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Breaking Away – Will Garmin’s Breakthrough Spring Continue?

  There is still much discussion (criticism, praise, etc.) of Garmin-Cervelo’s tactics and results in the Ronde and Paris-Roubaix.  A forward-looking question is whether their breakthrough spring season will continue as we switch gears to the Ardennes.  This season’s infusion of talent, notably the heads of state from the former Cervelo TestTeam, arguably has strengthened … Continue reading

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The Sticky Bidon – March 3, 2011

Interesting cycling items from across the Internet, March 3, 2011 Hesjedal To Make Paris-Nice Debut Follow the Badger | Rapha A conversation with Alexi Grewal: Off and running Radio Ban To Go Forward After UCI/AIGCP Meeting Everyone Into the Pool | Boulder Report Seen any cool links we missed? Share ‘em in the comments below!

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2011 Team-by-Team Season Preview: Garmin-Cervélo

Each year, Pavé previews the upcoming road season with a countdown of the top-20 teams in the sport. We pick things up today with #5. #5 – Team Garmin-Cervélo With one huge exception, no team made a bigger splash this past off-season than Garmin-Cervélo.  By joining forces with the backbone of the Cervélo TestTeam—a move … Continue reading

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2010 Team-By-Team Season Review: #7

#7 – Garmin-Transitions (Preview Ranking: 13) What We Said: While on the rise, Garmin’s still not quite there when compared to the truly elite teams in the sport.  There’s enough potential on the roster to easily make Jonathan Vaughters’ squad one of the top five or six in the world, but until we start seeing … Continue reading

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2010 Tour de France – Stage 17 Wrap-Up

In the end, today’s stage was perhaps a bit anti-climatic, as first Andy Schleck and then Alberto Contador proved unable to shake the other on the Tourmalet.  Clearly, these two are the cream of this year’s Tour de France crop—and considering how only 8 seconds separetes them, we’re on the verge of one of the … Continue reading

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