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The Mysterious Fasting Chemical
When it comes to the moral debate over supplements, the supplement it’s impossible to ignore is ketones. In natural form, ketones are made by the liver when the body is running low on carbohydrate; they’re an alternative source of energy. High levels
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Dr Hutch
There was a dreary inevitability about the moment last week that Boris Johnson set out for a lockdown bike ride a full and horrifying seven miles from Downing Street. Of course the press gleefully hitched our trailer to Johnson’s anvil to score what’
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Cyclists In Limbo On ‘Stay Local’ Rules
The government has left cyclists in dark over its interpretation of the ‘stay local’ rule governing exercise under lockdown despite calls for ‘urgent clarification’ last week. British Cycling, Cycling UK and Triathlon UK penned a joint letter to the
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Fitness Hub
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Brexit 90-day Rule Rings Alarm Bells For Riders
There are concerns that Brexit could make things significantly harder – and more expensive – for British cyclists and their teams racing on the Continent. The final Brexit deal makes no provision for UK residents visiting Europe beyond the standard 9
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What’s Your Favourite 2021 Pro Kit?
• Ineos same score as Wanty? Wanty is so chaotic… The Ineos one looks much better. Also Trek is still way better than ⅖. If it’s OK, you don’t have to change every year in my opinion. Jens Baert • Ag2r is the best. Classical yet simplicity in design.
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In Focus
New colours World champion Anna van der Breggen and team-mates swap out their long-running Boels-Dolmans orange and black for a purple and red team strip, or rainbow bands in van der Breggen’s case. Training last week in Denia, Spain, van der Breggen
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Start Line 21.01
Boris Johnson’s seven-mile ride and the ensuing furore highlighted how the rules on staying local for exercise are not workable for cyclists. A minister and the head of the Met Police have already said if “you can get there under your own steam” and
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Opinion
I’ve given up chocolate for January. But why? I’m not trying to lose weight; I don’t obsess over my food and it’s not a New Year’s resolution. It simply comes down to the reasoning of, why not? I’ve got a lethal sweet tooth. I spend a lot of hours tr
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CW Club 10 Tt Huub Powered!
No fewer than 162 riders finished last week’s Club 10 (13 January) on Zwift’s almost pan-flat Tempus Fugit course. With just 26m of elevation, this is chance for the TT specialists to shine – but it was a lightweight climbing supremo who took the spo
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Cycling 4 August, 1979
The National Track Championships were always a big deal for Cycling in the 70s and 80s, even with the regular disruption caused by the weather at Leicester’s outdoor track. With little or no international success on the road in the late Seventies, it
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Ellingworth: ‘Ineos Has A Different Edge To When I Left’
Elingworth rejoined the team last month as director of racing after just a season and a half at Bahrain-McLaren. Speaking to Cycling Weekly, the British coach said: “I wouldn’t have gone back to this team if it had just been as it was when I left. It
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Why Do Pros Take Supplements?
We contacted a number of current and retired WorldTour and domestic pros to ask why so many of them take supplements, but none of them responded. So we instead asked Asker Jeukendrup, a renowned sports nutrition scientist who has worked with WorldTou
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Bora-Hansgrohe Riders In Collision With Car During Training Ride
Dutch climber Wilko Kelderman was one of two riders to sustain broken bones when a car collided with a group of Bora-Hansgrohe riders while on a training ride in Italy. Three of the riders were taken to hospital while others have sustained minor inju
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How To… Be The Next Eddy Merckx
First, be Belgian. Second, be a bike rider. Third, don’t be the actual Eddy Merckx. These are generally enough to get in the frame. And when that happens, all of Belgium will jump on board. Belgium is not in any way discouraged by the fact that well
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Riding In Lockdown Three
It’s surprising what you can do within a 10-mile radius of home, like discovering new routes on and off-road. Susan Hoare The lack of clarity around what is considered ‘local’ is a problem for most, I think. I’ve taken it to be within 10 miles of my
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Cycling rally 10 May, 1936
One thousand cyclists gather near Tring, Hertfordshire, to ride to the start of the Metropolitan and South Midland Association’s massed rally at Manor Farm, Marsworth, just three miles away. Rallies were somewhat the sportives of their day, attractin
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A History Of Paule Ka
The first iteration of the Paule Ka team came in 2005 with Team Bigla. They started with a bang, Nicole Brändle winning three stages and the Giro Rosa GC. Though successful, the team lasted only until 2009. They re-emerged in 2013, since when their b
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CTT Ducks Call For Prize Money Equality
Cycling Time Trials refused to make prize money for men and women equal at its board meeting on Sunday. The sport’s governing body has come under pressure from campaigners to mandate that prize money for men and women should be equal as a way of begi
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The Paule Ka Affair
Geneva is well known as one of Europe’s most expensive cities, but when Bigla-Katusha team manager Thomas Campana met businessman Matthias Thoma for coffee in the Swiss city, he had no idea what it would cost. Katusha, both withdrew backing with imme
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Winter Jackets
With the Beast from the East only paying us a couple of short, sharp visits a year these days, British winters are milder than they used to be. Often keeping warm in wet weather is more of a priority, and that’s why a winter jacket that offers a good
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Coivd & Brexit What Next For The Bike Industry In 2021?
Ten months after the first lockdown, the cycling industry is struggling to catch up with the bike boom. And with new duties on bikes unveiled with the Brexit deal, we could now be looking at price hikes as well as shortages. Last March, furloughed wo
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The Brexit Effect
When the ‘deal’ was announced on Christmas Eve 2020, it seemed as though the bike industry had got a last-minute reprieve from paying tariffs on goods imported from the EU. However, it turned out that the 1,246-page UK-EU Trade and Co-Operation Agree
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Ben Healy
You had a breakthrough 2020 despite all the disruption – how? The start of the year was frustrating – I’d been due to go racing in Belgium, so I did take a bit of a knock. But I had it in my head that a few people might take this time to rest, wherea
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Which Supplements Really Work?
Last year, we asked sports nutritionist Anita Bean to identify the supplements supported by the biggest evidence base, i.e. the ones that really work. These are the ones she picked out. Vitamin D: many of us are deficient in it, and adequate levels h
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2020 Timeline
20 February - Emma Norsgaard wins stage one of Setmana Ciclista Valenciana 23 February - Leah Thomas wins stage four of Setmana Ciclista Valenciana 29 February - Lizzy Banks places sixth at Omloop Het Nieuwsblad 24 April - Both Bigla and Katusha pull
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