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MTB/News29 Nov 2014

#2on2doPeru The rains are out

Nick Vindin, host of the Subaru World of Cycling and all-round adventurer, is tackling an ambitious cycling challenge, a 1000km ride from La Paz in Bolivia to Cuzco in Peru. Follow his journey here on Cycling Central.

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Road/News29 Nov 2014

Nibali staying put at Astana

Vincenzo Nibali has insisted that he will be staying on with his Astana team despite a spate of doping cases in Kazakh cycling.

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FRIDAY 28 NOVEMBER 2014

Road/News28 Nov 2014

Victorian election sees debut of Australian Cyclists Party

The weekend's Victorian State elections will see the debut of the Australian Cyclists Party, its first electoral outing ahead of the NSW State elections, and the Australian Federal election, in 2016.

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MTB/News28 Nov 2014

#2on2doPeru Adios Titicaca

Nick Vindin, host of the Subaru World of Cycling and all-round adventurer, is tackling an ambitious cycling challenge, a 1000km ride from La Paz in Bolivia to Cuzco in Peru. Follow his journey here on Cycling Central.

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Road/News28 Nov 2014

MTN-Qhubeka unveils corking new kit

Last year it was IAM Cycling that channelled the football jersey theme with names emblazoned on the back of its jerseys. This year it’s MTN-Qhubeka.

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News28 Nov 2014

BMC's Martin Kohler joins Drapac

Former BMC professional Martin Kohler will race for Drapac Professional Cycling in 2015.

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Video28 Nov 2014

Richie Porte

Richie Porte talks to Cycling Central about the Launceston Criterium and welcoming team-mate and friend Chris Froome to Launceston.

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Road/News28 Nov 2014

Vinokourov confident Astana will keep WorldTour licence

Astana manager Alexandre Vinokourov is confident the team will keep its WorldTour licence despite the brand being rocked by a string of positive tests.

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THURSDAY 27 NOVEMBER 2014

Road/News27 Nov 2014

Expanded women’s series highlights 2015 National Road Series

The 2015 Subaru National Road Series (NRS) will ignite in January with two exciting new women’s events launching Australia’s premier domestic road series onto the world stage.

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Road/News27 Nov 2014

Podcast: Vogels on Drapac, the Oz Cyclist Party, and Va Va Velon!

Beamed across Australia and across the world, it's the Cycling Central Podcast. Cycling's answer to Vegemite.

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Road/News27 Nov 2014

Orica extends as naming sponsor of GreenEDGE team

Orica has renewed its commitment to cycling by signing a two-year extension as naming sponsor of the Australian GreenEDGE WorldTour team.

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MONDAY 24 NOVEMBER 2014

Blog24 Nov 2014

Why I don’t give a hoot about the hour record

Jensie, Tony, Fabs, Matthias, Jacky Bobby, maybe Thomas. Off the back of the UCI rule changes that have completely overhauled what was, ‘the hour’, the hour record has captured the imagination of a number of the sport’s big hitters. It hasn’t, however, captured mine.

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SUNDAY 23 NOVEMBER 2014

Video23 Nov 2014

Tinkoff-Saxo conquers Kilimanjaro

The Tinkoff-Saxo team took on the climb up Mount Kilimanjaro as a team building exercise, this short film follows their journey.

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SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER 2014

Video22 Nov 2014

Australian Cyclist of the year

Simon Gerrans is crowned the Jayco 2014 Australian Cyclist of the Year.

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Video22 Nov 2014

Cadel Evans tribute at Cycling Awards

Matthew Keenan with Cadel Evans at the Jayco 2014 Australian Cyclist of the Year Awards

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Video22 Nov 2014

Celebration of Cycling in Melbourne

Alex Hinds joins in the party at the Jayco 2014 Australian Cyclist of the Year awards.

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Video22 Nov 2014

Jayco 2014 Australian Cyclist of the Year Awards

Simon Gerrans, Tiffany Cromwell & Alex Edmondson share in some of the spoils at the awards night in Melbourne.

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FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER 2014

Video21 Nov 2014

Australian Cycling Year in Review

We look back on some of the highlights from the 2014 Cycling Season.

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Road/Blog21 Nov 2014

Bamboozled by the bamboo bike

A few years ago I was out for a ride in a remote region of Northern Thailand when I had a flat tyre. As I fumbled with the mini pump an American guy, Phil Webb, rode up on, to my surprise, a bamboo bike.

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WEDNESDAY 19 NOVEMBER 2014

Road/Blog19 Nov 2014

Fall of the Wall brings Eastern promise

Twenty-five years on from the fall of the Berlin Wall, is the sun rising again in the east?

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