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Column One






Tour de Suisse: Peter Sagan wins stage 3.

(cyclingnews.com)-"And it's easy for Sagan. Sagan came up around the outside of Degenkolb and nobody got close to him. Win number 17 at the Tour de Suisse." (cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images)

June 17, 2019





Five things we learned from the Critérium du Dauphiné 2019.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"Jakob Fuglsang (Astana) won his second Critérium du Dauphiné title after beating out Tejay van Garderen (EF Education First) by just 20 seconds." (cyclingweekly.com) (Anne-Christine Poujoulat/AFP/Getty Images)

June 17, 2019





Lezyne Ratchet Kit puts tiny 1/4″ drive ratchet wrench in your pocket.

(bikerumor.com)-"To me toolmaker Lezyne stands out best in the tiny details. And their new Ratchet Kit miniature ratchet wrench set looks like a perfect example." (bikerumor.com) (Cory Benson)

June 17, 2019





Everything you need to know about saddles Part 1 - The Rails.

(bikerumor.com)-"Ever wonder what all of the different materials, shapes, sizes and features really do on a saddle? Or why some seem to cost so much more than others? And what you should expect from those saddles as you move up the price range?" (bikerumor.com) Tyler Benedict

June 17, 2019







Tour de Suisse 2019 Live Dashboard.

(steephill.tv)-"2019 Tour de Suisse LIVE June 15-23, Switzerland.

Stage 3 start time: Monday 13:20 CET (4:20 AM PDT).

Earliest live video: 15:00 CET (6:00 AM PDT).

Approximate finish: 17:20 CET (8:20 AM PDT)."
(steephill.tv) (cyclingfans.com)

June 17, 2019


Column Two
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Jesus Herrada wins Mont Ventoux Denivele Challenges.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Jesus Herrada (Cofidis) won the inaugural edition of the Mont Ventoux Denivele Challenges on Monday, beating Romain Bardet (AG2R La Mondiale) to the top of the so-called 'Giant of Provence'." (cyclingnews.com) (Justin Setterfield/Getty Images Sport)

June 17, 2019





Jakob Fuglsang has been offered to Movistar as Spanish team faces squad overhaul, according to reports.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"Movistar is set for a complete overhaul of their roster ahead of the 2020 season, according to Spanish newspaper Marca, who have been offered the Critérium du Dauphiné and Liège Bastogne Liège winner as they also line up a number of other high profile targets." (cyclingweekly.com) (Tim de Waele/Getty Images)

June 17, 2019





Giro Rosa to get daily hour of racing broadcast online.

(cyclist.co.uk)-"The Giro Rosa is the longest race in the women's WorldTour at 10 stages and will take place from Friday 5th to Sunday 14th July, coinciding with the men's Tour de France." (cyclist.co.uk) (Joe Robinson)

June 17, 2019





Hammer Series expands to Colombia and adds women’s event.

(cyclingtips.com)-"The Hammer Series is expanding in 2020 with the team-vs-team series adding a Colombian leg and its maiden women’s event." (cyclingtips.com) (Photo: Cor Vos)

June 17, 2019





Coefficient Wave handlebar review: An open mind, relaxed wrists.

(cyclingtips.com)-"The Wave may look funny, but it’s not really all that different from standard road drop handlebars when you dissect its design." (cyclingtips.com) Photography by James Huang

June 17, 2019





2019 Mont Ventoux Dénivelé Challenge Live Stream.

(cycling.today)"-"Mont Ventoux Dénivelé Challenge 2019 (Vaison-la-Romaine - Mont Ventoux (171km) LIVE STREAM.

