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Two Days to Register for L’Eroica, the Original Big Italian Ride

January 29, 2014
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Two Days to Register for L’Eroica, the Original Big Italian Ride

We don’t know about you, but we’re ditching the Gran Fondo New York for the real thing in Italy this year, l’Eroica in Tuscany. But you’ll have to move fast: registration for the October 5, 2014 event held in the Chianti wine region of Italy opens on Feb. 1, and slots are sure to...
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Female Bike Racers Quit Giro Della Toscana Due to Traffic Dangers

September 21, 2013
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Female Bike Racers Quit Giro Della Toscana Due to Traffic Dangers

Sept. 20, 2013–By Jen Benepe Officials Overheard saying “These are good enough conditions for women.” Female professional bike racers registered their protest against a top ranking Italian race after two stages that left many of them angry and afraid because of unfettered motorist traffic around them. On the last day of the four stage Giro della...
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Selling Bike Tours for a Living

July 29, 2013
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Selling Bike Tours for a Living

Here’s an ideal job we found in Outdoor Jobs–for the touring cyclist at heart. It’s creating sales for bike tours in Italy, and you may have the chance to tour with them as well. The only catch–when you tour with them, you’ll be away from home for long periods of time, riding your bicycle,...
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Santambrogio Tests Positive for EPO

June 3, 2013
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Santambrogio Tests Positive for EPO

Italian rider Mauro Santambrogio of the Vini Fantini-Selle Italia team has returned an adverse analytical finding for EPO from an anti-doping test carried on the opening day of the Giro d’Italia, said the International Cycling Union, UCI. Danilo Di Luca had also failed an out of competition test taken before the start of the race, making...
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Giro D’Italia TV Schedule Worldwide

May 3, 2013
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Giro D’Italia TV Schedule Worldwide

TV SCHEDULE UNITED STATES:The Giro d’Italia starts May 4, and will be broadcast starting at 9:45 AM on beIN Sport US. Last year, the Giro was won by by Canada’s Ryder Hesjedal of Garmin-Barracuda, becoming the first Canadian rider to win a Grand Tour event and the second non-European rider to win the Giro (the first being Andrew Hampsten in 1988) according to...
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UCI Professional Race Tour Schedule

April 12, 2013
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UCI Professional Race Tour Schedule

Below is the schedule for all the big European professional bike races this year, all of them held under the auspices of the International Cycling Union (UCI). Tourists and fans are allowed to travel to parts of these races and stand on the side of the road, climb or finish and watch the race...
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UCI Amateur and Master Races in Europe, Asia, South America 2013

April 12, 2013
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UCI Amateur and Master Races in Europe, Asia, South America 2013

Love the wobbly wheel in the start for the time trial. Also, isn’t that Mary Ann Miller of Century Road Club Association in there somewhere? The video is a sales piece for one of the UCI-endorsed races for amateurs and masters who love the idea of being in the Tour de France, Tour de...
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Lemond in Bid for Top UCI Post

December 4, 2012
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Lemond in Bid for Top UCI Post

Greg Lemond, the man who was the first American to win multiple Tour de France races says he is vying for the top post at the International Cycling Union. In an interview with French newspaper Le Monde about whether he was prepared to run for president of the Swiss based union against incumbent Pat McQuaid, the 51-year-old...
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Ferrari and Cadel Evans Linked

October 22, 2012
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Ferrari and Cadel Evans Linked

Cadel Evans, 2011 Tour de France winner is alleged to have consulted Dr. Michele Ferrari, the now tainted doctor in the doping allegation scandals rocking the world cycling scene. The consultation is alleged to have taken place in 2000, and no discussion was entered about utilizing banned substances, according to the Aussie rider. The...
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Tour de France 2012 Predictions

June 30, 2012
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Tour de France 2012 Predictions

By Jen Benepe, June 30, 2012 This year’s Tour de France starts today, and the biggest buzz surrounds predictions about who will win. With favorites Andy Schleck out with a broken pelvis and planning for competition in the Olympics, and Alberto Contador out for penalties from the Court of Arbitration for Sport for alleged...
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Ryder Hesjedal, and the Garmin-Barracuda Misfits

May 31, 2012
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Ryder Hesjedal, and the Garmin-Barracuda Misfits

Canadian Ryder Hesjedal, the winner of the Giro d’Italia last week showed the world that it can be done without doping. Hesjedal’s team, Garmin-Barracuda which was started by Jonathan Vaughters, prides itself on its anti-doping stance, according to an article in the Wall Street Journal about the team published today. Hesjedal put in a...
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Australian Cyclist Killed While Training in Italy

July 7, 2011
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Australian Cyclist Killed While Training in Italy

Carly Hibberd was involved in a fatal crash while training in Italy yesterday. The 26-year-old from Sherwood in Queensland was on a training ride north of Milan on Wednesday morning Italian time when she was struck by a car. Emergency services flew to the scene by helicopter but were unable to save her and...
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Weylandt’s Death at the Giro Shakes Cycling World

May 10, 2011
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Weylandt’s Death at the Giro Shakes Cycling World

Reforms being Proposed while Stage Four is Neutralized Leopard Trek Team to Stay in Race May 10, 2011 Belgian cyclist Wouter Weylandt crashed in stage three of the Giro yesterday and died from his injuries. The Leopard Trek team member was only 15 miles from the finish of the 107.5 mile stage in a...
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Eight Cyclists Killed in Italy

December 6, 2010
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Eight Cyclists Killed in Italy

Photo: Reuters Eight cyclists were killed by a driver on drugs in southern Italy yesterday, according to international news reports. A speeding motorist high on marijuana driving with his son in the car plowed through a group of riders on their Sunday ride in the area of Marinella a Sant’Eufemia. Following the carnage, twisted bicycles...
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In the News

Cookson Still Endorsing Cycling Move to Winter Olympics

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In the News — April 9, 2014 UCI cycling  head Brian Cookson has reiterated his desire to discuss the re-allocation of select Summer Olympic...
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