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Saturday, September 1
First Edition Cycling News - Klöden out, Valverde in GP Plouay, Bruyneel confirms Astana interest, Wiggins leaves Cofidis, Slipstream announces roster, Riders face Vuelta's one-two punch, Hincapie set to defend, Armstrong makes appearance in Korea, Oscar Pereiro: Getting better all the time, World Cup heads to Plouay, Gerolsteiner for upcoming races, Toyota for USPRO, New EPO study needs subjects, There's still time - join the Vuelta 2007 today!
Sunday, September 2
First Edition Cycling News - Petacchi and Benatti battle at Vuelta opener, Italian women excel at Plouay world cup, No French champion for GP Plouay, Raisin's start mattered more than finish, Landis decision expected this month, Meersman to FdJ, Grooming the next Italian star, Andreu's future is bright, There's still time - join the Vuelta 2007 today!
Monday, September 3
First Edition Cycling News - Freire takes gold in Spain, Leipheimer tight-lipped on 2008 plans, Di Luca extends ProTour lead at Plouay, Third World Cup nears for Cooke, Millar takes another British title, Ullrich silences D'Hont, Andrea Moletta: Coming back one day at a time, More Fantasy Vuelta Prizes
Latest Cycling News - O'Grady is back, Koldo blames Bennati, Pereiro hopes to be OK, Voeckler on winning streak, Sprinters surprised in Plouay, Boonen sees slim chances in Worlds, Schumacher annoyed ahead of Worlds, Casper looks forward to 2008, Kloeden plans on Poland, Vuelta '09 to visit Liège
Tuesday, September 4
First Edition Cycling News - Bettini on Worlds lead up, Melbourne to get 2010 Worlds?, Australian and American teams for '09 ProTour?, Time running out for UCI, Pereiro fully recovered, Euskaltel-Euskadi positive, Vos wins in Holland, 2008 TDU competition winner
Latest Cycling News - Gerolsteiner ends sponsorship, Only 16 ProTour teams?, RFEC President Sánchez confused regarding Valverde, T-Mobile fires Bernucci, Shimano testing, Di Luca's case continues, Win count at Caisse d'Epargne, Heras to Fuerteventura-Canarias?, Vandenbroucke: Belgium or Italy?, Astana on in Belgium
Wednesday, September 5
First Edition Cycling News - Russian fighter takes important win, Holczer not surprised at departure, T-Mobile won't lose sponsor, Cavendish wants Ghent six call-up, Predictor-Lotto signs Popovych, Bennati confirmed at Liquigas, Euskaltel Euskadi transfers, DFL-Cyclingnews wants more Belgians, Contador keeps on crit-ing, Mechanic in time of need
Latest Cycling News - Confusion over Valverde's missed control, Evans and Pereiro "limited losses", Piepoli: "Victory was my objective", Efimkin does 1600 VAM, Vuelta's stage 3 crashes, Astana keeps going but without Redondo, Australia announces Worlds 'long team', Twins in the peloton, Fuerteventura-Canarias denies Heras negotiations, German women dominate in Holland, Guesdon stays with Française des Jeux, Belgian races for Astana
Thursday, September 6
First Edition Cycling News - Freire sees double, Kroon & Gomez Marchante attack, No Poland for Klöden, 17 teams for Coppa Placi, Zijlaard-Van Moorsel hosts third Dutch Ladies' ride, TT improvements for Euskaltel Euskadi, Two renew with Saunier Duval-Prodir, Skil-Shimano extends with Goesinnen and signs Veelers, Euskaltel Euskadi denies rumours, Racing returns to downtown Allentown
Latest Cycling News - Bruyneel confirms Astana rumours, Valverde: UCI notes whereabouts error and RFEC sends Puerto letter, Ballan likely with Lampre, Rabobank satisfied, Tour de l'Avenir back, Aramendia on Avenir, Reus speaks out, Sicknesses at Steenbergen, Milram to Coppa Placci
Friday, September 7
