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Pro Continental Team Sponsors Explained

When the Aqua Blue Sport team imploded last year a common response was “I didn’t know what the sponsor did” which partly explains why the Irish team’s attempts to create an online shop didn’t work out. But what of all the others, know your Androni from your Bardiani  Can you buy some Correndon, Wanty or […]...


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La Gazzetta Dello Sport reports that Ecopetrol could be the sponsor to replace Sky, that it could lead a collection of Colombian firms who would take over and turn Team Sky into a Colombian vehicle. It’s an oxymoronic name for a firm but as a Twitter correspondent explains it comes from Empresa COlombiana de PETROLeos or […]...


The Wealthiest People in Pro Cycling, Part II

A professor once joked that the exams for his university course always had the same questions, the difficulty for him and the students alike was that the answers kept changing. The story of the wealthy people in cycling is similar, many of same types remain, it’s just their fortunes vary. Following the team owners in […]...


Tuesday Shorts

A look at a few stories in and around the sport… Mario Cipollini has used his Instagram account to call on Italian deputy prime minister Matteo Salvini to help launch an Italian World Tour team and the post got copy-pasted written up in La Gazzetta Dello Sport too. “Cipo” has a point because Italy has […]...


Film Review: Wonderful Losers

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The Wealthiest People in Pro Cycling

Forget Peter Sagan and his reported €6 million a year salary, this is about those who are so wealthy they’re not salaried. The aim here isn’t to gawk at their cash but to observe where much of the money in the sport comes from and where these people want to go with their investments. In […]...


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