Paris-Roubaix: Moments in History

The Queen of the Classics, L’enfer du Nord, The Hell of the North – the many nicknames of Paris-Roubaix reflect its reputation as probably the hardest one-day race in the world. The cobbles, the dirt, the mud, the crashes; it’s a race that captures the attention like few others. Sadly, the race won’t be held…

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Vuelta Ciclista Internacional a Costa Rica (2.2)
Final Classification - General Classification
1. Rojas Villegas Juan Carlos
2. Villalobos Roman
3. Rojas Villegas Cesar
Tour of Quanzhou Bay (2.2)
Final Classification - General Classification
1. Stedman Max
2. Morey Drew
3. Yemane Dawit
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(Want the Daily News Digest delivered directly to your inbox? Here’s the sign-up.) Hello again, CyclingTips readers, The first World Cup of the Cyclocross season took place in the Czech Republic with two exciting elite races. On the road side of cycling, Enrico Gasparotto announced he will retire from professional cycling. Read on for more...

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(Want the Daily News Digest delivered directly to your inbox? Here’s the sign-up.) Hello again, CyclingTips readers, As we head through the midpoint of the week – or whatever you’d call the last day before a holiday for those of us in the United States – the cycling headlines offer more of the contract updates we’ve been seeing...

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The second of the Thereabouts series. Lachy & Gus Morton have taken the successful format of their first film and replicated it in their second home, Colorado. This time they have invited two friends and fellow professionals Cameron Wurf (formerly of Cannondale) and Taylor Phinney (formerly of BMC). For more background read the Morton’s explanation for Thereabouts...

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The second of the Thereabouts series. Lachy & Gus Morton have taken the successful format of their first film and replicated it in their second home, Colorado. This time they have invited two friends and fellow professionals Cameron Wurf (formerly of Cannondale) and Taylor Phinney (formerly of BMC). For more background read the Morton’s explanation for Thereabouts...

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Sven Nys is, quite simply, the Eddy Merckx of cyclocross. With two world championship titles, seven World Cup series titles, and over 140 competitive victories, Nys is widely considered one of the greatest cyclocross racers of all time. The 2015-16 cyclocross season, his last before retirement, is documented with an unprecedented behind-the-scenes look into his...

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