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Rider Interview: The Olympic road events are over, but the action has moved over to the Tokyo velodrome. British rider, Joss Lowden, is on Team GB and recently set a new (unofficial) hour record. Ed Hood caught up with her in Tokyo. We all know that the Men’s World Hour Record Holder is Victor Campenaerts
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Race Preview: Tour de France, Olympic Games… Next up – The Clásica San Sebastián this Saturday. The Spanish, okay the Basque Donostiako Klasikoa, race leads us nicely into next month’s final Grand Tour, la Vuelta a España. But it is no prologue and is a hard fought WorldTour Classic with a strong history. Ed Hood
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Have you ever wondered what a professional cyclist does to compete at the highest level against the best in the world? Or have you wondered what things you should be considering when you prepare for your big events? Canada’s Michael Woods left the Tour early to prepare for Tokyo Introduction With the Olympic games coming
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The Intelligentsia Cup is on right now in the Chicagoland area – with the big races coming this weekend. Tish Kelly, creator and owner of the CWA Racing p/b TREK team, took a few minutes from racing (and partying) to share some thoughts on what makes this race event special. • Tune in to this
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Tune in to this weekend’s Live coverage of the Intelligentsia Cup (http://intelligentsiacup.com/). The live audio feed from the stage is available HERE: http://intelligentsiacup.com/listen/.  Brad Sohner and Todd Busteed provide the coverage. Click Here to Listen Live: Great way to get all the up-do-date racing action, as if you were at the race in person! Saturday’s Lake
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2021 Olympic Women’s Road Race: With the Women’s Olympic Road Race just around the corner, I wanted to take a moment to preview the basic details of the course, go over the favorites and tactics. Hopefully, these details can make everyone a slightly more informed viewer and increase your enjoyment of the race. – This
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Bioracer Boss Interview: This week it was announced that the INEOS Grenadiers team would be swapping their clothing supplier from the Italian manufacturer Castelli to the Belgian Bioracer company. Ed Hood caught up with Raymond Vanstraelen, the man behind Bioracer – More than just a cycle clothing manufacturer. Dutch national champs jersey – KNWU Director
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These days it seems like everyone is talking about the core as the keys to a power pedal stroke. One often overlooked but critical component though is hip mobility and the importance of the hip adductors. As the Tour heads into the Pyrenees, and many riders’ passion for sprinting has been reinvigorated with Mark Cavendish’s
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