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Should Cyclists Fuel With Candy?

Gummy bears are having a moment thanks to Road World Champion Peter Sagan—but whether candy really has performance value depends on how you use it. (Bicycling Magazine)

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Bradley Wiggins doctor pulls out of anti-doping select hearing due to illness

Freeman had been scheduled to appear in front of the committee but the Press Association have reported that the doctor emailed the committee’s chairman Damian Collins MP on Tuesday stating that he was too ill to attend. (cyclingnews.com)

 

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Entire Iranian team banned after second rider tests positive

The Pishgaman Cycling Team will be banned from competition for 30 days between March 6 and April 6 following a decision of the UCI’s Disciplinary Commission. (Cycling Weekly)

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Bill Cunningham: New York’s fashion photographer and his 27 bikes 

Legendary New York Times street photographer – and dedicated cyclist – Bill Cunningham died in 2016. Matt Seaton honours the man and his bikes. (Rouleur)

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Sagan, Van Avermaet and Vanmarcke could face fine for sidewalk riding at Omloop

UCI commissaire says disqualification would have been too harsh a punishment. (cyclingnews.com)

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Crunch time for Quick-Step, both on and off bike

Belgian super-team Quick-Step Floors is barnstorming toward the spring classics with everything at stake, both on and off the bike. (Velo News)

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Tour de Langkawi: Penultimate stage victory for Mareczko

Gibbons holds overall lead.  (cyclingnews.com)

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Lachlan Morton: ‘The WorldTour feels different this time around’

Lachlan Morton quietly made his return to the WorldTour in January at Australia’s Santos Tour down Under. Several weeks later at the Tour of Oman, Morton wasn’t so quiet. (Velo News)

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Matteo Trentin: I’ll always race on instinct

The main focus for the next couple of days is rest and that’s given me the chance to look back at the Opening weekend and think about my performances. (cyclingnews.com)