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From indoor superstar to cobbled spring races: Talking to Zwift Academy winner Leah Thorvilson

With proven athletic ability but little bike racing experience, Thorvilson started with a gradual acclimatisation to team life in Australia before being thrown into the proverbial deep end last weekend when she did her first UCI race – a chaotic cobbled European race! We talked to Thorvilson to find out how she’s faring now that she has stepped into the world of professional cycling. (Cycling Tips)

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Sweat Rate Linked to Body Mass, Not Gender

Until recently, it’s been postulated that men and women sweat at different rates due to hormonal factors, but a new study has found that rather than hormones, it’s body mass that impacts sweat rate the most. (Bicycling Magazine)

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How does Peter Sagan do it?

Belgian website NRC published an in-depth look at Peter Sagan’s backstory. Here are a few things we can learn from his early years. (Velo News)

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Strade Bianche secrets with Megan Guarnier

The 2015 Strade Bianche winner on how to get streets ahead at Tuscany’s white roads classic. (Rouleur)

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Sir Bradley Wiggins filmed refusing to talk about mystery package outside his home this morning

BBC Sports Editor Dan Roan has posted footage to Twitter of Sir Bradley Wiggins refusing to answer questions outside his home in Lancashire this morning about the mystery package containing medicine for him that was delivered to Team Sky doctor Richard Freeman at the 2011 Criterium du Dauphine. (road.cc)

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Cyclist Captures the World’s Best Wildlife Photo

This friendly quokka lives on Western Australia’s Rottnest Island and seems to love bikes as much as we do. (Bicycling Magazine)

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UKAD CEO reveals Team Sky doctor’s poor record keeping and ‘excessive’ corticosteroid orders

Dr Richard Freeman criticised for lack of medical records; Nicole Sapstead claims more triamcinolone ordered than was covered by TUEs. (RoadCyclingUK)

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Preview: Women’s WorldTour kicks off on the gravel roads of the Strade Bianche this weekend

The iconic white gravel roads of the Strade Bianche will once again host the kick-off event of the UCI Women’s WorldTour this weekend. (Cycling Tips)

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Women’s Tour de France Cancelled for 2017

SubscribeWomen do compete in La Course during the Tour de France, but the stage race most comparable to the men’s Tour is actually La Route de France Féminine. Traditionally held in August, the seven-stage race has provided women a platform for stage racing for years.

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By the numbers: What does it take to be competitive at the cobbled semi-classics?

Stephen Gallagher (Dig Deep Coaching) dives into the rider data to see what it takes to be competitive at these semi-Classics while explaining how the efforts of the pros compare to what us mere mortals are capable of. (Cycling Tips)

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Race organisers take action to stop riders riding on the pavement

Organisers of Le Samyn use barriers to force riders on to the cobbles. (Cycling Weekly)

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Dr Hutch: Revealing the identity of my greatest cycling rival

Dr Hutch ponders the irresistible gravitational pull of ‘his’ pothole and its resistance to permanent repair. (Cycling Weekly)