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Wout van Aert continued his spectacular debut stage race for Jumbo-Visma at the Critérium du Dauphiné, outsprinting Sam Bennett (Bora-Hansgrohe) and Julian Alaphilippe (Deceuninck-QuickStep) after a technical stage 5 finale into Voiron. The victory means back-to-back stages for the young Belgian, after winning the individual time trial in Roanne on Wednesday ahead of Tejay van
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Our complete guide to this year’s Tour de Suisse coverage June 14, 2019 at 10:45 am The 83rd Tour de Suisse is the final WorldTour stage race before the Tour de France, and kicks off this Saturday 15 June. This year’s route covers nine stages until the finish on Sunday 23 June. Read on for
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Launch comes as the UK retailer reports 47% growth in sales June 13, 2019 at 4:23 pm UK retailer Halfords says electric bikes aren’t just for ‘Silver Cyclists’ as it launches the Carrera Vengeance E-junior, an e-bike for teenagers aged 14 or over. Advertisement There’s no denying that e-bike sales have been on the rise.
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Travel: Italy, land of vino, pasta, Fausto Coppi and home of the ultimate retro-ride. L’Eroica, “the Heroic,” runs every October and of course PEZman Leslie Reissner had to join the lucky participants enjoying some fine weather, great food and some truly terrible roads on heavy bicycles with inappropriate gearing and lousy brakes. What could be
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