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Kolobnev confirms retirement at 35

Russian reflects on the highs and lows of his 15-year career. (CyclingNews.com)

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Website catalogues Google StreetView images before and after cycle improvements

Aims to provide ideas and inspiration for city design. (road.cc)

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Taylor Phinney Had a Training Day

Like many professional cyclists, Taylor Phinney heads to warmer climates in the off-season to train. It just so happens that his locale of choice is Los Angeles. (The Radavist)

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French cyclist Robert Marchand in new Hour Record attempt today – at age of 105

Expert in physiology and performance who has been studying him says he’s getting better with age. (Road.cc)

Sets new Hour Record with 22.547km ride

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National Champion Missy Erickson Speaks Out About Her Sexual Abuse

The six-time champion claims that the sexual and emotional abuse began when she was a junior. (Bicycling Magazine)

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Donald Trump emerges as unlikely champion of bike couriers

President-elect says hacking means sensitive information is best sent by hand – but ex-White House cybercrime adviser disagrees. (road.cc)

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Caleb Ewan claims second consecutive Australian criterium title

In a fiercely contested bunch kick in the centre of Ballarat, Ewan got the better of rivals Scott Sunderland (IsoWhey Sports-SwissWellness) and Brenton Jones (Condor-JLT) after patiently biding his time in the bunch throughout the hour-long race. (Cycling Tips)

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Lazer introduce Bullet aero lid with adjustable ventilation

We headed to Lazer HQ in Antwerp to get the inside story on the Bullet, which is Lazer’s first aerodynamic road lid, as well as another new helmet, the Victor, and a range of eyewear coming in 2017. (Road Cycling UK)

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Cycling Maven: Wheel Building In Jail!! (Not A Vlog)

Wheel building discussion in an interesting workshop.
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Steve Cummings: Doing it his way

Sat in the cold winter sunshine outside a cafe in Vinci, Tuscany, the birthplace of Leonardo da Vinci, an Americano on the table in front of him and the church bells clanging every 30 minutes, Steve Cummings looks content amid the Italian way of life. (Cycling Weekly)

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Seven reasons why the Tour Down Under can’t come soon enough

Thankfully there are only 13 days to go until the racing gets underway, but for us that still seems a bit too long, so here are a few reasons why we can’t wait for the race to get going. (Cycling Weekly)

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Hands-on: Garmin’s New Fenix 5 Multisport GPS Series–with mapping! 

Wondering why there’s not a Fenix4?  That’s because the phonetic pronunciation of that in Chinese roughly translates to ‘fast rise to quick death’. (DC Rainmaker)

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CES 2017: LeEco Smart Road & Smart Mountain bikes

LeEco is a technology company, not a bike company. But at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas this week they’re bridging that gap with their new Android-powered cycling operating system designed to integrate with the bike offering navigation of your ride & tracking performance. (Bike Rumor)

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Rouleur Online Photo Annual: David Powell

Rouleur contributing photographer David Powell heads to South America to photograph Fernando Gaviria and the riders of the Colombia Coldeportes team. (Rouleur)

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Hanegraaf files suit to block publication of Dekker biography

Belgian media reports that former rider, agent and manager Jacques Hanegraaf has filed suit in a Dutch court against author Thijs Zonneveld and publisher Overamstel, attempting to block the publication of Thomas Dekker’s controversial biography. (CyclingNews.com)

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Cromwell changing approach to national championships

28-year-old Australian taking a more relaxed attitude into this weekend’s races. (CyclingNews.com)

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Gallery: Van Avermaet, Porte, Roche and van Garderen sport 2017 BMC kits

BMC Racing joins the list of teams eager to release photos of their 2017 riders decked out in the upcoming season’s latest gear. (CyclingNews.com)

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Lampre says goodbye to cycling after 23 seasons – News Shorts

The Lampre company, which specializes in creating pre-coated steel products, will exit the sport of cycling after 18 consecutive years as title sponsor of the WorldTour team after not being involved in the discussions to continue the team under the support of UAE Abu Dhabi. (CyclingNews.com)

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Porte motivated for top result at Tour Down Under

Richie Porte has not raced since crashing out of the Olympic Games road race with a fractured scapula, but the BMC rider is fit and ready to lead his team to a top result in the Tour Down Under this month. (CyclingNews.com)

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PelotonShorts: Frank Schleck Retires

With his retirement from racing at age 36, Luxembourg racer Fränk Schleck has brought to a close a nine-decade-long family history in cycling. (Peloton Magazine)

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Good-Bye Sir Bradley!

PEZ’s cycling sage and prophet, Vik reckons he’ll be back for Tokyo and in the world of Sir Bradley Wiggins, I wouldn’t bet against that possibility. Here at PEZ I felt I had to record his retirement with a few personal memories, some good and some not so good. (Pez Cycling)

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8 ways to make your road bike lighter

Marginal gains for the masses. (Bike Radar)