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  • Cycling-Quintana continues fine form with Romandie triumph

    Nairo Quintana won the Tour de Romandie on Sunday to once again stamp his credentials to become the first South American winner of the Tour de France later this year. The brilliant Colombian prevailed in the six-day race after a rain-soaked final stage won by Orica-GreenEdge's Swiss rider Michael…

  • Transform your boring bike into an eBike in 60 seconds with the GeoOrbital Wheel

    As many popular transportation options make the switch to electric, bicycles are definitely not getting left behind. But if you aren’t interested in splurging on a fully electric bike, a company called GeoOrbital may just have the perfect solution for you. The GeoOrbital wheel is a fully contained…

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  • Cycling-Road-WorldTour Ranking standings

    May 1 (Infostrada Sports) - Standings from the WorldTour Ranking 1. Peter Sagan (Slovakia / Tinkoff) 329 2. Nairo Quintana (Colombia / Movistar) 285 3. Alberto Contador (Spain / Tinkoff) 280 4. Richie Porte (Australia / BMC Racing) 222 5. Ilnur Zakarin (Russia / Katusha) 211 6. Sergio Henao…

  • Cycling-Voeckler wins Tour of Yorkshire after sprint finish

    Thomas Voeckler, the popular French veteran rider, secured overall victory in the Tour de Yorkshire on Sunday with a sprint finish triumph in the 198km final stage from Middlesbrough to Scarborough. Voeckler, the 36-year-old Direct Energie rider, demonstrated all his vast experience in the…

  • Quintana wins Tour of Romandie; Albasini gets stage win

    GENEVA (AP) -- Nairo Quintana protected his overall lead to win the Tour of Romandie on Sunday after a final stage won by race specialist Michael Albasini.

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  • Cycling-Road-Tour de Romandie final classification

    May 1 (Infostrada Sports) - Final Classification from Tour de Romandie on Sunday 1. Nairo Quintana (Colombia / Movistar) 16:20:20" 2. Thibaut Pinot (France / FDJ) +19" 3. Jon Izagirre (Spain / Movistar) +23" 4. Ilnur Zakarin (Russia / Katusha) +26" 5. Tom Dumoulin (Netherlands / Giant) +57" 6. Rui…