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Top 10 Cycling Tips for the New Year
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Top 10 New Year Winter Cycling Tips

Happy New Year to all our visitors and subscribers!

Once the calendar ticks over to the New Year, it's like someone turns on a light switch and the focus on next season takes on a sense of urgency. 

This can lead to asking yourself a very important question: When to begin serious training for the road season?

Kickstart your Motivation with our Top Tips to make 2017 your best Cycling Season ever.

 
Richie Porte to Headline BMC Racing Team in Santos Tour Down Under
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Richie Porte to Headline BMC Racing Team in Santos Tour Down Under

Two-time runner up, Richie Porte is set to headline BMC Racing Team’s seven rider roster at the first UCI WorldTour race of the year, the Santos Tour Down Under.

Experienced team will be riding in support of Porte, including local riders Rohan Dennis and Miles Scotson.

Porte, who finished second overall in 2015 and 2016 and has claimed victory on Willunga Hill on the past three occasions, has his sights set on opening the 2017 season well.

 
2017 North American Gran Fondo, Gravel and Century Rides Revealed
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2017 North American Gran Fondo, Gravel and Century Rides Revealed

2017 events calendar across North America released with over 1,500 dates confirmed so far.

We have the most comprehensive and up to date list of recreational rides including Gran Fondo's, Gravel Grinders, Century Rides and much much more.

It's been an incredible year and 2017 is set to be event bigger as cycling continues to expand globally at an ever increasing pace.

So we hope you had a great Xmas and here's to the New Year!

 
60 Minutes to Air Mechanical Doping Investigation in January
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60 Minutes to Air Mechanical Doping Investigation in January

60 Minutes expected to broadcast investigation into Mechanical Doping around January 28th 2017.

CBS's investigation takes them to Hungary meet the engineer who's widely acknowledged to have invented major mechanical doping systems, Istvan Varjas.

Rumours are that Armstrong’s former teammate Tyler Hamilton and Greg LeMond were also interviewed.