MTB News & Racing Roundup - Worlds ongoing in Fort William, Weiss unfit for racing, Leuchs leading New Zealand Worlds team, Recovered Barrel racing again, Seriously injured Llanes begins recovery, Jeep KOM wraps up series, Team Giant wins Singlespeed Worlds, New champions at 24 Hours of Adrenaline Worlds, The Athertons: A family affair, Inaugural Nelson festival
First Edition Cycling News - Hats off in Spain, Koldo Fernández between joy and rage, UCI's whereabouts system defended, Melbourne to host worlds?, Vuelta Stage 6 reactions, Álvaro Pino talks about Russians, Milram, Astana and Barloworld in Italy, Astana for Poland, T-Mobile Brits to Tour of Britain, Hunter heads to Britain, Revolution announces season five and more, Victoria gets women's track series, Dave Z wants Bikes for Kids
Latest Cycling News - Redondo's manager denies contract cancellation, Bernucci speaks out on dismissal, Valverde to sue UCI, Boonen getting better, Nuyens doubtful for Worlds, Brother's advertising pays off, McDonald eyes Timbercorp series, Teams to visit local schools ahead of Univest GP, Gerolsteiner and Caisse for Poland, Ag2r Prévoyance announces rosters for upcoming races, Brandenburg-Rundfahrt resurrected, Russian riders questioned, Spinelli returns to racing at Univest
Saturday, September 8
MTB News & Racing Roundup - Injury list grows at Worlds, Second Worlds rider deemed "unfit", Competing for Worlds at Worlds, Killeen back, Australia's Hill ready to defend, The Athertons: Racing game, Locals break Shenandoah Mountain 100 records, Bikes Belong grants awarded, Roctober rocks in September, Dirt Sweat & Gears adds singlespeed event, Engin Cycles "Pedal Pink" raffle
First Edition Cycling News - Vuelta stage filled with crashes, Vuelta riders anticipate time trial, Spain registers Valverde for road Worlds, Zabel supports Valverde's participation, No Contador for Worlds, Top British team launches "Race Clean", Austria makes Worlds pre-selection, Teams for Poland, Rodríguez looks to Stuttgart, Tinkoff for Britain, Den Bakker extends, Saunier-Duval signs Capelli, Pennsylvania Lightning for Univest
Sunday, September 9
First Edition Cycling News - Discovery bids adieu in Missouri, UCI repeats no Valverde at Worlds, Lissavetzky defends Valverde, No national teams for Tour, Doping summit for Paris, No Circuit Franco-Belge for Astana, Pedersen in Britain ready to race, Lovkvist to T-Mobile, Meersman to FdJ
Monday, September 10
First Edition Cycling News - Pyrenees bring thrills and agony to Vuelta, Sánchez holding steady, Antón continues improving, Poland opener plagued by rain, Valverde to fight UCI, Van Petegem's farewell on Tuesday, Season over for Niermann, MacLean signs for Plowman Craven / Evans Cycles
Latest Cycling News - Roesems returns to Belgium, Zaugg surprises team, "Surprising" T-Mobile weekend, Olano on Zaragoza crashes, Teams take it easy in the rain, Newcomers at Crédit Agricole, Serri takes Miche's first, Date set for Caruso and Muraglia, Armstrong in Holland
Tuesday, September 11
First Edition Cycling News - Efimkin: I will fight to the end, Brown happy, Cavendish wants more, McGee to leave FDJ, Missouri ready for debut, Disco takes American curtain call, Sánchez pleased with Vuelta, Van Petegem and Baguet retire today, Flexpoint signs youngster
Latest Cycling News - UCI continues Valverde stance, Monte Paschi Eroica presented, Double honours for Rabobank, Sastre blasts Menchov and Piepoli, Ballerini visits Vuelta, Devolder tired, Redondo negotiation, 2007 Tour of Tasmania
Wednesday, September 12
First Edition Cycling News - Caisse delighted with Efimkin, Cavendish: I let the team down, Rabobank not concerned, Domestics on top in Missouri, Van Petegem, Baguet retire amid cheers, African victory at L'Avenir, Quick.Step-Innergetic 2008 plans, Questions raised in women's peloton
