López ready to push to new heights in Vuelta

Colombia's self-styled 'Superman' is poised to round out the Latin American grand tour sweep with a strong ride in Spain Read the full article at López ready to push to new heights in Vuelta on VeloNews.com .

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Stetina’s off-road adventuring sets him up for Vuelta

A victory at the Belgian Waffle Ride and strong showings at other off-road adventure races helped Stetina rekindle love for the bike Read the full article at Stetina’s off-road adventuring sets him up for Vuelta on VeloNews.com .

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Rad Power Bikes dismisses suit against Bam Power Bikes

SEATTLE (BRAIN) — Rad Power Bikes dropped its lawsuit filed against an Arizona electric vehicle company on Wednesday that sold e-bikes under the Bam Power Bikes brand. A Rad Power Bikes spokeswoman said the company dismissed the case after the B am Power Bikes' website taken offline and copyright infringements were removed. In addition to the copyright infringements, the lawsuit filed in April stated Bam Power infringed on Rad Power's designs on its website. Bam Power, owned by JHR Electric Transport, also was accused of making false advertising claims. It did not file responses to the complaints with the court. The alleged copyright infringements included Rad's bike measurements graphic on its website, its homepage tagline, "Built for Everything, Priced for Everyone" (which was repeated exactly on the Bam homepage), and other website elements, including its customer review page and consumer-direct pricing page. Rad Power claimed that Bam Power misled customers ...

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Why Sam Bennett feels ‘disposable’ in today’s WorldTour sprint game

With 11 stage wins in 2019, the Irish sprinter is among the fastest men in the peloton. But he still feels like the third-string sprinter on his own team. Read the full article at Why Sam Bennett feels ‘disposable’ in today’s WorldTour sprint game on VeloNews.com .

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One bottle or two on long rides – save the weight or save the stop?

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Should you ditch the extra bottle to save weight, or carry it to avoid stopping? It's a hot topic on the road.cc forum, we've crunched the numbers to find out!

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Marcel Kittel retires from pro cycling at 31

German sprinter Marcel Kittel has official retire from pro cycling at age 31. Read the full article at Marcel Kittel retires from pro cycling at 31 on VeloNews.com .

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Hope springs eternal at SBT GRVL

Although he tried really hard to do so, Chris Case didn't crack at the gorgeous, demanding, and high-paced inaugural edition of SBT GRVL. Read the full article at Hope springs eternal at SBT GRVL on VeloNews.com .

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Marcel Kittel won’t race again

Supported by Marcel Kittel has ended his career as a pro cyclist. Last May, Kittel ended his contract with Katusha and announced a break from pro cycling, but left the door open to return to the sport. This week, the German sprinter ended his career for good, first via an interview with Der Spiegel and then, on … The post Marcel Kittel won’t race again appeared first on CyclingTips .

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Marcel Kittel retires from racing at the age of 31

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German sprinter says he has "lost all motivation to keep torturing myself on a bike"

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Enervit Pre Sport Jelly

Enervit Pre Sport Jelly

A light, pre-event dose of slow release energy in a convenient, easy-to-consume form 7/10

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British cyclist becomes third woman ever to complete Paris-Brest-Paris on a fixie

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“France is flat they said, there’s only one ‘real’ hill they said”

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Marcel Kittel has officially retired from professional cycling

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Joe Robinson 23 Aug 2019 The German sprinter ends career having 'lost all motivation to keep torturing myself on a bike' German sprinter Marcel Kittel has announced his retirement for professional cycling having 'lost all motivation to keep torturing myself on a bike'. The 31-year-old broke contract with Katusha-Alpecin in May under mutual agreement stating at the time he had 'decided to take a break and take time for myself, think about my goals and make a plan for my future.' The 14-time Tour de France stage winner had struggled for 18 months to find form managing only three victories. It was also reported that Kittel had fallen out of favour with team management. Rumours had circulated that Kittel was considering a return to cycling with Dutch team Jumbo-Visma stating they would consider a move for the rider if he managed to get back into shape. However, Kittel has now ...

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Roglic flying under the radar at the Vuelta

Hot off third at the Giro d'Italia, Primoz Roglic may be one of the favorites to win the Vuelta a España. The Slovenian, however, doesn't see it that way. Read the full article at Roglic flying under the radar at the Vuelta on VeloNews.com .

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Open road for Quintana at the Vuelta a España

Nairo Quintana won't be grumbling about sharing leadership duties following Carapaz's late-hour exit from the Vuelta Read the full article at Open road for Quintana at the Vuelta a España on VeloNews.com .

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Heat Training Risks, Cramping, Losing Fitness and More – Ask a Cycling Coach 217

Join us live for Episode 217 of the Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast! We'll cover how heat training is proven to make you faster, but it can come at the cost of valuable training adaptations, why cramping actually happens and why it is so hard to avoid, how quickly you lose different types of fitness.

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Remco Evenepoel extends with Deceuninck-QuickStep until 2023

Remco Evenepoel extends with Deceuninck-QuickStep until 2023

Joe Robinson 23 Aug 2019 Arguably the biggest talent in road cycling pledges his commitment to Lefevere's team for three more years The best signing of the 2019/2020 cycling transfer season may not be a new rider switching teams but a rider extending his current contract. Deceuninck-QuickStep have announced that 19-year-old Remco Evenepoel will remain with the team through to the end of 2023. The deal will extend Evenepoel's stay at the Belgian WorldTour team for a further three years having signed as a neo-pro with the team at the beginning of the season. Talking on the deal, the Belgian rider spoke of how team manager Patrick Lefevere was vital in his decision to stay put. 'I am happy and proud that I have extended my stay with Deceuninck-QuickStep and I will continue to build my future together with this amazing group. The team have believed in me from the ...

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#MyCyclingWeekend with Decathlon - The Vuelta begins!

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New red-themed prizes for the Vuelta a Espana

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Tour of Britain 2019: talking points

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What to look out for in this year's race…

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From the forum: Should I carry two bottles on long rides, or stop to refill?

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How to fit disc brake pads

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Disc brakes offer superior performance, but only if the pads are fresh; here's how to replace them

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