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Santos continue Tour Down Under sponsorship for three more years

Energy company Santos has extended its sponsorship of the Tour Down Under for a further three years, the organisers have confirmed. The new deal sees Santos remain the title sponsor of the WorldTour opener until at least 2022. Santos has been the naming rights sponsor of the Tour Down Under, Australias biggest race on the UCI calendar, since 2010. This years edition marked a decade of the partnership and was won by Daryl Impey (Mitchelton-Scott) - who became the first rider to win back to back ...


Bakelants revels in new opportunities at Team Sunweb

Jan Bakelants had taken several strides toward returning to be the rider he once was before a crash at Il Lombardia in 2017 derailed his career and left him recovering from series injuries. The Belgian heads into the 2019 season healthy and excited about his prospects with Team Sunweb where he will bring expertise to the younger riders, and versatility in one-day races and Grand Tours. I look forward to 2019, Bakelants said in an interview with Sporza. I am happy with this move and glad that I ...


Van Aert, Aerts, Cant lead Belgian squad for Cyclo-cross World Championships

Wout van Aert and Toon Aerts have been named as team leaders of the Belgian mens squad for the UCI Cyclo-cross World Championships, in the hope that one of them can take on and beat the dominant Mathieu van der Poel. Sanne Cant will lead the womens squad as she targets another world title, with Loes Sels, Ellen Van Loy and Laura Verdonschot also selected. Eli Iserbyt leads the mens under-23 team, while Thibau Nys - the son of two-time world champion Sven Nys - is part of the mens junior team. ...


Seven wildcard teams announced for 2019 Paris-Roubaix

Paris-Roubaix organiser ASO have awarded seven invitations to the 2019 edition of the race, which takes place on April 14. Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) won Paris-Roubaix in 2018, his second monument victory. All five French Pro Continental teams have been assigned wildcards. Cofidis, already invited to the 2019 Tour de France, will be joined at the start of Paris-Roubaix by Delko Marseille Provence, Direct Energie, Team Arkea-Samsic and Vital Concept – B&B Hotels. ASO opted to also invite the f...


Valverde to start 2019 season at Challenge Mallorca

Movistar have confirmed that world champion Alejandro Valverde will make his 2019 season debut at the Challenge Mallorca race series at the end of January. The veteran Spaniard has often begun his season on the Spanish island, opting for the low-key one-day races over other early-season events. In 2018, he finished third in the Trofeo Serra de Tramuntana, won by Tim Wellens, and was fourth in the Trofeo Lloseta – Andratx, won by Toms Skujinš. Movistar did not confirm their roster for the four-...


Vakoc to make earlier than expected return at Vuelta a San Juan

Petr Vakoc has confirmed that he will return to racing at the Vuelta a San Juan at the end of this month, two weeks earlier than initially planned and almost a year to the day after he was hit by a truck during training in South Africa. “Originally, I was set to start the season mid-February at the Tour de la Provence, but since my progress has been very good, with the team we decided I will start racing already in Argentina at the Vuelta a San Juan, which begins at the end of January,” Vakoc s...


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Fox Racing Altitude Short - Men's - fox-short_altitude by Fox Clothing

Item description: This Cycling Fox Clothing product is by Fox Clothing - FALLING WITH STYLE Despite the back-to-nature exhilaration you feel after another blood-pumping climb up to the ridgeline, we recommend not removing the Fox Racing Altitude Shorts and dropping in au naturel with nature's gifts on full display. After all, the Altitude isn't exactly a fig leaf of modesty; it's a high-stretch suit of armor against all the grasping branches you'd otherwise be contending with in your birthday trousers. The shorts are also equipped with a removable liner, which in turn carries an Evo chamois. Compared to the fig leaf mentioned above, the Evo insert's multi-density padding will protect a hell of a lot more than your modesty.FEATURES Material: 2-way stretch synthetic Fit: baggy Removable Liner: yes Chamois: Evo-M Waist: snap, adjustable... Learn More

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