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30. Dezember, 17:53 Uhr

words by Guti Martin, photography by Marc Gasch   I openly declare myself a big fan of Portugal. Only separated from my hometown in Spain by the Miño river, it’s the place where I used to cross with my grandfather a few decades ago through the International Iron Bridge. On top of that, when I was a kid, my first cycling adventures were dedicated to taking tourists on secret shortcuts to avoid...

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22. November, 15:44 Uhr

article by Spencer Martin and Steve Maxwell The route for the 2020 Tour de France was recently unveiled. The initial takeaways seemed to be that it is a time trial-light affair that will tend to suit the pure climbers, and that its multiple mountain stages will somehow offer bite-sized, endless entertainment for the short-attention-span millennial audience. A closer look suggests that it...

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16. Januar, 18:36 Uhr

The Length of Time is a reflection of Josh Ibbett’s 2019 Tour Divide experience, a mix of self-filmed GoPro footage and video captured by Ryan Le Garrec and Lander Deldime, highlighting the highs and the lows of his ride. Watch the full film here, including a synopsis from Josh and additional photos by Ryan… Words by Josh Ibbett (@joshibbett) I’ve been documenting my bikepacking trips and...

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08. Januar, 15:06 Uhr

The full list of teams racing in the 2020 Tour de France has been confirmed, including those that fought for the limited wildcard slots.  Tour de France organizer, the Amaury Sport Organization (ASO), has released the names of the 22 teams competing in this year’s French Grand Tour, including the two wildcard places. The French Professional Continental team Arkéa-Samsic have been given a...

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27. November, 15:16 Uhr

According to the French radio station France Bleu, the 2022 Tour de France may start in Saint-Étienne, France. The Loire city, which hosted a stage in this year’s Tour, is among several candidates for the Grand Départ, with Yorkshire, Norway and the Basque Country also linked to the 2022 race at various times. France Bleu says the Grand Départ is an “80% done deal” for Saint-Étienne, with...

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20. Januar, 14:29 Uhr

photo credits @ TDU For the second time in-a-row, Caleb Ewan claimed victory in the opening race of the Tour Down Under, after the Australian rider kept his cool for the first 10 laps of the Schwalbe Classic to seize the race honors in the final sprint.  The Australian rider found himself well-positioned at the head of the peloton during the final lap, sprinting from about 10th place down the...

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18. Dezember, 16:44 Uhr

Organizers for the Vuelta a España unveiled the route for next year’s Spanish Grand Tour in Madrid on Tuesday, which will depart from the Netherlands before side excursions into France and Portugal. ry. The action begins with an agenda setting team time-trial in the Dutch city of Utrecht on August 14 and culminates 3,245km, 21 stages and three potentially thrilling weeks later in Madrid on...

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10. Dezember, 14:41 Uhr

article by Andy Wade of Cycling-Today When Lance Armstrong was banned for life in August 2012 for doping to win his seven Tours de France between 1999 and 2005, most casual observers would have assumed cycling’s well-documented doping problems were, if not solved, then at least cleared up somewhat. But that sordid story did not start with Armstrong nor did it end with him. A change in...

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19. Dezember, 16:03 Uhr

article by Raymond Kerckhoffs and Steve Maxwell Women’s pro cycling is being transformed, as more and more fans discover the excitement of women’s bike racing. Some of the best athletes in the world are starting to get involved in the sport, and an exciting calendar of traditional races and new global events is starting to emerge. In turn, this attention is sparking more significant investment...

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13. Januar, 16:04 Uhr

A belated happy birthday to Bernard Thévenet, who was born on January 10, 1948. The French rider is best known for winning the 1975 Tour de France ahead of Eddy Merckx, thus ending the reign of the five-time champion, followed by a second victory in the French Grand Tour in 1977, this time beating Hennie Kuiper of Holland and Lucien Van Impe of Belgium. Thévenet also claimed victory in the 1975...