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Porte on track for Worlds despite quiet Vuelta a Espana

Despite having a relatively quiet Vuelta a Espańa for a rider of his stature, Richie Porte believes he’s still on track for a serious crack at the rainbow jersey at the World Championships in Innsbruck, Austria, later this month. The Australians primary objective for the season, the Tour de France, once again ended in disappointment as he crashed out of the race with a broken collarbone, but he has been finding his feet again on the roads of Spain. While many assumed hed be in contention for t...


Stuyven nets third 2018 win at GP Jef Scherens

Jasper Stuyven (Trek-Segafredo) netted his third win of 2018 in his hometown race Sunday when he beat Jonas van Genechten (Vital Concept Cycling Club) and Timothy Dupont (Wanty-Groupe Gobert) in a bunch sprint to finish Grote Prijs Jef Scherens in Leuven, Belgium. The 26-year-old winner of the 2016 Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne took his first 2018 win last month during stage 4 in the Binck Bank Tour, beating Caleb Ewan (Mitchelton-Scott) and Zdenek Štybar (Quick-Step Floors) in a field sprint. Stuyve...


Niewiadoma takes Tour de l'Ardeche lead from breakaway

Kasia Niewiadoma (Canyon-Sram) continues to make the most of her good form after Sundays stage win at the Tour de lArdeche, joining stage 3 winner Ruth Winder (Team Sunweb) in a two-rider move that got away on the descent off the final climb during Mondays stage 6 and finishing 46 seconds ahead of the field. Winder took her second stage win of the race in the two-up sprint, while Niewiadoma claimed the overall lead by 41 seconds over previous leader Margarita Victoria Garcia (Movistar Team) and ...


De la Parte signs for CCC

Victor de la Parte will ride for the revamped CCC team in 2019. The Spaniard joins the squad from Movistar, where he spent the past two seasons. De la Parte previously raced with the CCC-Sprandi team at Pro Continental level in 2016. CCC will take over as title sponsor of the BMC team for 2019. Some current CCC-Sprandi management and riders are expected to join the overhauled WorldTour team. The holding company behind the team is known as Continuum Sports. “For me, Continuum Sports is one of ...


Could McLaren sponsorship at Bahrain-Merida edge Mark Cavendish towards team?

Bahrain-Merida and Mark Cavendish could unite for 2019 with a one-year deal between the WorldTour team and the former world champion in the process of negotiation. Over the last few weeks Cavendish and his representatives have been discussing possible moves to several teams. The sprinter is out of contract at Dimension Data at the end of the season, and while Cyclingnews understands that the rider was scheduled to have final talks with his current team last week, a deal has not yet been agreed....


Nibali and Moscon confirmed for Italian Worlds team

Vincenzo Nibali and Gianni Moscon are set to lead the Italian elite men’s team at the Road World Championships in Innbsruck. National coach Davide Cassani confirmed seven of the eight-man squad at a press conference in Milan on Monday, with four riders in a short list for the final spot. Nibali and Moscon will be joined on the team by Fabio Aru (UAE Team Emirates), Franco Pellizotti, Domenico Pozzovivo (Bahrain-Merida), Damiano Caruso and Alessandro De Marchi (BMC). Gianluca Brambilla (Trek-Se...


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Porte on track for Worlds despite quiet Vuelta a Espana

Despite having a relatively quiet Vuelta a Espańa for a rider of his stature, Richie Porte believes he’s still on track for a serious crack at the rainbow jersey at the World Championships in Innsbruck, Austria, later this month. The Australians primary objective for the season, the Tour de France, once again ended in disappointment as he crashed out of the race with a broken collarbone, but he has been finding his feet again on the roads of Spain. While many assumed hed be in contention for t...


Stuyven nets third 2018 win at GP Jef Scherens

Jasper Stuyven (Trek-Segafredo) netted his third win of 2018 in his hometown race Sunday when he beat Jonas van Genechten (Vital Concept Cycling Club) and Timothy Dupont (Wanty-Groupe Gobert) in a bunch sprint to finish Grote Prijs Jef Scherens in Leuven, Belgium. The 26-year-old winner of the 2016 Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne took his first 2018 win last month during stage 4 in the Binck Bank Tour, beating Caleb Ewan (Mitchelton-Scott) and Zdenek Štybar (Quick-Step Floors) in a field sprint. Stuyve...


Niewiadoma takes Tour de l'Ardeche lead from breakaway

Kasia Niewiadoma (Canyon-Sram) continues to make the most of her good form after Sundays stage win at the Tour de lArdeche, joining stage 3 winner Ruth Winder (Team Sunweb) in a two-rider move that got away on the descent off the final climb during Mondays stage 6 and finishing 46 seconds ahead of the field. Winder took her second stage win of the race in the two-up sprint, while Niewiadoma claimed the overall lead by 41 seconds over previous leader Margarita Victoria Garcia (Movistar Team) and ...


De la Parte signs for CCC

Victor de la Parte will ride for the revamped CCC team in 2019. The Spaniard joins the squad from Movistar, where he spent the past two seasons. De la Parte previously raced with the CCC-Sprandi team at Pro Continental level in 2016. CCC will take over as title sponsor of the BMC team for 2019. Some current CCC-Sprandi management and riders are expected to join the overhauled WorldTour team. The holding company behind the team is known as Continuum Sports. “For me, Continuum Sports is one of ...


Could McLaren sponsorship at Bahrain-Merida edge Mark Cavendish towards team?

Bahrain-Merida and Mark Cavendish could unite for 2019 with a one-year deal between the WorldTour team and the former world champion in the process of negotiation. Over the last few weeks Cavendish and his representatives have been discussing possible moves to several teams. The sprinter is out of contract at Dimension Data at the end of the season, and while Cyclingnews understands that the rider was scheduled to have final talks with his current team last week, a deal has not yet been agreed....


Nibali and Moscon confirmed for Italian Worlds team

Vincenzo Nibali and Gianni Moscon are set to lead the Italian elite men’s team at the Road World Championships in Innbsruck. National coach Davide Cassani confirmed seven of the eight-man squad at a press conference in Milan on Monday, with four riders in a short list for the final spot. Nibali and Moscon will be joined on the team by Fabio Aru (UAE Team Emirates), Franco Pellizotti, Domenico Pozzovivo (Bahrain-Merida), Damiano Caruso and Alessandro De Marchi (BMC). Gianluca Brambilla (Trek-Se...


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Item description: This Cycling Gu Energy product is by Gu Energy - GU Energy Gel provides athletes with a dose of 100 calories to deliver high-quality, easily-digested and long-lasting energy for athletes in every sport and at all levels. Everything inside each packet of GU is engineered to do one simple thing: provide your body with the essential nutrition it needs to keep going for miles and miles and hours and hours. It goes down easy, and it goes to work fast so you don't have to slow down.What's in it? Carbohydrates - GU provides athletes with a dose of 100 calories in the form of 70-80% maltodextrin and 30-20% fructose (The ratio depends upon the flavor.). Why the mix? It's a complex carbohydrate, and studies have shown that some complex carbs are actually digested faster than simple sugars like table sugar and honey. Amino Acid Blend - GU features a unique blend of amino acids to combat muscle fatigue, accelerate the conversion of carbohydrates into usable energy, and maintain mental focus. Electrolytes - Sodium and potassium to... Learn More

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