Road/News20 Oct 2014

Change of format for 2015 Mitchelton Bay Cycling Classic

The race series which kicks off the Australian summer of cycling will begin on 2 January with a change of format designed to encourage better racing.

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Road/News20 Oct 2014

Spring Cycle a big success

Thousands of cyclists on Sunday rode across Sydney's Harbour Bridge for the annual Spring Cycle.

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Road/News20 Oct 2014

Haas wins Japan Cup road race for the second time

Australia's Nathan Haas finished ahead of Edvald Boasson Hagen to win the season ending Japan Cup road race for the second time in his career.

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Cyclocross/News20 Oct 2014

Van der Haar and Compton win in Valkenburg

Defending UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup champions Lars van der Haar and Katie Compton opened up the 2014-2015 season with victories in the opening round in Valkenburg, Netherlands.

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MTB/News20 Oct 2014

Aussie Saw leads Crocodile Trophy

Australian Greg Saw, originally from the Atherton area in Queensland, took out an emotional home town stage win and the overall Crocodile Trophy race lead.

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SUNDAY 19 OCTOBER 2014

Road/News19 Oct 2014

Corset strikes gold in National Road Series finale

Ruth Corset (Holden Women’s Cycling) has capped off an impressive 2014 season, winning overall honours in the Tour of the Goldfields to seal her individual crown in the Subaru National Road Series.

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MTB/News19 Oct 2014

Rybarik wins Crocodile Trophy opener

Ivan Rybarik drew first blood in the opening stage of the Crocodile Trophy in Cairns on Saturday.

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Road/News19 Oct 2014

Sutton edges Von Hoff for Japan Cup victory

Australia's Chris Sutton out-sprinted compatriot Steele von Hoff (Garmin-Sharp) for victory in the Japan Cup criterium on Saturday.

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SATURDAY 18 OCTOBER 2014

Road/News18 Oct 2014

Corset extends Tour of the Goldfields lead

Holden Racing provided the team time trial platform on Stage 2 for its leader Ruth Corset to further cement her Tour of the Goldfields lead with a second placing on the third stage.

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Cyclocross/News18 Oct 2014

Van der Haar and Compton favourites for Cyclo-cross World Cup start

The first of six rounds of the UCI Cyclo-cross World Cup kicks off on Sunday evening Australian time with men’s and women’s defending World Cup champions Lars van der Haar (Giant-Shimano) and Katie Compton (Trek Factory Racing) on the start line.

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MTB/News18 Oct 2014

Record Australian field at Croc Trophy

Australian riders will make up a third of the field as the Crocodile Trophy mountain bike stage race departs Cairns on Saturday.

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FRIDAY 17 OCTOBER 2014

Road/News17 Oct 2014

Wells wins, Corset leads after Goldfields opener

Former Australian criterium champion Kimberley Wells used her experience to win a fast 42km opening stage of the Tour of the Goldfields as veteran Ruth Corset took the overall lead.

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Road/News17 Oct 2014

Images of L'Eroica

Riders take part in L'Eroica, a retro cycling event on October 5, 2014 in Gaiole in Chianti near Siena. More than 5000 competitors from all over the world, wearing vintage clothing and riding on pre-1987 bikes, navigated the 'Strade Bianche', the gravel roads of Tuscany.

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Cyclocross/News17 Oct 2014

Stybar on the mend after Ardooie crash

Omega Pharma-QuickStep rider Zdenek Stybar will end his year prematurely after injuring his shoulder in a crash at the Belgium ermiscross Ardooie.

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Road/News17 Oct 2014

Astana World Tour licence under threat after third doping positive

The International Cycling Union (UCI) has officially asked the licence commission to review the Astana team's world Tour (elite) status after the Kazakh outfit was hit by a third positive doping test this year.

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