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  1. Reviewed: Lighting options for day and night

    Knog's Blinder MOB rear light is visible from 1.2 kilometers (0.75 miles) away when on "high" mode. Photo: Kristen Legan

    We put three lights made by Niterider, Bontrager, and Knog to the test to see how their various functions performed.

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  2. Wilier signs on as new Southeast – Venezuela title sponsor

    Filippo Pozzato models Wilier Triestina – Southeast's new kit. Photo: Wilier Triestina – Southeast

    The company already provided bikes for the Pro Continental team, and now will serve as title sponsor.

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  3. Week in Tech: Silca tubeless, free Rapha, pink helmets

    Kask is also offering a limited edition bright pink Protone helmet in honor of the Giro. Photo: Kask

    Silca announces tubeless valves, Kask celebrates the Giro, Rapha offers free shoe covers, and Rudy Project has new Rx lenses.

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  4. Simon Yates avoids provisional suspension after anti-doping positive

    Simon Yates' Orica – GreenEdge team said his positive test for terbutaline was an administrative error. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com

    British rider Simon Yates avoids a provisional suspension by the UCI in the wake of his testing positive for Terbutaline.

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  5. Simon Yates tests positive for terbutaline

    The Daily Mail reports that Simon Yates failed an anti-doping test at Paris-Nice in March. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com (File).

    The Daily Mail reports that Simon Yates has failed an anti-doping test from Paris-Nice in March.

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