Monthly Archives: April 2011

The Sticky Bidon – April 29, 2011

Interesting cycling items from across the Internet, April 29, 2011 Omega Pharma and Lotto confirm split Lefevere denies merger rumor Hushovd’s agent states no problems exist with Garmin-Cervélo Tom Zirbel Signs With Jamis-Sutter Home | Cyclingnews.com Seen any cool links we missed? Share ‘em in the comments below!

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Giro 2011: Geox-TMC Leaders Prep for the TT

As we’ve mentioned before, one of the interesting situations about Geox-TMC’s sponsorship deal is they’re able to use products across the ASI product line, including opting for the distinctive Kestrel 4000 over the Fuji D-6. Both Carlos Sastre and Denis Menchov hit the wind tunnel to fine tune their time trial positions on their Kestrels, … Continue reading

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The Sticky Bidon – April 28, 2011

Interesting cycling items from across the Internet, April 28, 2011 Jens Voigt Soundboard | JVA Giro working on new super cols with peaks above 23% Damiani left the Omega, will be the manager of the Lampre ISD Seen any cool links we missed? Share ‘em in the comments below!

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The Sticky Bidon – April 27, 2011

Interesting cycling items from across the Internet, April 27, 2011 Evans Believes In Tour De France Chances Regardless Of Contador Vaughters Waiting For Thomas Dekker's Physiological Data Tom Boonen and Philippe Gilbert visit Copenhagen Worlds course We Can Meet Heroes « Rouleur Magazine Seen any cool links we missed? Share ‘em in the comments below!

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Can Philippe Gilbert Win All Five Monuments?

  After Fabian Cancellara won last year’s Ronde-Roubaix double, the talk immediately turned to whether or not the Swiss rider could win all five Monuments—adding Liege-Bastogne-Liege and the Tour of Lombardy to his résumé. This year, following his his historic “quadruple”, Philippe Gilbert—the most versatile of today’s classic specialists—is the latest to possess a legitimate … Continue reading

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2011 Tour of Romandie – Mid-Race Preview

  The 65th edition of the Tour of Romandie began Tuesday, with Euskaltel’s Jonathan Castroviejo taking the race’s first leader’s jersey with a win in the technical 3.5-km Prologue through the streets of Martigny. For years, Romandie was the final piece of the pre-Giro puzzle for anyone hoping to contend for the maglia rosa in … Continue reading

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