected at the finish at Ronda at around 5:40pm CET (11:40am U.S. Eastern).  Vuelta live streaming video should get underway at around 4:00pm CET (10:00am U.S. Eastern). (cyclingnews.com)

August 27, 2014






John Degenkolb wins stage 4 of the Vuelta a Espana. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com. (velonews.com)
John Degenkolb claimed stage 4 of the Vuelta a Espana from Mairena del Alcor to Córdoba after unleashing a furious sprint in the final 200 meters. The German won by several bike lengths, gauging his efforts perfectly on a day that saw a number of his sprint rivals suffer in the heat. Vincente Reynes finished second with Michael Matthews doing enough to retain his leader’s jersey, taking in third. (cyclingnews.com)

August 26, 2014




Photo: My team rode awesome again today, they did everything they could for me and got me in the right position in the final but it was a little bit hectic in the finish...
Michael Matthews was unable to make it two in a row in the Vuelta a Espana after a poor position for the final sprint saw him start his sprint too far back. Despite defending his leader's jersey, the Australian lamented the lack of respect for the race leader that had caused him to be poorly positioned. (cyclingquotes.com)

August 26, 2014




Photo: Monday's breakaway included Danilo Wyss (BMC), Jerome Cousin (Europcar), Fumeaux (IAM Cycling), Jacques Janse Van Rensburg (MTN-Qhubeka), and Luis Mas Bonet (Caja Rural). Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com.
After a European summer without high temperatures, the peloton is wilting under a scorching sun during the opening stages of the Vuelta a España. “I am from Texas, but this is still hot for everyone,” Chad Haga said before the start of stage 4. “Everyone is just doing what they can to stay hydrated.” (velonews.com)

August 26, 2014




Joaquim Rodriguez (Katusha)
Photo: © Tim de Waele/TDW Sport.
His face caked in sweat and salt-lines, Joaquim Rodriguez could barely get his hands on a drink quickly enough at the Vuelta a España finish in Cordoba as temperatures soared into the low forties for the last part of the stage. (cyclingnews.com)

August 26, 2014




Romain Sicard (Europcar), Adam yates (Orica-GreenEdge) and Alejando Valverde (Movistar)
Photo: © Tim de Waele/TDW Sport.
A rider making his Grand Tour debut does not typically attack at the most difficult point of the toughest stage to date, but then Adam Yates does not appear to be a typical neo-professional. (cyclingnews.com)

August 26, 2014





Photo: The Vuelta peloton is one with some great riders that were, on paper, perfectly suited to the finish yesterday but Matthews looked unbeatable.
Fascinating too to see a rider coming into his own, as Michael Matthews did by taking the win off the plucky Dan Martin. Matthews was confident enough to let Martin try to come back at him and it’s a confidence well deserved as he is turning out to be a very versatile – and very good – rider. (crankpunk.com)

August 26, 2014





Photo: Dan McLay ...
Dan McLay, who has been riding for the Lotto-Belisol under-23 team for the past two seasons, added a very useful win to his palmares with victory in stage three of the prestigious Tour de l’Avenir. (cyclingweekly.co.uk)

August 26, 2014





Photo: Mark Cavendish on stage one of the Tour de l'Ain 2014 Credit: Graham Watson .
Mark Cavendish takes first win since crashing out of the Tour de France in July. (cyclingweekly.co.uk)

August 26, 2014




Photo: If you look at the results and the performance of the NetApp-Endura team over the last few weeks, you see that the entire team has taken another step forward since the Tour de France and Qinghai Lake.
Following a successful Tour de France, NetApp-Endura returns to one-day racing when they line up in the Druivenkoers Overijse tomorrow. The race kicks off a series of autumn classics in Belgium for the German team. (cyclingquotes.com)

August 26, 2014




2014 Races & Results.

Vuelta a España - Aug 23-Sept 14 (Stages & Results),

Tour of Alberta - Sept 2-7 (Stages),

Tour of Britain - Sept 7-14 (Stages),

UCI Road World Championship - Sept 20-27 (Stages).

