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Former Team Sky rider Josh Edmondson admits to injecting vitamins, using Tramadol and temptation to dope

Josh Edmondson has admitted that he injected himself with a cocktail of vitamins in 2014 and that Tramadol led to him being depressed. (Cycling Weekly)

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Montana Legislator Plans to Introduce Extensive Anti-Cyclist Bill

Senate Leader Scott Sales has called cyclists “some of the rudest and most self-centered people [he’s] ever encountered” (Bicycling Magazine)

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Sagan: I’m a favourite for every race, I’m used to it

World champion shrugs off the pressure before Milan-San Remo. (cyclingnews.com)

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Bugatti Offers Super Exclusive PG Bike

Bugatti has partnered with some of the most prestigious bike brands and engineers, to create what may every well be the most exclusive (and perhaps expensive) cruiser style bike ever conceived – the PG Bugatti Bike. (Capo Velo)

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“I did it my way” – Lotto-Soudal rider Kris Boeckmans explains bizarre incident during race

Belgian rider caught on camera escorting French rider to back of peloton, said he was trying to ensure safety of peloton. (road.cc)

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Diamondback’s Dreaming Again

Following up on last year’s amazing Dream Ride video, Diamondback has created another incredible dream sequence. (The Radavist)

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2017 Critérium du Dauphiné route features novel ascent of Alpe d’Huez

The 2017 Critérium du Dauphiné will feature a novel approach to Alpe d’Huez, with the peloton set to ascend the Col de Sarenne before tackling the final four kilometres of the more celebrated Alpe for a summit finish at the ski station. (cyclingnews.com)

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Apple applies for patent to calculate cyclists’ power from wind resistance and other factors

The application suggests that by using these factors, gathered from a wearable device that has a GPS, accellerometer, heart rate monitor and other features, it could calculate rider power without the expense of a traditional power meter. (Bicycle Retailer)

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Road rage driver charged after rant towards cyclist caught on video

A driver who was caught on camera threatening and ranting at a cyclist in Ross, California has been charged with reckless driving. (Cycling Weekly)

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Mark Cavendish: The Wheels of Change

He revolutionised sprinting by taking the leadouts to a higher level, working on his own aerodynamics and being an early adopter of skinsuits and aero helmets. For a while, it made him the clear favourite in every single flat race he rode. (Rouleur)

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Preview: What you need to know about the 2017 Milan-San Remo

The longest of the Monuments and one of the most prestigious one-day races on the calendar, Milan-San Remo takes the riders nearly 300km from northern Italy down to and along the Mediterranean coastline, in a race that features several late climbs but normally ends in a bunch sprint.

Here’s what you should know before tuning into the 108th edition of Milan-San Remo this Saturday. (Cycling Tips)

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Ewan given green light for Milan-San Remo attempt

At just 22 years of age, Cyclassics Hamburg winner Ewan will use the opportunity to gain valuable experience, having yet tackled a race of this distance. He was also an early withdrawal at last year’s world championships so it will be an achievement for him to make the distance with the front bunch. (SBS)