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1. Giro d’Italia 2008 preview
Our essential guide to the first grand tour of 2008 has proved to be your current top pick. We give you all the details of this year’s route, complete with map and guide to the key stages…

2. High Road: Why no Tour of Spain?
When the line-up of the 2008 Tour of Spain was announced this week the absence of High Road from the line-up of the 2008 Tour of Spain constituted the biggest surprise…

3. Hamilton, Sevilla and Botero in Georgia
Last week’s Tour de Georgia (April 21-27) was Rock Racing’s first real chance to get their assembled collection of biking ‘bad boys’ into the international media spotlight by actually riding their bikes…

4. Giro d’Italia 2008: Who will win?
We stick our neck out and predict who will make a dent on the top ten of this year’s Tour of Italy…

5. Giro confirms Astana invite, NGC left out
The organizers of the Giro d’Italia have confirmed that Astana will take part in the three-week race, replacing the Italian NGC team…

6. Biological passport shows 23 riders with potentially suspect values
It only started up this January, but the biological passport program has already revealed 23 riders with potentially suspect samples, the UCI said…

7. Yates and Astana make last minute dash to Giro
Yates will be directing Astana – together with Kazakh Alexandre Schefer – in the Tour of Italy this Saturday. But he only found out – as did the rest of the team – that he was going last Friday…

8. Petacchi out of Giro d’Italia, Astana in
Alessandro Petacchi will not take part in the Giro d’Italia but it seems that the Astana team almost definitely will…

9. The Tuesday Comment: May 6
Astana in the Giro, stripping Vino of his Tour stages, a trip to the Chas Messenger and Boris for London, Boris for cycling…

10. Hammond back to racing in Dunkirk
After a three-week break, Roger Hammond is back in race action on Tuesday in the Four Days of Dunkirk…