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Weekend Preview – The Giro Hits the Mountains and the ATOC Heads to Hollywood

With mountain action from Italy and the final two days of the 2010 Amgen Tour of California, this weekend looks to be the most exciting since April.  Let’s take a look at what’s in store: 1.  The Giro was turned on its head Wednesday when a large group of riders broke away from the main … Continue reading

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Monday Musette – Milan-San Remo Wrap-up

Saturday’s Milan-San Remo went-off without a hitch–despite the weather’s best attempts to ruin the day. After 298 kilometers of racing in cold, rainy conditions, it was a Spaniard who ended-up with the victory. Funny how two men from warmer, sunnier climates have taken wins in two of the season’s grimiest races thus far. Here’s what … Continue reading

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Paris-Nice & Tirreno-Adriatico Live Streams

Here are to USA-friendly links to live streams of today’s racing in France and Italy.  They’re a bit slow, but better than nothing. Enjoy!

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Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne – Live Stream

Click here for a live stream of today’s race–it works in the USA.  Classic weather–the race has been shortened by 20km! Enjoy!

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Omloop Het Nieuwsblad Live Stream

This link seems to be working–for now–in the USA. Enjoy!

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And it begins! – Pavé’s Belgian Opening Weekend Preview

The season finally begins this weekend with Belgium’s Omloop Het Niuewsblad and Kuurne-Brussels-Kuurne, the two opening dates on the Belgian calendar—and the unofficial beginning to the official road season in Europe. Saturday’s the featured event, as the Omloop and is longer and more difficult than Kuurne. That said, with only a few exceptions, most riders … Continue reading

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