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VTWO/CyclingTips Carpark Climb comes to Adelaide at the Tour Down Under

In March 2016, in a multi-story carpark in the heart of Melbourne, hundreds of cyclists and cycling fans gathered for a night of entertainment and some good, hard bike racing. The event pitted riders of all shapes and sizes against one another and the clock, as they battled their way up the spiralling ramps of that Flinders Lane carpark. (Cycling Tips)

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Bike products on display at CES 2017 in Las Vegas

Amidst the smart hairbrushes, Augmented Reality Play Doh, Bluetooth-enabled toasters, virtual reality shoes, developer kits for “smart” sex toys (find your own link) and underwater drones for anglers (actually kind of cool), there are a number of bike-related products on display this week at the Consumer Electronics Show here. (Bicycle Retailer)

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Video: Apple’s new $5 billion campus; 1,000 bikes and cycle trails

With 1,000 bikes for the staff to get around, cycling trails are also going into the massive new campus. (Sticky Bottle)

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Polar shows off GoPro camera control, new H10 heart rate strap

While Polar started off the week with an announcement about their new wearable shirt that has integrated heart rate sensors in it, they began today announcing details on GoPro camera control and a new H10 heart rate strap. (DC Rainmaker)

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A New Invention “SafeRail” May Keep Cyclists from Getting Stuck in Subway Rails

Two students in the Netherlands have come up with a design that might be able to prevent cycling from getting stuck in subway rails. (Capo Velo)

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DC Rainmaker: Roundup from CES Day 2: Pepcom Event

Various smart products.

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The bike kit bio-hazards cyclists never talk about, and how to beat them

Helmet honk, cheesy shoes, the dangers that lurk in your shorts, glove sniffing and more. (road.cc)

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Fisher-Price has created a turbo trainer for your three-year-old

Toy giant Fisher–Price unveils its latest bike toy the Think and Learn Smart Cycle and it comes with an educational twist. (Cycling Weelkly)

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Brian Cookson set to face French challenge for UCI presidency?

Marc Madiot, the head of the French Cycling League, says that he will back his fellow Frenchman David Lappartient if he chooses to run for UCI president. (Cycling Weekly)

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Mudslide at the US cyclo-cross nationals

Continue reading Mudslide at the US cyclo-cross nationals

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Chris Froome and Cadel Evans interview each other about races, retirement and the 2008 Tour

Two Tour de France winners chat in this extract from the January issue of Procycling. (CyclingNews.com)

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Dumoulin confirmed for Giro d’Italia challenge

Tom Dumoulin has put the rumour and speculation to bed by confirming that he will target the overall classification at the 2017 Giro d’Italia. (CyclingNews.com)

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WorldTour 2017 Bikes: Peter Sagan’s Specialized Venge ViAS

New team but same bike for Peter Sagan this season. (road.cc)

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Review: Riding the BH bikes G7 Disc over cobbled classics, dirt roads & racing the clock

As one of the first companies to commit to going disc brake-only for their top road bike redesign, BH put their neck on the line as their French Pro Continental team Direct Énergie was preparing to race the bike in the 2016 Spring Classics. (Bike Rumor)

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Video: High-energy disco dancing on bikes – what’s not to love?

This footage from the indoor Cycle Gymnastics World Championships will inject some enthusiasm into your day, or we’ll eat our hotpants. (Road.cc)

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Team Sunweb reveals new kit and Giant team bikes

Team Sunweb have unveiled their new team kit and bikes at an official launch at the Rotterdam Six Day in the Netherlands. (Cycling Weekly)

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RIP Tour of Qatar, the race built on sand

The Tour of Qatar and Ladies Tour of Qatar have been cancelled, vanishing into the desert crosswinds. Time for cycling to think again. (Rouleur)

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The Joy of Not Fixing Your Bike

Sometimes, bike maintenance DIY is all about the options it gives you. (Bicycling Magazine)

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Rohan Dennis wins his second consecutive Australian time trial title

Dennis covered the 40.9km out-and-back course in a time of 50:59 (48.1km/h average), finishing an impressive 58 seconds ahead of two-time former winner Luke Durbridge (Orica-Scott) with Ben Dyball another 40 seconds back in third place. (Cycling Tips)

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Garmin launches Uber ETA and other Connect IQ Apps

Garmin is making available for download apps from Uber, Trek and Gu Energy. (DC Rainmaker)

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Gallery: Quick-Step Floors kicks off 2017 season with Calpe camp

Gilbert and Boonen together on the roads of Spain. (CyclingNews.com)

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Boom nets first cyclo-cross podium since 2010 in Surhuisterveen

Dutch rider second to Van Kessel in muddy LottoNl-Jumbo debut. (CyclingNews.com)

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Roundup from CES Day 1: Unveiled Event

(DC Rainmaker)

SpeedX Unicorn, smart hairbrush, and more.

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Selle Italia C59 saddle first look

The C59 takes its name from the prototype version of this saddle, which came in at exactly 59g. (Bike Radar)

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Video: Thieves caught red-handed trying to rob bike on Irish street

Two males try to steal a bike on an Irish street before undercover detectives move in and catch them. (Sticky Bottle)