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  1. General Cycling Discussion
    Santa Cruz and Yeti sale at Competitive Cyclist Save on your favorite shred sleds from Santa Cruz and Yeti at Competitive Cyclist. The season isn't over and the trails are calling, visit them with a new ride. It can be an early winter gift from you to your inner shredder. Now - On to the sale...
  2. Cyclocross
    Santa Cruz routes the front brake hose in the left fork leg, which looks clean but may complicate maintenance. California-based Santa Cruz has gotten back in the drop-bar bike game, releasing a new carbon cyclocross rig called the Stigmata. Made from Santa Cruz's lightweight CC carbon fiber...
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    "What's the coolest thing you saw?" We hear that question after every trade show. The following--in our humble collective opinion--represents the newest, coolest and most interesting stuff our combined Mtbr and RoadBikeReview crew came across throughout the course of the 2014 Interbike and...
  4. Pro Cycling - Tour de France
    Peter Sagan (SVK) Liquigas-Cannondale Stage 2 Amgen Race Leader; Rabobank Best Young Rider Jersey Leader; Visit California Sprint Jersey Leader On his thoughts from today's race "Today was very hard, and the climb was very fast especially when I was on the front of the last climb. It was also...
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    Defending Champion Levi Leipheimer Takes Second Place in the Stage and Moves Up in General Classification to Third Place Overall SANTA CRUZ, CA - In a stage that exemplified the beautiful scenery and challenging terrain of California that make the state the perfect setting for a professional...
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    David Zabriskie (USA), General Classification Leader; First Place, Stage 3 Garmin-Transitions On winning the Amgen Leader Jersey: "I've been a runner up, but I've never won a stage here. I've never touched the Amgen Leader Jersey since the Amgen Tour of California started. Just to touch this...
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    Garmin's Dave Zabriskie outsprints HTC-Columbia's Michael Rogers for the stage win Stage 3 Results 1 David Zabriskie Garmin-Transitions - 4:26:09 2 Michael Rogers Team HTC-Columbia 3 Levi Leipheimer Team Radioshack 4 Peter Sagan Liquigas-Doimo 0:00:17 5 Rory Sutherland Unitedhealthcare...
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