Monthly Archives: September 2011

First Look – Sven Nys’s 2011/2012 Kit

Here’s a first look at the kit that Sven Nys (former World Champion, eight-time Belgian National Champion, and winner of eight consecutive GvA Trofees, among many other honors) will be wearing for the 2011/2012 season. Landboukredit’s green and gold is simple and straightforward, but we particularly like the Belgian tricolor striping throughout the kit – … Continue reading

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International Cyclocross Power Rankings – Week #1

1. Zdenek Stybar  has yet to start his season, but considering his ability to dominate, it’s hard to move him from the top spot – even if it’s just predictive. 2. Kevin Pauwels took the win in Belgium’s first cross race of the season, at Steenbergcross last weekend. A fine start to the season for the … Continue reading

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Discuss: Can Gilbert Win Worlds?

  As leader of the 9-rider Belgian National Team, can Philippe Gilbert overcome a sprinter’s parcours to win Sunday’s World Championship Road Race? Discuss.

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The Sticky Bidon – September 22, 2011

Interesting cycling items from across the Internet, September 22, 2011 Riis Willing To Talk Again To Cancellara Vinokourov to ride on in 2012 Aldag Talking To Quick Step Seen any cool links we missed? Share ’em in the comments below!

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Discuss: Is Cancellara Still the World’s Best?

  After losing individual time trials to Tony Martin at the Tour de France, Vuelta a Espana, and now, the World Championships, is  Fabian Cancellara no longer the world’s best against the clock? Has the mantle been passed? Discuss.

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North American Cyclocross – Power Ranking #2

On the heels of our Week in Review, here’s this week’s North American Cyclocross Power Ranking. With European riders spending some time in the United States it’s worth a bit of clarification on what riders get sorted where. Bart Wellens, for example, is conspicuously absent despite his dominant performance in the US over the past … Continue reading

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