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The Sticky Bidon – September 29, 2011

Interesting cycling items from across the Internet, September 29, 2011 Guesdon To Ride Paris-Roubaix In 2012 Giro d’Italia organisers announce gruelling penultimate stage, Mortirolo and Stelvio feature Brajkovic Headed To Astana? Seen any cool links we missed? Share ‘em in a comment below!

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The Sticky Bidon – June 29, 2011

Interesting cycling items from across the Internet, June 29, 2011 Will Alessandro Petacchi race for Kazakhstan in the future? Giro d’Italia: Zomegnan reported as having been dismissed from post of race director Leipheimer defends racing style on eve of Tour Hincapie Set For Record-equalling Tour De France Seen any cool links we missed? Share ‘em … Continue reading

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Evergreen Garzelli?

  One rider who has impressed me in the last few years is Stefano Garzelli. Perhaps the shadow of his doping positive from 2002 shall haunt him forever, but he is a rare breed of riders who can climb, TT, and sprint well. His palmares certainly prove so. Garzelli began his career as a domestique … Continue reading

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2011 Giro d’Italia – Win, Lose, or Draw

Pavé would like to thank Laekhouse for supporting our coverage of the 2011 Giro d’Italia.   Did the 2011 Giro d’Italia turn out to be a great edition worthy of the 150th anniversary of Italy’s unification? Or was it a political flop that drove riders, teams, and organizers to agony? Here’s a special Giro-edition of … Continue reading

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Monday Musette – Memorial Day Edition

Pavé would like to thank Laekhouse for supporting our coverage of the 2011 Giro d’Italia.   Here’s this week’s (Memorial Day) Monday Musette: 1. Julius, one of Pavé’s Contributors, is putting together a more substantial Giro d’Italia Wrap-Up, but let’s take a minute here—at least until we hear otherwise—and give Saxo Bank’s Alberto Contador some … Continue reading

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Pavé/Laekhouse Colle delle Finestre Contest

We had so much fun with our Cima Coppi contest that we decided to have another! The challenge: pick the winner of the climb over the Colle delle Finestre. Stage 20′s Finestre climb is further proof that Angelo Zomengan and crew are sadists. 19km, with an average gradient in the neighborhood of 9%. As if … Continue reading

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