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Can UAE Team Emirates rebuild Fabio Aru?

After a disastrous 2018 in which he faltered at virtually every turn, Fabio Aru is quietly attempting to put his career back on track. Earlier this month, at a wind tunnel testing facility at Silverstone, the UAE Team Emirates rider sat down with Cyclingnews to talk about last year, if lessons were learned, and where he hopes to be when this years Giro dItalia swings into range. Aru has just wrapped up a batch of aerodynamic tests on his time trial back when he walks down the hallway of the For...


Rigoberto Uran's 2019 Cannondale SystemSix - Gallery

After kicking off his season with a stage victory at his home race in Colombia, Rigoberto Uran (EF Education First) had less luck in Paris-Nice, crashing out on stage 2 and breaking his collarbone in the process. The Giro dItalia and Tour de France podium finisher competed at the Tour Colombia 2.1 race with the aerodynamic Cannondale SuperSix Disc, as well as opting for the Cannondale SuperSix Evo climbing bike equipped with rim brakes for the more climbing-focused stages of the race. The ...


Dutch Dominance: What makes the Netherlands so successful?

Isabel Best is the author of Queens of Pain: Legends and Rebels of Cycling, and has contributed to Cyclingnews with feature stories Vital Statistics, Can women race a three-week Grand Tour and International Womens Day: 7 remarkable women who made their mark on cyclings history. You can follow more of Bests historical writing on Cyclingnews during the 2019 season. The colour la mode of spring/summer 2018 was orange. Seen everywhere that mattered, it continued into autumn/winter, and looks set ...


Wout van Aert's Bianchi Oltre XR4 - Gallery

Wout van Aert began a three-year, full-time road contract with Team Jumbo-Visma at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad before finishing third at Strade Bianche last weekend. The three-time cyclo-cross world champion is racing his 2019 Classics season aboard the semi-aero Bianchi Oltre XR4. Jumbo-Visma are one of a number of teams to run Shimano components, with the teams selection extending to drivetrain, shifting, brakes, pedals, wheels and even shoes. The iconic celeste blue of Bianchi adorns the frameset...


Kwiatkowski still dreams of winning Tour de France

Team Skys Michal Kwiatkowski might be softly spoken, but he has never shied away from a challenge. The Polish road race champion is a rider who has been able to turn his hand to just about anything over the years, but one thing remains on his bucket list, or what he calls his moon-shot plan: overall victory at the Tour de France. Since turning professional with RadioShack back in 2011, Kwiatkowskis wins have included Tirreno-Adriatico, Milan-San Remo, Strade Bianche, Amstel Gold, and E3 Harelbe...


5 riders to watch at the 2019 Tirreno-Adriatico

Established as a preparation race for Milan-San Remo, Tirreno-Adriatico seems to return to those roots in 2019. RCS Sport has, for now at least, eschewed its recent tradition of including a mountaintop finish in the Apennines, instead preferring to stitch together a series of finales that offer sprinters and puncheurs alike ample opportunity to shine. The 2019 Tirreno-Adriatico still offers something to men with Grand Tour ambitions, mind, as the race is once again bookended by time trials: a 2...