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De Gendt already training for Grand Tour triple in 2019

Thomas De Gendt (Lotto Soudal) wrapped up the 2018 season with a bike-packing trip home from Il Lombardia just one month ago, but is already back to training and preparing for a triple Grand Tour assault during 2019, Het Nieuwsblad reported on Wednesday. De Gendt was exploring the cobbled climbs in Flanders and previewed the newly cobbled Berg ten Houte near Maarkedal. The one-kilometre climb was converted by the municipality to control erosion on the steep Tenhoutestraat, a €350,000 project, b...


Conor Dunne signs with Israel Cycling Academy

Following a tumultuous end of the 2018 season when his team Aqua Blue Sport imploded, Irish national champion Conor Dunne has landed on his feet with a contract to race for the Israel Cycling Academy next year. Dunne and fellow Aqua Blue teammate Larry Warbasse grabbed headlines earlier this year when they embarked on the so-called No Go Tour after Aqua Blue Sport withdrew from the Tour of Britain, which both riders had been scheduled to race. During their own tour, Dunne and Warbasse rode the ...


Salary cap still an option as part of 2020 WorldTour reforms

Further details of the reforms of mens professional cycling for 2020 have emerged, with salary caps or maximum team budgets still on the table, proposals for requirements for top-tier teams to fund development programmes to be discussed, and an emphasis on the new UCI Classics Series. In a letter sent to teams, riders and race organisers last week, UCI President David Lappartient described the UCI Classics Series as the pillar to build a new economic model for professional cycling. Lappartient...


Kennys, Archibald, Clancy lead Great Britain at Berlin Track World Cup

British Cycling have named their squad for the third round of the UCI Track World Cup in Berlin at the end of the month, with Laura and Jason Kenny both present along with Katie Archibald and Ed Clancy. The British squad have had a strong start to the World Cup series, starting out in Paris, France with six medals before topping the table with nine in Milton, Canada. The six-round World Cup series represents part of the build-up to the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, with qualifying points on offer al...


Vos to return to racing at Koksijde World Cup

Marianne Vos will return to racing action at the Koksijde Cyclo-cross World Cup at the end of November, her WaowDeals team has announced. The Dutch coach Gerben de Knegt confirmed on Monday that Vos would miss the fourth round of the World Cup in Tabor this weekend after choosing to take a brief break in her racing programme. The Dutch squad will still boast the likes of new European champion Annemarie Worst, Denise Betsema and Lucinda Brand. “Marianne Vos takes a short period of rest, which I...


Continental has finally developed a tubeless road tyre — GP 5000 TL first look

This article first appeared on BikeRadar. Continental has launched the Grand Prix 5000 — the successor to the legendary GP4000 — in both a tubeless (GP 5000 TL) and clincher (GP 5000) version. The new all-rounder will replace the GP 4000 S II, one of our favourite road tyres. The new tyre is notable not only for the technology contained within it, but also for the lateness of its arrival, with a road tubeless option from Continental conspicuous by its absence as competitors have capitalised on...


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