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The weekly spin: Philosophy and perspective with Nathan Haas

Back in May, just prior to the Amgen Tour of California, I had a memorable conversation with Australian Nathan Haas about a number of top...

The Bunch: Kittel and Katusha part ways, and this video was stuck in Italy

Welcome to the latest episode of the Bunch, delayed, rather unsurprisingly, by Italian WiFi. I was subjected to Italian WiFi because I ha...

Kittel wins stage 2 of Tirreno-Adriatico

Marcel Kittel parts ways with Katusha before end of contract

After a disappointing debut season with Katusha in 2018, Marcel Kittel seemed to be on his way to bouncing back when he started 2019 with...

The weekly spin: The intersection of pro cycling and basic human rights

It’s always been difficult for me to embrace WorldTour racing in what amount to repressive, police states. And as the professional peloto...

Kittel: New direction, but same burning ambition for Tour sprint king

Winner of five stages in last year's Tour de France, Marcel Kittel is currently the top sprinter in world cycling. "I won the five stages...

Zakarin: Now I’m sure I can fight with the strongest in the Grand Tours

Fifth in last year’s Giro and then a career-best third overall in the Vuelta a España, Ilnur Zakarin will target the Tour de France in 20...

Inside the Tour de France convoy with Team Katusha-Alpecin

Back in January Katusha-Alpecin were good enough to invite CyclingTips behind the scenes for a stage of the Santos Tour Down Under. We sa...

Tour de France tech: Bikes and more from the stage 1 time trial

DÜSSELDORF, Germany (CT) – Stage 1 of the Tour de France is done and the wet weather caused havoc not just for the riders but also for th...

Behind closed doors at the Tour Down Under with Katusha-Alpecin

It's not often that a WorldTour team will let journalists behind closed doors, to see the inner workings of a team at a professional bike...