Your Friday Daily News Digest

by Mark Zalewski

November 4, 2016

In today’s CyclingTips Daily News Digest: Haas on Lachlan Morton: ‘His potential is limitless if he wants it to be’; Armstrong appears in federal court as judge hears arguments; Helen Wyman posts update on medical condition; The Death of the Local Bike Shop?; Bike stolen from cyclist killed in hit-and-run; British Cycling emphasising ‘culture’ in search for performance director; Bjarne Riis becomes partner in Danish team Virtu Pro-Veloconcept; Stan Siejka Classic final race for Tasmanian trio of Goss, Sulzberger brothers; Trek issues recall of select Farley fatbike models; Cyclist crowdfunding South Pole record attempt; Research studies of air pollution affects high-speed cyclists; Researchers test altruism with staged bicycle accident; Strider Bike World Championship.

Stan Siejka Classic final race for Tasmanian trio of Goss, Sulzberger brothers

by CyclingTips

The Stan Siejka Classic in Tasmania on 27 November will be the farewell race for three long-time pros, Matt Goss (ONE Pro Cycling) and Sulzberger brothers Wes (Kinan Cycling) and Bernie (Drapac).

Tour de Langkawi 2016 - stage 5

“It basically all kicked off from that crit a few years ago; beating a few pros at that time gave me a start, so I thought it was kind of fitting to back and finish in the same place,” said Goss, who announced his retirement in September.

“I will still ride socially, but professionally that will be it for me. It will be a pretty good way to go out,” Bernie Sulzberger said. “Matt and I started riding about the same time growing up together in Flowery Gully so it will be good to go out together. I’ve done the race a few times and my best result is third so it would be nice to improve on that.”

The younger Sulzberger Wes, 30, is retiring to focus on his coaching business.

The event usually attracts many top Australian pros, and even had Chris Froome race in 2015.

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