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11 things we’ve learnt this week

11 things we’ve learnt this week

The most interesting and/or weird facts from the past seven days on road.cc The world’s coldest bike race took place at a temperature of -43°C. Find out more here.​ Cycling while wearing earphones is illegal in California. Find out more here. (link is external) Sunday 7 June was the

Giant-Alpecin riders outline their lofty for aims for 2016

Giant-Alpecin riders outline their lofty for aims for 2016

Warren Barguil, Tom Dumoulin and John Degenkolb spell out their intentions for the coming season Photos © Team Giant-Alpecin Coming together for the first training camp of 2016, Giant-Alpecin riders Warren Barguil, Tom Dumoulin and John Degenkolb have shared their thoughts on the upcoming season.All three riders had strong

Eddy Merckx: the man behind the legend

Eddy Merckx: the man behind the legend

Photo: Chris Catchpole Sports fans always like to fire up the old debate over who is the greatest in a sport’s history. Is Pele, Maradona, Ronaldo, or Bobby Moore the greatest ever footballer? In tennis is it Roger Federer, Pete Sampras, John McEnroe or Steffi Graf?When it comes to

Tom Dumoulin and the 2016 Giro d’Italia could be a perfect match

Tom Dumoulin and the 2016 Giro d’Italia could be a perfect match

After making his mark on the 2015 Vuelta a España, Dutchman Tom Dumoulin could excel in May's Giro d'Italia on a route that suits him well Tom Dumoulin Credit: Graham Watson Dutchman Tom Dumoulin , revelation of the 2015 Vuelta a España , appears to be a perfect match

German dopers could face three years in jail

German dopers could face three years in jail

WADA has previously said that it is against athletes being sanctioned through criminal law A new anti-doping law came into effect in Germany on Friday. The new legislation means that any German athletes who test positive for performance-enhancing substances could now face a three-year prison sentence. Around 7,000 professional

Team Wiggins win Revolution Team Pursuit

Team Wiggins win Revolution Team Pursuit

The first Revolution Series of the Olympic year took place yesterday at the National Cycling Centre in Manchester. The Team Wiggins vs Team GB team pursuit, one of the headline events, which took place in the evening session, saw Team Wiggins win with a one second lead, moving them

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