A little over two weeks into August, the first big surprise of this year’s transfer season has emerged. Dan Martin will join Israel Cycling Academy on a two-year deal in 2020 after spending the last two seasons with UAE-Team Emirates. Unlike most of the other notable riders on the move this transfer season whose destinations have …
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There’s water in the bowl… and it’s coming from underground. Seriously. Watch this to see what the riders are dealing with and to hear from Trey Jones, Dennis Enarson, Chris James, Josh Dove, Matty Cranmer, and more! more »
On the same day as the Tour de France began last month, in a stadium in Lyon, the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup came to a close, with the US women’s team taking a commanding victory over the Netherlands. It wasn’t a win that went unnoticed – the US women’s team was catapulted to global attention, …
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Another week, another quiz: and with races currently in progress around the globe, along with all the transfers and team news of August, there’s a lot to keep track of in the world of cycling. Are you on top of it all? Take the CyclingTips Weekly Quiz to find out! Not loading? Click here.
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Walker Ryan explores the 15-mile stretch of Wilshire Boulevard, beginning by the breakers in Santa Monica before bringing down the curtains in DTLA.
Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: Tim Wellens wins stage 4 and takes over the race lead at the BinckBank Tour, Fabio Aru is looking ahead to the Vuelta and confident he will ultimately return to form, van der Poel gets back to road racing and wins right away. Those stories …
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