1. Preview of 2012 Paris-Nice

    Paris-Nice, the Race to the Sun, began in 1933 and is traditionally the first major stage race on the European calendar, and is the second WorldTour event of 2012...

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  2. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: 2012 Review of Pro Cycling Jerseys

    Each new season gives cycling teams a chance to rework their team kits, and gives all their fans a chance to spend another $90 on a team jersey. The best jerseys go down in history with their riders, such as Armstrong with U...

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  3. Cycling: 5 Reasons to Watch the 2011 Giro Di Lombardia

    The Giro di Lombardia—also called the Race of the Falling Leaves—may be the most scenic race on the pro-cycling calendar. The ride begins in Milan and makes its way around the north-central region of Italy, and the picturesque Lake Como...

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  4. 10 Cyclists Under 25 Who Will Win in 2012

    Cycling is not a sport which favors youth. It takes years to learn how to ride the large Alpine passes or when to start a sprint, and a rider does not physically mature until their mid-20s...

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  5. 5 Riders Who Will Dominate the 2011 World Time Trial Championships

    Copenhagen, Denmark is playing host to the UCI World Road Championships this week, and the Elite Men’s Time Trial takes place on Wednesday September 21, 2011...

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  6. Preview of Riders Who Can Win the 2011 Road Race World Championship

    The 2011 UCI Cycling World Championships will be held in Copenhagen, Denmark from September 19th, 2011 through September 25th, 2011...

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  7. Lessons Learned from the 2011 Vuelta a Espańa

    The 2011 Vuelta a Espańa concluded in Madrid on Sunday September 11th. Often overlooked when compared to the Tour de France and the Giro d'Italia, the Vuelta allows riders the ...

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  8. 10 Riders to Watch for at the Grand Prix Cycliste De Québec and Montreal

    The Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) has made expanding competitive cycling around the world one of its primary objectives...

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