Paris-Roubaix 2013 Route and Cobbled Sectors with Ratings

Paris-Roubaix organizer ASO (Amaury Sport Organisation) has officially announced the ratings of 27 cobbled sectors in 2013 edition of the race. This year the route is 254.5 km in total, and the peloton will have to ride on the cobbles a total of 52.6 km.

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BMC impec Lamborghini 50th Anniversary Edition

2013 is the 50th anniversary of the Italian manufacturer of luxury sports cars Lamborghini. To celebrate it, The Swiss bicycle manufacturer BMC and Lamborghini launched a 50th Anniversary Edition of BMC impec Lamborghini.
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Milan-San Remo 2013: Ciolek brings to MTN-Qhubeka its first WorldTour victory

Gerald Ciolek, German rider of South African MTN-Qhubeka won the first classic and monumental of the year, Milan-San Remo 2013, “la primavera”. It was the South African team’s first-ever WorldTour victory. Ciolek won the sprint against Peter Sagan of Cannondale, who finished second, and Fabian Cancellara of RadioShack-Leopard, who completed the podium.

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Pinarello DOGMA 65.1 Campagnolo 80th Anniversary Special Edition

The famous Italian bicycle manufacturer Pinarello has released another special edition bike: DOGMA 65.1 Campagnolo 80th Anniversary Special Edition.
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Kadri wins 2013 Roma Maxima

Blel Kadri (Ag2r la Mondiale) won the 2013 Roma Maxima after being in the break of the race and spending a total of 127 km out front. Filippo Pozzato of Lampre Merida won the sprint in the chasing bunch and finished in second, but he believed he had won the race and threw his arms in the air as a victorious gesture. Grega Bole of Vacansoleil-DCM finished in third.

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Is Indurain another Tour de France winner who doped?

According to reports published on cycling news today, 5-time Tour de France winner Miguel Indurain and his Banesto team worked with Dr. Francesco Conconi in the nineties.

Cycling News wrote today that highly respected Italian anti-doping expert Sandro Donati claims to have evidence that Indurain and his Banesto team worked with Dr. Francesco Conconi in the nineties. Donati told nos.nl that Conconi “had contracts with Banesto for high amounts.” (Sandro Donati now works as a researcher with the WADA – World Anti-Doping Agency)

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