Monday, 17 June, starts at 13:45pm CET (Central Europe), 07:45am U.S. Eastern."
(cycling.today)

June 17, 2019


Column Three
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Slappendel urges cyclists to file formal complaints with UCI against abusers.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Iris Slappendel, head of The Cyclists' Alliance, has urged cyclists to file formal complaints with the UCI Ethics Commission and Safe Sport programs if they find themselves in situations of abuse on a cycling team or witness abuse within the sport." (cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images)

June 17, 2019





‘People will say Chris Froome’s career is over but he will prove them all wrong’.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Luke Rowe has backed Chris Froome to make a full comeback to racing after a horrific crash saw his Ineos team-mate placed in intensive care after losing four pints of blood and suffering multiple fractures." (cyclingnews.com) (Marco Bertorello/AFP/Getty Images)

June 17, 2019





Thomas: Chris Froome Tour de France absence is a setback for Ineos.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Geraint Thomas has said that Chris Froome's absence from the Tour de France will not change his own personal approach but is a setback for Team Ineos as a whole." (cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images)

June 17, 2019





John Degenkolb to miss Tour de France as move to Lotto Soudal rumored.

(cyclist.co.uk)-"A further rumor has also seen Degenkolb linked with a move away from Trek Segafredo at the end of the year with Lotto Soudal his likely new home." (cyclist.co.uk) (Joe Robinson)

June 17, 2019





5 best power meters for 2019.

(cyclingnews.com)-"The power meter has been around in the pro peloton for over 30 years but has only recently become de rigueur among amateur riders wanting to train more clinically and race more effectively." (cyclingnews.com) (Courtesy)

June 17, 2019





From couch to Kanza: Eight days notice, 200 miles, and a bike from Walmart.

(cyclingtips.com)-"The bike just rode well. The Reynolds ATRs and the Donnelly USHs let me skate by without a single flat; I had no mechanicals, and experienced about as little discomfort as you can have on a 201.5-mile (324km) gravel ride." (cyclingtips.com) Photography: Joey Early & Mat Barlow

June 17, 2019



Doug Report Cycling Daily
Column One







Criterium du Dauphine: van Baarle wins final stage in Champery, Fuglsang takes overall victory.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Van Baarle leads out with 150m to go and is too strong for Haig. Here comes Hagen to take third at 50 seconds. The GC sprint in at 2:01, with Fuglsang the overall winner. " (cyclingnews.com) Team INEOS

June 16, 2019






Adam Yates abandons the Critérium du Dauphiné 2019.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"Mitchelton Scott’s sports director, Lorenzo Lapage, apparently told race organizers that Yates had been suffering from an upset stomach. However, this is yet to be confirmed by his team or any official channels." (cyclingweekly.com) (Tim de Waele/Getty Images)

June 16, 2019






Dave Brailsford says Chris Froome will be back as Team Ineos star thanks fans for support.

(road.cc)-"Brailsford believes that Chris Froome will make a return to top-flight cycling rather than retiring in the wake of his horrific crash during a reconnaissance ride for the individual time trial at the Criterium du Dauphiné on Wednesday." (road.cc) Simon MacMichael

June 16, 2019





Video shows Poels urge Froome “don’t take risks” just before crash.

(stickybottle.com)-"ITV News has broadcast footage of Wout Poels urging Team Ineos team mate Chris Froome not to take risks shortly before his bad crash last Wednesday." (stickybottle.com) ITV News

June 16, 2019








Critérium du Dauphiné 2019 Live Dashboard.

(steephill.tv)-"2019 Critérium du Dauphiné LIVE June 9-16, France.

Stage 8 start time: Sunday 13:45 CET (4:45 AM PDT).

Live video from 15:00 CET (6:00 AM PDT).

Finish at around  16:54 CET (7:54 AM PDT).
"
(steephill.tv) (cyclingfans.com)

June 16, 2019


Column Two
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Luis León Sanchez wins stage 2...