USA Pro Challenge - Aug 18-25 (Results),

Tour de l'Avenir - Aug 23-30 (Results),

Chris Thater Memorial - Aug 23-24 (Results),

Vattenfall Cyclassics - Aug 24 (Results),

Tour de France - July 5-27 (Results),

Giro d'Italia - May 9 - June 1 (Results),


August 26, 2014




Photo: Specialized-lululemon will be the ones to beat in the world championship team time trial (Images by Andre Weening/UCI).
Specialized-lululemon, Chantal Blaak and Lizzie Armitstead were the big winners when the women's peloton headed north to Sweden for the Open de Suede Vargarda World Cup. (sbs.com.au)

August 26, 2014




Adam Hansen (Lotto Belisol)
Photo: © Roberto Bettini.
When Adam Hansen rolled down the starting ramp on Saturday’s team time trial in the Vuelta a España, the Lotto-Belisol rider began the three-week stage race that could see him equal the all time record of Grand Tour finishes in a single year. (cyclingnews.com)

August 26, 2014




Photo: C3 racer Arley Kemmerer at Kings CX. © Kent Baumgardt.
Can’t believe all of the new small teams cropping up all across the country? Neither can we. Between Cody Kaiser’s LangeTwins Vineyard, Jeremy Powers’s Aspire Team, Zach McDonald’s KCCX, and the Durrins’ Neon Velo Cycling Team, we figured that was it. We figured wrong. (cxmagazine.com)

August 26, 2014






Michael Matthews (Orica-GreenEdge) wins the sprint in stage 3
Photo: © Tim de Waele/TDW Sport.
Michael Matthews delivered on the hard work done by his Orica-GreenEdge teammates with a beautifully judged victory in Arcos de la Frontera. The final three kilometers were extremely technical, featuring a pinch point coming into and over a narrow bridge, several tight turns through the town and then a kilometer-long climb up to the finish. (cyclingnews.com)

August 25, 2014




Chris Froome gives a few fans some autographs
Photo: © Bettini Photo.
For Chris Froome, the cool down after stage 3 of the Vuelta a España took on a novel form, as he completed the ALS ice bucket challenge outside the Team Sky bus with Pete Kennaugh and trainer Tim Kerrison, to the mirth of the fans who gathered for a glimpse of the former Tour de France winner. (cyclingnews.com)

August 25, 2014




Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) on the podium
Photo: © Tim de Waele/TDW Sport.
If stage one’s team time trial of the Vuelta España offered a chance to assess each team’s collective strength, then stage three’s finale of the Vuelta a España on Monday at Arcos de la Frontera will do the same for the favorites - and it will be as much about bike handling skills as pure strength. (cyclingnews.com)

August 25, 2014




Photo: The Vuelta is Nairo Quintana's first race since winning the Giro in May. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com.
This Vuelta a España just might live up to its billing as the best-ever field for the Spanish tour. Without a doubt, more big names and established superstars rolled out of the start gate Saturday than any Vuelta before. Grand tour winners. (velonews.com)

August 25, 2014




Alex Howes (Garmin Sharp) was pumped with his win today
Photo: © AFP.
After enduring four runner-up finishes over six stages, Garmin-Sharp got it right Sunday and finally took a stage win during the final day of the USA Pro Challenge in the team's home state of Colorado. (cyclingnews.com)

August 25, 2014




Photo: Gabby Durrin, shown here at Essen, was able to pull of a great win at the Vermont Overland. Bart Hazen..
Some spectators might have a difficult time defining what kind of race the Vermont Overland Grand Prix exactly is. It’s kind of a gravel race, but there isn’t exactly a lot of gravel. It’s kind of a road race, but a large part of the course takes place on roads that would destroy the suspension of your average sedan. (cxmagazine.com)

August 25, 2014




Wilco Kelderman (Belkin)
Photo: © Tim de Waele/TDW Sport.
For Wilco Kelderman, the late addition of an array of star names to the field for his debut Vuelta a España is a source of motivation rather than of intimidation. Just 23 years of age and in his third season as a professional, Kelderman’s apprenticeship to date has been a smooth one. A solid 17th in his first Giro d’Italia last year, he followed that up with seventh this time around and – perhaps more impressively – fourth in a full-blooded Critérium du Dauphiné straight afterwards. (cyclingnews.com)

