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  1. After ‘difficult winter,’ Nibali ready for Tour defense

    Vincenzo Nibali's season has been mostly fruitless, as he recorded just one victory. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com

    As he readies for his Tour defense, Vincenzo Nibali admits his offseason was "difficult," filled with commitments and an injury

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  2. Scott releases updated Foil aero road bike

    Scott's new Foil has a striking look that is said to be more aerodynamic than ever before. Photo: Scott Bicycles

    New Scott Foil is said to blend light weight with aerodynamics, will be outfitted with direct-mount brakes and offer better compliance

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  3. Dutch government asks court to halt police plan to disrupt Tour de France

    Ahmed Aboutaleb, Mayor of Rotterdam, Netherlands wants a court to stop a police protest from disrupting the Tour de France. AFP PHOTO / NTB SCANPIX / JON OLAV NESVOLD (File).

    Dutch government and the mayor of Rotterdam seek a court injunction to stop police protest from disrupting Tour's stage 2

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  4. Gagne, Pendrel claim U.S. Cup titles with final round victories

    Raphael Gagne and Catharine Pendrel win a hot series finale in Colorado Springs to claim the overall U.S. Cup mountain bike series titles

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  5. In the News: Boston struggling to find velodrome site for Olympic bid

    The London velodrome built for the 2012 Olympic Games cost a reported $140 million. Photo: Casey B. Gibson | www.cbgphoto.com

    Organizers of Boston's 2024 Olympic bid are having a difficult time finding the right venue for the cycling velodrome

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