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Ten products I loved in 2020: José Been

I have read with interest the’ things I loved’ rosters of all my fellow members, but I have a confession. I don’t own different bikes for all sorts of terrain. I have no gravel bike , no hardtail nor mountain bike. We don’t even have real ridges now. I too don’t own different firebrands of […]

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Ten products I loved in 2020: Abby Mickey

Unlike my CyclingTips colleagues, you will not find below a directory of tools and tech. My product consumption is mainly in clothing- I love way and am influenced by bright colors. With the road the world is at the moment, you will find pieces that helped me been through these tough times, both literally and […]

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Paris-Roubaix has been cancelled

Supported by Paris-Roubaix has been cancelled. The 118 th volume of the iconic hasten was due to have its first women’s version this season, and was scheduled for October 25. Due to the worsening COVID-1 9 situation in states in the region around Lille, close to the finish in Roubaix, the French regional and national […]

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Amstel Gold cancelled as Dutch COVID restrictions tighten

Subsidized by Amstel Gold has been cancelled following a decision from local Dutch health authorities that censors fans at all sporting occurrences, including those that take place on open roads. Both the men’s and women’s scoots were scheduled to run on October 10. The directions pass through multiple Dutch districts, including Eijsden-Margraten, Maastricht, and Valkenburg, […]

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Quintana: I have never used illegal substances to improve my performance

Subsidized by A day after news first emerged that French police had searched Nairo Quintana’s hotel room and opened a initial is looking into possible doping, Quintana has cleared his first public statements on the subject. ” The French gendarmerie be put into practice an operation in the hotel where my crew was staying on […]

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TDF rest-day testing, Ackermann wins at Tirreno-Adriatico: Daily Tour Digest

Subsidized by ( Want the Daily News Digest handed instantly to your inbox? Here’s the sign-up .) Hi there CyclingTips readers, It was a rest day at the Tour de France on Monday which granted everyone a chance to stop, catch their breather, and prepare themselves for the two weeks ahead. It wasn’t an perfectly […]