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More damaging questions as links uncovered between Erzen and Aderlass doping doctor

Further reports in Le Monde and Corriere della Sera have implicated Milan Erzen with the doctor at the center of the Operation Aderlass doping investigation. Erzen is already under investigation with the UCI, with Cyclingnews confirming on Wednesday that the sport’s governing body were looking into the Bahrain-Merida managing director. Erzen has denied any contact between himself and the UCI and on Wednesday told Cyclingnews that “all and any implications regarding my involvement in Aderlass ar...


Campenaerts hits back at Wiggins' suggestion that he should swap teams

Lotto Soudals Victor Campenaerts has responded to former pro Bradley Wiggins comments that he should change teams to one with a more modern approach, telling Cyclingnews at the Giro dItalia that hes perfectly happy where he is. Speaking on the latest edition of Eurosports The Bradley Wiggins Show, in reference to Campenaerts botched bike change during Sundays stage 9 time trial at the Giro – where the Belgians spare bike appeared to have been left in too high a gear for him to get going again o...


Giro d'Italia: Demare takes sprints jersey from Ackermann on stage 11

Arnaud Démare will swap his red, white and blue Groupama-FDJ kit for the arguably slightly less tasteful maglia ciclamino for Thursdays stage 12 from Cuneo to Pinerolo, having taken over the lead in the Giro dItalias points competition from Bora-Hansgrohes Pascal Ackermann on Wednesday. Démare had gone into stage 11 a single point behind the German road race champion, but took two points and the competition-lead at the stages first intermediate sprint, while at the finish – although Démare coul...


Giro d'Italia: Simon Yates eager to hit the mountains

With stage 12 of the 2019 Giro dItalia heading into the mountains on Thursday, Mitchelton-Scott leader Simon Yates is one of a number of GC favourites eager to see how the start of the climbing this year will open up the race. The British climber echoed the general sentiment when he said that not a lot happened on Wednesdays sprint stage from Carpi to Novi Ligure – although winner Caleb Ewan (Lotto Soudal) and second-placed Arnaud Demare, who took over the maglia ciclamino as leader of the poin...


O'Connor champing at bit for Giro d'Italia climbs to start

After 11 stressful days, amidst a flurry of crashes, rain and fraught bunch sprint finishes at this years Giro dItalia, Ben OConnor (Dimension Data) finally reaches his favourite terrain of the mountains on Thursday. And for the 23-year-old, who rode strongly at last years Giro dItalia – his rookie Grand Tour – before crashing out late in the third week, the climbs cant come a moment too soon. On the plus side of the Giro so far, in San Marino, OConnor rode what he calls the best time trial of...


Ewan leaves Giro d'Italia early to prepare for Tour de France

Caleb Ewan (Lotto Soudal) has decided to take an early leave from the Giro dItalia, on a high note after securing two stage wins, in order to adequately prepare for the Tour de France in July. It was a successful Grand Tour for the Australian who captured his first victory on stage 8 in Pesaro on Saturday and his second on stage 11 in Novi Ligure on Wednesday. I am happy that I came to the Giro, the succession of the long and sometimes challenging stages will have done me good, condition-wise. ...


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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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