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ペーター・サガン(スロバキア、ティンコフ・サクソ)らを抑えたグレッグ・ファンアフェルマート(ベルギー、BMCレーシング)が先着する

Greg Van Avermaet wins stage 3 of Tirreno-Adriatico

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15 Original Picnic Ideas for Labor Day. Just love this idea, combines a bike ride and a picnic!

..........Kool & The Gang!

We nailed a place in the Solid team on a tough Awesome course Thanks for the snap by twotoneams

20 photos insolites du Tour de France d'antan - Vint'age of bikes

Adam Hansen is one of the nicest guys in pro cycling - also one of the toughest TDF 2015

Adam Hansen is one of the nicest guys in pro cycling - also one of the toughest TDF 2015

The Floor - Fixed gear news, photos and videos from The Fifth Floor, London

Jurgen Roelandts leading solo over the Kemmelberg.

Sunday's Gent-Wevelgem made headlines not just because of Luca Paolini's gutsy solo win -- arguably the biggest victory of his career -- but because of the

tour de France 1924

tour de France 1924

Tirreno-Adriatico, 2015, Etapa 4. RIGOBERTO URAN entró 2° y mostró hoy su enorme ambición por conseguir el tridente de la carrera de los dos mares.

Tirreno-Adriatico 2015 Stage Four- Rigo, race face, second.

Federico Bahamontes PCMdaily Forum Discussion Quel est le plus grand grimpeur

Federico Bahamontes of Spain worked to ascend the Col du Galibier in the 1954 race.

174. Paris-Nice - Stage 4: Varennes-sur-Allier - Croix de Chaubouret [12/03/2015] Richie Porte

Richie Porte wins stage 4 of the 2015 Paris-Nice

The Wall of Sormano, in the province of Como, Italy. Is  a road with such a legendary slope (experienced as virtually ‘vertical’ by cyclists) that it has been dubbed “Muro of Sormano”. Inserted by Vincenzo Torriani in the Giro di Lombardia in the 1960 – 1962 – in order to make the race, which he perceived as too ‘easy’, more challenging – the slope has since then become legendary for its toughness, forcing many champions to get off their bikes and continue on foot!

The Wall of Sormano, in the province of Como, Italy. Is a road with such a legendary slope (experienced as virtually ‘vertical’ by cyclists) that it has been dubbed “Muro of Sormano”.