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Cycling Most Talked About Mode Of Transport During Pandemic, Finds Social Media Monitor Brandwatch  Forbes ... > read more

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The International Cycling Union (UCI) is looking for a new host for the 2020 World Road Cycling Championships due to the coronavirus pandemic. ... > read more

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Coronavirus: Cycling Australia to 'monitor situation' regarding World Championships  Cyclingnews.com ... > read more

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Throughout the month of September the focus of the cycling world will centre on France as the 107th edition of the Tour de France courses the length and breadth of the country, turning its villages and cities yellow as la grande boucle heads towards Paris. After setting off on its 3,470km journey from Nice, there follows summit finishes on the Orcieres-Merlette and Mont Aigoual on stages five and six before the race heads towards the Pyrenees. Further mountain stage follow in the Alps before the penultimate stage of the race sees the riders tackle the Planche des Belles Filles climb in an ind ... > read more

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Pandemic brings changes to charity cycling ride  Spring Hope Enterprise ... > read more

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Romain Bardet has signed a two-year deal with Sunweb that will see the Frenchman join the German squad in 2021, it was announced on Monday. Bardet, 29, has ridden for French team Ag2r-La Mondiale throughout his entire career during which time he has won three Tour de France stages and twice finished on the podium — in 2016 and 2017 when he was second and third respectively. “I am very happy to have signed for Team Sunweb. When considering options outside my current team, it was really important for me to find a team that works progressively, involving the latest technology in equipment and ot ... > read more

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Liv Cycling Adds Gravel To Its Lineup With New Devote Series  PRNewswire ... > read more

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British Cycling is facing a leadership vacuum ahead of the rearranged Tokyo 2020 Games after its chief executive confirmed plans to swap saddles and instead take the reins at the British Horseracing Authority. Julie Harrington, 51, will take over as chief executive of racing’s ruling body in the New Year, replacing Nick Rust, who announced his intention to leave in February. She leaves British Cycling after a turbulent two years in which the organisation dealt with the fallout of doping investigations and was dealt a fresh £30million blow when HSBC UK triggered a break clause in its eight-yea ... > read more