Your Tuesday Daily News Digest

by Mark Zalewski

November 22, 2016

In today’s CyclingTips Daily News Digest: WADA Foundation Board approves recommendations, re-elects president; IOC proposes WADA code amendment banning serious offences; Wiggins talks future plans in odd interviews at Ghent Six Day; Grassroots racing on the UCI Continental Tours; Cancellara inducted into Laureus Academy; How Luke Rowe spends the off-season; Mathew Hayman given special edition bike for Roubaix win; Behind the scenes of NBC’s Tour de France coverage; Mathieu van der Poel rode home after cancelled Koksijde; Wout van Aert fits in a sand skills section; Amateur riding the Tour de France ahead of the pros; Michele Scarponi’s off-season training partner; Cavendish shows off his dance moves.

Mathew Hayman given special edition bike for Roubaix win

by CyclingTips

ORICA-BikeExchange rider Mathew Hayman received a one-of-a-kind Scott team bike in honour of his Paris-Roubaix win earlier this year.

“Thanks @scottsports for this very special bike, with a very special paint job,” he wrote. “Going to take pride of place”

The frame features a custom paint job with Roubaix cobbles painted onto the top tube.

Hayman recently won Australian Male Road Cyclist of the Year, the People’s Choice Award and the coveted Sir Hubert ‘Oppy’ Opperman Medal and Trophy for the 2016 Australian Cyclist of the Year.