Your Monday Daily News Digest

by Matt de Neef

May 29, 2017

In today’s edition of the CT Daily News Digest: Tom Dumoulin wins the 100th Giro d’Italia; Jens Keukeleire wins the Baloise Belgium Tour; Edvald Boasson Hagen wins Tour des Fjords; Marianne Vos wins Gooik-Geraardsbergen-Gooik for a third time; Oscar Pujol wins the Tour of Japan, Nathan Earle second; Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio goes back-to-back with French double; Quintana believes late sickness cost him the Giro; Stijn Vandenbergh released from hospital, two weeks after crash; Transcontinental Race to continue in 2017; Davide Cimolai hit by a car in training; Vulpine saved from administration by Mango Bikes; Giuseppe Fonzi’s Giro nod to Happy Days; Behind the scenes of Tom Dumoulin’s Giro win.

Vulpine saved from administration by Mango Bikes

by CyclingTips

Three weeks after cycling clothing brand Vulpine announced it was going into administration, the company has revealed that it has been “saved” by a fellow British brand.

“We are happy and relieved to announce that the Vulpine brand has been saved by fellow British urban cycling lovers Mango Bikes,” a post on the Vulpine Facebook page reads. “They’re lovely people and have always admired what Vulpine does, and how we do it.

“All orders, refunds & exchanges will be honoured, and we hope to be back up to speed within days.”

For some background reading about how Vulpine got into financial difficulty, check out this piece at BikeBiz.com.

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