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Vuelta a España 2014 stage 10 profile

Vuelta a España 2014 Stage 10 Details

Stage 10 of the Vuelta a España 2014 is a 36.7 km individual time trial stage from Real Monasterio De Santa María De Veruela to Borja.

Over the last few years, individual time trial stages with a hill in the middle of the course became the norm. This stage is no exception. With a departure from Monasterio de Veruela and the finish line in Borja, riders will have to cover 36.7 kilometres and face a 3rd category climb. The timed race will be similar to that which took place in Tarazona last year, where Fabian Cancellara obtained the final victory.
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Colnago C60 - 60th Anniversary Limited Edition

Colnago 60th Anniversary Limited Edition

Colnago is celebrating 60 years of frame production with a special bike, as usual. The new C60 limited edition is based on the chassis of Colnago C60, with some changes. The most obvious modifications are the graphics and paint job, and the titanium plaque with the serial number of each bike.
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BMC Impec Concept road bike

BMC unveils futuristic Impec – a concept road bike at Eurobike

Futuristic, sharp, and maybe a bit weird: over the last few days a lot of people talking about Swiss bike manufacturer BMC’s new Impec concept bike, which unveiled at the Eurobike 2014 in Friedrichschafen, Germany.
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Fausto Coppi and Gino Bartali smoking cigars (featured)

Coppi and Bartali smoking cigars – in “Totò al Giro d’Italia” (video)

Today’s historic photo of the day: Fausto Coppi and Gino Bartali smoking cigars in “Totò al Giro d’Italia” (Totò in Giro d’Italia), a 1948 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Mattoli and starring Totò.
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Octave Lapize walks over the Col du Tourmalet (featured)

You are murderers! Yes, murderers!

Today’s historic photo of the day: the first ever stage ascent of Col du Tourmalet in Tour de France (1910), Octave Lapize of Alcyon team walks over the summit and goes on to win the Tour.
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Ottavio Bottecchia climbing Col du Tourmalet

Ottavio Bottecchia climbing Col du Tourmalet, Tour de France 1924

Today’s historic photo of the day – the legendary Ottavio Bottecchia climbing Col du Tourmalet, stage 6 of the Tour de France 1924.
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Jens Voigt borrows a child's size-bike at Tour de France

Jens Voigt borrows a child’s size bike after crashing his own, Tour de France 2010

Today’s historic photo of the day is about one of the most iconic figures of cycling history – Jens Voigt. When he was riding for Saxo Bank team, he participated to the Tour de France 2010 edition as a domestique to his leaders, the Schleck brothers.
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Team Garmin Sharp

Team Garmin-Sharp will use Cannondale bikes

It’s actually a merge. Cannondale bikes and Slipstream Sports today announced that Cannondale Pro Cycling SpA and Slipstream Sports will join forces in 2015. Cannondale will become a title sponsor and technical bicycle sponsor for the team, with Slipstream Sports becoming the managerial body behind the team.
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Franco Chioccioli climbing Passo di Gavia

Franco Chioccioli on Passo di Gavia, Giro d’Italia 1988

Today’s “historic photo of the day” is: Franco Chioccioli climbing Passo di Gavia, during stage 14 of the Giro d’Italia 1988.
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