August 25, 2014




Photo: The Garmin Vector S measures power at the left pedal .
One-sided power meter offers wattage measurement at a lower cost. (bikeradar.com)

August 25, 2014




Photo: The Pioneer Power Meter Gen-2, available for Shimano Dura-Ace 9000 and Ultegra 6800 only at the moment .
BikeRadar verdict: 4 out of 5 stars. "Not the power meter we reviewed previously – the new Pioneer is a highly competitive device with near-overwhelming data output options." (bikeradar.com)

August 25, 2014






Photo: The 27 year old rider has been with Team Sky for the past five seasons...
Edvald Boasson Hagen will announce Wednesday where he will next compete as a pro rider, but according to VG.no it will not be an anticipated move to Tinkoff Saxo. (cyclingtips.com.au)

August 26, 2014




Photo: The USA Pro Challenge had Lexus as official vehicles. The Tour de France has Skodas.
There’s a big gap between audiences in the “new” world of cycling in the English-speaking world where cycling is booming and the “old” world where it is established. To caricature the audience in the US, UK, Australia, Canada and New Zealand is small… but wealthy; the audience in France, Belgium, Italy and Spain is huge but in a lower income bracket. (inrng.com)

August 26, 2014





Photo: With another Category 3 climb before tomorrow’s finish at Ronda who would bet against him doing it again?
On a day when the biggest challenge was the all-consuming heat it was that other German sprinter who powered into the ancient city of Córdoba and took the win for Giant-Shimano. John Degenkolb has every reason to love Spain and will be looking for more wins in this year’s race. (pezcyclingnews.com)

August 26, 2014





Chris Horner (Lampre-Merida) leads up the final climb
Photo: © Jonathan Devich/epicimages.us.
Chris Horner’s agent believes that despite the American failing to start this Vuelta a Espana he can once again find his best form in 2015. (cyclingnews.com)

August 26, 2014




Photo: In this outcome we will be focused on Luka - he has worked hard with the coaches to be in good shape for this race and together with the support of the team and a good plan, he can go for the best result possible...
Team Giant-Shimano will line up in their next WorldTour race, the GP Plouay, with a focus on a sprint finish. Luka Mezgec and Reinardt Janse van Rensburg will enjoy the status of being protected riders. (cyclingquotes.com)

August 26, 2014





Rodriguez is given the maglia rosa by Alfredo Martini
Photo: © Roberto Bettini.
Alfredo Martini, the man that led Italy to six world titles, has died at the age of 93. The former Italian national coach passed away on Monday in his home in Sesto Fiorentino. (cyclingnews.com)

August 26, 2014




Photo: In a month after the Vuelta I expect myself to arrive perfectly prepared for Worlds. Winning the Giro, Tour or Vuelta would mean a lot to me, but World Championships remain an ultimate goal...
More than slightly overweight and without a clear views on his future in professional cycling, Carlos Betancur has returned to competition in Spain after he infamously didn’t make it back from Colombia on time to participate in his season-s biggest objective-to-be – the Tour de France. Despite a lot of controversies surrounding the enigmatic Ag2r La Mondiale rider, he declares his constant affection for bike racing and motivation to build proper disposition for upcoming World Championships. (cyclingquotes.com)

August 26, 2014




In a first for the pro peloton, Team SmartStop assistant director Gord Fraser drove an all-electric BMW in the caravan during two stages of the USA Pro Challenge last week in Colorado.
Photo: © Pat Malach.
Team SmartStop is already ramping up for the 2015 season by re-signing US pro road race champion Eric Marcotte and National Race Calendar leader Travis McCabe. Team owner Jamie Bennett also confirmed this week that SmartStop Self Storage will return next year as the title sponsor. (cyclingnews.com)

August 26, 2014




Robert Millar on the attack
Photo: © blank.
It was stage 6 of the 1986 Vuelta a Espana and Lagos de Covadonga was a relatively new find for the organizers of the Vuelta. It was first climbed in 1983 when it was being touted as their Alpe d'Huez. (cyclingnews.com)

