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  1. Marcel Kittel sprints to victory in 2014 Criterium de Saitama

    Marcel Kittel out-kicks Peter Sagan to win the second Criterium de Saitama in Japan. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com

    Marcel Kittel takes a sprint victory in the 2014 Criterium de Saitama, with Peter Sagan second

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  2. How I hydrate: Top products to quench your thirst

    Choosing a sports drink, for many, has less to do with science and more to do with what your body craves. Caffeine? Salt? Green tea? There's an answer in this mix. Photo: Logan VonBokel | VeloNews.com

    Whether he's tackling sweltering 100-milers in the midwest or early-season cyclocross Logan VonBokel, has found his favorite drink mixes

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  3. Chris Butler moves to SmartStop for 2015

    After two years at BMC, then time spent with Champion System and Hincapie Sportswear Development, Chris Butler is making the move to Team SmartStop. He's eager to grow into his role as a GC rider. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com (File).

    Climbing star Chris Butler will move to Team SmartStop for the 2015 season

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  4. Taylor Phinney Q&A: Recovery, the Tour, and the crash

    Taylor Phinney won a stage at the Tour of California in 2014, but suffered a season-ending crash shortly after during the national road race. In an interview with VeloNews, he looks to next season. Photo: Casey B. Gibson | www.cbgphoto.com

    After a long recovery from traumatic injury at nationals, Phinney is gunning for a full recovery — and yellow

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  5. What’s inside the November Velo Magazine

    The November issue of Velo magazine is out, and it covers all of the late-season racing action, plus more.

    A look back at the Vuelta and world championships in the November issue of Velo

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