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Tony Martin takes stunning solo win in Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana stage two

Time trial world champion Tony Martin uses his superior power to leave everyone standing and take his first victory for Katusha-Alpecin. (Cycling Weekly)

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Dubai Gallery: Windy, nervous racing in stage 3

Dubai Tour stage 3 was ripped apart by windy conditions, and John Degenkolb prevailed to win his first race of 2017. (Velo News)

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Canyon introduce 665g Ultimate CF Evo – ‘lightest, most technically advanced frameset ever’

As the name suggests, the Evo is based on the existing Ultimate, and shares the same aero-influenced tube profiles.

Instead, Canyon say the secret behind the Ultimate CF Evo’s low weight is the use of ‘ultra-high modulus pitch-based fibres that required special permission from the Japanese Ministry of Defence to access’. (roadcyclinguk)

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2017 Dubai Tour: Stage 3 – Final Kilometers and Sprint Finish

Final Kilometers and Sprint finish from Stage 3 of the 2017 Dubai Tour.
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Dubai Tour: Degenkolb wins sand-battered stage 3

John Degenkolb (Trek-Segafredo) took a close win over Reinardt Janse van Rensburg (Dimension Data) on the third stage of the Dubai Tour, with Bahrain Merida’s Sonny Colbrelli third.

Race leader, Marcel Kittel, who was allegedly hit by another rider during the stage, was blocked in and finished outside of the top ten. (CyclingNews.com)

Final 6 km and sprint finish

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Marcel Kittel left with bleeding head after being ‘beaten by an Astana rider’

Marcel Kittel (Quick-Step Floors) suffered a nasty looking head injury at the Dubai Tour after allegedly getting elbowed by an Astana rider. (Cycling Weekly)

Kittel calls for Grivko to face six-month ban (cyclingnews.com)

Two sides to every story: Grivko shares account of Dubai skirmish (Velo News)

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Herald Sun Tour: Howson into yellow after Falls Creek stage win

Chaves and Froome miss out as domestique enjoys first professional victory. (CyclingNews.com)