August 26, 2014




Photo: The new Altum replaces the Z5SLi, though it uses rounded tubing for the downtube its top tube design and rear stays borrow heavily from the ESX aero machine .
Big changes for the US custom carbon masters. (bikeradar.com)

August 26, 2014




Photo: It all looks very neat, but we had problems with a slipping seatpost .
BikeRadar verdict: 4 out of 5 stars. "A solid all-rounder with boundless potential for speed and spot-on handling." (bikeradar.com)

August 26, 2014




Photo: Larry asks, How is this even physically possible? Photo: Larry C.
Due to a tapered (rather than square) flank on a critical freehub spline, the PowerTap GS freehub allows the cogs to be incorrectly installed on the freehub. If installed in this improper position, the cog is only driving the freehub body at one contact point. (velonews.com)

August 26, 2014




Photo: The aero advantage comes not just from the smoother mount profile, but also from the fact that the computer sits closer to the bar, smoothing the air flow over between parts.
The new K-Edge Aero Garmin Mount was developed at the request of Team Sky. Apparently, after they switched to K-Edge mounts to increase the strength if their Garmin mounting device, they wanted something more aero. (bikerumor.com)

August 26, 2014




Photo: To eliminate the chain, the designers used the drivetrain and riding position of the Radio Flyer tricycle.
Engineers from Singapore pour their creative energies into this multi configurable bike. (roadbikereview.com)

August 26, 2014




Chris Horner has struggled with a chest infection since the Tour de France's muddy cobblestone stage. He was then treated with cortisone, which resulted in his exclusion from the Vuelta. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com.
Chris Horner is hoping his controversial exit from the Vuelta a España does not have an adverse effect on his contract talks for 2015. Horner, 42, was unable to defend his Vuelta title after treatment for a nagging chest cold pushed his cortisol levels below the acceptable standard for the cycling group, MPCC (Movement Pour Cyclisme Credible), prompting Lampre-Merida to remove him Friday from the Vuelta roster. (velonews.com)

August 25, 2014




Photo: I think maybe it's a long, hot day and far enough into the race for people's nerves to calm a bit.
"Hm, if I didn't know better, I'd say it's our first entry from the new way to do grand tour first weeks, the "I Can't Believe It's a Climbing Stage!" stage. Also known to Peter Sagan as the "I Can't Believe How Easy You're Making This For Me!" stage. Wait, what? Moreno Hofland can climb? We'll see about that." (podiumcafe.com)

August 25, 2014




Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) rides to the start in Cadiz
Photo: © Sirotti.
A late crash involving Vuelta a España leader Alejandro Valverde and two of his teammates on stage 3 to Arcos de la Frontera saw him unable to defend his top spot overall. (cyclingnews.com)

August 25, 2014




Caleb Ewan (UniSA) makes his way around the People's Choice Classic course
Photo: © Tim de Waele/TDW Sport.
Andersen continues on as race leader. (cyclingnews.com)

August 25, 2014




Photo: My team needed me to get to that group … but I was paying for the effort, and despite still dangling out in no-man’s-land for another 12km I just couldn’t make the gap.
Former Australian national champion Amanda Spratt took part in both races for the Australian Orica-AIS team and wrote this report about the weekend. (cyclingtips.com.au)

August 25, 2014




Alexander Kristoff (Katusha) wins Vattenfall Cyclassics
Photo: © Bettini Photo.
Alexander Kristoff has been winning with ease in 2014 since his breakthrough victory at Milan-San Remo in the spring and two debut stage victories at the Tour de France. (cyclingnews.com)

August 25, 2014





Photo: KOM leader Ben Jacques Maynes (Jamis) in the break during Stage 2. Photo: Casey B. Gibson | www.cbgphoto.com.
Wearing a USA Pro Challenge leader’s jersey can be a heavy burden.
Would any rider in the peloton turn down a shot at the yellow, green, or polka-dot shirts if they had a chance? Unlikely, but once you put on that special piece of kit, responsibilities shift. (velonews.com)