(cyclingnews.com)-"Sanchez heads into the final kilometer. Still 30 seconds up the road. Sanchez wins! The peloton charges home 5 seconds later." (cyclingnews.com) Sky Sports

June 16, 2019






Baloise Belgium Tour: Evenepoel takes overall victory.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Remco Evenepoel (Deceuninck Quick Step) secured overall victory at the Baloise Tour of Belgium, despite going down in a late crash as the sprinters fought for the stage victory." (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Luc Claessen/Getty Images)

June 16, 2019





Continental Grand Prix 5000 TL - Best Performer.

(intheknowcycling.com)"-"Continental and Hutchinson introduced new tubeless tires recently and they surpass all those that came before them. The Continental Grand Prix 5000 TL is my new choice for Best Performer while Hutchinson’s Fusion 5 Performance 11Storm is my new pick for Best Value." (intheknowcycling.com)

June 16, 2019





Details emerge of new La Clasica San Sebastian Femenina.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Route details of the new La Clasica San Sebastian Femenina have emerged on social media, and if accurate, point to a race that will be much more challenging than previously anticipated." (cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images)

June 16, 2019





Wilier Jena Ultegra.

(road.cc)-"The Wilier Jena is a versatile gravel bike that's fast and reactive when you want to go out for a blast and fully capable of taking you on an off-road bikepacking adventure." (road.cc) (Mat Brett)

June 16, 2019


Column Three
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Phil Gaimon left with multiple fractures and partially collapsed lung after velodrome crash.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"Gaimon crashed during a points race at the Valley Preferred Cycling Center in the Trexlertown area of Pennsylvania, fracturing five ribs, his collarbone, scapula as well as suffering a partially collapsed lung." (cyclingweekly.com) (Twitter)

June 16, 2019






Deignan dominates game of seconds to win the OVO Energy Women’s Tour.

(cyclingnews.com)-"The final stage of the OVO Energy Women’s Tour turned into a game of seconds not only to decide Lizzie Deignan’s eventual overall victory but fore the placings further down the general classification." (cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images)

June 16, 2019





Team of the Week: Comeback Edition.

(podiumcafe.com)-"Despite this edition of the Women’s Tour being easily the toughest - and in TotW’s view, the best - it was settled by the smallest margin in the race’s history. Bonuses still count in this race." (podiumcafe.com) Photograph: Simon Cooper/PA

June 16, 2019





Zilfer Cycling Phone Wallet.

(road.cc)-"The Zilfer Cycling Phone Wallet is slim, waterproof and extremely effective - it even looks 'normal' enough to use off the bike. You can't use your phone without removing it first, but that only takes a second and seems a small price to pay for an almost entirely faff-free design." (road.cc) Steve Williams

June 16, 2019



Doug Report Cycling Daily
Column One







Criterium du Dauphine: Wout Poels wins stage 7.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Wout Poels wins the stage! Fuglsang and Buchmann finish just behind. Yates and other chasers lose 10 seconds or so. That should put Fuglsang in yellow." (cyclingnews.com) (Team Ineos)

June 15, 2019






Dumoulin quits the Criterium du Dauphine to avoid irritating injured knee.

(cyclingnews.com)-"The Team Sunweb leader is still expected to ride the Tour de France but will travel back to the Netherlands for a scan before heading to altitude on Monday for a final block of training." (cyclingnews.com) (Bettini Photo)

June 15, 2019





André Greipel quits Critérium du Dauphiné with stomach virus, which could put his Tour de France at risk.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"The German sprinter did not take the start line on stage seven after extensive tests showed the presence of a bacteria in his stomach that requires treatment and rest." (cyclingweekly.com) (Tim de Waele/Getty Images)

June 15, 2019





No Tour de France for Degenkolb as Trek Segafredo focus on Richie Porte.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Leaving Degenkolb, who has also won Milan San Remo and 10 stages at the Vuelta a Espana, at home during July shows the seriousness with which Trek are approaching this year's Grand Boucle and Porte's GC ambitions." (cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images)

June 15, 2019


Column Two
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Tour de Suisse: Rohan Dennis wins opening time trial.

