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Albasini wins in Italy, Wellens in Belgium, Denmark cancelled: Your Daily News Digest
Former Australian professional Michael Rogers has announced what he describes as something which will ‘change the world of indoor cycling forever.’ According to VirtuGo itself, it is an ‘innovative new virtual cycling system that will gamify your indoor cycling experience, and take your performance to the next level.’
Time will tell if it will live up to the hype, but this video gives some small hints as to what is on offer.
— VirtuGO (@rideVirtuGO) September 12, 2017