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Vuelta a España organisers pay tribute to Kris Boeckmans (VIDEO)

The Lotto-Soudal rider crashed on the eighth stage of the 2015 Vuelta and was subsequently placed in an induced coma. He required eight hours of facial surgery on a broken nose and jawbone, as well as treatment for concussion, three broken ribs and bleeding in his lungs. (The Bike Comes First)

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Sagan says heat, hills too much too soon

But he tends to downplay his form and expectations. (Velo News)

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Alex Howes diary: Teenagers on motorcycles

Greetings from down under. (Cycling Tips)

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Woods revelling in Tour Down Under pressure 

Canadian looking to learn from mistakes of debut season with Cannondale-Drapac. (CyclingNews.com)

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Amanda Spratt carves out formidable lead in first stage of 2017 Santos Women’s Tour

Spratt was giving everything she had right to the end, and her face showed it. Every second counted as there was more at stake than just a stage victory – this was a win aimed at making it difficult for anyone else to take the blue leaders jersey for the entire race. (Cycling Tips)

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Sky and Garmin. 2 shades of gray

Comparing the fallout of scandal within the two “Clean Teams,” Garmin and Sky. (Twisted Spoke)

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Koalas, kangaroos and snakes, the Tour Down Under team presentation

Riders get to grips with the local wildlife ahead of the WorldTour opener. (CyclingNews.com)

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Lachlan Morton version 2.0 excited for Tour Down Under return

Australian Dimension Data rider ready for WorldTour (CyclingNews.com)

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BRAND NEW Pinarello Dogma F10 – Team Sky’s Bike For 2017

Direct from Mallorca, we check out the new F10 of Dutch rider Wout Poels. (GCN)
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Tour Down Under 2017: Sports Tech Gear Of the Pro Women

DC Rainmaker examines the tech used on the first day of the Women’s Santos Tour Down Under, and compares it to the men’s pro field. (DC Rainmaker)

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Hugh Carthy on course for 2017 Giro d’Italia spot with Cannondale-Drapac

Young Brit Hugh Carthy set for second Grand Tour start with Cannondale-Drapac in Sardinia at the 2017 Giro d’Italia (Cycling Weekly)

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K-Edge gives you the pro look w/ new number plate holders, plus GoPro top cap mount

Gone are the days of fashioning number plate holders from scrap metal, the mark of a pro mechanic, or an obsessed enthusiast. Now everyone can look pro with a slick mount from K-Edge. (Bike Rumor)