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Valverde misses out on win in Murcia

World champion Alejandro Valverde (Movistar) continued his consistent start to the season with yet another podium place at the Vuelta Murcia, although the Spaniards search for a first win the rainbow jersey in 2019 continues. Valverde finished second to Luis Leon Sanchez (Astana) on the second and final day of racing in Murcia with the Movistar rider finishing the race second overall, once again behind Sanchez. Valverde, 38, has now racked up 10 top-10 finishes this season - split between one d...


Estonian sprinters climb the podium in Colombia

Mihkel Raim and Martin Laas are more than Estonian compatriots who race bikes. Theyre former schoolmates who share an apartment in Girona and a love for fast finishes.   Raim, who rides for Israel Cycling Academy, and Laas, who rides for Team Illuminate, have both scored runner-up finishes this week at Tour Colombia 2.1. Laas was runner-up to Alvaro Hodeg (Deceuninck-QuickStep) on stage 2 in La Ceja, and Raim finished second to Bob Jungels (Deceuninck-QuickStep) on stage 4 after Jungels soloed ...


Crash knocks Chris Froome from Colombia contention

Chris Froomes hopes of adding a Tour Colombia 2.1 title to his palmares came crashing down Saturday just 2km into stage 5 when he was caught behind a melee on an opening descent. The four-time Tour de France winner, racing for Team Sky,  initially tried to catch back on with the quickly disappearing peloton. Information about the incident was hard to come by at the race, but Froome eventually started ceding large blocks of time to the massively reduced peloton and at last count was more than 13...


Bart De Clercq becomes first rider to race with artificial hip

The opening stage of the Tour of Oman might have seen Alexander Kristoff extend his record victory tally with a rapid sprint on the Suhar Corniche, but away from the headlines there was another story, and another slice of history being made, as Bart De Clercq (Wanty-Gobert) became the first professional cyclist to race with an artificial hip. The 32-year-old Belgian went through the old pre-race rituals on Al Sawadi Beach on Saturday morning, applying sun lotion and pinning on his numbers, with...


Coquard comes close in Tour of Oman opener

Bryan Coquard (Vital Concept-B&B Hotels) came close to taking his second win in as many stage races in 2019, surging past Nacer Bouhanni (Cofidis) but unable to squeeze ahead of Alexander Kristoff (UAE Team Emirates) on the opening stage of the Tour of Oman. The Frenchman, who endured a difficult first campaign with Vital Concept in 2018 following his acrimonious split from Direct Energie, had already won on the opening day of the Etoile de Bessèges. The finishing stretch on the Suhar Corniche...


Van Vleuten to return to racing at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad and Strade Bianche

Annemiek van Vleuten (MIthcelton-Scott) has recovered from a debilitating knee injury sustained in a crash at the World Championships last year and will return to racing at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad on March 3 in Belgium followed by the Womens WorldTour kick off at Strade Bianche on March 9 in Italy. I will race Omloop Het Neiuwsblad and Strade Bianche, Van Vleuten told Cyclingnews from her training camp in Tenerife. I will be doing them in a domestique role and support my team. I think its good to...


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Item description: This Cycling Delta Cycle product is by Delta Cycle - HAPPY TRAILS.Don't waste any more precious riding time pulling over to scroll through your phone. Enjoy your rides more than you ever thought possible with The Hefty cell phone holder by Delta.FEATURES Securely holds largest cases for all I phones, androids, and others Compatible with otter box, life proof, mophie, and other large devices/cases up to 6.9H x 3.7W x 0.7D Stem or bar mount option Quick-Release safety lock Instant stretch fit; includes touchscreen all-weather bag... Learn More

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