Latest Cycling News - Bruyneel defends Contador's Tour win from French, Sastre: Bring on the racing, Euskaltel's favourable Vuelta, Blanco takes aim at Sastre, Menchov felt betrayed by Rasmussen, Kopp happy to win again, Rojas comes close, Trusov takes first in Britain, Surgery for Soler, Cummings to Barloworld
Thursday, September 13
First Edition Cycling News - Petacchi avenges tough summer, Time gaps cause major headaches in Missouri, Goss gets Team CSC first, Young Italian on a roll, Ballan renews, Griñán continues Spanish support of Valverde, Astana for weekend
Cyclo-cross news & racing round-up - Easypay ride Empella, Sven Nys fears Albert and Boom, UCI grants mechanics free entry, Fidea riders help design 'cross training track, Registration opens for USA 'cross championships, Berden must pay, International field for Star Crossed 'cross, Meet Jonathan Page, Verge MAC gets in gear with SRAM, Register online, win a Fuji, Bamacross is back, Ronde von Evergreen returns, Upcoming UCI Cyclo-cross races
Latest Cycling News - Koldo Fernández hopes for birthday present, Sprinters down but not out in Poland, Boonen still hurting, Antequera: five sure for the Worlds, Spanish selection not to renounce the start at Worlds, Ag2r Prévoyance team update for 2008, Nuyens out of Worlds, Cunego doubtful, Coppa Sabatini presentation, Gerolsteiner to Nürnberg
Friday, September 14
Latest Cycling News - 150 participants at upcoming anti-doping summit, Roche back racing, Local government supports Valverde, UCI puts antidoping fight online, Boonen to leave Vuelta and doubtful for Worlds, Crashes in Vuelta, Lampre signs Tre Valli Varesine winner, Paris-Bruxelles coming up, New Zealand names Worlds selection for Stuttgart, Defending Champ in Jayco Tassie Tour
First Edition Cycling News - Piepoli pulls out of Vuelta, Lelangue to lead BMC, UCI not afraid of Valverde, Moreau to Agritubel, Broken collarbone for Brochard, Poland ends in pileup, Ullrich paid Fuentes, Klöden to skip Worlds, Women's teams for Nürnberg World Cup, Wiesenhof for Nürnberg, Pearson aims for success, Quick.Step, Liquigas and Barloworld for upcoming races, Belgian dies in Illinois training race
Saturday, September 15
MTB News & Racing Roundup - 2007 World Cup to wrap up in Slovenia, A singular experience at Singlespeed Worlds, Absalon claims fourth title, Downhill world champions repeat, Minnaar injured, US celebrates five medals at Worlds, Vink coming back, Tech goodies for the elite, 2008 IMBA Summit to Utah, Terror of Teaberry, Docklands 12hr enduro, Ulster XC championships, Bear Creek ends MASS, Pork Chop Challenge raises funds
First Edition Cycling News - A stormy day at Vuelta, Navigators Insurance ending, Levi topped TT regardless of rules, Kodak Gallery and Sierra Nevada directors explain split, 1-2-3 for T-Mobile, Piepoli's situation improves, Boonen and Rebellin withdraw, Valverde visits team-mates, Schleck crashes, Joseph to Worlds, Milram for Altstadt, Bike-A-GoGo set for October
Sunday, September 16
First Edition Cycling News - McCartney goes for broke, Deignan's Grand Tour debut going well, Tour of Poland shifts ProTour standings, First-time winner takes cross country World Cup, A fourth career win at Paris-Bruxelles, Arbitrators close Landis case, Valverde will respond to UCI, Mayo's B sample in Australia, Posthuma to time trial only, Lampre recruits Murro
Monday, September 17
First Edition Cycling News - Daredevil descent decides stage 15, Slipstream chasing McCartney, Knee surgery for Cooke, Soler goes under the knife, Evans missing his main man, Germans greet but question UCI list, Germans get Fuentes' account data, Cavendish targets Classics wins, Corbett retires from Health Net, US women find success in France
