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Inside the Tour of California sprint

Get inside the peloton for the last 3km of stage 8 of the Amgen Tour of California. The majority of the clip was taken from Koen de Kort saddle cam and the final 150m filmed from John Degenkolb’s camera. All was footage filmed with the Shimano Sport Camera.

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Tales from the Giro d’Italia with Henk Vogels – Episode 3

In this third episode of “Tales from the Giro d’Italia,” Henk Vogels talks about the Giro crashes and who had the loudest antics in the pro peloton.

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A tour of the Team Sky bus with Rod Ellingworth

In this video CyclingTips’ roving reporter Dave Everett is shown around the Team Sky bus by Rod Ellingworth, head of performance operations.

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Tales from the Giro d’Italia with Henk Vogels – Episode 2

Here’s the second episode in a series of videos with Henk Vogels talking about his memories of the Giro d’Italia.

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Tales from the Giro d’Italia with Henk Vogels – Episode 1

In the first video in this series, former pro Henk Vogels talks about why he has such fond memories of riding the Giro d’Italia.

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Lotto-Belisol Team Bus Tour with Adam Hansen

Adam Hansen takes Dave Everett on a tour of the Lotto-Belisol team bus during the 2014 Giro d’Italia in Ireland. He also takes us through what they keep in their wet bags, as well as a story about how they love their tea…

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The Way I Roll: Lucas Brunelle

‘The Way I Roll’ is a series of six short stories about individuals passions for cycling, put together by Thule.

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Video footage of John Degenkolb’s sprint at Tour of California

This is what a crazy sprint looks like from Degenkolb’s point of view. Filmed with Shimano’s new sports camera (which looks to be just as impressive: check it out here)

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Video: Juul Jensen on his first Grand Tour and on Roche’s and Majka’s Giro GC chances

First time Giro participant Chris Juul Jensen is back in action today when the Giro d’Italia restarts in Italy. While the Tinkoff Saxo rider is now competing under a Danish licence, the Irish stages were a homecoming of sorts as he grew up in the country and, thanks to his Irish mother, previously competed for […]

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In the team car with the Australian National Team at the Tour d’Azerbaidjan

by Matt de Neef, CyclingTips Editor Of the 25 teams at the 2014 Tour d’Azerbaidjan, eight are ProContinental, 16 are Continental and just one is a national team: the Australian National Team. Australia has sent a representative team to all three editions of the race now known as the Tour d’Azerbaidjan (it was the Heydar […]

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