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  1. Video: The road to Mont Blanc

    The Road to Mont Blanc, one riders journey across 1,000 kilometers of European roads.

    One rider tackles 1,000 kilometers of riding over 21 mountain passes, 69,718 feet of climbing over 53 hours

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  2. Launch Pad: USA Cycling’s Development House offers coaching, mentoring, and tough love

    For many young Americans, USA Cycling's Development House is the best way to gain the experience needed to compete at events like world championships. From there, those with enough potential may go on to professional careers in the sport. Photo: Casey B. Gibson | www.cbgphoto.com

    Matthew Beaudin pays a visit to the development program that helps young Americans learn the sport in Europe

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  3. Alejandro Valverde extends deal with Movistar

    Alejandro Valverde announced Tuesday that he will extend his contract with Movistar for another three years. Photo: BrakeThrough Media | brakethroughmedia.com

    Movistar extends contract with Valverde for three more years, indicating its faith in the 34-year-old's long-term prospects

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  4. Cascade Cycling Classic loses title sponsor

    The Cascade Cycling Classic is the longest-running road race in the U.S., but it is in need of a new title sponsor to continue the tradition. Photo: Casey B. Gibson | www.cbgphoto.com

    America's longest-running road race may cease to exist if it cannot find a new title sponsor

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  5. Photo Essay: 2014 Vuelta a Espana, highs and lows

    The Vuelta takes a long, hot, and hilly road through Spain, with GC, climbing, and sprinting action throughout

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