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Magnus Cort Nielsen edges out Nacer Bouhanni in Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana stage three 

The Dane bided his time in a technical final kilometre that saw a couple of crashes, hitting the front with impeccable timing with just under 200m to go. (Cycling Weekly)

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The contradiction – POC Wall

To define Taylor Phinney as an athlete would be a mistake. As with life’s more interesting characters, he is a mass of contradictions.

He is at once the poster boy for American cycling — the wunderkind offspring of Olympian parents — and defiantly off-message. (POC Sports)

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The School Kids Who Built Us A Race Bike – Part One

Adams’ Grammar School in Shropshire, UK offers one class in particular that’s a little bit different. Teacher Andrew Jones has built a programme – from the ground up – in which his students design and build an entire frame, from scratch. (Bike Radar)

Continue reading The School Kids Who Built Us A Race Bike – Part One

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Dave Brailsford’s hits back at allegations of sexism at British Cycling 

“We were not sexist, but we were definitely ‘medallist’” (Cycling Weekly)

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Yet another French race steeped in history is cancelled

The French race Cholet-Pays-de-la-Loire will not go ahead the year because of an apparent dispute between the race organisation and councillors. (Cycling Weekly)

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Felt bike brand bought by ski maker Rossignol

Last year it acquired Time Sport, well known for its pedals and bike frame technology and it’s now added US brand Felt Bikes, headquartered in Irvine, California and with a European headquarters in Edewecht, Germany. (Cycling Weekly)

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Luke Rowe wins stage two of Herald Sun Tour

Welshman Luke Rowe takes his first win since 2012, making a solo move from the day’s escape group in the Herald Sun Tour. (Cycling Weekly)

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Dubai Tour queen stage cancelled due to high winds

After the peloton was battered by crosswinds and sandstorms in the desert on stage three – won by John Degenkolb – organisers had already opted to re-route stage four with more high winds forecast. (roadcyclinguk)

Riders praise Dubai Tour organisers

Impromptu time trial suggestion rejected

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Gallery: Michael Valgren’s Argon 18 Gallium Pro

Take a closer look at the Danish rider’s race bike. (Bike Radar)