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Cannondale Headquarters Tour, Part 1 – Offices, and a killer coffee machine 

Just an hour or so away from the 2017 USA Cycling Cyclocross National Championships in Hartford, Connecticut, is a little town called Wilton. A few years ago, Cannondale moved their headquarters there (which is just a few minutes south of their original location), and we’ve been looking for an excuse to visit ever since. CX Nats was that excuse. (Bike Rumor)

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First Ride: Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 R9170 groupset

We use Shimano’s new Dura-Ace Di2 electronic groupset with disc brakes, and we’re impressed. (


Wout Van Aert to miss Hoogerheide World Cup 

Knee injury keeps World Champion out of World Cup finale. (

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Pro rider falls off stage at team unveiling, needs 15 stitches for wound

Kasia Pawlowska suffered a nasty fall off the stage at the Boels-Dolmans team presentation in the Netherlands. The 27-year old Polish woman required 15 stitches to close the wound. (Sticky Bottle)

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Cookson defends Sutton over bullying claims, says he has a great respect for him

Commenting on the bullying allegations made against former British Cycling head coach Shane Sutton, UCI president Brian Cookson has said that the Australian is someone he has a lot of respect for. (Cycling Tips)

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TDU 2017 Tech: Team Katusha Aeroad CF SLX with SRAM Red eTap

Katusha’s equipment sponsors remain the same for 2017 with Canyon supplying frames, and SRAM, Zipp and Quarq supplying components, wheels and power meters. (Bike Rumor)

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‘It’s possible to beat Chris Froome head-to-head if there’s the right situation’ 

Vincenzo Nibali is preparing with his new Bahrain-Merida team to conquer the Giro d’Italia and then the Vuelta a España in 2017, where he’ll likely come head-to-head with Chris Froome. (Cycling Weekly)

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Cycling Maven: Riding With DurianRider!!

In VLOG EP. #308 Cycling Maven Rides with DurianRider.
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Tweets of the week: Caleb Ewan, Esteban Chaves, Ian Bibby, and more

As we all know, cyclists and Twitter are a great combination so we’ve rounded up the best tweets from the past week including Caleb Ewan and Esteban Chaves. (Cycling Weekly)

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New kits, kicks and lids of the 2017 WorldTour

Teams come and go and sponsors change, leading to new colours, new clothing and new accessories to see. And every season, some kits are simply better than others. (Cycling Tips)

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Sex Abuse in Cycling—How Big Is the Problem?

Recent allegations of sexual abuse in pro cycling have some wondering how pervasive the problem is, and what we can do to stop it. (Bicycling Magazine)

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Thereabouts 3: Discovering Colombia premiere

On Friday, January 20 at 6:30pm (Adelaide time), we will be hosting the premiere of Thereabouts 3: Discovering Colombia. For those of you who cannot make the live screening in Adelaide (sold out), you can see it here on CyclingTips where it will be launched at the same time. (Cycling Tips)

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Unstoppable Caleb Ewan makes it three with Tour Down Under stage four victory

Once again the Australian beat world champion Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) into second place as he did on stage three, with Danny van Poppel (Team Sky) claiming third place. (Cycling Weekly)