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Help VeloNews pick the Belgian Bracket! Vote now, and enjoy the spring classics.
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Former world champ Michal Kwiatkowski opts out of defending E3 Harelbeke title in favor of a race schedule focused on winning Liège.
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Nacer Bouhanni sprints to his first stage win of Volta a Catalunya, while American Tejay van Garderen keeps overall lead.
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What's the difference between food and fuel? What should you eat on and off the bike? Are expensive nutrition products really worth it?
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With Gent-Wevelgem on Sunday and the Ronde on March 2, E3 Harelbeke is the official start of Flanders Week. Buckle up!
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Tour de France organizer ASO introduces new Shanghai Criterium event for October.
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E3 Harelbeke is the cobbled gateway to Belgium's biggest classics races. It features ample cobblestone climbs, and thrilling race action.
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John Degenkolb ready to keep fighting in the spring classics after his 2016 season was derailed by traumatic crash.
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Quick-Step dominates Dwars door Vlaanderen, with Philippe Gilbert animating the race and Yves Lampaert attacking to win solo.
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Mario Cipollini celebrates his birthday March 22, so we put together a gallery of our favorite "Lion King" moments.
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American Kiel Reijnen has a scary crash in Dwars door Vlaanderen but escapes relatively unscathed, hopeful to continue classics campaign.
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Finnish champion Lotta Lepisto sprints to her first win of 2017 in Dwars door Vlaanderen.
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Alejandro Valverde out-sprints Dan Martin atop La Molina climb, and American Tejay van Garderen takes overall lead in Catalunya.
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With canny team tactics, Yves Lampaert wins Dwars door Vlaanderen, and his Quick-Step teammate Philippe Gilbert finishes second.
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Cervelo-Bigla's Lotta Lepisto notched her first win of 2017 in Waregem, Belgium at Dwars door Vlaanderen Wednesday.
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Race commissaires decided to overturn their original ruling and penalize the entire Movistar team for illegal pushes during the stage.
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Twelve races have been designated as part of a new American Road Calendar, USA Cycling announced Tuesday.
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Movistar just hacked team time trials, maybe accidentally. In fact, the team may not even realize the powerful TTT tool it just invented.
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We break down the action from Milano-Sanremo, consider the blossoming Kwiatkowski-Sagan rivalry, and consider Coryn Rivera's big win.
The post VN podcast, ep. 21: A new Sagan rivalry? Rivera’s big win, and cobbles! appeared first on VeloNews.com.
Cycling fans in the U.S. will be able to continue watching the Tour de France via NBC Sports properties through 2023.
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