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Cycling was the force that kept me alive

“How much time will I have to stay away from my bike?!”

I swear that question was the first one to cross my mind when my doctor said the most terrifying words I had ever heard: “Yes, it is cancer”. Only after that I thought about chemo, mastectomy, baldness, and nausea. (Cycling Tips)

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Peter Sagan: If I can be an example for someone, it’s a good thing

The world champion talks about the importance of being himself. (cyclingnews.com)

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Jeannie Longo’s husband given suspended prison sentence

Patrice Ciprelli has been sentenced to one year suspended prison term for importing EPO. Ciprelli is the coach and husband of French cyclist Jeannie Longo. (cyclingnews.com)

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LEOMO Type-R Motion Analysis moves another layer onto your training program

In the game of getting better and faster on your bike, getting a coach and training with power are two of the more effective ways to play it. Now, there’s a third tool available – Motion Analysis. (Bike Rumor)

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A bike fit for speed and adventure: distance rider Mike Hall’s Kinesis Racelight GF_Ti V3 for Indy Pac

Yorkshire’s former round-the-world record holder Mike Hall is one of the leading endurance riders heading to Australia to take part in the inaugural India Pacific Wheel Race (IndyPac). (RoadCyclingUK)

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Paris-Nice: Simon Yates solos to victory on stage 6

Simon Yates soloed to the stage win on the first foray into the mountains in Paris-Nice, attacking just before the top of the final climb, with 19 kilometres to go. He raised his arms in victory atop the short, steep ascent into Fayance 17 seconds before Sergio Henao. (cyclingnews.com)

Last 5 Km (YouTube)

Highlights (YouTube)

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CeramicSpeed Offers 3D Printed Titanium Jockey Wheels

CeramicSpeed is always pushing the boundaries in terms of drivetrain efficiency and performance, culminating into the company’s latest high end product – 3D printed titanium jockey wheels.  (Capo Velo)

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Peter Sagan sprints to Tirreno-Adriatico stage three win as crash disrupts finale

A crash in the final 500 metres of the race split the peloton, leaving many sprinters like Fernando Gaviria and Tom Boonen (Quick-Step Floors) out of contention for the win. (Cycling Weekly)

Final Kilometer (EuroSport)

Gallery (Velo News)

Highlights (YouTube)

Quick-Step Floor riders angry, disappointed after high-speed pileup (cyclingnews.com)

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Watch: Tim Stevens – The Racer

Short film follows former Great Britain rider Tim Stevens as he trains to ride the East Surrey Hardriders time trial, prior to his untimely death in 2016. (Cycling Weekly)

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Leaked UK Sport review: ‘Shocking and inexcusable action’ by British Cycling

Dave Brailsford, the man behind Britain’s rise as a cycling power, was labeled as being “untouchable” in a leaked review of British Cycling and its handling of sexism allegations against a top coach.

The review also questioned whether British Cycling’s board was fit to govern after what it characterized as “shocking and inexcusable action” related to accusations of bullying. (Velo News)

Dave Brailsford says he will not quit Team Sky (cyclingnews.com)

British Cycling Slammed on Sexism in Leaked Review (Bicycling Magazine)

British Cycling: ‘Sufficient care and attention’ not paid to wellbeing of riders (BBC)

Jess Varnish: ‘I was thrown under the bus by British Cycling’ (BBC)