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Froome refuses to join Sky teammates in signing statement of support for Brailsford

Chris Froome has refused to offer his backing to Team Sky principal Dave Brailsford, according to reports in the Telegraph and the Daily Mail, which say the three-time Tour de France winner refused to add his name to a statement of support that all riders were asked to sign. (

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Gianni Moscon’s front wheel collapses in bizarre crash during Tirreno TTT

The Italian didn’t appear to hit anything as his front wheel collapsed beneath him. (Cycling Weekly)

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Opinion: Time to be bold for change in women’s cycling 

Every year, International Women’s Day brings us a new theme to be inspired. This year the theme was around being bold for change (#BeBoldForChange). A worthy aim, so as International Women’s Day slips off into the sunset around the world, let’s not also let the drive to make a difference fade after this one day. (Cycling Tips)


Cannondale’s Ryan Mullen unveils new tech at Tirreno-Adriatico 

Irish rider among the first to embrace Velon’s new live data package. Also unveiled his new TT bike with special TT disc brakes. (Sticky Bottle)

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Gaviria: This year we will be more prepared for Milan-San Remo finale

Colombian eyes Tirreno sprint stages in run-up to Monument. (

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Tech tidbits from Tirreno: Exploding wheels and TT disc brakes

Cannondale-Drapac showcases a new disc brake TT bike while Team Sky suffers costly technical issues in Tirreno stage 1 team time trial. (Velo News)

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HIA Velo’s Allied Cycle Works unveils 800g full custom ECHO road bike

Following in the footsteps of their first bike, the ALFA, Allied Cycle Works will show off the full custom carbon fiber ECHO frameset at NAHBS this weekend.

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Lance Armstrong: ‘I admire those people who didn’t dope’ 

Former rider also talks of his renewed love for cycling. (Cycling Weekly)

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Julian Alaphilippe wins Paris-Nice stage four time trial ahead of Alberto Contador to move into yellow

Quick-Step Floors rider produces superb ride in 14.5km time trial. (Cycling Weekly)

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BMC blow away the competition in Tirreno-Adriatico stage one TTT

The American team showed their team time trial prowess as they beat Quick-Step Floors by 17 seconds. (Cycling Weekly)

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