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Fernando Gaviria: ‘Sagan will try to go on the Poggio’

Colombian Milan-San Remo contender Fernando Gaviria reckons rival Peter Sagan will go for a late attack and not hold out for a bunch sprint. (Cycling Weekly)

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Commentary: Etiquette lessons with pushy Boeckmans

Cycling’s unwritten rules took centerstage when a very bizarre scene played out during Wednesday’s Danilith Nokere-Koerse. (Velo News)

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Candid Kittel: German sprinter opens up about Milan-San Remo non-selection, Cavendish

Already a winner five times this season, Marcel Kittel is one of the most high-profile absentees from the QuickStep Floors squad for Saturday’s Milan San Remo.

The German rider has told CyclingTips that while he would have liked to have been selected for the race, that he can also see the logic behind the choices that the team has made. (Cycling Tips)

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Boonen at MSR: ‘Sagan doesn’t have the strongest team’

World champion Peter Sagan stands above his rivals but he lacks a strong team, says Tom Boonen. (Velo News)

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Luke Rowe column: ‘I’m not going to let numbers rule my career’ 

Team Sky’s Luke Rowe writes about his opinion on the use of power meters in racing and for training in his latest column. (Cycling Weekly)

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How to follow the Indian Pacific Wheel Race and who you should watch

A showdown between some of the world’s best ultra-endurance racers is set to begin when the first running of the 5,500km Indian Pacific Wheel Race kicks off at 6am Saturday.