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Al Vines shows you how to keep your shifting crisp by changing your rear gear cable
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We have a look at German powerhouse André Greipel's bike for the 2016 season - the Ridley Noah SL
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Can two types of braking coexist in the pro peloton?
Riders at the Tour of Qatar have their say on some teams using disc brakes in the pro peloton this season
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It's more about the bike industry needing something new to sell. Make the pros ride them and they can use it as a marketing tool. Now we all need to buy new bikes with disc brakes, like the pros. (so says marketers)
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Keep your chain running smoothly
Learning how to lube your chain properly will keep it running smoothly and quietly, allowing you to ride faster and helping your chain to last longer.
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More reason to get out and see the world by bike
The Janapar Grant is aimed at getting 18 to 25-year-olds to travel across countries by bike and will provide equipment, clothing and mentoring
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Fast and furious in Qatar
Manuel Quinziato's Strava file from stage one of the Tour of Qatar shows an incredible average speed over the 176km stage
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It's hard to explain...
It's too much to ask for all your friends to be cyclists. Try as you might to explain, some of your mates are never going to get it. It's not your fault.
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My friends don't know much about cycling their mostly dancers.

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Museeuw vs a motor on the Kwaremont
A Belgian amateur cyclist was pitted against Johan Museuuw on the Oude Kwaremont back in 2014, plus more videos of the week
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An active amateur (or a weekend warrior?) VS a retired cyclist... Yes of course!
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We put SRAM Red eTap, the only wireless groupset on the market, through its paces
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Stevens sets sights on the Hour
USA Cycling announced on Monday that Evelyn Stevens (Boels-Dolmans) will challenge Bridie O'Donnell's UCI Hour Record in Colorado Springs on 27 February
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Highway cops
Video shows the police car using segregated CS5 to bypass a traffic queue when responding to an emergency
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Patrick hits back
Etixx-Quick Step's manager Patrick Leferve expressed his anger in response to his team's exclusion from this year's edition of the Tour of Qatar
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Welcome to the Google+ page for Cycling Weekly magazine and website. Based in the UK, CW has been in constant publication for over 121 years. We bring you the latest cycling news from the British and international racing scenes, as well as safety and commuting issues.

Cycling Weekly also  carries the latest fitness and training advice and reviews bikes, clothing and equipment. Cycling Weekly is available worldwide every Thursday on all devices:

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Other cycling magazines published by IPC Media include Cycle Sport, Cycling Active, mbr, Cycling Fitness and Tour.
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