Marianne Vos went all-in for the cyclo-cross season, but her results on the road so far suggest he has made a near-perfect transition, with her main spring objectives just around the corner in the cobbled and Ardennes Classics. Related Articles Vos, who was third at UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships in February, finished 7th at Strade Bianche
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Juliana suggests its Furtado can handle most UK trail rides. I’m not about to argue — it’s playful, capable and a whole lot of fun to throw around pretty much any track you’re likely to encounter. The Juliana Furtado R Carbon C is one of our Bike of the Year bikes for 2019. To read
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Photo courtesy of Woodrup Cycles, Leeds Perfect timing gave Barry Hoban the big Classic victory in Ghent-Wevelgem 1974. The Yorkshireman surprised a seventeen man star-studded group at the finish. Some of the World’s best riders were in the group: Eddy Merckx, Roger De Vlaeminck, Eric Leman, Freddy Maertens, Walter Planckaert, Walter Godefroot and Frans Verbeeck,
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Cannondale’s latest entry to the gravel party follows the lead of its Synapse, Slate, SuperX and CAADX SE models, each built with larger volume tyres and more appropriate gearing for riders looking to find their way beyond tarmac. The Cannondale Topstone Apex is one of our Bike of the Year bikes for 2019. To read
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Giant’s Defy is the brand’s best selling road bike. The TCR may have the kudos of being Tom Dumolin’s bike of choice, and the Propel has all of the aerodynamic bells and whistles to make it a pure superbike, but it’s the Defy that’s aimed at everyday riders like us that bring the most revenue
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Race Report: Zdeněk Štybar (Deceuninck – Quick-Step) won the E3 BinckBank Classic for the first time in his career to add to his Het Nieuwsblad win at the start of the month. At the finish in Harelbeke he was the fastest in the sprint from Wout van Aert (Jumbo-Visma), Greg Van Avermaet (CCC), Alberto Bettiol
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Britain’s Adam Yates remains in second place at the Volta a Catalunya with two stages remaining. The general classification was unchanged after the 188.1km route from Puigcerda to Sant Cugat del Valles, Yates staying 14 seconds behind Colombian Miguel Angel Lopez. Germany’s Maximilian Schachmann won the flat fifth stage for BORA-Hansgrohe. Saturday’s penultimate stage is
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