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Tour de Wallonie

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VOO-Tour de Wallonie 2015

Already started on Saturday, by now we have missed nearly half of the stages of the 2015 Tour de Wallonie. But let's still have a quick look at it...

The five day race, visiting all five provinces of Wallonië, was first organized in 1974 as an amateur race back then, and under t...

[2.HC] Tour of Utah

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Larry H.Miller Tour of Utah

The Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah, referred to as "America's Toughest Stage Race" is a week-long, professional stage race for the best cycling teams in the world. The 2015 event, Aug. 3-9, has been elevated to a 2.HC-rated UCI stage race, making it one of the premier events in North America.

La Course by Le Tour

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Following the success of the first edition last year, La Course by Le Tour is back. On 26th July, the day on which the Tour de France 2015 finishes, the already famous women's race will return to the Champs-Élysées on which the queens of the pack are awaited. The world champion, Pauline Ferrand-Prévot, will be attempting to follow on from Marianne Vos...


Hidden Motors

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This popped up the other day. No names now this video

not sure it shows much. And a spinning tire would move a bike, but it does seem to get away from Ryder :D

The Womens Hour

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This turned into quite a debate on twitter, to catch up check @festinagirl @_Pigeons and myself.

Some against it saying it doesnt have the prestige, others arguing that with the hype around the hour at the moment it would be an excellent chance of promotion for the womens side of the sport..

the uci records:
46.065 km/h Leontien Zijlaard-Van Moorsel (NED), 1 October 2003
45.094 km/h Jeannie Longo-Ciprelli (FRA), December 2000
44.767 km/h Jeannie Longo-Cipre...

The Austral Wheel Race

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Was just purging my old laptop of its stuff when I found this.... First part of a few which will be completed in time, weekly, monthly, quarterly. I can't say for sure. The posts will go in a chronological manner as far as possible.

The Austral Wheel Race is Australia’s longest surviving professional bicycle race, and the oldest continuing handicap race in the world. The start date of the Aus...

Le Tour 2015: Reflections

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Another edition of Le Grand Boucle in the books, and as we collectively wind down from three straight weeks of drama it is time to look back at the race that was.

In general I think the racing was fantastic. It felt like there was action every day and hardly a dull stage. For me this is easily the best Tour de France since the 2008 edition (that race had a better GC battle).

There was drama and there were crashes, as there always are, but there were no huge scandals ...

Sponsoring a Team

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Sponsor goals are interesting to me, the story that is always floating around is that winning is very important to sponsors, but I have to say I wonder why. I understand winning to be important as far as winning will get you on the news. However as far as the PR goes for the race I am not sure winning is as important. Basically I would argue that it is more important to be race relevant than to win. Also hype should be a measurement. Lets take the big 4 at the Tour as an example had one of them ...

2015 CQ Game Thread

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The 2015 CQ Ranking Manager Thread!

Hi all, and welcome to the 2015 CQ Ranking Manager Game! This is the fifth edition of the game. Please see below for some history, basics, and more specific rules related to dates, dopers, etc.


The game was launched on December 8th 2010 by cyclingnews forum poster Hugo Koblet. His idea was to have a game where you build a cycling team from the website and its comprehensive numerical ra...

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