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‘My work isn’t sexist and no one forces me to do it’ says Tour of Flanders podium girl

Lien Crapoen, a podium hostess for Flanders Classics, explains that there’s much more to her role than meets the eye. (Cycling Weekly)

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Cookson: I’d be very surprised, but very disappointed, if Sky and Wiggins crossed ethical lines

UCI president Brian Cookson has given a tentative indication of confidence in Team Sky and British Cycling, saying that it would be unexpected if it was shown that either organisation had acted inappropriately in relation to Bradley Wiggins. (Cycling Tips)

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Video: Rider dodges falling tree, his buddy is not so lucky

Two of the riders on their way to the Tour Down Under get past just in the time, but the last man on the road is not so lucky; incredible footage and something you don’t see too often. (Sticky Bottle)

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The comeback star: Marianne Vos on her stellar cross season and the pure joy of being back

What a difference a year can make. When we spoke to Marianne Vos around this time last year, her return to racing was still uncertain. She had been sidelined with injuries for over a year, and her comeback was much anticipated. (Ella Cycling Tips)

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Tour Down Under: No complaints from Sagan after second place finish

Peter Sagan will continue his search for victory number one of the 2017 season and his Bora-hansgrohe career after placing second into Victor Harbor at the Tour Down Under, but it’s not a result the Slovakian will be losing sleep over. (

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Found: Safety Skin Reflective Spread makes your body shine

We’ve seen reflective spray for clothing, reflective paint for bikes, and now? A reflective stick for your body. (Bike Rumor)

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‘I know Bradley Wiggins has never doped’ says former Olympic team-mate

Former team pursuit rider Bryan Steel gives Wiggins his backing. (Cycling Weekly)

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Italian team sponsor threatens to pull out after Giro d’Italia non-selection

Head of Androni company says ‘that is it’ after the Androni Giocattoli team failed to get a wildcard place in the 2017 Giro d’Italia. (Cycling Weekly)

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You can now buy a belt drive bike, bike trailer, and accessories from IKEA 

Last year, IKEA announced that they would be be adding a new bicycle to their catalog last year, and it looks as if the time is finally come for IKEA shoppers in the United States.

The bikes, and all the accessories, are now up on the website and available for purchase. (Bike Rumor)

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Alone, again: Lieuwe Westra’s decision to leave pro cycling and face his depression

A little over a week ago, Westra announced his retirement in a haphazard manner, posting it on Facebook of all places, removing it, and leaving it up to Wanty-Groupe Gobert to announce it on their Twitter account, scrambling a few days later to spin it as an opportunity to sign new, younger riders. (Cycling Tips)

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Rochelle Gilmore: Women’s cycling will go to another level in 2017

The introduction of the Women’s WorldTour last season was meant to be a big step forward for the sport. The new series combined one-day racing with stage races for the first time and promised more and better coverage. (

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Nairo Quintana confirms attempt at Giro/Tour double

That will mean that Quintana will not return to the Vuelta a España to attempt to successfully defend his title from 2016. (Cycling Weekly)

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Caleb Ewan continues sprint domination at Tour Down Under with stage three win

Caleb Ewan (Orica-Scott) continued to show his early season prowess after impressively sprinting to victory on stage three of the 2017 Tour Down Under. (Cycling Weekly)

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