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Three Vans and a Can at Flanders

04/8/2014| 0 comments
by Neil Browne

Three Vans and a Can at Flanders

What messages did the riders have on their top tubes?

What messages did the riders have on their top tubes?

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Team NetApp–Endura Reveals its Ambitions for 2014 Season

01/8/2014| 0 comments
by Mark Watson

Team NetApp–Endura Reveals its Ambitions for 2014 Season

The highest ranked German professional road cycling team is heading into 2014 with its sights set high. By combining its existing range of riders, who delivered impressive and continuous results on the roads in 2013, with a number of new signings brought on board to further reinforce the team, Team NetApp–Endura is aiming to take part in the Tour de France for the first time in 2014.

The highest ranked German professional road cycling team is heading into 2014 with its sights set high. By combining its existing range of riders, who delivered impressive and continuous results on the roads in 2013, with a number of new signings brought on board to further reinforce the team, Team NetApp–Endura is aiming to take part in the Tour de France for the first time in 2014.

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Team Garmin-Sharp Unveils 2014 Jersey; Announces Alliance with WWF

01/3/2014| 0 comments
by Mark Watson

Team Garmin-Sharp Unveils 2014 Jersey; Announces Alliance with WWF

Team Garmin-Sharp today unveiled its new jersey from technical clothing supplier Castelli, along with exciting collaboration news with global conservation organization WWF and the team's official off-bike athletic footwear and clothing sponsor New Balance.

Team Garmin-Sharp today unveiled its new jersey from technical clothing supplier Castelli, along with exciting collaboration news with global conservation organization WWF and the team's official off-bike athletic footwear and clothing sponsor New Balance.

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2014 Tour de France Profile

10/24/2013| 0 comments
by Gerald Churchill

2014 Tour de France Profile

The parcours of the 2014 Tour de France favors climbers. The riders will take on three mountain ranges—the Vosges, the Alps, and the Pyrenees—and five mountaintop finishes. The race will have only one time trial, and its route will include cobbles, which inject unpredictability, particularly for GC riders who might not be used to riding on them.

The parcours of the 2014 Tour de France favors climbers. The riders will take on three mountain ranges—the Vosges, the Alps, and the Pyrenees—and five mountaintop finishes. The race will have only one time trial, and its route will include cobbles, which inject unpredictability, particularly for GC riders who might not be used to riding on them.

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2014 Tour de France Offers Varied Menu

10/23/2013| 0 comments
by AP and Roadcycling.com

2014 Tour de France Offers Varied Menu

Tracing a route that limits the strengths of defending champion Chris Froome, the 2014 Tour de France will rattle over bone-jarring cobblestones, pay homage to World War I battlefields, climb unfamiliar mountains in the east of France and have only one time trial.

Tracing a route that limits the strengths of defending champion Chris Froome, the 2014 Tour de France will rattle over bone-jarring cobblestones, pay homage to World War I battlefields, climb unfamiliar mountains in the east of France and have only one time trial.

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Study indicates Tour de France riders live longer

09/4/2013| 0 comments
by Reuters and Roadcycling.com

Study indicates Tour de France riders live longer

French riders in the Tour de France live an average of six years longer than the general population and die less often of cardiovascular problems, researchers found. Findings may help ease worries about the effect of extreme exercise on the heart.

French riders in the Tour de France live an average of six years longer than the general population and die less often of cardiovascular problems, researchers found. Findings may help ease worries about the effect of extreme exercise on the heart.

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UCI reports no doping cases from 2013 Tour de France

08/21/2013| 0 comments
by AP and Roadcycling.com

UCI reports no doping cases from 2013 Tour de France

No riders tested positive for doping at the Tour de France, the International Cycling Union (UCI) announced earlier today.

No riders tested positive for doping at the Tour de France, the International Cycling Union (UCI) announced earlier today.

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Tour de France Round Up

07/23/2013| 0 comments
by Neil Browne

Tour de France Round Up

The pavement of the Champs-Élysées didn't get a chance to cool down before the rumors and revelations started.

The pavement of the Champs-Élysées didn't get a chance to cool down before the rumors and revelations started.

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Kittel Wins Final Stage of Tour de France; Froome Claims Overall

07/22/2013| 0 comments
by Gerald Churchill

Kittel Wins Final Stage of Tour de France; Froome Claims Overall

The 2013 Tour de France is history. It ended as it began a seeming eon ago on Corsica, with Marcel Kittel (Argos-Shimano) dusting the field. The German took a bunch sprint to win Stage 21, a flat, 133.5-km run from Versailles to Paris, in 3:06:14.

The 2013 Tour de France is history. It ended as it began a seeming eon ago on Corsica, with Marcel Kittel (Argos-Shimano) dusting the field. The German took a bunch sprint to win Stage 21, a flat, 133.5-km run from Versailles to Paris, in 3:06:14.

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2013 Tour de France Results - Stage 21

07/21/2013| 0 comments
by Roadcycling.com

2013 Tour de France Results - Stage 21

Team Argos-Shimano's Marcel Kittel (Germany) sprints to victory in final stage of Tour de France - a nocturnal ride from Versailles to Champs-Élysées in Paris; Team Sky Procycling's Christopher Froome (Great Britain) takes overall Tour de France victory.

Team Argos-Shimano's Marcel Kittel (Germany) sprints to victory in final stage of Tour de France - a nocturnal ride from Versailles to Champs-Élysées in Paris; Team Sky Procycling's Christopher Froome (Great Britain) takes overall Tour de France victory.

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