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Plenty of questions and few answers in Vuelta's first setpiece GC battle

The Vuelta a España s first summit finish on Wednesday has seen Miguel Angel Lopez and his Astana team regain the upper hand in the GC battle, but it is far too soon and his lead is far too precarious for the Colombian to be called the definitive favourite. So much has happened since the Vuelta a España kicked off that it feels far longer than five days since the riders rolled down the opening team time trial ramp in Torreviejas salt mountains last Saturday. But in fact, there are still seven of the races eight summit finishes left to come, plus a major time trial. And even on rolling stages like Sundays stage 2, which could have - maybe - ended in a reduced-bunch sprint, there was far more GC action than anticipated. ADVERTISEMENT After five stages and a rasping attack on the races summit finish of Javalambre, Lopez holds the red jersey by a slender margin of 14 se...

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The Cyclingnews guide to 2019-2020 rider transfers

August 1 marked the start of cyclings official transfer window and, despite a quiet first couple of days, the merry-go-round is now in full swing. Weve already had some high-profile moves, and there are plenty more in the works that are soon to be finalised. As they are, well update this page, making it the place to keep track of all the ins and outs in professional cycling ahead of the 2020 season. AG2R La Mondiale In: Jaakko Hanninen (EC Saint-Etienne Loire), Lawrence Naesen (Lotto Soudal), Andrea Vendrame (Androni Giocattoli-Sidermec), Clément Champoussin (Chambéry Cyclisme Formation), Out: Samuel Dumoulin (retires),Nico Denz (Team Sunweb) ADVERTISEMENT Extended: François Bidard, Julien Duval, Tony Gallopin, Alexis Gougeard, Clément Venturini (all 2021) Stijn Vandenbergh (2020) Astana In: Vadim Pronskiy (Vino-Astana Motors), David...

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Technical TTT kicks off 2019 Vuelta a Espana - Preview

The 2019 Vuelta a España s opening team time trial in Torrevieja is only 13.4 kilometres long, but with technical sections, possible coastal crosswinds and a hidden uphill segment, there are plenty of challenges for the races 22 squads. The Vuelta has started its recent opening time trials on a beach, outside an art museum and even on a giant batea - a raft in Galicia for growing oysters - so its possibly no surprise that Saturdays start location is equally unusual: the edge of a salt lagoon. A quarter of Spains salt comes from Torrevieja, the start town, and one of the stranger features of its 800-year-old industry is that the lagoons where the salt evaporates shine pink and blue because of the minerals they contain. ADVERTISEMENT The Vuelta s opening team time trial rapidly moves away from a lagoon, however (for the record this one shines pink) and gets down to c...

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Viviani: I'm convinced I can repeat the same results at Cofidis

Elia Viviani never seems to stop. The newly crowned European champions road campaign may be winding down at the EuroEyes Cyclassics in Hamburg and the Bretagne Classic over the next two weekends, but the curtain wont fall on his 2019 season until November at the earliest. The demands of qualifying to defend his omnium title at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics have it so. It has ever been thus. One season can easily bleed into the next for a man who toggles between road and track, but Viviani appears to know no other way of existing. He has already had a busy August. A week after completing the Tour de France, he landed the RideLondon Classic. Seven days after that, he claimed victory in the European Championships in Alkmaar. In between, he confirmed his imminent transfer to Cofidis . All in a months work, and there are still miles to ride and promises to keep before he finishes his te...

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The Musette: retro kit, tan sidewalls and more

The Musette is Cyclingnews weekly look at some of the worlds best cycling gear. Well take a look at pro-level equipment, bikes and components, alongside some of the most desirable clothing and newest accessories in the sport. Scroll down for this weeks look at dhbs affordable carbon fibre road shoes, a retro jersey that honours the 30th anniversary of Greg LeMonds 1989 Tour de France victory, a new pair of tan-walled performance tyres from Hutchinson and a simple way to keep your dirty bike away from your clean carpets. dhb Dorica carbon road shoes The dhb Dorica shoes might be a mid-level offering in the dhb shoe range - a step up from their entry level nylon-soled Dorica - but they have an undeniable high-end look and feel about them thanks to their classically styled, lace-up construction and minimalist design. ADVERTISEMENT Hundreds of small ventilation holes r...

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10 riders to watch at the 2019 Vuelta a Espana

With just one day to go until the 2019 Vuelta a España gets under way in Salinas de Torrevieja, Cyclingnews takes a look at ten riders to watch at this years race. Weve already ranked the biggest favourites for the overall victory, but with 176 riders taking the start on Saturday, there will be far more than just the general classification to track over the next three weeks. From sprinters and stage hunters, to climbing specialists and a number of promising young riders, there are plenty of intriguing names to follow.Here are ten of them to keep an eye on at the final Grand Tour of 2019. Tadej Pogacar ( UAE Team Emirates ) There should be no real pressure or expectation on a 20-year-old starting his first Grand Tour. And yet… so good has Tadej Pogacar been in his neo-pro season, its difficult not to get a little excited. ADVERTISEMENT After winning the Tour de l...

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Dygert-Owen: Aiming for the next six Olympic Games

Chloe Dygert-Owen ( Sho-Air Twenty20 ) has fully recovered from a concussion and knee injury that sidelined her from competition for almost a year. In an interview with Cyclingnews , the multi-discipline athlete said shes feeling better than ever after winning performances in the time trial and team pursuit at the Pan American Games. She proved as much, once again, winning the opening stage at the Colorado Classic on Thursday. She is also thinking longterm about her career andaiming to attempt selection to the next six Olympic Games. It was good for me to go to Pan Ams, even just for the track, because I havent raced in a long time, Dygert-Owen said in a phone interview with Cyclingnews ahead of the Colorado Classic. Being on the track again gave me a lot of motivation. Having a good ride in the time trial gave me some confidence, too. It gets harder and harder to come back ...

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