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Cycling news and results from the Rest of the World.

Viviani gets the perfect gift on his birthday

Elia Viviani couldn't have asked for a better present on the day he turned 29, as the Quick-Step Floors rider combined physical presence, positioning, timing and speed – after a flawless display of his teammates – and sailed to...

Gaviria repeats in Palmira

Quick-Step Floors is on fire this week and doesn't waste any opportunity in taking advantage of the superb form and momentum that is currently enjoying. After Fernando Gaviria opened his Colombia Oro y Paz campaign with a convincing win...

Women’s Madison brings parity to Track Cycling Worlds

The Madison is one of the oldest and most exciting events in track racing, with the Men's Madison traditionally closing out the UCI Track Cycling World Championships. For the 2017 Championships in Hong Kong (April 12-16), a Women's Madison...

Dayer Quintana wins in Manizales; Nairo takes 2nd overall at Oro y Paz

The Movistar Team ended their first-ever appearance with a full team on a high note at the 1st edition of the Colombia Oro y Paz, and only a short miss in the final general classification prevented the Eusebio Unzué-managed...

Matteo Dal-Cin Powers to Stage Win

Rally Cycling dominated stage one of the Tour of the Gila with Matteo Dal-Cin powering away on a small climb with two kilometers remaining to win the stage by six seconds. Behind Dal-Cin, Rally Cycling stacked the top ten...

2017 Amgen Tour of California: Double joy for Kittel on opening day

Marcel Kittel scored his 80th career pro win in dominant fashion on stage 1 of the Tour of California, which this year is part of the World Tour calendar for the first time since its inception. Riding the US...

Descending skills a winning formula

Superior descending skills proved to be the winning formula for Dunedin’s Brad Evans and Christchurch cyclist Sharlotte Lucas, who broke the women’s course record in today’s 100 kilometre Christchurch to Akaroa cycle race, Le Race. Evans rode a smart tactical...

Asian nations gaining strength on the track

When the UCI Track Cycling World Championships presented by Tissot get underway in Hong Kong on April 12th, it will be only the second time the event has taken place in Asia, after Japan in 1990, at Green Dome...

Gaviria completes Colombia Oro y Paz hat-trick of victories

Fernando Gaviria consolidated his overall lead at the inaugural edition of Colombia Oro y Paz – to the delight of the home fans – capping off a flawless first half of the race after sweeping up all three flat...

Dream day for Dimension Data as Debesay wins

The 4th stage, and Queen stage of the Tour de Langkawi couldn't have gone any better for Team Dimension Data for Qhubeka as Mekseb Debesay won a top the Cameron Highlands. Cameron Bayley (IsoWhey Sports) was 2nd with our...

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