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Watch: Rider forced to cling to side of bridge above 30ft ravine after finish line crash

A rider in California had a narrow escape after a finish line crash saw him clinging to the side of a 30ft ravine as he bike plunged to the valley floor. (Cycling Weekly)

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Cavendish: I’ll always get angry when I lose

Mark Cavendish shrugged off questions about his early season form, his sprinting speed and his chances of winning a stage at the Dubai Tour, attempting to deflect any expectations before he makes his season debut with Dimension Data in the five-day race in the Middle East. (CyclingNews.com)

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Gerald Ciolek and Linus Gerdemann announce retirements

No new teams for former German stars. (CyclingNews.com)

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Stannard: You can’t race the Classics staring at your power meter

Compared to their dominance at the Tour de France, Team Sky have been underwhelming in the Classics, with just one Monument win since their inception in 2010.

That could all be about to change with Ian Stannard given a central role in the team’s spring leadership. (CyclingNews.com)

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Video: On-board highlights of Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race

Action from both men’s and women’s races. (CyclingNews.com)

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Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 R9170 First Ride Review

The new Dura-Ace Di2 R9170 groupset benefits from two generations and almost a decade of refinement, and as good as the previous editions already were, this latest one somehow manages to improve upon the breed, while also adding the long-awaited hydraulic disc brake option. (Cycling Tips)

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Disc brakes a ‘strong improvement’ says Marcel Kittel, as he prepares to race on them at Dubai Tour

Kittel will race on the Specialized Venge Vias Disc at the five-stage race this week, and while he said he didn’t yet know if he would use discs all year he called this race a good “test”. (CyclingNews.com)

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Former Team Sky doctor and Sir Bradley Wiggins Jiffy Bag courier summoned to testify before MPs

Dr Richard Freeman and Simon Cope invited to appear before select committee next month. (road.cc)

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San Juan: Richeze doubles up, Mollema wins GC

Quick-Step’s Max Richeze takes two straight stages to close out Vuelta de San Juan, while Trek’s Bauke Mollema takes home the overall win. (Velo News)

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15-year-old tyres used to win Cyclocross World Championships

If there’s a secret behind Wout van Aert’s Cyclocross World Championship win, it could be his tyres, which used the tread of 15-year-old Michelins. (Cycling Weekly)

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French anti-doping expert says he was told a dozen riders used motors during the 2015 Tour de France

Although the CBS 60 Minutes programme which aired on Sunday night fell short of providing the sort of proof needed to show that certain riders and teams had using hidden motors in the Tour de France, one of the most notable aspects was an interview with a highly-experienced French anti-doping official. (Cycling Tips)