Latest Cycling News - Hincapie - King of Missouri, Vos snares World Cup glory, Gerolsteiner day in Nürnberg, Hansen happy with "first" Grand Tour, True grit earns Hughes the 'Grafton', Mayo talks, Rabobank ready for rest day, Cunego quits Vuelta, Biver was a "mistake", Sweden names women for Worlds, Drapac Porsche does well in Hokkaido
Tuesday, September 18
First Edition Cycling News - Boonen in Belgian Worlds team, Patrice Clerc: The great divide, McQuaid wants life bans, Leipheimer to Astana?, Efimkin to Quick Step, Germany shortens Worlds short list, Wiesenhof's weekend, Track rider Fulst to retire, Astana to GP Wallonie
MTB news & racing round-up - Fort William wants World Cup future, World Cup winners, Barel knocked out, Riders head to Beijing, Killeen plots return, Trek ends British sponsorship, Cunningham delighted, Exclusive race bits, Gunn-Rita diary
Latest Cycling News - Sastre not happy with Vuelta, Devolder gives up on classification, Marchante does at best, Wegmann: one second, Spanish federation to appeal, Pérez is close to contract renewal, Lastras renews contract, Australia announces Worlds team
Wednesday, September 19
First Edition Cycling News - UCI steps up anti-doping measures for Worlds, Bettini and Pozzato lead Italian Worlds charge, Millar to lead GB, Spaniards finalise men's team, US announces strong selection, Picking the ProTour apart, Health Net-Maxxis rules NRC, Van Gilder takes women's NRC, Webcor crowned team champions
Latest Cycling News - No Moreau in French selection, Spanish Federation confirms Puerto dossier as unusable, Spain's Superior Council responds to UCI's accusations, CSC misses out on the win, Italian Worlds U23 and women teams, Jaksche hearing today, Barloworld signs two African riders
Cyclo-cross news & racing round-up - Albert clinches win in season's first cross, Van der Linden signs with SunWeb-Projob, Three Peaks cancelled, US Gran Prix returns, Kona line-up, Velo Bella - Kona women's elite team, Scott-Ritchey-SRAM team, 'Cross clinics east and west
Thursday, September 20
First Edition Cycling News - Grand Tours out of the ProTour, Bettini enjoys final day in rainbow, Jaksche suspended for one year, Spanish seek CAS intervention for Valverde, Cancellara to lead Swiss in Worlds, Spanish announce TT selections, Gerdemann to skip Worlds, Boonen still uncertain, End of the Guerini era at T-Mobile
Latest Cycling News - McQuaid wants DNA analysis, Ciolek's birthday present, Breschel warned twice, Flecha "a little sick", de Waele wins at home, More teams finalize Worlds selection, Echavárri angry with UCI, Grupo Nicolás Mateos may continue, Ullrich back on a bike, Hunter's final prep for Worlds, Milram and Lampre for Italian races
Friday, September 21
Cycling News Flash - Landis' appeal denied, two year suspension levied
First Edition Cycling News - McQuaid responds to Landis decision, Pereiro wants confirmation, Pound: Doping a problem with capital P, Pérez leaves with a victory, CAS to rule on Valverde, Cycling Australia backs Davis, Boonen out of Worlds, Canada announces lineup, Melbourne to get 2010 Worlds, Orbea Oreca makes new signings
Latest Cycling News - Valverde's defence optimistic, , Davis fights to save Worlds spot, Mosquera impresses, Zandio celebrates birth, Cofidis creates pro track team, Contador searches, Willems an eager replacement for Worlds, Jeanson confesses to EPO use, World's longest one-day race nearing
Saturday, September 22
First Edition Cycling News - Pereiro named official Tour champion, Landis case raises issues, ProTour going global, Devolder out of Vuelta, Volksbank extends sponsorship, Danielson looking to 2008, Heras considering return, Abu Dhabi Race of Champions suspended, Vervecken to New York 'cross, Moninger retires
Sunday, September 23
