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Lance Armstrong roasts Dale Earnhardt Jr’s cycling struggles

Lance Armstrong saw Junior complaining about his cycling issues on social media and reached out to Johnson to offer some words of wisdom to the novice. And then publicized it. (For The Win)

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Degenkolb, Gaviria and Sagan are Milan-San Remo favourites, says Pozzato

A lot has happened in the world of cycling since a fresh-faced Pippo Pozzato raised his arms in triumph to conclude the 2006 Milan-San Remo. (cyclingnews.com)

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The best folding bikes and electric folding bikes

A folding bike could be the ideal solution if you want to combine a cycle trip with a train journey. (Cycling Weekly)

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Lotto-Soudal rider escapes disqualification after pushing rival out of peloton (video)

While Nacer Bouhanni won Nokere Koerse ahead of Adam Blythe, the finale of the race was overshadowed by a bizarre altercation involving Lotto-Soudal‘s Kris Boeckmans and Justin Jules. (Cycling Weekly)

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Six things to look out for at Milan-San Remo 2017

To the uninitiated, dedicating an entire Saturday afternoon to watching a race in which the favourites only show themselves towards the very end may seem crazy, but part of what makes Milan-San Remo is the gradual build-up of tension throughout the day. (Cycling Weekly)

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Milan-Sanremo & Matt Goss – Romance on the Italian Riviera

“My memories are quite fond. That was a good day,” says Matt Goss, master of the understatement.

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The Indian Pacific Wheel Race: Once-in-a-lifetime adventure or folly for the foolhardy?

When the clock strikes 6:00am in Fremantle, Western Australia this Saturday morning, around 70 cyclists will start a race across Australia that will take the best of them nearly two weeks to finish.

The Indian Pacific Wheel Race (or ‘Indy Pac’ for short) has no prize money, no trophies, and no massive crowds – just the road, and the unpredictable Australian elements. (Cycling Tips)

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Milano-Sanremo: Three potential scenarios

Andrew Hood breaks down the race and lists some probable outcomes to the 291km “La Classicissima.” (Velo News)

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Use Strava to track speeding cyclists, says Aussie politician

Later describes suggestion as “a brain fart.” (road.cc)

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Amalie Dideriksen: cycling’s newest sensation

Who is Amalie Dideriksen? The youngest world champion since Marianne Vos, Denmark’s new title holder may just be the best rider you’ve never heard of. (Cycling Weekly)

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Rapha owners reportedly seeking advisers to handle sale of business – but rumoured LVMH deal seems to have hit brick wall

The business is currently backed by Active Private Equity, which has already successfully exited its investment in one cycling business, Evans Cycles, in a £100 million deal in 2015. (road.cc)

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My Tejay van Garderen trauma

I’m feeling a worrisome combination of Van Garderen anxiety, pervasive Tejay doom, an oppressive sense that, after his anonymous performances in Tirreno-Adriatico, his bid to win the Giro d’Italia in May is in jeopardy. (Twisted Spoke)