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  • Legally Speaking: Group ride liability, part 2
    Posted by Spencer Powlison on 14th November 2018 at 6:21 pm

    Legal expert Bob Mionske explains a few key steps organized group rides should take to worry less about liability and focus on the ride.Read the full article at Legally Speaking: Group ride liability, part 2 on VeloNews.com. […]

  • Andrea Tafi, 52, says he has a team for Roubaix comeback
    Posted by Andrew Hood on 14th November 2018 at 2:16 pm

    The Belgian won the 1999 edition of Paris-Roubaix and wants to return to the race next season to challenge for another title.Read the full article at Andrea Tafi, 52, says he has a team for Roubaix comeback on VeloNews.com. […]

  • Book excerpt: Peter Sagan on sprinting
    Posted by Spencer Powlison on 14th November 2018 at 1:54 pm

    In his new book, Peter Sagan explains why he doesn't like sprinting with a lead-out train and how he manages to always time his jump right.Read the full article at Book excerpt: Peter Sagan on sprinting on VeloNews.com. […]

  • The evolution of the Epic
    Posted by Spencer Powlison on 13th November 2018 at 8:34 pm

    In 2002, Specialized revolutionized bicycle suspension technology with a shock that had a mind of its own.Read the full article at The evolution of the Epic on VeloNews.com. […]

  • CX commentary: Doing it wrong can sometimes be right
    Posted by Spencer Powlison on 13th November 2018 at 6:42 pm

    After years of taking cyclocross a little too seriously, a poorly planned race day revives the spirit of racing around in the mud. Read the full article at CX commentary: Doing it wrong can sometimes be right on VeloNews.com. […]

  • Technical FAQ: Aluminum frame, crankarm fatigue
    Posted by Lennard Zinn on 13th November 2018 at 2:44 pm

    Lennard Zinn takes questions regarding how long aluminum frames and other bike parts should last before they fail.Read the full article at Technical FAQ: Aluminum frame, crankarm fatigue on VeloNews.com. […]

  • Enter Stages Cycling’s Exclusive Gear Giveaway!
    Posted by Anna Horsch on 12th November 2018 at 8:00 pm

    Powerful Giveaway. Free Stuff. Stages Cycling is dedicated to improving your cycling performance, fitness, and health. Stages offers Read the full article at Enter Stages Cycling’s Exclusive Gear Giveaway! on VeloNews.com. […]

  • Tour is stronger than ever despite rocky 2018 edition
    Posted by Spencer Powlison on 12th November 2018 at 6:02 pm

    The 2018 Tour de France had its setbacks and frustrations, but some insiders believe the race is stronger than it has ever been.Read the full article at Tour is stronger than ever despite rocky 2018 edition on VeloNews.com. […]

  • Commentary: Vandenbroucke was cycling’s up-and-down man
    Posted by Fred Dreier on 12th November 2018 at 5:23 pm

    Frank Vandenbroucke lived in a world of excesses, which was fitting for cycling's go-go doping era of the late 1990s and early 2000s.Read the full article at Commentary: Vandenbroucke was cycling’s up-and-down man on VeloNews.com. […]

  • Noho CX: White, McFadden earn solo wins
    Posted by VeloNews.com on 12th November 2018 at 3:34 pm

    The second day of racing in Northampton, Massachusetts saw a pair of solo victories in the elite races.Read the full article at Noho CX: White, McFadden earn solo wins on VeloNews.com. […]

  • Movistar to bring Landa, Quintana back to 2019 Tour
    Posted by Andrew Hood on 12th November 2018 at 1:59 pm

    The Spanish duo struggled this season at the French grand tour, but they'll return next year for another run.Read the full article at Movistar to bring Landa, Quintana back to 2019 Tour on VeloNews.com. […]

  • Noho CX: Noble goes solo while White takes advantage of team strength
    Posted by VeloNews.com on 11th November 2018 at 12:45 pm

    The first day of racing in Northampton saw both solo and team displays of strength.Read the full article at Noho CX: Noble goes solo while White takes advantage of team strength on VeloNews.com. […]

  • Hincapie Racing confirms BMC, Arapahoe Resources as 2019 title sponsors
    Posted by Fred Dreier on 9th November 2018 at 5:42 pm

