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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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Rocacorba Daily

In this morning’s edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest: Diego Ulissi wins stage five of the Giro, Matthews holds pink; Will Routley wins stage 4 of the Tour of California; Australians continue solid showing at the Giro d’Italia; Battle on the Border starts today; French journalist drives 2,700km from Ireland to Italy to cover […]

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Rocacorba Daily

Good morning and welcome to your Wednesday edition of the Rocacorba Daily news digest. In today’s headlines: Bouhanni takes treacherous fourth stage of Giro d’Italia, Matthews holds onto pink; Confusion reigns during rain-slicked Giro stage 4; Rohan wins on Mount Diablo at Tour of California, Wiggins holds lead; Schematics and details leaked on SRAM electronic […]

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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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Spotted: SRAM electronic groupset

SRAM leaked its much anticipated electronic groupset at the Midwest regional championship Cyclocross Championships in the US last December and is now making an appearance at the Tour of California on the Bissell Development Team bikes. GCN caught some footage. We still don’t know much about the groupset, but here’s what what’s speculated: - We’ve […]

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Roadtripping Ireland

As part of our three part series in Ireland we made this short video that showcases some of the spectacular roads we visited around this marvellous country. See the full features here: Part 1 – Riding the Wicklow Mountains Part 2 – Riding stage 2 of the Giro d’Italia Part 3 – Riding stage 3 […]

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How the race was won – Tour of Romandie

An important Tour de France tune-up race in what’s been, for many would-be contenders, a usual spring. Featuring TTs, climbs, sprints (bunch and tactical) and yes—victory cheese. For more “How the race was won” videos, head over to Cyclocosm.com.

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Ballan banned two years, sacked by BMC

Italy’s Alessandro Ballan, the world road race champion in 2008, was handed a two-year doping ban by Italy’s Olympic Committee (CONI) on Friday. Later on Friday, the 36-year-old rider was sacked by his team BMC. Ballan was punished by CONI’s anti-doping tribunal after it ruled he had contravened article 2.2 of the World Anti-Doping Agency […]

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Baden Cooke announces retirement

Baden Cooke has announced that he will retire at the end of 2013, ending a 14-year career as one of Australia’s most decorated cyclists. The 35 year old, six time Tour de France rider and 2003 Green Jersey winner, is in the process of setting up a sports management company from his base in Monaco, […]

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Gerrans, de Kort, Hayman, Cantwell and Ewan to race St Kilda SuperCrit

One of Australia’s richest one-day cycling events is returning in 2013 with cycling’s biggest stars on Sunday, December 15. The Logie-Smith Lanyon Super Criterium will see the some of the best national and international professional cyclists compete for $20,000 in prize money. Orica-GreenEDGE rider and cycling legend Simon Gerrans is a confirmed starter, as are […]

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