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Mark Cavendish picks up his first victory of the season by winning a bunch sprint and now leads the race's overall standings.
- Sky off to hot start in 2016
- Stevens sets a date for hour record ride
- Cavendish could scrap Rio plans
- UCI's bike rules are less relevant than ever
- Kristoff concerned about Katusha doping woes
- Legally Speaking: Group ride etiquette
- Froome wins Herald Sun Tour after solo attack
- Dubai Gallery: Unstoppable Kittel wins overall
- Pro bike: Alex Dowsett's Canyon
- Kittel sprints to overall title in Dubai
Qatar snubs Etixx—Quick-Step for discipline problems
Race officials say Belgian team repeatedly tardy, disrespected female race employee
Pro bike: Wiggins' sleek Pinarello
Bradley Wiggins pairs his aero Dogma F8 frame with SRAM eTap wireless shifting and Zipp 404 tubulars.
Cancellara shrugs off motor talk
Cancellara, the subject of a 2010 video about hidden motors, gives his take on the technological fraud discovered at the ’cross worlds.
Explainer: Prosecuting technological fraud
Motorized bikes are not a direct equivalent of physiological doping, so how will the UCI deal with cheaters?
Niels Albert: The next chapter
Albert emerges as a successful coach and mentor, finding real satisfaction in his new work, despite ending his racing career early due to a
UCI's bike rules are less relevant than ever
For the first time, what pro racers ride and what everyone else buys are not the same.
Pro bike: Alex Dowsett's Canyon
Former hour record holder Alex Dowsett rides this aerodynamic Canyon Aeroad CF SLX
Vintage bike video: Ross Shafer talks Salsa
Salsa founder Ross Shafer talks shop, with one of the first Salsa mountain bikes on hand
- Ask a Mechanic: Maintaining cables and housing
- Whoa bike: Vinokourov's golden Dubai ride
- Pro bike: Wiggins' sleek Pinarello
- Tech FAQ: running SRAM brakes with Di2
- Why not? The story behind Speedplay
- Clash of the Titans: Madone vs. Venge
- Ask a Mechanic: MTB upgrades
- Cycling's industrial revolution
- Tech FAQ: Tubular tires and rolling resistance
- Week in Tech: Cucumber-flavored GU
Kittel sprints to overall title in Dubai
Marcel Kittel held off Ella Viviani and Mark Cavendish to win the final stage and overall in Dubai
Lobato climbs to Dubai stage win
Juan Jose Lobato takes the third stage at the Dubai Tour as Trek – Segafredo rider Giacomo Nizzolo surges into the overall lead.
Van Dijk wins stage 3 in Ladies Tour of Qatar
Ellen van Dijk solos away from a large breakaway to win stage 3 of Ladies Tour of Qatar; Trixi Worrack assumes GC lead.
- Viviani wins stage 2 in Dubai
- Garfoot wins Qatar stage 2, assumes GC lead
- Kittel edges Cavendish in Dubai opener
- Qatar: Kirsten Wild sprints to stage 1 win
- Fat bike tribe crowns Squire, Beisel as world champs
- Greipel claims second Mallorca win
- Van Aert wins thrilling worlds in Zolder
- Iserbyt wins U23 worlds after Toupalik celebrates early
- Cancellara is back: Swiss star wins in Mallorca
- De Jong claims women's CX title