(cyclingnews.com)-"The time trial world champion edged out Maciej Bodnar (Bora Hansgrohe) by fractions of a second to take his first victory in the rainbow stripes. Michael Matthews (Team Sunweb) took third, two seconds down." (cyclingnews.com) (Bettini Photo)

June 15, 2019





Rally UHC hoping to ‘swing for the fences’ at Tour de Suisse.

(velonews.com)-"Rally UHC is taking a big step up at this week’s Tour de Suisse. The Tour de Suisse represents a much larger challenge for the U.S.-based squad than any of these events." (velonews.com) (Photo: Chris Graythen/Getty Images)

June 15, 2019






Baloise Belgium Tour: Campenaerts wins stage 4.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Remco Evenepoel maintains overall lead over Victor Campenaerts at 53 seconds with one stage remaining." (cyclingnews.com) (Bettini Photo)

June 15, 2019





Tifosi x Campagnolo Mons with Super Record.

(road.cc)-"This special edition Mons frame with Campagnolo livery was built to show off the best of the Italian brand's components, with stock versions of the Mons frames available to customize with various Campag builds." (road.cc) (Jack Sexty)

June 15, 2019


Column Three
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Chris Froome diagnosed with additional sternum and vertebrae fractures.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Chris Froome suffered fractures to his sternum and the C7 neck vertebrae, as well as his right femur, elbow and ribs, during his crash at the Critérium du Dauphiné, meaning he could be in hospital for up to six weeks and need six months to fully recover." (cyclingnews.com) (Twitter)

June 15, 2019






Patrick Van Gansen to take legal action against women who allege abuse.

(cyclingnews.com)-"The general manager of the UCI women's Health Mate Ladies Team rejects the allegations leveled against him by his former riders and said that he must deny them in a formal manner." (cyclingnews.com) Jávea.com

June 15, 2019






OVO Energy Women's Tour: Lizzie Deignan secures overall success.

(cyclingnews.com)-"In the sprint finish won by Amy Pieters (Boels Dolmans) ahead of Leah Kirchmann (Team Sunweb) and Roxane Fournier (Movistar Team), Deignan placed eighth, sealing her second Women's Tour overall victory." (cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images)

June 15, 2019





Smith Trackstand Glasses.

(road.cc)-"The Smith Trackstand Glasses are light, comfortable to wear and offer an uninterrupted field of vision thanks to their svelte frame. They are at the pricier end of the scale, though." (road.cc) (Stu Kerton)

June 15, 2019



Doug Report Cycling Daily
Column One







Criterium du Dauphine: Alaphilippe wins stage 6.

(cyclingnews.com)-"That was Alaphilippe's 10th victory of the season and the sprint was anything but a formality for the Frenchman. Mühlberger pushed him all the way with a strong and canny sprint effort, having already put the Frenchman under pressure on the Col de Beaune." (cyclingnews.com) (Josh Evans)

June 14, 2019






Five talking points from stage six of the Critérium du Dauphiné 2019.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"200km of road in the breakaway eventually had to be separated by a photo finish. The breakaway group were clearly aware that Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck Quick Step) was the fastest finisher of the three leaders." (cyclingweekly.com) (Tim de Waele/Getty Images)

June 14, 2019







Adam Yates: The Dauphine is so close I can't single out just one rival.

(cyclingnews.com)-"With a slender 40 seconds covering the entire top 10 at the Critérium du Dauphiné after six stages, race leader Adam Yates (Mitchelton Scott) is wise to focus his gaze on a number of riders rather than focus on one specific rider." (cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images)

June 14, 2019






Dan Martin expecting tough Criterium du Dauphine final weekend.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Stage 6 between Saint-Vulbas and Saint-Michel-de-Maurienne includes eight climbs and a second category climb close to the finish." (cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images)

June 14, 2019





Kristoff wins GP du canton d'Argovie.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Norwegian, Alexander Kristoff, tops Andrea Pasqualon, Janse van Reinardt Janse van Rensburg." (cyclingnews.com) (Bettini Photo)

June 14, 2019





The Race Musette: Cannondale, Mavic, POC and more.

