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Cycling Maven: Jesse Carlsson’s IndiPac Tips

Cycling Maven interviews Jesse Carlsson, who shares his tips for long-distance riding and racing. Continue reading Cycling Maven: Jesse Carlsson’s IndiPac Tips

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Sam Elenes: Cannondale-Drapac’s Trusted Hand

Preparing bikes for a time trial is always a complicated affair for a mechanic, but the stage 4 time trial at Paris-Nice had just become more complicated by the freezing rain that greeted Elenes that day. But he remained relaxed as usual—giving 100 percent still inspires him. (Peloton Magazine)

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BFS2017: Ass Savers gets new, more secure lock with Flip Tip update

We’ve tried it out and it does what it claims – easy install, works with a few rail styles we’ve tried, and is surprisingly hard to pull off when locked. (Bike Rumor)

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Paris-Nice tech: A prototype Cervelo R5, the Factor Slick, custom colours and more

We spent a few cold and wet days wandering the pits of Paris-Nice to bring you all the latest tech. Here’s what we found. (Cycing Tips)

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Could Alberto Contador have won Paris-Nice on a different bike?

Alberto Contador lost Paris-Nice to Sergio Henao by a minuscule two seconds. What would have happened if he raced on Trek’s aero frame, the Madone Race Shop Limited, along with some deeper Bontrager Aeolus 5 wheels? (Velo News)

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Porte still top of WorldTour rankings after Paris-Nice

‘Race to the sun’ winner Sergio Henao moves into second place, BMC remain top team. (cyclingnews.com)

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Froome breaks silence and backs beleaguered Brailsford

Tour de France champion says he understands why people may feel let down. (cyclingnews.com)

“Without Dave B, there is no Team Sky” (road.cc)

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Fernando Gaviria edges out Peter Sagan in Tirreno-Adriatico stage six 

Fernando Gaviria edged out Peter Sagan on the final road stage of Tirreno-Adriatico 2017 in Civitanova Marche. Nairo Quintana retains overall lead. (Cycling Weekly)

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Gaviria plays down Milan-San Remo chances (cyclingnews.com)

Sagan shrugs off sprint defeat at Tirreno-Adriatico (cyclingnews.com)

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Pre-Order: The Long Awaited Autobiography of Lizzie Deignan

The British Olympian, and team Boels-Dolmans cyclist, Lizzie Deignan (formerly Armitstead), has announced the upcoming release of her long-awaited autobiography. (TWC)