Your Friday Daily News Digest

by Shane Stokes

May 12, 2017

In today’s edition of the Daily News Digest: Dillier wins Giro d’Italia stage 6 from the breakaway; Thomas outmanoeuvres bigger names to win stage 3 of the Four Days of Dunkirk; Pöstlberger ‘proved he is more than a one-hit wonder’; Phinney returns to racing following concussion; Talansky – ‘I would love to be able to pull off a great result’ at Amgen Tour of California; ‘Several severe injuries’ for Frison; Stig Broeckx continues to make progress; Proposals to make cycling part of the driver licence process; Illinois woman charged with attempted murder of former police officer in road rage incident; We want to hear your feedback! Please take the CyclingTips reader survey; Video: Giro d’Italia Backstage Pass – Stage 5 post race; Video: Giro d’Italia Backstage Pass – Stage 6 Pre Race; Video: Jan Ullrich – 20 Years Tour de France GC victory; Video: why barriers exist at train crossings

We want to hear your feedback! Please take the CyclingTips reader survey

by Wade Wallace

Dear CyclingTips readers,

The past 18 months have been massive for everyone here at CyclingTips, and you’ll have seen and felt the changes as well.

I’d like to ask you a small favour: to take five minutes to fill out the survey below to help us understand more about who you are, how we’re doing, and what you want to see more of. Any individual data is private, of course, and will not be shared with anyone, or used to promote anything to you.

Whenever we conduct a reader survey the responses are always enlightening, and at the same time often a tough pill to swallow. But they are absolutely essential because they keep us on track and make sure that we’re always improving. The survey will focus on your usage and experiences with CyclingTips and how can make that better. We want to hear the good, the bad and the ugly.

After we’ve collected all the responses we’ll share the overall results with you. Thank you for your time and feedback. With this information you’re helping to build a better CyclingTips!

Click through to read more and complete the survey