    The American team will continue as a Continental outfit, confirming nine riders for 2019 after budget shortfall put future in jeopardy.Read the full article at Hincapie Racing confirms BMC, Arapahoe Resources as 2019 title sponsors on VeloNews.com. […]

  • Week in Tech: Continental goes tubeless, Silca gives back, new Bkool trainer
    Posted by Dan Cavallari on 9th November 2018 at 1:30 pm

    Here’s the Week in Tech — all the gear news, tips, and announcements you need and none of the marketing gibberish you don’t.Read the full article at Week in Tech: Continental goes tubeless, Silca gives back, new Bkool trainer on VeloNews.com. […]

  • Q&A: A master bikepacker shares his wisdom
    Posted by Spencer Powlison on 9th November 2018 at 1:00 pm

    After more than a decade of bikepacking adventures, Jay Petervary is something of a guru. We asked for his advice on getting out there.Read the full article at Q&A: A master bikepacker shares his wisdom on VeloNews.com. […]

  • VeloNews Show: 2019 Giro route
    Posted by Spencer Powlison on 8th November 2018 at 9:26 pm

    The Giro d'Italia route has been unveiled! Will the three time trials outweigh the big mountain stages? Who can win the pink jersey in 2019?Read the full article at VeloNews Show: 2019 Giro route on VeloNews.com. […]

  • Tech podcast: Why are people riding snub-nose saddles?
    Posted by Spencer Powlison on 8th November 2018 at 5:35 pm

    We speak with Chris Jacobson of Shimano North America to learn why riders like shorter saddles and talk about bike fitting.Read the full article at Tech podcast: Why are people riding snub-nose saddles? on VeloNews.com. […]

  • Bikepacking to worlds: Rob Britton’s 1,000-mile journey across western Canada
    Posted by Fred Dreier on 8th November 2018 at 3:34 pm

    The Canadian recounts his adventure that served as a final training block for the UCI road worlds.Read the full article at Bikepacking to worlds: Rob Britton’s 1,000-mile journey across western Canada on VeloNews.com. […]

  • Froome to kick off 2019 season at Tour of Colombia
    Posted by VeloNews.com on 8th November 2018 at 2:50 pm

    The February 12-17 race takes place in the Antioquia department, situated in the northwest corner of Colombia.Read the full article at Froome to kick off 2019 season at Tour of Colombia on VeloNews.com. […]

  • The Dirt: How (and why) Kabush won Iceman on a gravel bike
    Posted by Spencer Powlison on 8th November 2018 at 2:28 pm

    Geoff Kabush won his third Iceman Cometh MTB classic, but this year he left the mountain bike at home and instead rode a gravel rig.Read the full article at The Dirt: How (and why) Kabush won Iceman on a gravel bike on VeloNews.com. […]

  • Mitchelton’s GC play paid off in spades in 2018
    Posted by Andrew Hood on 8th November 2018 at 2:06 pm

    The Australia-based squad picked up its first grand tour win this year courtesy of Simon Yates at the Vuelta a España.Read the full article at Mitchelton’s GC play paid off in spades in 2018 on VeloNews.com. […]

  • Podcast: SRAM’s 12-speed eTap; Kabush wins Iceman on gravel bike?
    Posted by Spencer Powlison on 7th November 2018 at 5:57 pm

    The bike industry is buzzing about SRAM's new 12-speed group that was seen in spy shots this weekend. Plus, Giro route takes!Read the full article at Podcast: SRAM’s 12-speed eTap; Kabush wins Iceman on gravel bike? on VeloNews.com. […]

  • Former pro Jonathan Cantwell dies at 36
    Posted by Spencer Powlison on 7th November 2018 at 5:30 pm

    The world of cycling mourns Jonathan Cantwell who died Tuesday night aged 36. He raced professionally from 2008-2014.Read the full article at Former pro Jonathan Cantwell dies at 36 on VeloNews.com. […]

  • Bikepacking: What to bring, what to leave at home
    Posted by Spencer Powlison on 7th November 2018 at 4:57 pm

    After his first foray into the world of bikepacking, Dan Cavallari has five tips to help you pack more efficiently for a night outdoors.Read the full article at Bikepacking: What to bring, what to leave at home on VeloNews.com. […]

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