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John Degenkolb’s fundraiser saves Paris-Roubaix Juniors

Supported by Facing a €10,000 shortfall and imminent cancellation, the under-19 edition of Paris-Roubaix found itself a saviour in the form of Roubaix winner John Degenkolb, and in a legion of Roubaix fans. The race will go on. The post John Degenkolb’s fundraiser saves Paris-Roubaix Juniors appeared first on ...


Nicholas White wins the 2019 Melbourne to Warrnambool

Supported by After a standout 2018 season where he came close to the overall National Road Series win, all-rounder Nicholas White (Team BridgeLane) claimed victory at the 103rd edition of the Powercor Melbourne to Warrnambool Cycling Classic. Harrison Bailey (GPM-Stulz) was next best in the bunch gallop for the line,...


Sitting down with Egan Bernal: Lessons learned, and what lies ahead

Supported by RĶONEGRO, Colombia — Last August, Egan Bernal opened his eyes and realized he was in a hospital bed. He looked around, unable to remember what happened to him. He knew he had finished the Tour de France. He wasn’t not sure if he had raced, or crashed out of, the Vuelta a Espańa. It was not … ...


Bikes of the Bunch: Bianchi Specialissima X-4

In this edition of Bikes of the Bunch, VeloClub member Richard Greaney tells us the story behind his Bianchi Specialissima X-4, which spent almost 10 years in his shed before he decided to tackle its resurrection. When it comes to rescuing a classic road bike, there are three schools of thought. The first is to … The post Bikes of the Bunch: Bianchi Specialissima X-4 appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Merckx avoids corruption trial; Molano steps in for Gaviria: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: After a corruption case toiled in Belgian court for 11 years, Eddy Merckx will not face prosecution. Team UAE-Emirates lost a Colombian sprinter to illness at Tour Colombia, but replaced him with another — who went on to win im...


Fighting gravity, and the ordinary, at the Red Bull Bay Climb

Supported by Back in September 2018, freelance journalist James Stout headed up to San Francisco to take part in the second edition of the Red Bull Bay Climb, a hill-climb race that pitted riders against the brutal Potrero Hill. At just 0.32 miles (515 metres), it’s not the longest climb around, but with an ave...


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