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Early Season Sprinting

If you’ve been watching the races that mark the start of the professional cycling season, you may notice a certain level of chaos that distinguishes these early season races from the more well-organized sprints that happen in later in the season. While a bunch sprint is one of the more dangerous things one can do … Continue reading

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The Sticky Bidon – February 7, 2011

Interesting cycling items from across the Internet, February 7, 2011 Mark Cavendish has second bad fall of season in Tour of Qatar Super Bowl – Alexi Grewal The Insider #2: “Dude, are you that stupid?” Heard on the Radio Van Petegem's Flemish Guesthouse Heinrich Haussler | 'Crashes do happen, but not like that. I certainly … Continue reading

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2010 Team-By-Team Season Review: #14

#14(tie) – BMC Racing Team (Preview Ranking: #5) & Cervélo Test Team (Preview Ranking: #2) What We Said (BMC): The new-and-improved BMC Racing Team is the first of two Professional Continental teams in the top-5, proof that a Pro Tour license isn’t the only key to success. Jim Ochowicz must have had quite a bit … Continue reading

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A Closer Look – Haussler and Wiggins

You can forgive the cycling news media for giving Heinrich Haussler the dubious honor of having what’s probably the highest ratio of headlines to race results this year. For Haussler, 2009 was a break-out year: stage wins at Volta ao Algarve and Paris-Nice set the stage for a strong spring. Second place finishes at Milan-San … Continue reading

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Monday Musette – Swiss Wrap-up, Crashes, Protests, and (Un)Invitations

School’s finally out for the summer, so expect to see Pavé back to a more frequent/regular post schedule. There’s also a new site design in the works, so keep checking back for changes, updates, and possibly a new address (don’t worry, I won’t surprise you with that). As always, your constructive feedback are always appreciated—I … Continue reading

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Monday Musette – Weekend Racing, Doing the Double, and Transfers

Here’s this week’s Musette—finally on the proper day too! 1. The renamed Criterium du Dauphiné kicked-off yesterday with a 6.8-kilometer Prologue in Evian-les-Bains. Alberto Contador won the event over young American Tejay Van Garderen and Radio Shack’s Janez Brajkovic. While Contador’s win was impressive, he was quick to play it down, bluntly stating he has … Continue reading

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