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Friday November 17, 2017
European cross champion, Toon Aerts has been training hard with his new teammates.
Thursday November 16, 2017
VIDEO: Chris Smith from Lazer Helmets showed me their newest road lid for 2018 - the BULLET - featuring closeable vents, aero-inspired styling, and their newest RollSys retention system.
Thursday November 16, 2017
Interview: Wheels are big business. The top equipment manufacturers make their own hoops to compete with the other sole wheel manufacturers. So it's nice to see a small artisan wheel manufacturer doing his own thing. Ed Hood caught up with Walker Brothers Wheels' Brian Walker to hear his take on the World of bike wheels.
Thursday November 16, 2017
Nov 16, 2017 - UKAD have closed the 'Jiffy Bag' case-Top Story. A very mixed collection of cycling news today: Track World Cup, embarrassment for Ecuador, Napolitana and Losada retire, Bardiani-CSF, Armée de Terre, Polartec and Caja Rural, BEAT, Nippo at Santini, Shimano in Italy, UAE Team Emirates and Alejandro Valverde is looking good.
Wednesday November 15, 2017
Chuck Peña got his hands on some Absolute Black Oval rings to give them a good going over, inspired by Chris Froome's wins at the Tour and Vuelta using oval chainrings. But with mixed views on their functionality, we asked what are they like to ride? Here are his findings.
Tuesday November 14, 2017
TOOLBOX: Despite some inevitable physical diminishment, age can truly be an arbitrary number and a state of mind. We've previously profiled Chris Froome’s lab testing data along with Miguel Indurain’s data during retirement, but what about the really elite age-group athletes, like Robert Marchand of France, who broke the 100+ hour record not once but twice?
Monday November 13, 2017
Rider Interview: The very successful Spanish Movistar team announced that they would be have a women's squad for the 2018 season. One of their most experienced signings for next year is Australia’s Rachel Neylan from Orica-Scott. Ed Hood caught up with Rachel as she gets ready for a big season with her new team.
Monday November 13, 2017
Nov 13, 2017 - Van Aert took advantage of Van der Poel's technical problem for the win of the weekend. Results and cyclo-cross video action. Hidden motors make the news again-Top Story. Contract news, new kit for Lotto, bike for Wanty and shoes for Nippo, Pologne awards, Peter Sagan rides for #SonomaPride and meets his delivery man.
Sunday November 12, 2017
The sport of professional women's cycling is meant to be on the up, but ASO's move to return 'La Course' to a one-day race is a step backwards in many peoples eyes. Joe Harris and Steve Maxwell of The Outer Line take an in-depth look at the female side of the sport and suggest it is maybe time to wipe the slate clean.
Saturday November 11, 2017
The roads, fields and forests of France that are today the perfect picnic spot to set up camp and awaiting passage of the world's greatest cycling race, were once fields of fire where killing the enemy was the only thing that mattered.
Friday November 10, 2017
They say once you ride titanium you'll be hooked for life and that certainly seems the case with today's reader Dave from Portland. His Merlin Works is the third titanium bike he's owned - will it be his forever bike?
Thursday November 9, 2017
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Directeur Sportif Interview: Stage 9 of the 2018 Tour de France from Arras to Roubaix and will hit 15 sections of the 'Hell of the North' cobbles and so who better to talk to than Paris-Roubaix winner and sports director Dirk Demol.
Thursday November 9, 2017
Nov 09, 2017 - The Giro and the Vuelta have announced route presentation dates. Angry Chinaman in Hainan-Top Story. Tour of the Alps, young rider for Nippo, Dréville at Lotto, Gazprom success, The David Millar Film, BEAT at the World Cup, 2018 Nippo team and Wout Van Aert plays tricks on the kids.
Wednesday November 8, 2017
The Top 16 Sprinters of '17: Ed Hood's November contemplative mood and has taken a look back over the 2017 season to see who has been the most 'winningest' sprinter in the pro peloton. Here's his Top 16 fastest finishers - a thorough list with a couple names you might not expect.
Tuesday November 7, 2017
TOOLBOX: The days are getting shorter, the big events have passed, and our attention is turning to preparation for next season. Cyclists and endurance athletes are entering the rest and transition phase that marks the start of off-season training.  Here's an effective 6 week plan to design and execute this off-season phase to pay big dividends later.
Monday November 6, 2017
Giro spec 150 grams (42.5) for the Prolight Techlace shoe on their web site. But despite their ultralight upper, updated Techlace closure material and TeXtreme Carbon sole, they missed the mark… They’re lighter.
Monday November 6, 2017
Nov 06, 2017 - Van der Poel adds European champ to his Palmarés. Race reports from the Euro champs and Saitama race with video. Tramadol banned in sled racing, but not cycling. Other news: Greipel to TDU, UAE Team Emirates and Movistar for '18, Polartec, EF Education, Dimension Data and Trek clothing, Aqua Blue bike, signings for Rally and Chris Froome sings us out.
Sunday November 5, 2017
In 2003 I went to cover my first Tour de France as part of the press. I had almost no readers and even less money, so I rented the cheapest car I could find. It was small, and had no a/c, but I managed to capture some of it on video. Let's set the Way Back machine for Lyon, France.
Sunday November 5, 2017
There are athlete celebrities who get ghost-written about them. Then there are people who never appear in the newspaper sports pages, people whose performances are never debated online. But sometimes those people have a direct and unforgettable effect on others.
Friday November 3, 2017
Cycling in France, it's a dream for many and has been a dream come true for our Australian PEZ man in France, Chris Selden who has been living in various parts of France since 2008. Now Chris is sharing his dream with others after he has bought and renovated a beautiful old house in the South of France that he is renting out for visiting cyclists.