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Wild aims to bring winning sprint to 2019 Women's WorldTour

Kirsten Wild is off to a winning start with her new team WNT-Rotor after securing the victory in the Omnium at the Six Days Bremen in Germany this weekend. The Dutchwoman will now turn her attention to the UCI Track World Championships and the defence of her three world titles in the Omnium, Points Race and Scratch Race, before bringing her winning sprint back to road racing during the 2019 Womens WorldTour. I will try to have a good result at the World Championships and to have the world title...


Nairo Quintana downplays head-to-head with Chris Froome at Tour Colombia

Nairo Quintana (Movistar) has downplayed the significance of his head-to-head meeting with Chris Froome (Team Sky) at next months Tour Colombia. In a press conference in Bogota on Monday, Quintana pointed out that both riders would be lining out in the Colombian race with the principal aim of accumulating racing kilometres as they build towards the Tour de France. Its very early to start thinking about different strategies, Quintana said, according to Marca. You have to see how were each going ...


Brajkovic blames doping positive on contaminated supplement

Janez Brajkovic has reacted to the 10-month ban that the UCI handed him for a Methylhexanamine positive from last year, writing in his personal blog that although the UCI accepted his reasons for the positive test, Cycling is a sport where unfortunately, theyll smack you with higher, rather than minimum sanction. I knew that suspension was inevitable, but my main goal was for UCI to accept that it was unintentional due to contaminated product, Brajkovic wrote. And yes, they came back, acceptin...


Tour Down Under: Viviani triumphs - Podcast

In the latest episode of the Cyclingnews podcast, brought to you in association with Sportful, Pinarello and Floyds of Leadville, we look back at stage 1 of the Tour Down Under. The Tour Down Unders opening stage saw a sprinting masterclass from Elia Viviani, with the Italian winning in Port Adelaide and taking the first leaders jersey of this years race. We hear from Viviani, Caleb Ewan and Patrick Bevin, who was in the break and has emerged as a possible GC contender. Weve also got an exclusi...


Bardet sets sights on Milan-San Remo

Romain Bardet has set his sights on Milan-San Remo and is planning to line up at La Classicissima for only the second time in his career on March 23.  The Frenchman last raced Milan-San Remo in 2013, finishing 17th in an edition of the spring Monument that was disrupted by heavy snowfall.  While Bardet is known primarily as a Grand Tour racer, having finished on the podium at the Tour de France in 2016 and 2017, his stand-out performances in 2018 came in one-day races.ADVERTISEMENT He won the...


Tramadol ban to come into effect on March 1

The UCI has confirmed that its proposed ban of the painkiller tramadol will come into effect on March 1. The governing body also detailed the punishments to be handed out if a rider tests positive, with penalties ranging from CHF 5,000 for a first offence to a nine-month suspension for a third offence. In June of last year, the UCI announced its intention to ban tramadol from 2019, but later said that the measure was not likely to come into force until March. Tramadol has been a hot topic in c...


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Item description: This Cycling Garmin International product is by Garmin International - FORGOING FLUFF FOR BETTER TRAINING. The Edge 25 Bundle is a story of less -- less price, less weight, less fuss -- with one key addition: a Garmin cadence sensor. As precise as GPS has become, it still can't accurately measure pedal stroke RPM, a gap that the zip tie-free sensor fills while the Edge 25 directs you to new horizons of fitness. The Edge 25 tracks cadence, speed, and trip information on a simple, monochromatic, 2. 3cm2 display, with only the most important metrics and training data laid-out in the simplest, most accessible manner possible. It's focused on improvement and meeting personal training goals.FEATURES COMPACT - Weighing only 25 g (0.9 oz.), Edge 20 and Edge 25 are the smallest cycling GPS computers in the world, making them perfect for travel GPS +GLONASS - Acquire satellites quickly to track how far, how fast and where you ride - even under tree cover. The Garmin Edge 20 and Edge 25 are the first in this size and price range to add GLONASS... Learn More

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