(cyclingnews.com)-"This week’s look at an unannounced and brand new Cannondale SuperSix EVO raced on by EF Education First, Romain Bardet’s (AG2R La Mondiale) custom-finished €700 carbon shoes plus more." (cyclingnews.com) (Josh Evans)

June 14, 2019


Column Two
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How bad is a broken femur and what is the normal recovery time?

(cyclingweekly.com)-"When four time Tour de France winner Chris Froome was relegated from pre-Tour form chasing to intensive care in the blink of an eye, cyclists the world over winced at the announcement of a broken femur." (cyclingweekly.com) Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images

June 14, 2019







OVO Energy Women's Tour: Lizzie Deignan wins stage 5.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Lizzie Deignan (Trek Segafredo) has won the OVO Energy Women's Tour queen's stage from a three-rider group." (cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images)

June 14, 2019





Niewiadoma and Lippert rewarded for attacking racing at OVO Energy Women’s Tour.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Katarzyna Niewiadoma (Canyon SRAM) and Liane Lippert (Team Sunweb) emerged as the strongest riders of the day on Thursday’s stage 4 of the OVO Energy Women’s Tour, finishing first and second in the race’s first-ever hilltop finish and now also occupying the first two spots overall." (cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images)

June 14, 2019







What does Chris Froome’s withdrawal mean for the 2019 Tour de France?

(cyclingtips.com)-"With Froome out of the Tour, what does that mean for the race? Sky/Ineos has won all but one edition since 2012 - will 2019 be any different?" (cyclingtips.com) (Photo: Cor Vos)

June 14, 2019






There’s still a long way to go for equality as survey respondents say ‘women are inferior in sport’.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"The survey explored viewing habits in sports such as football, rugby, boxing, tennis, and cycling as well as hockey and volleyball. The latter two sports where the only pursuits where respondents said they were more likely to watch women’s games than men’s." (cyclingweekly.com) (Justin Setterfield/Getty Images Sport)

June 14, 2019





Egan Bernal to return to racing at the Tour de Suisse as Ineos and Geraint Thomas prepare for the Tour de France 2019.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"Egan Bernal (Ineos) will return to racing at the Tour de Suisse, his first race in more than two months after breaking his collarbone in a training crash." (cyclingweekly.com) (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)

June 14, 2019






Here’s who the bookmakers think will win the Tour de Suisse 2019.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"The Tour de France 2019 is not far away, with the riders looking to be in yellow when the peloton hits the Champs Élysées using two stage races in June to get their legs ready for 21 days of hectic racing around France." (cyclingweekly.com) (Photo: Luc Claessen/Getty Images)

June 14, 2019


Column Three
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June 14, 2019






Vuelta boss wants UCI to hand 2011 title to Chris Froome if Cobo decision upheld.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"The Spaniard unexpectedly won the 2011 edition ahead of Sky riders Froome and Bradley Wiggins, before eventually retiring in 2014 after a stint with Movistar and no more victories to his name." (cyclingweekly.com) (Tim de Waele/Getty Images)

June 14, 2019





Baloise Belgium Tour: Tim Wellens wins stage 3 time trial.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Lotto Soudal rider, Tim Wellens, wins the stage. Remco Evenepoel in the overall lead." (cyclingnews.com) (Courtesy of Polartec-Kometa)

June 14, 2019





Ethan Hayter leads under 23 Giro after prologue and stage one wins.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"Ethan Hayter leads the Under 23 Giro d’Italia - colloquially named the Baby Giro - having taken victory in both the prologue and stage one." (cyclingweekly.com) Image: Giro d'Italia U23 Facebook page

