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Why did Tour of Oman have a river crossing? Can Valverde convince fans he's a good guy? Plus, we pontificate about Omloop and Kuurne.
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Despite starting the semi-classic Omloop race 14 times, Tom Boonen has never won it. And this may be the wrong year for him to try.
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Orica – Scott has a wealth of young GC talent for grand tours, and it finds a way to balance ambitions of Chaves and the Yates twins.
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Finding pro cycling on TV isn't always simple for fans. We compiled a list of the major events and what networks will broadcast them.
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Abu Dhabi Tour rivals even the Tour de France with its stacked start list of sprint stars. The race is now a WorldTour event.
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Esteban Chaves already has two grand tour podium finishes, and this summer he will shoot for another one in France.
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The spring classics kick off with Omloop Het Nieuwsblad. Here's everything you need to know about this cobblestone appetizer.
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The French are back. And they’re hungry to reclaim their rightful place in cycling's upper echelon.
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Romain Bardet is cycling's most unlikely star, and he could end France's Tour de France drought after finishing second in 2016.
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Lennard Zinn goes deep into tire tech to test a product that may help riders easily travel with bikes that have tubeless.
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Alexey Vermeulen finds footing in the WorldTour in second year with LottoNL. The young American hopes to become a GC leader.
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The squad formerly known as Lampre had a tumultuous winter with sponsors, but its budget is secure for four years.
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The 2017 Liège-Bastogne-Liège route is announced, including new climbs, and ASO invites seven wildcard teams.
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Michael Barry says he doesn't think Team Sky doped outright but that its use of painkiller tramadol was unethical.
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Alejandro Valverde won his 100th career pro race, one of the few riders to do so, with a combination of tactical acumen and otherworldly
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Paris-Roubaix organizer ASO announces seven wildcard teams for 2017 race, including four French squads, two from Belgium, and one Dutch.
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Rigoberto Urán wants to race well in the Ardennes classics before heading to the Tour de France this summer.
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The Dimension Data rider earned the best young rider's jersey at the Tour of Oman over the weekend.
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Manuel Antunes won the fifth and final stage of Volta ao Algarve on an uphill finish in Portugal, and Primoz Roglic took the overall
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Tim Wellens won the final stage of Ruta del Sol as Alejandro Valverde held on to his narrow lead over Alberto Contador to win the overall.
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