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Photog’s View: With the Amstel Gold Race this Sunday we look back at Wei Yuet Wong pic of his photos from 2016. Unlike this year, the start was in Maastricht, but the finish was in Valkenburg. Wei didn’t miss a trick and this is his photog’s back-stage pass to Amstel’16. – Photos and words by
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Fezzari Bicycles has grown into one of the largest direct-to-consumer bicycle brands by continually improving their designs and technology. Now, with numerous “Best Of” and “Editor’s Choice” awards (including several from us for the La Sal Peak and Delano Peak mountain bikes), we wondered how they’re doing it while remaining under most peoples’ radar. We
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For this model year, Vitus have updated their line of enduro and trail mountain bikes, overhauling their suspension designs adding significantly more progression. These are some very good value for money bikes, with the direct-to-consumer brand offering up a complete build of the carbon 2021 Vitus Sommet from just $2999.99. With such competitive price points,
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Amstel Gold Race Preview: Holland’s only one-day Classic was cancelled in 2020 and nearly didn’t happen this year, but with a closed circuit and no fans, the Amstel Gold Race will go ahead this Sunday. Ed Hood gives us his ‘lowdown’ on the race and the likely ‘Top Men’ for the Dutch Golden Race. No
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Rider Interview: Racing is not easy at the moment for any British based UCI Continental Team, the combination of Covid and Brexit have been a big problem. The Canyon dbh SunGod team has managed some trips abroad, Ed Hood caught up with Canyon rider Jake Scott to hear how 2021 has been going. Mathieu Van
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Mark Cavendish has won his second stage at the Tour of Turkey in as many days following a three-year victory drought. Britain’s Cavendish powered his way around the outside of rivals in the race’s third stage into Konya. The Deceuninck-Quick Step rider, 35, was tearful during his post-race interview when he paid tribute to his
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