June 14, 2019





Six riders corroborate abuse allegations against Patrick Van Gansen.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Esther Meisels, Sara Mustonen and Chloë Turblin all left the Health Mate Ladies Team in the past three months." (cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images)

June 14, 2019






The Alternative Calendar: How EF Education First are going beyond the WorldTour.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"American WorldTour team EF Education First are renowned for standing out, whether it be due to their tendency to sign the more intellectual and unique characters in the peloton, such as Taylor Phinney and Joe Dombrowski, or because of their 2019 pink and blue tie-die style kit." (cyclingweekly.com) (Credit: EF Education First/Jordan Clark Haggard)

June 14, 2019





Anti-doping laboratory refining test for microdoses of EPO.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"The Châtenay-Malabry laboratory, which developed the first test for the detection of EPO 20 years ago, said the new test could show traces of the drug 48-hours after it’s been administered, as opposed to the current 24-hour window." (cyclingweekly.com) Michelle Arthurs-Brennan

June 14, 2019





Lizzie Deignan: I need a break.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Lizzie Deignan (Trek Segafredo) will end her first block of racing after this week's OVO Energy Women's Tour and take a rest period before beginning a training program that targets the UCI Road World Championships in Yorkshire in September." (cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images)

June 14, 2019





Lauf Anywhere Gravel Bike.

(roadbikeaction.com)"-"Following the launch of their head-turning True Grit bike that stood out with its use of their unique leading-link suspension fork, the inventive lads from Lauf are now heading down a path of what could be deemed “roadie reform." (roadbikeaction.com)




June 14, 2019



Doug Report Cycling Daily
Column One







Criterium du Dauphine: Wout van Aert wins stage 5 in Voiron.

(cyclingnews.com)-"The late attacks were caught and van Aert emerged and kicked at the right time in the curving finish. He moved past Alaphilippe and won by two bike lengths. Wow!" (cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images)

June 13, 2019





Chris Froome would want us to keep fighting for the Dauphine and Tour de France, says Knaven.

(cyclingnews.com)-"From optimism to despair to hope within just 24 hours: cycling has a cruel way of robbing opportunity from one rider and presenting another with the chance to succeed." (cyclingnews.com) (Bettini Photo)

June 13, 2019





Bouhanni's Dauphine departure increases odds against Tour de France selection.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Bouhanni failed to make the cut for Cofidis' Tour de France team in 2018, but he bounced back at the Vuelta a España to win a stage. That win was seen as a fresh start, but this year Bouhanni has struggled." (cyclingnews.com) (Route d'Occitaine)

June 13, 2019





Lizzie Deignan to miss British National Championships after intensive spring campaign.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"After returning to racing in April after the birth of her daughter, Lizzie Deignan has confirmed she will not be racing the British Road National Championships later this month." (cyclingweekly.com) (Photo by Charlie Crowhurst/Getty Images)

June 13, 2019







Critérium du Dauphiné 2019 Live Dashboard.

(steephill.tv)-"2019 Critérium du Dauphiné LIVE June 9-16, France.

Stage 6 start time: Friday 10:15 CET (1:15 AM PDT).

Live video from 15:00 CET (6:00 AM PDT).

Finish at around 16:30 CET (7:30 AM PDT).
"
(steephill.tv) (cyclingfans.com)

June 13, 2019


Column Two
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Chris Froome undergoes successful eight-hour surgery after Dauphine crash.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Team Ineos manager Dave Brailsford told reporters on Thursday morning that Froome’s surgery had been long but successful. He confirmed that Froome had suffered internal injuries as well as the fractures to his femur, hip, elbow and ribs." (cyclingnews.com) (Bettini Photo)

June 13, 2019







Chris Froome stands to be declared winner of 2011 Vuelta a Espana.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Chris Froome could soon declared the winner of the 2011 Vuelta a Espana, as the UCI confirmed that the race winner Juan Jose Cobo has been disqualified by the race organizers for doping." (cyclingnews.com) (Vuelta a Espana)

