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Road/Blog24 Oct 2014

Quick conclusions from the 2015 Tour de France course announcement

There was a lot in the 2015 Tour de France route unveil to take in. Al Hinds takes a look over some of its critical points.

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Road/Blog24 Oct 2014

Velo Files: Newton's Law

A need to remember, pitted against a need to forget... The tide has only just turned for the better, but the dance inside our heads that goes back and forth throughout our lives will long continue, writes Anthony Tan.

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Track/News24 Oct 2014

IAM's Brandle next to attack the world hour record

Matthias Brandle will be the next rider to attack the world hour record after Jens Voigt gave it a jolt with a new best time.

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Road/News24 Oct 2014

UCI and CAS to appeal Kreuziger verdict

Cycling's governing body is preparing an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport after Czech rider Roman Kreuziger was cleared of doping violations by his national Olympic committee.

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Road/News24 Oct 2014

Team Belkin now officially LottoNL-Jumbo for 2015

Team Belkin has overnight revealed its new look as it rebrands for 2015 to Team LottoNL-Jumbo with a new suite of sponsors and speedskating collaboration.

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Blog24 Oct 2014

What’s required to ride the Croc?

Completing the Crocodile Trophy is less about superhuman feats of courage and fitness, and more about curiosity and determination, writes Kath Bicknell.

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Video24 Oct 2014

Crocodile Trophy Stage 6

Crocodile Trophy Stage 6

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MTB/News24 Oct 2014

Wallace closes in on Saw after marathon stage at Irvinebank

Greg Saw held on to the overall leader jersey, but a Stage 6 crocodile Trophy win by Canadian Cory Wallace has closed the gap to the Australian.

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Video24 Oct 2014

Utrecht on song with unique 2015 Grand Depart

Utrecht will host the 2015 Tour de France Grand Depart and have penned a special Bon Voyage tune.

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THURSDAY 23 OCTOBER 2014

Road/News23 Oct 2014

Kazakhstan to implent local bio-passport program

In response to three recent anti-doping cases Kazakhstan will introduce biometric passport monitoring of domestic professional cyclists beginning in 2015.

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Road/News23 Oct 2014

Podcast: Tantalising Tour, new racing for the women, Armstrong and co.

The essential audio companion to your cycling addiction; the Cycling Central podcast with Rob Arnold, Philip Gomes, Al Hinds, and Anthony Tan.

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Road/News23 Oct 2014

Joe vs Roe: Cooper fit for final NRS fight

There’s only one rider that Joseph Cooper will be keeping a close eye on in this weekend’s Subaru National Road Series finale. Tim Roe.

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Road/News23 Oct 2014

Froome unsure of 2015 Tour de France start

Former Tour de France champion Chris Froome said he is considering skipping the 2015 race because the course, revealed in Paris on Wednesday, may not suit his riding characteristics.

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Road/News23 Oct 2014

Edmondson aims to Wiggle her way to gold

Annette Edmondson is the first to admit that 2014 was a crazy year for her.

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Road/News23 Oct 2014

Gerrans hungry for more cycling success

Simon Gerrans has had a dream run of world cycling success, yet he is far from satisfied.

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Video23 Oct 2014

Crocodile Trophy Stage 5

Crocodile Trophy Stage 5

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Video23 Oct 2014

Rider reactions to the 2015 TDF Course

Mark Cavendish, Marcel Kittel & Cadel Evans give their first impressions on the 2015 Tour de France Course.

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WEDNESDAY 22 OCTOBER 2014

Blog22 Oct 2014

Too soon to get the band back together?

When is it a good time to get the old band back together again? That’s a question I’ve been asking myself when I heard the news that several members of the 1999 Tour de France winning U.S. Postal Service (USPS) team would be riding together at the 25 October Gran Fondo Hincapie.

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Video22 Oct 2014

Crocodile Trophy - Stage 4

Highlights from Stage 4 of the Crocodile Trophy, in Northern Queensland, Australia.

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TUESDAY 21 OCTOBER 2014

Road/Blog21 Oct 2014

Velo Files: Child's Play

If we're "genetically hard-wired to eat" as the experts say, it follows that parents should be hard-wiring their children to exercise, too. Asks Anthony Tan, aside from walking, what easier way is there than to start with a bicycle?

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