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  • Saturday March 28, 2015

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    Pro Interview: One of the big changes coming soon in the season will be that of Bradley Wiggins stepping down from Team Sky after Paris-Roubaix to headline his own Continental team, WIGGINS. The guys at Southeast Regional Series recently caught up with Brit racer, Daniel Patten who is also a member of WIGGINS and a man who won the SRS race in Knoxville last year.

  • Friday March 27, 2015

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    With the Gent-Wevelgem running on Sunday, we've scoured the archives for a look back at the best photos and video action this tough Belgian classic has offered us in recent years.

  • Thursday March 26, 2015

    2015 Team Novo Nordisk

    Thomas Raeymaekers was on his way to a promising career, in the best under 23 team in Belgium and then he finds out he has diabetes and was advised to hang up his wheels. From his hospital bed he saw the Tour of Turkey and knew he had a future in the peloton. This is his story:

  • Thursday March 26, 2015

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    Mar 26, 2015 - The Volta a Catalunya takes center stage this morning, but we also have video and results from Dwars door Vlaanderen. In other cycling news: Tinkov/Riis fall out, we preview Gent-Wevelgem, E3 Harelbeke and the Critérium International. Plus: Velits, beer, Degenkolb and Moser just fit into a full EuroTrash Thursday.

  • Wednesday March 25, 2015

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    The cobble season is upon us, this is the time of year to be in Belgium or better; Flanders. On Sunday Gent-Wevelgem heads out of Deinze for a ride to the coast and back via France, followed by a succession of gruesome cobbled climbs before the finish. Bad weather and hard riders make for a real Classic, here is the PEZ Preview.

  • Wednesday March 25, 2015

    Milano Sanremo

    Now that 'La classicissima di Primavera' has been fought for 2015, Lee Rodgers gives his thoughts on Milan-Sanremo, which riders were impressive and who's not firing on all cylinders, just yet (Vincenzo). Degenkolb comes out on top in Lee's list for form, control and power - man and machine in perfect harmony.

  • Tuesday March 24, 2015

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    2015 NAHBS brings great stuff from Sarto, Silca, Abbey tools, Boyd Wheels, Mosaic Bicycles and No 22 Bicycles.

  • Tuesday March 24, 2015

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    Watching the final crush of Milan San Remo is to view the crescendo of many hours of impressive metabolism. 1000 kilojoule/hour are common place in the racing peloton, and most surely the last hour of M-S-R is way above that value. Those guys are lean and mean. Are You? Look, I’m not saying…

  • Monday March 23, 2015

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    Milan Sanremo is the longest classic of the year but the kilometers can simply fly by when you are chasing the race. From the start in Milan to the key points along the route and finally to the Poggio our man Ale was there, in the rain, taking it all in - from the first rider on the road until the very last.

  • Monday March 23, 2015

    Milano Sanremo 2015

    Mar 23, 2015 - Milan-Sanremo might be long, but it was no 'snoozefest' and we have the video and rider quotes to prove it. It's not all Sanremo: Nibali's tax, Zeeland, Handzame, GP Nobili, plus we preview Catalunya, Vuelta Wildcards, Moser's Giro, and Sagan makes a commercial. A full EuroTrash Monday.

  • Sunday March 22, 2015

    Milano Sanremo 2015

    Race Report: John Degenkolb (Giant-Alpecin) joined the greats on Sunday on the Via Roma taking the 106th Milan-Sanremo with a perfectly timed sprint, relegating 2014 winner Alex Kristoff (Katusha) to second with ‘coming man’ Michael Matthews (Orica-GreenEDGE) giving notice that he can win this race, one day.

  • Saturday March 21, 2015

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    In 2015 the Milan-San Remo Classic will go back to its traditions to set up a spectacular finale on the classic Via Roma finish line, which has played a key role in the history of this monumental race. So what better time to take a look back at 'The Pez' trip to 'La Primavera'.

  • Friday March 20, 2015

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    Though Milan may be known primarily for its fashion, its cathedral and the great Milan-San Remo bike race, it is only slightly less well known for its creamy, golden, saffron-infused risotto. Though I typically do not like to repeat dishes and/or styles of dishes (barley risotto…), this dish is just too classically “Milanese” to overlook in conjunction with Milan-San Remo.

  • Friday March 20, 2015

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    PEZ's Nick O’Brien was live and in-color at the 96th la Primavera in 2005. Now over 100 years old, the race has changed with modern times, but as Nick discovered while riding the final “capi” that make it famous, the corsa is as tough and exciting as ever. Here's a worthy look back as we prep for this weekend's Primavera...

  • Thursday March 19, 2015

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    Our man in Italy, Alessandro Federico, is addicted to chasing bike races, he just can't stop. To help him with his 'problem' we sent him to three stages of Tirreno-Adriatico, this should get him to the week-end and his next fix with Milan-Sanremo. Hit the road Ale!

  • Thursday March 19, 2015

    Tirreno Adriatico 2015 - stage - 5 special

    Mar 19, 2015 - Nairo Quintana is the 1st Colombian to win Tirreno and he's put himself in the driving seat with the other GT hopefuls. In EuroTrash Thursday we round-up the action from Tirreno, Nokere Koerse and look ahead to Sanremo, plus Wiggins' transfer, Tour's of Britain & Yorkshire and Paris-Nice.

  • Wednesday March 18, 2015

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    With all the action in Tirreno and Nice, Lee is full of the joys of spring and the best races of the cycling season. OK, there is the Vuelta, Lombardy and the Worlds, but the spring is the hot bed of all that is beautiful in the sport. Sagan and Quintana are the stars of the moment, but let's not forget 'El Gurner' - Tommy V!

  • Tuesday March 17, 2015

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    Spring must be here in Europe, at last, as the first big Classic of the season leaves Milan on Sunday morning to make the near 300 kilometre journey to Sanremo. Our 'Primavera' expert, Ed Hood, takes a look back at his Sanremo experiences and forward to this years protagonists in the battle to the Ligurian coast.

  • Tuesday March 17, 2015

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    A popular food among cyclists and athletes, oatmeal is likely to be found in most cupboards and hotel rooms across the racing scene this season. A great choice for carbohydrates and one of the more economical quality carbohydrate choices available, and with so many practical uses in the kitchen!

  • Monday March 16, 2015

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    On an early March day this year Robert Panzera headed out into the spectacular countryside of San Diego County, California for a recon of the famous Dirty Devil Ultra Century Ride. This unique ride takes in 28 miles of packed dirt roads, amazing scenery, 11,000 feet of ascent (3,350 m) and makes for a perfect - and yet challenging ride.

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