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How to watch the Giro d'Italia: live stream for free and from anywhere

With the Giro dItalia now into its second week the race has reached the mountains. Primoz Roglic may not lead the current overall standing but the Jumbo-Visma rider has put himself into a strong position while a number of rivals need to make up time over the tough terrain that makes up the second half of the race. Vincenzo Nibali appears to be Roglics main rival but Simon Yates, Mikel Landa, Bauke Mollema and Miguel Angel Lopez are all expected to play significant roles. The best news is that yo...


Haller hollers at bottle-grabbing fan at Giro d'Italia

There was an unusual interaction between a fan and a rider at the finish of stage 12 of the Giro dItalia on Thursday, when Katusha-Alpecins Marco Haller had a spectator trying to grab a water bottle that the rider was holding in his mouth. What followed was an angry tirade of swear words from a no-doubt hot and exhausted Haller, which was greeted with a by-then relatively sheepish and apologetic fan. **** you. What the **** is wrong with you Haller asks the spectator, captured on video and pos...


Lance Armstrong: I wouldn't change a thing

Lance Armstrong – the American former pro who was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles after doping – has said that it was a mistake to dope during his career, but that he wouldnt change a thing. In a candid interview with the US network NBCSN, the American said that the decision to dope was entirely his own.  I wouldnt change a thing, Armstrong told interviewer Mike Tirico in a video extract from the 30-minute interview on nbcsports.com, because Im sitting here today. So I wouldnt chang...


Spratt: It was amazing to have the world number one work for me

In 2018, Amanda Spratt (Mitchelton-Scott) won the Emakumeen Bira with a long solo break on the final stage after attacking on the Urkiola climb. This year, she is the defending champion and her teams protected rider, and she was able to win the second stage on Thursday, with its uphill finish, taking the overall lead in the process. Spratt had the full support of all her teammates on the rolling stage, including Lucy Kennedy, who kept a high pace in the middle part of the stage. In the final, t...


Mixed fortunes for British riders as Giro d'Italia kicks into gear

While Mitchelton-Scotts Simon Yates continues his attempt to win the 2019 Giro dItalia, and Tao Geoghegan Hart gains valuable Grand Tour experience in his free role at Team Ineos, Thursdays stage 12 from Cuneo to Pinerolo brought mixed fortunes for two of the other British riders competing at this years race. In consultation with his team, Deceuninck-QuickSteps James Knox has decided to quit the race, still suffering with injuries sustained in crashes on stage 3 and stage 4, while EF Education ...


Dunbar goes close to stage victory on Giro d'Italia debut

For a Grand Tour debutant, the midpoint of the race can be the most daunting of all. By the second week, he has already raced for longer than ever before, but he must cover the same distance again just to make it to the finish. After wading this far into the deep end, its a case of sink or swim. At the start of stage 11 of the Giro dItalia in Carpi on Wednesday, Eddie Dunbar (Team Ineos) ran the rule over the opening half of his maiden Grand Tour and saw encouraging signs. The level is quite h...


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Item description: This Cycling Feedback Sports product is by Feedback Sports - Optimize your storage area with the Velo Hinge from Feedback Sports. With it's fish hook design and swinging hinge your bike will be able to conveniently swing left or right. Feedback Sports Velo Hinge Features: Hinge design allows bike to swing left or right Optimizes available storage area Fold hook away when not in use Wheel bumper stabilizes bike and prevents swaying... Learn More

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