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Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey stages 7-8: Henderson makes top 5 finish

May 5th, ‘14.  The last two days of the Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey raised much in the way of action as the sprinters took to the fore and Orica GreenEdge’s Adam Yates looked to defend his overall victory for possibly the biggest win in his career. 

Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey stage 5: Viviani beats Cavendish

May 2nd, ’14.  For the first time in this year’s Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey the train of Omega Pharma-Quick Step and their team sprinter have been defeated.  The man to turn the tables was Cannondale’s Elia Viviani, who just got the better of his rival in the sprint on the streets of Turgutreis after 177km. 

Liege-Bastogne-Liege: what they said . . .

April 30th, ’14.  Daniel Martin lends his sentiments post-crash, Simon Clarke talks about going back to school, Kwiatkowski talks patience, our hearts break for Giampaolo Caruso; and more . . . 

Simon Gerrans: Australian history maker

April 29th, ’14.  While our corner of the world slept just two nights ago, an Australian in Belgium was busy making history.  The 100th edition of Liege-Bastogne-Liege saw Orica GreenEdge's Simon Gerrans take his first ever Ardennes Classic win, but more than that it was Australia's first ever victory in La Doyenne.

Liege-Bastogne-Liege: Gerrans grabs glory

April 28th, '14.  Australia’s Simon Gerrans has achieved what has until now been unattainable, the Orica GreenEDGE rider has at last won an Ardennes classic.  In a hectic finish that saw several riders vying for the win, Gerrans grabbed the win in the sprint ahead of Alejandro Valverde of Movistar and Michal Kwiatkowski of Omega Pharma-Quick Step.

Liege-Bastogne-Liege preview: the spring classics curtain falls
April 26th, '14.  The spring classics are nearly done.  In just a few days attention will cease to be on racing in Belgium, the cobbled classics of Wevelgem and Flanders, the Ardennes classics of Amstel Gold and Wallonne; and eyes will shift to three weeks in Italy, three weeks in France and the stage races between.
Giro del Trentino stage 4: Bennett takes 12th overall while Evans secures win

April 26th, '14.  The four day Giro del Trentino came to a close last night, with Cadel Evans of BMC Racing securing the overall win.  The Australian finished 41 seconds behind stage winner Mikel Landa of Astana, keeping enough time to remain in the pink leader's jersey.  

Fleche Wallonne: what they said . . .

April 25th, '14.  Ardennes classic number two is done, what did the riders and crew have to say about it?

Fleche Wallonne: Valverde soars in finale
April 24th, '14.  Alejandro Valverde of Movistar has won Fleche Wallonne for the second time in his career.  The 33 year old last won the race back in 2006 and since then has come close often but this time he hit the jackpot, timing his effort on the Mur de Huy just right.
Giro del Trentino stage 1: BMC on form in opening team time trial
GIRO DEL TRENTINO  foto DANIELE Mosna282April 23rd, '14.  Daniel Oss of BMC Racing pulled on the first leader’s jersey of this year’s Giro del Trentino after his team blasted around the 14.3km course of the opening team time trial to win stage one by 5 seconds.  
Amstel Gold Race: what they said . . .

April 21st, 2014.  So after gathering their collective breaths after the final climb of the Mur de Huy, what did the riders and team staff themselves have to say at the end of the 49th Amstel Gold Race?

Fleche Wallonne preview: Mur matters

April 21st, '14.  The second of the three hilly classics around this time of the year, Fleche Wallonne is traditionally regarded as the slightly smaller of the three; but that is not to say that it lacks prestige, for it carries that in spades.  The race has a pretty predictable feel to it - the winning move is virtually always on the final ascent of the infamous Mur de Huy - who will have the legs to make the winning move is far less certain.

Amstel Gold Race: Gilbert for three
April 21st, '14.  There was nothing that anyone could do, once Philippe Gilbert of BMC Racing decided he was going he was gone.  The Belgian former world champion attacked early on the final climb of the Cauberg and sailed away from all comers everywhere.
Amstel Gold Race preview: THE OUTSIDERS?

amstel-gold-race 75April 20th, 14It’s always a mighty difficult thing predicting a winner of a bike race.  Take the Amstel Gold Race for example.  There are some 200 riders there, all handpicked by their teams for this event, technically any of them could win.  

Tour du Loir stage 4: Guldhammer wins as Briggs keeps lead

April 20th, '14.  The penultimate stage of the Tour du Loir et Cher E Provost did live up to some of its expectations, with large time gaps between first and last place; but it was surprising to see that a large peloton still contested out the win on the difficult and testing course. 

Winston-Salem: Kiesanowski best placed Kiwi as Olds wins in sprint

April 19th, '14.  91km and nearly 5,000ft of climbing saw more than thirty of the original field drop out during the day’s racing, but for Ale Cipollini’s Shelley Olds the day was cause for celebration as she took just under two and a half hours to win the Winston-Salem Cycling Classic.

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