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by Neal Rogers
December 12, 2017
Giro d’Italia keeping Plan B in mind as violence erupts in Jerusalem; UCI announces 2018 WorldTour, Pro Continental licenses; GreenEdge reveals 2018 Mitchelton-Scott kits; BMC Racing adds a touch of blue to 2018 kits; Fresh ink: Did four new Astana riders get team tattoos in Kazakhstan?; BMC Racing targets Santos Tour Down Under with winners of past four editions; Campagnolo returns to apparel business; Movistar sending strong team to Argentina for 2018 Vuelta a San Juan; Australian Cycling Academy to help give racers ‘options beyond sport’; Schwarzenegger, Sagan, and Mayor of Paris share findings on cycling to work; Video: Brazilian Evandro Portela sets record of 202 km/h on a bicycle; Video: Rapha Supercross Nobeyama Day 2.
Day 2 of the Rapha Supercross Nobeyama had all of the favorites from Day 1 back in action. Australians Chris Jongewaard and Garry Millburn were looking for the win. Czech rider Emil Hekele looked to sweep the weekend. Americans Anthony Clark and Kevin Bradford-Smith eyed the podium, and the Japanese strong men, including Kohei Maeda, Yu Takenouchi, Hilaru Kosaka and Kota Yokoyama wanted everyone to make sure they knew whose house they had entered.