August 25, 2014




Photo: I’m actually pretty calm about it all, I’ve got to find my way a little bit, because it’s been ten years since I’ve been to a Grand Tour without being expected to win it...
After failing to successfully conclude his bid for the maglia rosa at the 2014 edition of Giro d’Italia, Cadel Evans lined up at the Vuelta not as a BMC leader, but reliable lieutenant of Samuel Sanchez. Even though such exceptional situation could be treated as a part of his slow withdrawal from professional sport, the 37-year Australian turns down discussions about his retirement and claims to feel relieved to ride Grand Tour event without pressure. (cyclingquotes.com)

August 25, 2014




Photo: Dan Martin and Ryder Hesjedal have been focused on this race since the Giro so I’m here and I'm happy to support them.
Andrew Talansky by many was considered a dark horse to finish on the podium of the star-studded Vuelta a Espana after the Criterium du Dauphine surprise winner abandoned the Tour de France in highly dramatic circumstances. Recovered from injuries sustained in France, the 25-year old American managed to put his latest disappointments into a right perspective but claimed that he is dedicated to a supporting role he is expected to play in the season’s final Grand Tour. (cyclingquotes.com)

August 25, 2014




Gabriel Rasch (Team Sky) at Kuurne - Brussels - Kuurne
Photo: © Tim de Waele/TDW Sport.
Gabriel Rasch will be one of the men behind Team Sky's Chris Froome at this Vuelta a España, not as a professional rider like he used to be until last April, but as a sports director. The British squad named the Norwegian one of the directors for the Spanish Grand Tour, alongside Dario Cioni and Dan Frost. (cyclingnews.com)

August 25, 2014




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August 26, 2014




Photo: After a turbulent end to the 2013 season, Michael Rogers has enjoyed a renaissance in 2014, with a Tour stage win and two Giro stage wins. Photo: Casey B. Gibson | www.cbgphoto.com.
With three grand tour stage wins this season, and a contract extension with Tinkoff-Saxo through 2016, Australian Michael Rogers has enjoyed a renaissance in 2014 — a season put into jeopardy after he’d tested positive for Clenbuterol last fall. (velonews.com)

August 26, 2014





Diego Ulissi (Lampre-Merida) celebrates his first win of the Giro d'Italia
Photo: © Tim de Waele/TDW Sport.
The UCI is set to decide on whether or not to begin disciplinary hearings into Diego Ulissi’s positive Salbutamol case in the next two weeks, according to Gazzetta dello Sport. The Italian’s positive test was announced by his team over two months ago, on July 25. (cyclingnews.com)

August 26, 2014




Photo: I want to extend a very sincere thank you to the fine folks of Medalist Sports for putting on another incredible race.
Another USA Pro Challenge is in the rear view mirror. (iamtedking.com)





Fernando Alonso watches Stage 18 from the VIP car
Photo: © Tim de Waele/TDW Sport.
Luis García Abad, the manager for Formula One star Fernando Alonso, has reportedly told the website Biciciclismo that he has formally requested a WorldTour licence for the F1 star’s new team. However, according to the interview, he has insisted that they have not signed, or even approached, any riders because it would be illegal until the regulations allow him to do so, on October 1st. (cyclingnews.com)

August 26, 2014




Photo: We can target the sprints with Jonas, while Simon [Geschke] and Tom [Dumoulin] will aim for a strong prologue after which we will look at the GC possibilities...
Following his successful Eneco Tour, Tom Dumoulin will be back in action when he lines up at the Tour of Alberta next week. The Dutchman will target a good overall result while also preparing for the Canadian WorldTour races. (cyclingquotes.com)

August 26, 2014




Photo: World Championships a target for return to competition.
Mary McConneloug & Mike Broderick: "It's been a challenging and complicated past few weeks for Mike and me. A time that we have had our mental fortitude tested in a less familiar way. The problems started for us abruptly with a training crash at the World Cup at Mont-Sainte-Anne in Quebec, Canada. After getting the x-ray confirmation that I actually broke my ankle (a lateral malleolus fracture) Mike and I have had some serious refiguring to do. Dang!" (cyclingnews.com)

August 26, 2014




Photo: The sensor is a small chip encased within the rim .
Embedded sensor for temperature and pressure on Lightweight wheels. (bikeradar.com)

