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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 4 Results

German sprint ace Marcel Kittel (Giant-Shimano) made it three wins in four days, blasting first across the finish of stage 4 from Le Touquet-Paris-Plage to Lille.

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2014 Tour de France: Stage 3 Results

London Calling: Marcel Kittel of Giant-Shimano made it 2-for-3 in the UK with a relatively easy victory in the sprint finish Monday.

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Feature: Ride along with Skratch Labs Neutral Human Support

Go for a ride with Skratch Labs Neutral Human Support program at stage 1 of the Amgen Tour of California.

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Photo Gallery: Pro bikes of the Amgen Tour of California

Get an up close look at the bikes of Tom Boonen, Bradley Wiggins, Thor Hushovd and others.

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Racing: Colorado’s USA Pro Challenge to feature first mountaintop finish

550-mile race to include trips up McClure Pass, Hosier Pass, Kebler Pass and a summit finish at Monarch Mountain Ski Resort near Salida.

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Racing: Tour of California rosters announced

Lots of star power is set to descend on the Golden State for the 2014 Amgen Tour of California. Big names include Thor Hushovd, Taylor Phinney, Bradley Wiggins, Tom Boonen, Mark Cavendish, Peter Sagan and Jens Voght. See the full line-up.

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Lance Armstrong: “Yes, I feel like I won races.” (Video)

Armstrong talks with Outside Magazine about his revoked Tour wins, how life has changed in the past year, and working on his golf game.

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Video: Peter Sagan and his Cannondale SuperSix Evo

Last year’s runner up at the Tour of Flanders will be looking to go one better on Sunday when Slovakian wunderkind Peter Sagan lines up for the first of the major cobbled classics. Here’s a look at the man and his machine.

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2014 Amgen Tour of California routes announced

The 2014 Amgen Tour of California stage route has just been released. Check the info here to see how close it will come to your town.

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Bikes of the WorldTour: What teams are riding what

Most riders of the 2014 professional peloton will have at least two bikes at their disposal, an aero road bike and a lighter climbing option. Some will also have frames specifically designed for the cobbled classics. Here’s a rundown of who is riding what.

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U.S. Cyclocross Nationals: Best of the Best Do Battle

For five often mud filled days, Boulder, Colorado’s Valmont Bike Park was the epicenter of U.S. Cyclocross racing. But the big show didn’t come until this past weekend, when the best under-23 and elite racers in the country took to the testing track that demanded equal parts power and skill.

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U.S. Cyclocross Nationals: Snow Falling, Beer Flowing

Need another reason to get excited about this week’s U.S. cyclocross national championships in Boulder, Colorado? We have two: snow and beer!

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Fans To Help Pick Final Stage Of 2014 USA Pro Challenge

Race will also include what’s being billed as first true mountaintop finish, have a downhill dirt section, and feature return trips to Aspen, Breckenridge and the always testing Vail Pass time trial.

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USA Pro Challenge: Sagan – and Tejay – Win Again

Cannondale’s Peter Sagan snagged his fourth win at the USA Pro Challenge, while BMC’s Tejay van Garderen wrapped up his second major U.S. stage race victory on the final day of the USA Pro Challenge in Denver on Sunday.

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USA Pro Challenge: Sagan Takes Win No. 3

Slovakian sprinter Peter Sagan snagged his third stage win of 2013 USA Pro Challenge, besting all at the finish line in Fort Collins. BMC’s Tejay van Garderen remains in overall lead.

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USA Pro Challenge: Van Garderen wins TT, Grows Lead

In an uphill battle to the finish, stage 5’s Vail time trial saw BMC’s Tejay van Garderen (USA) cross the line with the fastest time, taking home the stage win and solidifying his hold on the overall lead.

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USA Pro Challenge: BMC’s Van Garderen Takes Overall Lead

Climber Janier Acevedo of Jamis-Hagens Berman wins stage 4, while BMC’s team leader takes control of the race heading into Friday’s individual time trial in Vail.

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USA Pro Challenge: Sagan Strikes Again

Cannondale Pro Cycling’s Peter Sagan wins Stage 3 of the 2013 USA Pro Challenge, while Lachlan Morton of Team Garmin-Sharp holds on to the leader’s jersey.

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USA Pro Challenge: Fränk Claims Dramatic Stage 2 Win

Stage 2 of the 2013 USA Pro Challenge professional cycling race took riders to extraordinary heights on the route from Aspen to Breckenridge, including the trip over Independence Pass.

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USA Pro Challenge: Sagan Blasts To Stage 1 Win

The 2013 USA Pro Challenge started with a bang as 128 riders, hailing from 31 countries, rolled out of Aspen to embark on a circuit race that would prove to pack a punch. After three 22-mile laps, with 3,080 feet of climbing per lap, Peter Sagan (Cannondale Pro Cycling) pulled out the sprint win.

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2013 USA Pro Challenge Route Features Extreme Elevation

The USA Pro Challenge kicks off today in Aspen, Colorado, with a 66-mile circuit race. From there the route gets progressively harder, as it takes riders on a challenging journey through the Rocky Mountains. Here’s a look at all the stages.

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Tour de France Champ Coming To Colorado

Chris Froome, Peter Sagan, Jens Voigt, Christian Vande Velde and Tejay van Garderen will all be racing late August’s USA Pro Challenge in Colorado. See the complete roster list.

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Leipheimer Shows Well At Downieville Classic

Carl Decker (Giant) once again proved his dominance of the Downieville Classic, but he had an early scare during Saturday’s cross-country race thanks to one Levi Leipheimer.

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Levi Leipheimer Racing Downieville Classic

Multiple-time Tour of California winner Levi Leipheimer is set to become the first cyclist to race both the Tour de France and the Downieville Classic. And Leipheimer isn’t just racing the cross-country. He’s taking on the all-mountain category.

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