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GreenEDGE Comes (Un)stuck

The Orica-GreenEdge team were hit with a fine of 2,000 Swiss Francs (US$2,116) after their bus blocked the finish line to Saturday’s opening stage of this year’s Tour de France, leading to a chaotic finale. Organisers proposed moving the finish line forward by three kilometres before eventually clearing the bus, which had become stuck under […]

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Riding in Varese, Italy with Gracie Elvin and Jessie MacLean

A short video of a ride we did in Verese with our lovely hosts Jessie MacLean and Gracie Elvin. It’s a long way from Lake Burley Griffin in Canberra!

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Sagan bike parking

In this day and age of professional riders needing to watch what they say and do,  Peter Sagan never ceses to amazing and always spices things up for us. What he lacks in charisma is more than made up in his bike handling skills. Check this out.

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Nine Lives: a Norwegian share the road ad

Thor Hushovd stars in this ad from Norway’s “Statens vegwesen” (Public Roads Administration) about the importance of sharing the road. The ad’s tagline can be translated into English as “for those who do not have nine lives”.

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Where do long term prisoners go after release?

Some have lived over half their life in jail, so where do they go when their sentence in served? Here’s a fascinating story about Kiwi cyclist Reon Nolan, a former criminal, now an inspiration.

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GreenEDGE Backstage pass – welcome back Whitey

On the first sprint stage of the 2013 Tour de Suisse, the ORICA-GreenEDGE team welcomed back Sports Director Matthew White. On the day sprinter Matthew Goss finished a close second on the stage. Enjoy another behind the scenes look inside the team car with Backstage Pass.

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Col de Sarenne – Virtual Descent

The Tour de France organiser will take the race up the Alpe d’Huez twice in one day to celebrate its 100th edition. However, according to Tony Martin (Omega Pharma-Quick Step), its inclusion of the never-before-used descent of the Col de Sarenne is careless. “I was excited to see it, but I must say that I […]

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Donhou Bicycles: Experiments in Speed

Experiments in speed. Inspired by those great men of the salt flats, those men that in the 60s pushed the Land Speed Record from the 300s up towards the 600mph mark in jet-propelled cars built in their sheds. We decided to do what we do: build a bicycle, but this time, in the spirit of […]

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Lines of Lofoten

We spent four weeks in the summer of 2012 building two lines in Lofoten, Norway; a dirt line and a big bike line. Our goal was to capture world-class riding in the untouched and unique nature around Lofoten. The fast shifting weather and continuous problems with getting the lines working left us with only a […]

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100th Tour de France Official Trailer

It’s only a couple weeks to go until the 100th edition of the Tour de France. It starts on the French island of Corsica for the first three stages, features the return of Mont Ventoux, a double ascent of Alpe d’Huez on stage 18, and a nightime finish in Paris. Are you as pumped as […]

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