Is Strade Bianche deserving of the moniker of cycling’s 6th Monument?

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What Strade Bianche lacks in history, it makes up in spectacle and substance. The race is the newest sweetheart of biking lovers coming after...

Cycling routes to hyperlink Geylang and Queenstown to town

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Cyclists and private mobility tool users in Geylang and Queenstown may be able to ride directly to the city, and up to six greater...

David Millar: Blood doping instances a reminder for cycling not to get complacent

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Former seasoned David Millar believes the latest blood doping confessions of Stefan Denifl and Georg Preidler are a timely reminder for cycling no longer...

The Cycling Podcast: Deceuninck-Quick Step’s establishing weekend double

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A packed episode of The Cycling Podcast tackles all of the modern-day testimonies from the sector of professional biking. Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie, and Daniel...

Cycling: World champion Barker wants Tokyo sister-act

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LONDON (Reuters) - Welsh rider Elinor Barker become taking part in warm-weather education within the Cape Town sunshine this week — one of the...

Women’s biking race forced to pause after lead rider catches guys’s race

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A cycling race in Belgium changed into thrown into disarray while the leader of the girls' race, which set off 10 minutes after the...

Top hat? Bike helmets would save 85 cycling fatalities a year, says report

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A new report from the Dutch road safety research foundation predicts that if cyclists in the Netherlands always wore a helmet, there would be...

Weight biking confers poor CV fitness in girls

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Women who had a history of weight cycling had poorer CV fitness and have been less probable to satisfy the BMI metric from the...

Inspirational Cycling Training Doc ‘Mama Agatha’ Premieres Online For International Women’s Day

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An award-prevailing documentary approximately a Ghanaian female coaching migrants to The Netherlands a way to cycle – giving them wings inside the “Bicycling Kingdom”...

How to get greater ladies biking in cities

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So a whole lot of the world round us is designed for men; from the mundane (public bathrooms and smartphones) to the doubtlessly lethal...