First Look: $2500 Cervélo R2 endurance road bike

New wallet friendly offering utilizes many of same features found in the R3.

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2014 Tour de France: Stage 12 Preview – Bourg-en-Bresse to Saint-Étienne

This classic transition stage takes the race to the edge of the big mountains. Expect a tug-of-war between breakaway specialists and the sprinters.

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2014 Tour de France: Graham Watson Stage 11 Photo Gallery

Fresh off his one-day dalliance with the yellow jersey at the end of stage 9, Tony Gallopin gave his native France more reason to cheer with a brave and impressive late-day solo attack that netted triumph of stage 11.

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2014 Tour de France: Stage 11 Results

France rejoices in a late-race escape by one of their own, the race leader relaxes, and one brave American soldiers on.

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First Look: Jamis Renegade disc-equipped adventure road bike

This past weekend Jamis Bicycles introduced the Renegade, a carbon-fiber, disc brake-equipped adventure road bike geared toward the burgeoning gravel grinding segment. First ride honors went to pro rider Tyler Wren, who placed a solid third in the Crusher in the Tushar, a challenging 84-mile race in Utah that’s held on equal parts paved and […]

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Tour de France Video: Inside Team Sky mechanic’s truck

Global Cycling Network takes a look around the Team Sky mechanic’s truck. It’s one of the nicest at the Tour de France, with expandable sides, inside workspace and a drawer full of stems in millimeter increments.

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2014 Tour de France: Stage 11 Preview – Besancon to Oyonnax

Following the race’s first rest day, this rolling affair from Besançon to Oyonnax looks ideal for a breakaway. There are four small climbs in the final 50km, plus a testing descent on the run into the finish.

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Tour de France Rest Day Gallery: A look back at the first 10 stages

With 10 days of racing in the books and the Tour on a rest day, it’s time to take a look back at the high and lows through the lens of the venerable Graham Watson.

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2014 Tour de France: Graham Watson Stage 10 Photo Gallery

On a rain soaked Monday that saw the peloton tackle seven rated climbs, the race lost another top favorite. Contador crashed heavily midway through the 161.5km stage 10 from Mulhouse to La Planche des Belles Filles.

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2014 Tour de France: Stage 10 Results

Nibali finished the day in 4:27:26, 15 seconds ahead of second-placed Thibaut Pinot and another 5 seconds up on third place finisher Alejandro Valverde. Tejay van Garderen was top placed American, 6th at 0:22. Overnight race leader Tony Gallopin was a distant 33rd at 4:46.

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2014 Tour de France: Stage 10 Preview – Mulhouse to La Planche des Belles Filles

With a rest day on the horizon, the Tour peloton faces its biggest challenge to date, a 161.5km ride from Mulhouse to the cat. 1 summit of La Planche des Belles Filles.

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2014 Tour de France: Graham Watson Stage 9 Photo Gallery

The man known as Panzerwagen powered to an impressive solo stage win, while Frenchman Tony Gallopin (Lotto-Belisol) snuck into the overall race lead on a dramatic day at the Tour de France. Graham Watson captured all the action.

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2014 Tour de France: Stage 9 Results

German Tony Martin snagged a heroic solo stage win, while Frenchman Tony Gallopin moved into the overall race lead.

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2014 Tour de France: Stage 9 Preview – Gérardmer to Mulhouse

Another day in the Vosges region and lots more climbing. This ever-rolling affair includes six rated climbs, including the cat. 1 Le Markstein.

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2014 Tour de France: Stage 8 Preview – Tomblaine to Gérardmer La Mauselaine

The chase for the yellow jersey begins in earnest with three rated climbs back-to-back-to-back in the stage’s final 25km. But none of these ascents is terribly difficult.

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2014 Tour de France: Graham Watson Stage 7 Photo Gallery

Another Tour de France stage, another day full of crashes. See all of today’s action captured by Graham Watson’s lens.

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2014 Tour de France: Stage 7 Results

The difference between winning and second place was just a centimeter at the end of Friday’s stage 7 with Matteo Trentin taking the razor thin sprint victory ahead of Peter Sagan.

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News: Shimano unveils new mounting standard for road disc brakes

Results in a cleaner, integrated construction with the frame, more direct connection to the frame and better alignment.

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2014 Tour de France: Stage 7 Preview – Épernay to Nancy

The race’s second-longest stage and the final day before the real climbing begins. But there are two small climbs at the end of the long run to Nancy, which should spell doom for the sprinters.

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2014 Tour de France: Graham Watson Stage 6 Photo Gallery

From crashes to historical landmarks, click through to see what else Graham Watson’s lens found on Stage 6 from Arras to Reims.

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2014 Tour de France: Stage 6 Results

Andre Greipel of Lotto-Belisol put nearly a bike length into Katusha’s Alexander Kristoff, who slotted a distant second for the second time in three days. Samuel Dumolin (Ag2r La Mondiale) was third.

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2014 Tour de France: Stage 6 Preview – Arras to Reims

After stage 5’s rough ride, stage 6 looks to be a more predictable affair with only two rated climbs, both cat. 4.

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2014 Tour de France: Graham Watson Stage 5 Photo Gallery

In what can only be described as an insane day for the annals of the Tour de France, Graham Watson kept busy capturing a very tough day in the race.

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2014 Tour de France: Stage 5 Results

Wild stage 5 sees a win for Dutchman Lars Boom and an early exit for Chris Froome. Check out what else happened on stage 5 here.

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2014 Tour de France: Stage 5 Preview – Ypres to Arenberg Porte du Hainaut

After just one day in France, the race hops across the border to Belgium for a battle that includes 15km of cobblestones. The day starts in Ypres where the Tour will commemorate the Centenary of the start of World War I.

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