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Road/News2 Apr 2015

On song Thomas plans to attack Flanders

British champion Geraint Thomas has abandoned the conservative stereotype and backed himself for the Tour of Flanders this Sunday.

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WEDNESDAY 1 APRIL 2015

Road/News1 Apr 2015

Haussler hoping luck is on his side at Tour of Flanders

Australian champion Heinrich Haussler will lead IAM Cycling at the Ronde van Vlaanderen on Sunday.

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Road/News1 Apr 2015

Bike Shorts: Cloak of visibility

A not-so daily curated wrap of cycling related stuff from around the world.

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Road/News1 Apr 2015

Tinkov outlines vision to save cycling

World cycling has to change or die, according to Tinkoff-Saxo owner Oleg Tinkov who has shared his vision for the future of cycling.

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Road/News1 Apr 2015

Italy boss and UCI at odds over Astana case

The Italian federation (FIC) and the International Cycling Union (UCI) have clashed over the handling of the Astana case and the row could mean Vincenzo Nibali will be deprived of a Tour de France title defence.

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Road/News1 Apr 2015

Parachutes to be included in UCI's weather protocol

In a surprising development, the International Cycling Union (UCI) is set to announce the use of parachutes as a part of its upcoming weather protocol for events.

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TUESDAY 31 MARCH 2015

Road/News31 Mar 2015

UCI deny reports Astana licence decision has been made

Astana are expecting to learn whether they retain their World Tour (elite) licence in about two weeks, a source within the Kakazh-funded team told Reuters on Monday.

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MONDAY 30 MARCH 2015

Blog30 Mar 2015

Who gets sacked these days anyway?

Bjarne Riis's departure from Tinkoff-Saxo is the exception to the rule in a sport where teams and managers are inextricably linked. But while some stability is welcome, perhaps more staff turnover would see the sport evolve faster, writes Al Hinds.

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Road/News30 Mar 2015

Armitstead takes World Cup lead after Trofeo Alfredo Binda victory

Lizzie Armitstead held off a challenge by world champion Pauline Ferrand Prevot to win the UCI Women's Trofeo Alfredo Binda World Cup.

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Road/News30 Mar 2015

Kalma wins Tour de Perth

Western Australia’s Guy Kalma (OTOC-Vault Racing) has claimed the biggest win of his cycling career, taking out the Woodside Tour de Perth, the opening event on the Subaru National Road Series calendar.

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Video30 Mar 2015

Gent-Wevelgem Highlights

Highlights of Gent-Wevelgem.

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SATURDAY 28 MARCH 2015

Road/Blog28 Mar 2015

Velo Files: Open Slather

Not in a decade or more have the Spring Classics looked such a wide open affair - and so far, writes Anthony Tan, it's been absolutely brilliant.

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MONDAY 23 MARCH 2015

Blog23 Mar 2015

Velo Files: The Invisible Man

For Bling to one day win at Milan-San Remo, he must follow the path of The Invisible Man, writes Anthony Tan.

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Video23 Mar 2015

Absa Cape Epic Stage 7

Highlights from the final stage of the Absa Cape Epic.

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SUNDAY 22 MARCH 2015

Video22 Mar 2015

2015 Milan-San Remo Highlights

2015 Milan-San Remo Highlights

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Video22 Mar 2015

Absa Cape Epic Stage 6

Absa Cape Epic Stage 6

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SATURDAY 21 MARCH 2015

Video21 Mar 2015

Absa Cape Epic Stage 5

Absa Cape Epic Stage 5

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FRIDAY 20 MARCH 2015

Road/Blog20 Mar 2015

Velo Files: Who Will Win M-SR?

Milan-San Remo is nothing if not long and unpredictable. Nonetheless, Anthony Tan looks at eight men who can cross La Via Roma's white line first in the season's first Monument.

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Video20 Mar 2015

Absa Cape Epic Stage 4

Action from Stage 4 of the Absa Cape Epic.

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