August 26, 2014





A redesigned headset compression system eliminates the need for an expander plug in the steerer tube, opening up that space to hide an internal Di2 battery. Photo: Pro Components.
To help the neat freaks tuck away their Di2 wires, Shimano-owned Pro Components has introduced a new line of Tharsis components, including a new stem, handlebar, and seatpost. (velonews.com)

August 26, 2014




Photo: It's easy to open and close with one hand, though it can rock the helmet a bit as you do so .
BikeRadar verdict: 3.5 out of 5 stars. "Custom aerodynamics and airflow on the go, but expensive." (bikeradar.com)

August 26, 2014




Photo: The Genesis LifeBeam is available in two sizes and certified for CE, CPSC or AS markets.
The Genesis LifeBEAM uses electro-optical technology to measure heart rate. The optical sensor is placed on the front of the Genesis, within the existing headband of the helmet. The sensor samples the heart rate and transmits a raw signal to the processing unit, which is placed in the back of the helmet. (bicycleretailer.com)

August 26, 2014




Photo: Depending on the conditions Finish Line expects applications to last about a month.
Their new Dry Film Pedal and Cleat Lube is specifically formulated to stick to the parts but not the environment. Approved for use use with Speedplay pedals as well as all other metal or composite cleats, the lube is totally dry and will not attract dirt. (bikerumor.com)

August 26, 2014




Photo: Giant’s new, top-of-the-line endurance road bike is disc only and comes stock with Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 shifting, Zipp 202 Disc carbon clinchers, and a $10,300 price tag.
Lightest road frame ever produced by world's largest bike maker. (roadbikereview.com)

August 26, 2014




Photo: Cables are fed into the top tube behind the stem on the new NeilPryde Nazare 2 .
American Classic Carbonator MTB wheels, Time's Activ fork damper, new Crankbrothers tools, and more. (bikeradar.com)



















August 25, 2014





Michael Matthews (Orica-GreenEdge) salutes victory in stage 3
Photo: © Bettini Photo.
After a superb Giro d'Italia this May followed by a training crash ending his hopes of making a Tour de France debut, Michael Matthews continued his rollercoaster season with an emphatic Vuelta a Espana stage win on Monday and the leader's jersey to boot. (cyclingnews.com)

August 25, 2014




Alberto Contador was happy to make it through the team time trial
Photo: © Bettini Photo.
Alberto Contador may have started the Vuelta a España on the back foot following his crash and injury in the Tour de France, but so far he remains firmly in the mix with the other favorites. (cyclingnews.com)

August 25, 2014




Photo: The low cortisol levels was due to a course of cortisone treatment which Horner had been taking, under a therapeutic use exemption by the UCI, to treat bronchitis.
Defending champion Chris Horner was withdrawn from the Vuelta a Espana due to cortisol levels below the threshold stipulated as “healthy” by the Movement for Credible Cycling, of which his team, Lampre-Merida, is a member. (socalcycling.com)

August 25, 2014




Photo: Jens decided to end his career in Colorado and it was a privilege to watch him tear up the roads.
The husband and wife reporting team of Travis and Angelica Dixon hit the roads of Colorado one last time on Sunday to capture all the action and atmosphere of the final stage from Boulder to Denver. Travis was on the bike and Angelica on the photo-moto for what was yet another great day’s racing through the spectacular Colorado countryside. (pezcyclingnews.com)

August 25, 2014





Photo: Vincenzo Nibali will trade his yellow jersey, along with Astana's kit, for the blue outfit of the Italian national team next month. World championships will be one of his final objectives in 2014. Photo: BrakeThrough Media | brakethroughmedia.com.
Italy is rallying its troops around Tour de France winner Vincenzo Nibali for the world championship road race in Ponferrada, Spain. The official team will not be known until Friday, September 12, 16 days before the race on September 28, but it appears that it will be one for Nibali. (velonews.com)

August 25, 2014




Photo: © Arizona Bicycle Accident Attorneys | Bike Crash Lawyers Phoenix www.arizonapilawyer.com
Anna Weltman: "I am looking for participants to be in a Research Study that I am conducting for my Master's thesis in Sport Psychology. My thesis is on cyclists who crash and what it takes to get them back on the bike after they have recovered. Please email me to volunteer" (dougreport.com)

August 25, 2014





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