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Van Aert could still be sanctioned if he signs for a new team

Contrary to assertions from his lawyer, Wout van Aert is not completely in the clear to sign for a new team in 2019. The UCI has, as was reported on Thursday, granted the cyclo-cross world champion permission to negotiate with other teams after his bitter split from Verandaís Willems-Crelan, but the governing body may still take action against him should he lose the legal case against his former team in the Belgian courts. At lunchtime on Thursday, Van Aertís lawyer, Walter Van Steenbrugge, tol...


Gerrans to work for Goldman Sachs following retirement

Just under a month after he hung up his racing wheels, Simon Gerrans has announced his post-retirement plans. In a video on social media, the Australian said that he would be taking up an internship at the investment bank Goldman Sachs. Gerrans announced in August that the 2018 season would be his last as a professional bike rider. He had started his career in 2005 after turning professional with AG2R La Mondiale, following a stint as a stagiaire with the team the previous year. He has since r...


Mitchelton-Scott finalise 25-rider roster for 2019

The Mitchelton-Scott mens team have finalised a roster of 25 riders for the coming season, rejuvenating their line-up with a number of young signings and older departees, while continuing their increasing focus on Grand Tours. Svein Tuft, 41, is leaving for US Pro Conti team Rally Cycling, while 32-year-olds Roman Kreuziger and Roger Kluge are off to Dimension Data and Lotto Soudal, respectively. Meanwhile, 40-year-old Mat Hayman, winner of the 2016 Paris-Roubaix, will continue into 2019 but wi...


Aevolo announces 2019 roster

The Aevolo Cycling Team today announced its roster for 2019, returning eight riders from this season and adding four more to complete the 12-rider group. Iím really pumped about the 2019 team, said Aevolo Team Director Mike Creed. There is so much talent out there at the moment coming up in the ranks, and I think we have something special like we do every year of this program. Iím excited to see what these boys can do. New to the team in 2019 will be US†collegiate track national omnium champio...


Astana will be first WordTour team in Tour du Rwanda

The Tour du Rwanda will jump to UCI†2.1 status in 2019 after 10 years as a 2.2 event, race organisers said today, also revealing that Astana will be the first WorldTour team to compete in the race when it rolls out of Kigali on February 24 for eights days of racing. Other teams racing next year in Rwanda include Pro Continental teams Delko-Marseille, Direct Energie and Novo Nordisk. Six Continental teams will join the fray, while national teams will come from Eritrea, Algeria, Kenya, Cameroon a...


Werner and Noble dominate top of US Pro CX standings

Kerry Werner (Kona Maxxis Shimano)†and Ellen Noble (Trek Factory Racing CX) continue their strangleholds on USA Cyclings season-long Pro CX calendar heading into a pair of events this weekend. Noble has finished on the podium in all 11 of her elite womens Pro CX races so far this season, including taking seven victories. A silver medalist at the recent Pan-American Championships in Ontario, Canada, and winner in last weekends Pro CX race in Massachusetts, the Northampton International, she has ...


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Item description: This Cycling Bell Sports product is by Bell Sports - FOR THE YOUNG GUNThe Sanction is Bell's fully-ventilated, low-profile helmet specifically designed with the younger rider in mind. Weighing in at 950 grams, the Sanction is squarely aimed at Super-D, BMX and Enduro riding.Bell Sanction BMX/Downhill Helmet Features: Hand Laminated Fiberglass Shell Weight: 950 Grams Vents: 15 Certification: CE EN1078, CPSC Bicycle Fit Guide Size CM Small 52 - 54 cm Medium 55 - 57 cm Large 58 - 60 cm... Learn More

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