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UCI issues new guidelines to boost safety in the race convoy

Heading towards the one year anniversary of the death of Antoine Demoitiè during the Gent-Wevelgem event, the UCI has tightened up on its safety procedures and instructions for the movement of vehicles in the race convoy. (Cycling Tips)


Is Wout Van Aert Motor Doping?

A video clip from Karawarencross in Lille, Belgiun has raised mechanical doping suspicions against World Cyclo-cross Champ Wout Van Aert.

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Frostbite and a handmade ‘Mad Max’ machine: training with the Mongolian national women’s cycling team

Although cycling is growing in popularity in Mongolia, there are significant barriers to getting new riders involved.

The open steppes might be a mountain biker’s dream, but road conditions are not good, city traffic is chaotic and red lights are treated as meaning ‘give way, maybe’. (Cycling Tips)

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Meet Ronny Baron, Nibali’s Wrench

Italy’s Ronny Baron grew up in the shadows of professional sports. His father was a soigneur for the professional soccer team in his hometown of Padua. Ronny, however, chose cycling.

After racing as a junior and an amateur, he found work in the Wilier-Triestina bike factory, something that proved to be a perfect preparation for the professional wrenching ranks. (Peloton Magazine)

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Michael Matthews gets slick in the wind tunnel

Team Sunweb fits Australian with aerodynamic kit, position. (

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Colnago to Unveil New Ottanta5 Road Bike

To celebrate Ernesto Colnago’s 85th birthday, the iconic Italian brand that bears his name, will unveil its new Ottanta5 road bike later this week. (Capo Velo)

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Just how close was Ian Stannard to losing his Sun Tour stage win?

Video footage shows how Ian Stannard nearly got caught on the line as he celebrated on the final stage of the Herald Sun Tour. (Cycling Weekly)

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

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.
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Owain Doull is the subject of new TV documentary

Welsh TV channel S4C followed Owain Doull as he prepared and rode in the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, and the joined Team Sky ahead of the 2017 season. (Cycling Weekly)

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Top 5 pro road bikes of 2017

Our picks from this year’s peloton. (Bike Radar)

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Strava now Supports Emojis

As of yesterday evening, you can now express your emotions on Strava – even when words fail you. Which, let’s face it, is more common by bike than in any other scenario. (Total Women’s Cycling)

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Bradley Wiggins to target a new career

Sir Bradley Wiggins says he wants to forge a career as an actor, claiming he has previously turned down a role on Eastenders. (Cycling Weekly)