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Burgos-BH's Igor Merino suspended for growth hormone

Igor Merino (Burgos-BH) has tested positive for growth hormone and been temporarily suspended, the UCI announced Thursday. The non-negative sample was taken mid-June in Spain. The Spanish Professional Continental team, who have received a wild card invitation to the Vuelta a España, have also suspended the rider and promised an investigation. In a statement, the team said that Merino has “immediately removed from the team” and that “our work philosophy has always been the maintenance of the mo...


Dumoulin misses Alpe d'Huez win but remains Team Sky's main Tour de France threat

Tom Dumoulin (Team Sunweb) may have missed out on a stage win atop Alpe dHuez on stage 12 of the Tour de France but the Dutchman solidified his position as Team Skys main threat in the overall standings. Dumoulin finished second to stage winner and yellow jersey Geraint Thomas on the mountain but put several seconds in Chris Froome, who faded in the sprint and slipped to fourth. As the race leaves the Alps after three days of relentless racing, and with time bonus factored in, Thomas leads Froo...


Tour de France: The Alps in review with Thomas, Dumoulin and Roglic - Podcast

In the latest episode of the Cyclingnews podcast - brought to you in association with Prendas Ciclismo, Pinarello and Flyods of Leadville - we look back at a pulsating stage 12 of the Tour de France that culminated in Geraint Thomas winning the stage to Alpe dHuez and extending his lead in the overall. The Team Sky rider now leads defending champion and teammate Chris Froome by 1:39, with Tom Dumoulin a further 11 seconds in arrears. In the episode, recorded at the summit of todays finish, we ...


Tour de France: Kruijswijk denied at the last on Alpe d'Huez

The Alpe dHuez is often known as the Dutch mountain due to the successes of Joop Zoetemelk, Hennie Kuiper and Peter Winnen in the 1970s and 80s. On Thursdays stage 12 of the Tour de France, Steven Kruijswijk (LottoNL-Jumbo) came close to giving the Netherlands their first Dutch winner on the Alpe since Gert-Jan Theunisse in 1989, but it wasnt to be. Kruijswijk, who started the day sitting in sixth overall, managed to infiltrate the early breakaway before launching a solo attack on the slopes of...


Vincenzo Nibali out of the Tour de France

Vincenzo Nibali has been forced to abandon the Tour de France due to injuries he sustained in a crash inside five kilometres from the finish of stage 12 to Alpe dHuez. The Italian was transported to a hospital in Grenoble for further scans after X-rays taken after the finish of the stage were inconclusive but his team suspected a fractured vertebra because of the pain he was experiencing. Doctors later confirmed that Nibali had fractured his T10 vertebra. Bahrain-Merida team doctor Emilio Magn...


Bardet has no regrets after testing Tour de France rivals on Alpe d'Huez

July must be a claustrophobic month for Romain Bardet (AG2R La Mondiale), who finds teeming forests of microphones and cameras sprouting up around him at every stage start and finish. Same as it ever was for a Frenchman endeavouring to win the Tour de France. On the slopes of Alpe dHuez on Thursday afternoon, Bardet carved out some space for himself by launching a stinging attack with more than seven kilometres of the mountain still to go. Despite the redoubtable pace-making of Team Skys Egan B...


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Burgos-BH's Igor Merino suspended for growth hormone

Igor Merino (Burgos-BH) has tested positive for growth hormone and been temporarily suspended, the UCI announced Thursday. The non-negative sample was taken mid-June in Spain. The Spanish Professional Continental team, who have received a wild card invitation to the Vuelta a España, have also suspended the rider and promised an investigation. In a statement, the team said that Merino has “immediately removed from the team” and that “our work philosophy has always been the maintenance of the mo...


Dumoulin misses Alpe d'Huez win but remains Team Sky's main Tour de France threat

Tom Dumoulin (Team Sunweb) may have missed out on a stage win atop Alpe dHuez on stage 12 of the Tour de France but the Dutchman solidified his position as Team Skys main threat in the overall standings. Dumoulin finished second to stage winner and yellow jersey Geraint Thomas on the mountain but put several seconds in Chris Froome, who faded in the sprint and slipped to fourth. As the race leaves the Alps after three days of relentless racing, and with time bonus factored in, Thomas leads Froo...


Tour de France: The Alps in review with Thomas, Dumoulin and Roglic - Podcast

In the latest episode of the Cyclingnews podcast - brought to you in association with Prendas Ciclismo, Pinarello and Flyods of Leadville - we look back at a pulsating stage 12 of the Tour de France that culminated in Geraint Thomas winning the stage to Alpe dHuez and extending his lead in the overall. The Team Sky rider now leads defending champion and teammate Chris Froome by 1:39, with Tom Dumoulin a further 11 seconds in arrears. In the episode, recorded at the summit of todays finish, we ...


Tour de France: Kruijswijk denied at the last on Alpe d'Huez

The Alpe dHuez is often known as the Dutch mountain due to the successes of Joop Zoetemelk, Hennie Kuiper and Peter Winnen in the 1970s and 80s. On Thursdays stage 12 of the Tour de France, Steven Kruijswijk (LottoNL-Jumbo) came close to giving the Netherlands their first Dutch winner on the Alpe since Gert-Jan Theunisse in 1989, but it wasnt to be. Kruijswijk, who started the day sitting in sixth overall, managed to infiltrate the early breakaway before launching a solo attack on the slopes of...


Vincenzo Nibali out of the Tour de France

Vincenzo Nibali has been forced to abandon the Tour de France due to injuries he sustained in a crash inside five kilometres from the finish of stage 12 to Alpe dHuez. The Italian was transported to a hospital in Grenoble for further scans after X-rays taken after the finish of the stage were inconclusive but his team suspected a fractured vertebra because of the pain he was experiencing. Doctors later confirmed that Nibali had fractured his T10 vertebra. Bahrain-Merida team doctor Emilio Magn...


Bardet has no regrets after testing Tour de France rivals on Alpe d'Huez

July must be a claustrophobic month for Romain Bardet (AG2R La Mondiale), who finds teeming forests of microphones and cameras sprouting up around him at every stage start and finish. Same as it ever was for a Frenchman endeavouring to win the Tour de France. On the slopes of Alpe dHuez on Thursday afternoon, Bardet carved out some space for himself by launching a stinging attack with more than seven kilometres of the mountain still to go. Despite the redoubtable pace-making of Team Skys Egan B...


Bontrager Flare R Taillight - bontra-light_flare_rear_usb - Cycling sku

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Item description: This Cycling Bontrager product is by Bontrager - Let's be honest riding at night is never fun when no one can see you. Fix that problem with the Bontrager Flare R Taillight featuring balanced optics designed to make you visible both day and night from over 2km away.Bontrager Flare R Taillight Features: 65 Lumens provide visibility from over 2km day or night for ultimate safetyBe seen with balanced optics designed for 270 degree visibility near and farTwo day-time visibility modes, two night modesDay Steady 4.25hrs, night steady 21hrs, day flash 5.75hrs, night flash 23hrsBattery save mode at 5% life help ensure a safe ride home with depleted batterySync bracket allows for quick and easy adjustment, mounting, and removal... Learn More

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