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Lines too long in Italian hospital for Toon Aerts, flies home

Toon Aerts crashed during the UCI Cyclocross World Cup in Italy, possibly fracturing his collarbone. Unwilling to wait in the long line at the Italian hospital, Aerts and his team made the decision to fly home to Belgium before getting a diagnostic x-ray.
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Kirsten Wild’s powerful sprint captures stage 2 of the Santos Women’s Tour

Trying out the sprint train with a new team for the very first time, Kirsten Wild (Cylance Pro Cycling) used her powerful kick to take out the stage two criterium at the Santos Women’s Tour in front of an enthusiastic crowd. (Cycling Tips)

Cylance claims stage 2 quinella (Velo News)

Stage 1 and 2 highlights (YouTube)

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Gallery: Caleb Ewan’s Scott Foil

A detailed look at the Aussie sprint specialist’s bike. (Bike Radar)

CX

Vos wins Fiuggi Regione Lazio World Cup

Nash and De Boer round out the podium. (Cycling News.com)

CX

Van Aert takes victory in Fiuggi Regione Lazio

(CyclingNews.com)

Video: Toon Aerts crashes out

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Shimano debuts S-Phyre clothing

In 2016 Shimano announced the S-Phyre concept for performance footwear. Now in 2017 Shimano expands the S-Phyre concept to include race clothing. WorldTour team LottoNL-Jumbo will race in S-Phyre custom clothing and footwear this season. (Bike Radar)

Pro Cycling

Caleb Ewan wins People’s Choice Classic for second time

Caleb Ewan beat Sam Bennett to victory in the prelude circuit race the of the Tour Down Under, the People’s Choice Classic. (Cycling Weekly)

Ewan and Kluge partnership off to winning start

Video: Last Kilometer

On-Bike footage from winner

Video: Winner’s interview

Video: GCN Race Report

Cycling Tips Photo Gallery

SteepHill Photo Gallery

Pro Cycling

Richie Porte raring to finally take overall victory at Tour Down Under

The Australian has won the queen stage to Willunga Hill for the past two years, but will hoping to go one further and take the overall. (Cycling Weekly)