June 13, 2019







OVO Energy Women's Tour: Niewiadoma wins stage 4.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Katarzyna Niewiadoma (Canyon SRAM) won stage 4 of the OVO Energy Women's Tour that ended with a steep hilltop finish at Burton Dassett Country Park." (cyclingnews.com) (Justin Setterfield/Getty Images Sport)

June 13, 2019







‘He’ll be back from this’: Pro peloton shows support for Chris Froome after horrific crash.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"Chris Froome’s horrendous injuries suffered in a fall at the Critérium du Dauphiné have bought out the best from pros, with scores of riders sending the Team Ineos leader best wishes for a speedy recovery." (cyclingweekly.com) (Photo by LUK BENIES / AFP/ Getty Images)

June 13, 2019





Dan Martin: I'm still replaying Chris Froome's Dauphine crash in my head.

(cyclingnews.com)-"I keep seeing it. It's horrible to see something like that," Martin told Cyclingnews ahead of stage 5 at the Dauphiné." (cyclingnews.com) (Getty Images)

June 13, 2019






Tom Dumoulin says riding the Tour de France ‘doesn’t make much sense’ if knee injury doesn’t improve.

(cyclingweekly.com)-"At the moment I haven’t closed that book because it has improved in recent weeks, but it’s just not going fast enough for me." (cyclingweekly.com) (Tim de Waele/Getty Images)

June 13, 2019






McNulty looking to rebound from California disappointment at Tour de Suisse.

(cyclingnews.com)-"After finishing seventh at the Tour of California in 2018, Brandon McNulty went into this year's race with high ambitions and the backing of his Rally UHC Cycling team, which had helped shepherd him to the overall victory of the Giro di Sicilia just weeks earlier." (cyclingnews.com) (Courtesy of Rally Cycling)

June 13, 2019


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Evenepoel escapes to win stage 2 of Baloise Belgium Tour.

(cyclingnews.com)-"Young Belgian phenom Remco Evenepoel continued a string of impressive results, soloing in to victory and the race lead on stage 2 of the Baloise Belgium Tour." (cyclingnews.com) (Photo: Luc Claessen/Getty Images)

June 13, 2019





The birth and death of a bike company: What happened to SpeedX?

(cyclingtips.com)-"The tale of the Chinese start-up SpeedX is one of rapid growth, dizzying expansion and total collapse. In the space of two wild years, the company blossomed from the seed of an idea to hogging headlines around the cycling and tech world." (cyclingtips.com) Iain Treloar

June 13, 2019





Tips on submitting good quality camera evidence to police.

(road.cc)-"Many of us who use the roads see poor driving on a fairly regular basis, and many choose to carry cameras as a result. As more drivers, cyclists and motorcyclists use cameras on their day to day journeys, submission of video evidence to police is skyrocketing." (road.cc) (Dave Atkinson)

June 13, 2019





Northwave Extreme Pro shoes.

(road.cc)-"If top-level sole stiffness is your main priority when it comes to shopping for road shoes then you need to add the Northwave Extreme Pro to your list." (road.cc) (Stu Kerton)

June 13, 2019





Turn your own wrenches, save money with updated BBB-4 repair book from Park Tool.

(bikerumor.com)-"ark Tool has announced an updated and expanded version of their Big Blue Book of Bicycle Repair, otherwise called the BBB-4. Written by Calvin Jones, the book covers just about any repair you’d want to do to a bike." (bikerumor.com) Greg Kopecky

June 13, 2019





The Draft builds custom Spanish bikes for gravel & road in carbon or steel.

(bikerumor.com)-"With groundwork laid in 2016 in Madrid, The Draft is a relatively new Spanish bike company working closely with Italian & Spanish craftsmen to build made-to-measure road & gravel bikes for its customers since early 2017." (bikerumor.com) (Cory Benson)

June 13, 2019












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