» Final Tour wildcard spots go to Greipel’s Arkea-Samsic and Terpstra’s Direct Energie
22/03/19 15:05 from VeloNews
It's good news for French teams Arkea-Samsic and Direct Energie, but it means Pierre Rolland's Vital Concept-B&B Hotels team is left out. Read the full article at Final Tour wildcard spots go to Greipel’s Arkea-Samsic and Terp...

» Gallery: Gravel, mud, and hugs at Land Run 100
22/03/19 13:51 from VeloNews
Now in its seventh year, the Land Run 100 gravel race tests riders on Oklahoma's rolling red dirt roads. Read the full article at Gallery: Gravel, mud, and hugs at Land Run 100 on VeloNews.com .

» Sagan’s Sanremo waiting game
22/03/19 12:41 from VeloNews
Three-time world champion Peter Sagan is willing to be patient in his quest to win Milano-Sanremo, which started back in 2011. Read the full article at Sagan’s Sanremo waiting game on VeloNews.com .

» Nibali feeling ‘better and better’ ahead of Milano-Sanremo defense
22/03/19 10:43 from VeloNews
Despite a winless drought dating back to last year's Milano-Sanremo, Vincenzo Nibali hopes that building form will carry him in Saturday's classic. Read the full article at Nibali feeling ‘better and better’ ahead of Milano-S...

» Matthews back in the saddle in time for Sanremo
22/03/19 10:14 from VeloNews
Australian Michael Matthews had written off Milano-Sanremo after a hard crash in Paris-Nice, but he has recovered quicker than expected. Read the full article at Matthews back in the saddle in time for Sanremo on VeloNews.com .

» Alaphilippe, Viviani ready to play favorites at Sanremo
22/03/19 09:48 from VeloNews
On paper, Deceuninck-Quick-Step boasts the strongest team for Milano-Sanremo, but can it control a typically unpredictable monument classic? Read the full article at Alaphilippe, Viviani ready to play favorites at Sanremo on VeloNews.com .

» Q&A: How Payson McElveen won Land Run with boredom and a track stand sprint
22/03/19 08:30 from VeloNews
The last time Payson McElveen started a gravel race he was sick. That was at Rebecca’s Private Idaho last fall. Earlier in 2018, he abandoned Dirty Kanza 200, when flat tires knocked him out of the lead group. Despite his minimal e...

» Q&A: How Payson McElveen won Land Run with boredom and a track-stand sprint
22/03/19 08:30 from VeloNews
The last time Payson McElveen started a gravel race he was sick. That was at Rebecca’s Private Idaho last fall. Earlier in 2018, he abandoned Dirty Kanza 200, when flat tires knocked him out of the lead group. Despite his minimal e...

» Week in Tech: Rapha kicks, Orbea e-bike for kids, CeramicSpeed for SRAM Dub
22/03/19 08:00 from VeloNews
Rapha rolls out new road and gravel shoes. Orbea has an e-bike for kids. CeramicSpeed has a Dub-compatible bottom bracket, and more. Read the full article at Week in Tech: Rapha kicks, Orbea e-bike for kids, CeramicSpeed for SRAM Dub on ...

» Fast Talk, ep. 70: Finding your strengths through failure, with Armando Mastracci
22/03/19 07:30 from VeloNews
In episode 70, we discuss the compelling concept of finding your physiological strengths through moments of failure with the engineer behind Xert. Read the full article at Fast Talk, ep. 70: Finding your strengths through failure, with A...

» Sanremo Roundtable: Which is better, sprint or breakaway?
21/03/19 15:58 from VeloNews
Every season, Milano-Sanremo stymies fans, journalists, and riders with its unpredictability. This fickle first monument of the classics season is sometimes a pure bunch sprint, and other years it favors a bold attack over the final clim...

» VN Archives: Zabel’s rookie mistake at Sanremo 2004
21/03/19 13:18 from VeloNews
The four-time Milano-Sanremo winner Zabel looked to have victory in hand at the end of the 2004 classic, but he made a simple mistake in the final few meters. Read the full article at VN Archives: Zabel’s rookie mistake at Sanremo ...

» Christopher Blevins sets sights on Tokyo Olympics
21/03/19 12:20 from VeloNews
Multi-discipline star Blevins says his formative years with USA Cycling's national team are the foundation for his Olympic aspirations. Read the full article at Christopher Blevins sets sights on Tokyo Olympics on VeloNews.com .

» MIPS disputes WaveCel claims, reiterates call for modern testing standards
21/03/19 12:00 from VeloNews
The differences between Bontrager's WaveCel test results and those released by MIPS highlight the need for independent testing and new standards. Read the full article at MIPS disputes WaveCel claims, reiterates call for modern testing s...

» Who will come up aces in Milano-Sanremo’s casino?
21/03/19 10:36 from VeloNews
How to win Milano-Sanremo? Endurance, early season form, a perfectly timed attack on the Poggio or final sprint, and plenty of good luck. Read the full article at Who will come up aces in Milano-Sanremo’s casino? on VeloNews.com .

» Hot off Tirreno nail-biter, Roglic ready to soar at Giro
21/03/19 10:05 from VeloNews
Jumbo-Visma brass say that Roglic is an astute student of the sport, progressing rapidly despite a lack of experience as a junior or under-23 rider. Read the full article at Hot off Tirreno nail-biter, Roglic ready to soar at Giro on Vel...

» Coryn Rivera wears Stars and Stripes to Europe’s biggest races
21/03/19 08:00 from VeloNews
The reigning national road champ captured U.S. cycling's biggest prize after years of near misses. Read the full article at Coryn Rivera wears Stars and Stripes to Europe’s biggest races on VeloNews.com .

» Podcast: Sky’s billionaire savior; Ewan previews Sanremo
20/03/19 18:55 from VeloNews
A fabulously wealthy British knight swoops in to save Team Sky. We discuss. Plus Caleb Ewan talks about Milano-Sanremo, and we predict winners for "La Primavera." Read the full article at Podcast: Sky’s billionaire savior; Ewan pre...

» How USA Cycling will build its Tokyo Olympics team
20/03/19 16:03 from VeloNews
Team USA has a goal to win more medals than ever before in Tokyo, which will make picking the right team even more critical. Read the full article at How USA Cycling will build its Tokyo Olympics team on VeloNews.com .

» Van der Poel suffers abrasions, bruises in pileup at Nokere Koerse
20/03/19 14:42 from VeloNews
The Dutch champion crashed in the final 500 meters of Wednesday's Nokere Koerse. Read the full article at Van der Poel suffers abrasions, bruises in pileup at Nokere Koerse on VeloNews.com .

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