Author: Matt de Neef
Matt joined CyclingTips in February 2013 as the site's first paid employee. In his role as managing editor he creates stories in various mediums and helps staff and contributors to produce the best stories they can. Matt has reported from four Tours de France and many other professional bike races. A keen recreational cyclist, Matt loves exploring new roads. He is the founder of theclimbingcyclist.com, an ode to the satisfying challenge of riding uphill. He is based in Melbourne, Australia.
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After 11 years as a pro cyclist, Dumoulin is ready for what comes next. Whatever that might be.
The Tour heads to the Puy de Dôme for the first time since 1988, and 59 years after an iconic battle.
"Ongoing logistical, planning, timing, and workforce challenges" have seen another edition of the race cancelled.
Logistics and the early season timeslot mean road bikes make more sense.
After 30 years as a professional, the controversial Italian is hanging up his wheels. Sort of.
With a bunch of top riders in attendance, there's plenty of reasons to tune in this weekend.
The long-heralded Australian Continental setup is getting a women's team for the first time.