Cycling Weekly

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Sky sticks with 2013 Tour de France-winning bikes

Team Sky mechanic Alan Williams reflects briefly. “The only things that have changed from last year are the US-designed Stages power crank and the Stages head unit. And we’re using…

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Lapierre Aircode and Pulsium road bikes

Making its debut on the cobbles at Paris-Roubaix under FDJ.fr this year, the Pulsium has a clear raison d’être — one look at the curved tubing and it’s easy to…

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British Cycling to return to track roots

Great Britain’s recent success on the road has presented national team managers with a problem: how do they attract the current crop of talented young British riders onto the boards.…

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The rise of
 cycle cafes

The march of British cycle cafes seems irrepressible. According to CW calculations, of the 40 or so cafes we’ve featured in our occasional cafe guides, 14 opened in 2013, with…