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The Tour of the Gila is a 5 stage iconic American bike race that is now known nationally and internationally based out of Silver City, New Mexico. The broadcast will go live Saturday at 2:00 pm MTN time. Listen Live to the Tour of the Gila here: And stream the Listen Live race program here:
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Gear Break: Wahoo Open the Road Ep. 1 – Foundations, Team Qhubeka announces ‘Hand Up’ apparel collaboration with The Vandal, Wega coffee machines and Paolo Bettini: An Eroica partnership, Muc-Off: Pause. Stop. Rewind. Which UDOG is the best for you? Elite-level racewear as worn in the WorldTour peloton by EF Education-TIBCO-SVB and EF Education-Easypost now
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Rider Blog: Jordan Cheyne is in his first season with the Project Echelon Racing team after 6 seasons as a professional, including 2 with Jelly Belly and 3 with Elevate/KHS. Jordan is an old friend of PEZ and is back to give us an update on his career and the up-and-coming Tour of the Gila.
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Cycle sport is intricately mythologized with the heroism and agony of suffering. We watch and marvel not just at the speed and power of the pros, but for the thrill (for us) and suffering (for them) inherent in racing over cobbles, high mountains rain, extreme heat, and even snow. Does being fitter also make you
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I’ve been working on this latest project bike for some time, but it’s definitely been worth the wait.  Built around Look’s entry to the gravel riding scene –  their 765 RS carbon frameset, I added Corima 30.5 carbon allroad wheels, SRAM Force AXS electronic gruppo, ZIPP Service Course SL 70 XPLR handlebar, Zipp Service Course
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Liège-Bastogne-Liège Race Report: The ‘Enfant terrible’ of Belgian cycling, Remco Evenepoel, showed what he is made of on the roads to Liège. With a stunning attack on La Redoute, he left the peloton and passed the break to hit the front and solo to the big win. The last K Uncatchable Evenepoel Remco Evenepoel won
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Our world of cycling offers so much variety, from commuting to work, racing at the local industrial park, singletracking mountains, bikepacking through the Gobi Desert or, if you have an amazing sense of balance, you can impress by riding indoors in circles during the UCI Art Cycling Championships. If you are a sports fan, there
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Gear Break: Wind Collection by La Passione – Insulated thanks to the new active protection technology, Lezyne: Pocket Torque Drive, $50 savings for subscribers – Detroit Bikes spring sale continues, fi’zi:k releases its nexus of comfort and performance – Introducing the Decos, Colnago presents its new C68, an icon of perfection and Michael Blann –
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2022 Liège-Bastogne-Liège Preview: The peloton will battle over the last ‘Monument’ of the spring season on Sunday on the hilly roads between Liège and Bastogne. Ed Hood takes us through the ‘Flemish Ardennes’ for the history, parcours and contenders for ‘La Doyenne’. ‘La Doyenne?’ Why do they call the race, ‘La Doyenne?’‘La Doyenne’ is French
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Just because you’re an endurance athlete, doesn’t mean you’re healthy. You may ride fast, eat well, and look super fit and healthy to all around you, but you want to make sure to get regular health checkups to make sure. Get your health checkup Perhaps it’s because we don’t like thinking about our mortality, or
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The Roubaix Winners Photo Gallery: The 2022 ‘Sunday in Hell’ was maybe one of the most chaotic and probably equalled some of the previous Paris-Roubaix classics for excitement. There is never a dull L’enfer du Nord and a ‘no-one’ never wins. We look back at the winners of the cobbled classic, not all 119 of
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Roubaix Race Report: At the end of a chaotic Paris-Roubaix, Dylan van Baarle crossed to a leading group and then soloed the last 20 kilometres to the finish in Roubaix. Wout van Aert took second place in the sprint form Stefan Küng, Tom Devriendt and Matej Mohorič. The fastest Paris-Roubaix in history – 45.8kph. INEOS
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