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The AdvertiserSA cycling fines soar — as reckless drivers who breach 1m overtaking rule dodge punishmentThe AdvertiserCYCLISTS are increasingly being fined for breaching road rules while motorists escape punishment from new laws designed to protect riders from dangerous drivers. SA Police figures show cyclists are on target to contribute $1.25 million in fines to ... ... > read more

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Bicycling4 Ways to Burn More Fat Through CyclingBicyclingBut we don't want too much fat pushing back against our Lycra, since cycling is also a power-to-weight sport that punishes us—especially once the pavement turns upward—when we carry it in excess. Becoming a better fat burner can help with both of ... ... > read more

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The GuardianLeaking of Chris Froome's failed drugs test harmed cycling – Julie HarringtonThe GuardianPublicity surrounding Chris Froome's failed drugs test has dealt a reputational blow not only to himself but the entire sport, according to the British Cycling chief executive, Julie Harrington. The four-times Tour de France winner failed a urine test ...British Cycling admit Chris Froome's place at Road World Championships is at risk if salbutamol case is not resolvedTelegraph.co.ukWellens questions use of salbutamol inhalers in cyclingCyclingnews.comBritish Cycling: New chairman ... > read more

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pgatour.comCycling Camilopgatour.comWith those words came a smile of satisfaction, though. After all, the uber-fit Villegas enjoys testing his limits – and that's exactly what he did that day when he rode with countryman Santiago Botero. Botero is a former professional cyclist from ... ... > read more

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ReutersFrench cycling hero retires: at 106ReutersFrench cycling hero retires: at 106. Reuters Staff. 1 Min Read. PARIS (Reuters) - French cyclist Robert Marchand is retiring at the age of 106, a friend of the bike-mad centenarian has announced. FILE PHOTO: French cyclist Robert Marchand, aged 105 ...106-Year-Old Record-Breaking Cyclist Hangs up His HelmetBicyclingall 3 news articles » ... > read more

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Cyclingnews.comLefevere on Chris Froome case: If cycling wants to be credible, things have to be clearerCyclingnews.com"Because it's always cycling. Unfortunately, nobody speaks about 50 per cent of athletes being suspended in athletics, and if you speak about doping in football, it doesn't exist, never existed, and will never exist." Froome returned an Adverse ...Chris Froome anti-doping investigation should not have been made public, says British Cycling bossCycling Weeklyall 3 news articles » ... > read more

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ReutersCycling: Wellens says asthma inhaler use amounts to 'cheating'ReutersPARIS (Reuters) - Belgian rider Tim Wellens described the use of anti-asthma inhalers as tantamount to cheating, after four-times Tour de France champion Chris Froome failed a test for Salbutamol during last year's Tour of Spain. 2016 Rio Olympics ...Belgian rider Tim Wellens says number of cyclists using inhalers would shock public and calls for end to 'grey areas'The Independent'I refuse to be dependent on inhalers even though a lot of other riders use them'Cycling Weeklyall 4 news articl ... > read more

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BicyclingWant Explosive Cycling Power? Try the Box JumpBicyclingThis single-leg crossover plyo bench jump from Maximum Overload strengthens your quads, glutes, and core, and builds explosive power and overall coordination. It builds your maximum sustainable power, helping you fend off fatigue and maintain your ... ... > read more