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Attacking racing at its finest
Attack, attack, attack Blink and you’ll miss it. From the very start of the stage there was no respite. The flat/downhill all the way from the start to the foot of the Passo della Mendola climb at around 44km meant the peloton averaged almost 50kmph, with no break able to stick. As soon as they hit the that climb, those looking to make gains in the general classification began to attack. Ilnur Zakarin (Katusha) was the most active early on, while...
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Worth a try?
Punctures can be a pain for cyclists, especially if it's cold and wet and you're miles from home. This useful hack could put an end to your puncture woes.
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If it ain't broke...
If it ain't broke don't fix it. You don't have to follow the crowd and splash out on electronic gears so here are six good reasons to stick with mechanical.
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The best images from a week of racing
A pick of the best images from the past week's racing action from around the globe (May 9 - May 15)
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Check out Wiggo's new shoes
Bradley Wiggins has arrived at the Tour of California with some eye-catching custom shoes with a pop art design in tribute to Paul Weller and The Jam.
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Mountains!
Giro d'Italia 2016, stage five description, map and profile: Wednesday, May 11
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Can he defend it in tomorrow's time trial?
The Latvian Cannondale rider won after being the breakaway for much of the 213km stage to Lake Tahoe
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Amador or Valverde?
Both Movistar are riders are in the top three of the Giro d'Italia overall, but who is really leading the team?
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Ambushing a racing he hadn't entered
Michael Ashurst joined the Frank Morgan Memorial Race and stopped people bridging the gap to his teammates out in the breakaway
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Banditing a race is no bueno.
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Shake the fever
Hay fever can be a nightmare for cyclists, but there are effective steps you can take to reduce symptoms and keep riding
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NFTO enjoying early season success
NFTO‘s domineering performances on the UK scene so far in 2016 has surprised even team manager Tom Barras. The UCI Continental team have won three of the four rounds of the Motorpoint Spring Cup and go into Sunday’s final round at the Lincoln GP leading the team classification and individual standings with Johnny McEvoy. Ian Bibby, the reigning national circuit champion, has been the team’s most prolific rider with wins in the Manx International ...
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A few KOMs between them
We pick seven pro riders currently riding in the Giro d'Italia to check out on ride logging service Strava
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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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