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The Smartest Bike Tech From CES | The GCN Show Ep. 209

On the GCN Show this week: the latest smart bike tech from the CES Show and all of the pro cycling and cyclocross racing news.
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Revealed! The most successful WorldTour bikes of 2016

We crunch the data to reveal the race bikes ridden to the greatest number of wins and top placings over the past year. (road.cc)

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Don’t try this at home! Here’s what happens in the pro cyclocross pits

Watch as the support crews swap tires, de-ice pedals and keep their athletes rolling through at top speed. (Bike Rumor)

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Motorbikes and safety: What has changed since the death of Antoine Demoitié?

Riders’ union pushes UCI to take control of safety issues. (CyclingNews.com)

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Dutch preparing for Giro d’Italia invasion

The Netherlands’ chances of winning its first grand tour in 27 years are increasing with four stars planning to race the 2017 Giro d’Italia this May. (Velo News)

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Pinarello threatened with legal action over design of new Dogma F10

Taiwanese brand Velocite claims to hold patents of concave down tube design. (Cycling Weekly)

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Pinarello Dogma F10 launched – it’s lighter, stiffer and more aero

Pinarello has today unveiled the successor to the Dogma F8, the new F10. (road.cc)

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Alberto Contador: ‘Oleg Tinkov has a lot of money but didn’t know how to manage a team’ – Cycling Weekly

Spanish Grand Tour star Alberto Contador has no regrets about Oleg Tinkov’s departure from the world of cycling. (Cycling Weekly)

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Fat Bike caught on an Electric Fence!

Paul tries to detangle his bike from an electric fence. (YouTube)
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TDU 2017 Tech: Disc Brakes Spotted on Cannondale-Drapac Pro Cycling Team Bike 

With the UCI giving the go-ahead for disc brakes in the pro peloton again, some teams are taking the opportunity to experiment with the technology, even if only on team training bikes for now. (Bike Rumor)

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Guercilena: ‘Contador deal came together quite fast’

The blockbuster deal between Alberto Contador and Trek – Segafredo was “easier than expected.” (Velo News)

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Hundreds Brave Moscow’s Freezing Temperatures for Bike Parade

Hundreds of hardy cyclists on Sunday braved temperatures as low as -27 degrees Celsius (-16.6 degrees Fahrenheit) in Moscow to complete a mass bike ride through the snow-bound Russian capital. (Bicycling Magazine)

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PEZ Talk: Katusha-Alpecin’s Sven Erik Bystrøm

Two years ago Sven Erik Bystrøm was about to start his professional career. Since then he has become Alexander Kristoff’s right hand man in the Classics. (Pez Cycling)

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Leopold König explains his path from Sky domestique to Giro d’Italia contender

Peter Sagan and Rafal Majka have earned most of the headlines after moving to Bora-hansgrohe, but if things go to plan for Leopold König, he could end 2017 with some of the team’s best results. (Cycling Tips)

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Riders slam UCI’s ‘obscenely last minute’ announcement of Para-Cycling World Championships

Governing body gives only seven weeks notice of event, and wrongly claims that is the first World Championships to take place in a post-Paralympic year. (Cycling Weekly)