Road/News25 Nov 2014

Tour de France to start in Normandy in 2016

The 2016 Tour de France will start in the Manche department in Normandy, it has been announced.

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MONDAY 24 NOVEMBER 2014

Track/News24 Nov 2014

De Ketele and de Buyst take Ghent Six Day from Cavendish and Keisse

Kenny De Ketele partnered with Jasper de Buyst to win the Six Days of Ghent on Sunday for the second time in his career.

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MTB/News24 Nov 2014

#2on2doPeru Beyond Bolivia

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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MTB/News24 Nov 2014

The super-six MTB stage races

The combination of mountain bike adventure and tourism is growing, with the number of races catering to riders who want the experience of a lifetime growing annually.

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SUNDAY 23 NOVEMBER 2014

Cyclocross/News23 Nov 2014

You shall not pass: asthmatic Compton denied inhaler in 'cross race

Your chest feels like it's going to explode. You're struggling for air, each breath feeling insufficient to sate your lungs. You're drowning. Somebody tries to hand you a lifeline, but they're stopped in their tracks. Salvation, metres away, but out of reach. Breathe. Breathe. Breathe.

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Road/News23 Nov 2014

Five reasons bike registration doesn't make sense

Bike registration would be a throwback to the dark ages for cycling in this country having vast, regressive implications. But most importantly, it won't work. In this article by Chris Jones and David Halfpenny we explain why and how the concept of 'bike rego' is deeply flawed.

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SATURDAY 22 NOVEMBER 2014

Road/News22 Nov 2014

Bevin and Buchanan crowned winners at NZ criterium titles

Patrick Bevin and Rushlee Buchanan have won their respective open men’s and women’s races at the 2014 Criterium National Championship held in Takapuna’s CBD on Friday evening.

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Road/News22 Nov 2014

Gerrans takes out Australian cycling's top gong

Simon Gerrans has capped his stellar season by winning Cycling Australia's highest honour.

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FRIDAY 21 NOVEMBER 2014

MTB/News21 Nov 2014

#2on2doPeru Shut up legs

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/News21 Nov 2014

Nibali labels dopers as 'stupid'

Tour de France champion Vincenzo Nibali has distanced himself from doping after the Astana brand was rocked by a fourth positive result.

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THURSDAY 20 NOVEMBER 2014

Road/News20 Nov 2014

Haig says Orica deal will give him the time he needs to develop

Jack Haig has signed a two year deal with Orica-GreenEDGE that will see him join the WorldTour outfit officially in August of next year, and stay with the team until the end of 2017.

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Road/News20 Nov 2014

Podcast: Rego ragin', Singing Gerro's praises, and Earle's other life

This week on the Pod we talk CA awards, crazy helmets and rider registration, touch on an interview with Sky pro Nathan Earle, riff off the news GreenEDGE bound talent Jack Haig, and we’ll end as always with more from the mailbag.

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Road/News20 Nov 2014

Specialized-Lululemon to become Velocio-SRAM

Women's team Specialized-lululemon will race as Velocio-SRAM in 2015.

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Road/News20 Nov 2014

Jack Haig joins Orica-GreenEDGE

Former National Road Series winner Jack Haig will join the WorldTour with Orica-GreenEDGE.

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MTB/News20 Nov 2014

#2on2doPeru The never-ending slope

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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