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Trek to broadcast pair of top Belgium ‘cross series


Trek Bicycle has renewed its broadcast agreement to stream Belgium’s DVV Verzekeringen Trofee and Soudal Classics cyclocross series live on the brand’s website, trekbikes.com.

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SBT GRVL aims to be world class gravel event


Racers in the 141-mile course will climb a total of 9000 feet and compete for a $28,000 prize purse, which will be equally divided among male and female racers across the pro and amateur field.

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2018 Dirty Kanza: Soul sucking sacrifice


Rain, hail, mud, darkness, pain, agony and ecstasy define this year’s race across the rough gravel roads of Kansas.

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Doing good deeds at the Redlands Bicycle Classic


Last week, our diarist’s team made the trek out to Southern California for the 34th annual Redlands Bicycle Classic presented by the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians. Here’s what went down.

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2018 Amgen Tour of California: What you need to know


With just a few days until the start of 2018 Amgen Tour of California on Sunday, May 13, it’s time to get up to speed on how to follow all the racing action.

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Entering the pro racing arena: A diary


Longtime RoadBikeReview contributor Dillon Caldwell makes the jump to the professional ranks. Here’s his first race report.

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EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale bike check


For the first time, the entire EF Education First-Drapac p/b Cannondale team will be aboard the Cannondale Synapse when riders line up for Sunday’s brutal Paris-Roubaix.

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Why we love Paris-Roubaix


We asked the EF Education First – Drapac p/b Cannondale riders racing Sunday’s spectacle to tell us what they love about Paris-Roubaix. Some actually humored us and pretended to like it.

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2018 Haute Route Rockies course unveiled


Seven-day amateur event features over 50,000 feet of climbing, including famed Pikes Peak ascent near Colorado Springs.

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2018 Amgen Tour of California route announced


Cycling fans can begin plotting their roadside viewing points along the 2018 Amgen Tour of California route, announced this week by AEG, owner and presenter of the 13th annual race.

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Video: Muddy Mayhem at Cyclocross World Champs


On a weekend that will be remembered as much for mud and cold as who the eventual winners were, it was the Belgian duo of Wout Van Aert and Sanne Cant taking home rainbow jerseys.

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Bell backing Rally Cycling in 2018


Bell Helmets has announced a partnership with homegrown American team, Rally Cycling for the 2018 season. After years of steady growth and development, Rally makes the move to UCI Pro Continental status.

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Mavic Haute Route comes to the Rockies


Timed multi-day gran fondo-style event brings challenge of stage racing through the Rockies to amateur riders.

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Hammer Series shaking up traditional road racing format


The new Hammer Series will feature a team-vs-team racing format across multiple events throughout the season. Each race will consist of three racing days — sprint, climb, and chase.

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Video: Halloween Cross Oregon style


The Cross Crusade cyclocross series began in Portland back in 1993. Over the years it’s hosted events across the region, including popular courses in Bend, Oregon. The Halloween double-race weekend in Bend is now a tradition with intense racing on Saturday, and a just-as-intense-but-costumed-to-the-max racing on Sunday.

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World Road Champs: 10 pictures tell the story


The 2016 UCI World Road Championships wrapped up Sunday in Doha, Qatar, with Slovakian Peter Sagan pulling off a momentous second straight win. That triumph punctuated a big week for bike maker Specialized, which scored nine podium placings, including six golds.

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Inside the ITU World Championships in Cozumel, Mexico


RoadBikeReview tester of all things aero Twain Mein checks in with this first person report from the recent ITU World Championship in Cozumel, Mexico.

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The Hot Roman Day When Doping Became Bad, a chapter from Spitting in the Soup


Spitting in the Soup explores how the deals made behind closed doors keep drugs in sports. The book unwinds the doping culture from the early days, when pills meant progress, and uncovers the complex relationships that underlie elite sports culture.

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Dr. Ferrari Was Right, a chapter from Spitting in the Soup


The new book Spitting in the Soup explores how the deals made behind closed doors keep drugs in sports. It unwinds the doping culture from the early days, when pills meant progress, and uncovers the complex relationships that underlie elite sports culture.

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Tour de France: 2016 course preview


The 2016 Tour de France kicks off Saturday, July 2, in Mont-Saint-Michel for a mostly flat 188km run to Utah Beach Sainte Marie-Du-Mont. Click through to see a video preview of the entire 2016 route.

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Tour de France Publicity Caravan: 12km long, 170 vehicles


Bike racing is the obvious main attraction at the Tour de France. But millions of fans also come out to see the spectacle that is the publicity caravan, a 12km long procession of sponsor floats that takes about 35 minutes to pass.

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Riding Paris-Roubaix cobblestones with Tom Boonen


Northern France’s cobblestones need no introduction. This is the home of Paris-Roubaix, one of bike racing’s great monuments. And while there are no masters of the monuments, Belgian great Tom Boonen comes pretty close.

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Caleb Ewan: The next great WorldTour sprinter?


Caleb Ewan is only 21 but has already made a name for himself as one of the biggest talents among the younger generation of top road sprinters. Find out about his views on racing, training, and life in this wide ranging interview.

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2016 Lost and Found Gravel Grinder race report


Tag along for a rowdy 100-mile ride on dirt and gravel.

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Amazing on-bike video footage goes inside Paris-Roubaix


There is nothing in sport that quite measures up to the chaos and carnage that is Paris-Roubaix. And outside of riding the race yourself, there’s no better way to understand the madness then to go along for a virtual ride.

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