First Edition Cycling News - Euskaltel-Euskadi's best ever Vuelta, Menchov's big haul, Hansen "wanted to do something", ASO lashes out at UCI, Antidoping summit could bring blood 'passports', Klöden to stay with Astana, Stars confirmed for Monte Paschi Eroica, Jaksche hopes for shorter suspension, Ullrich's "suspicious cash withdrawals"
Monday, September 24
First Edition Cycling News - Menchov: maybe I can crack the Tour, Who will lead, Schumacher or Zabel?, Zabel to T-Mobile?, Transfer news: Bileka, Gardeyn find home at Predictor-Lotto, Saunier Duval signs Passeron, Svein Tuft: From survivorman to cyclist, WADA approves 2008 prohibited list, Tour Down Under bids for ProTour
Latest Cycling News - Dekker, Burghardt ready for Worlds, Cordero on Vuelta's future, Aerts does a Belgian first, Antequera believes in his team, Leukemans and Devolder up in the air, Exciting finale in Giro Toscana Femminile, Boonen looks back at 2007, Langeveld enjoyed Vuelta, Van Goolen to CSC, Gerrit Glomser wins at home, 100 years for a million trees
Tuesday, September 25
First Edition Cycling News - Evans, McGee replaced by Hansen, Day, Gerolsteiner gives Canada a hand, Wiggins and Millar head-to-head?, Backstedt and Chicchi join Revolution, Toyota-United announces new directors, Kelly Benefits-Medifast bolsters, Drapac celebrate successful weekend, Burnaby Six Day, Colavita to ride Jamis in 2008
Latest Cycling News
- Worlds Squadra Azzurra gets ready, Germany's final selections, Devolder and Leukemans fit, Denifl and Graus out of TT, Klier's dream is Flanders, Moncoutié returns to peloton, Successful Vuelta for German teams, Aitken back in Tassie Tour, Successful Living extends Sponsorship
Wednesday, September 26
MTB News & Racing Roundup - Top riders rate Beijing Olympic venue, Mont Sainte-Anne awarded 2010 Worlds, Lehikoinen seriously injured after signing new contract, IMBA launches Ride Center Program at Interbike, Nat Ross diary, Keith Bontrager diary, South Island Schools to hold championships
First Edition Cycling News - Australia to host 2010 worlds, McQuaid blasts world champion Bettini, Kashechkin challenges UCI on privacy, Lissavetzky defends Spain's doping stance, Zabel to stay at Milram, Caisse d'Epargne signs Langkawi winner, BC rejects UCI ranked one-day race, Bissell gets priority title, Tassie carnivals get UCI Sprint Series
Latest Cycling News - World Champ Bettini signed DNA agreement, Davis to appeal to CAS, Di Luca may be out of the Worlds, UCI happy with Worlds buildup, ASO vs. UCI - quo vadis, cycling?, Moving on up, Valverde cleared by Puerto judge, Leukemans doing better again, Canada fights on, The Tour of America, Eddy Merckx joins list of unwelcome people in Stuttgart, New Zealand faces challenge on "brutal course"
Thursday, September 27
Cycling News Flash - Valverde cleared by CAS to ride World Championships
Cyclo-cross news and racing round-up - Nys gets first season win, Tabor to hold 2010 Worlds, Vervecken to race Whitmore, Swiss champion dominates in Washington, Page and Barnholt dominate double cross, Frattini takes season opener in Maryland, Clif Bar developmental 'cross team, Bessette, Johnson and Powers to Belgium, Ed Sander memorial 'cross, BC 'cross clinic
First Edition Cycling News - Kupfernagel adds to collection, Valverde thankful for favorable decision, Lissavetzky satisfied, UCI says yes to Davis & Andrle, Did Bettini provide testosterone gel to Sinkewitz?, Stuttgart threatens to sue UCI, Coppel proves next French hope, Time trial challenges Spanish, WADA publishes 2008 Prohibited List, Giro route coming in December, Senac to AG2R Prévoyance, California racers wanted, Noosa adds women's event
Latest Cycling News
- Court injunction over participation of Bettini and Di Luca, Armstrong: Second place isn't easy, Pooley pleased and excited, Silver for Ignatiev, Big guns scrap it out for Gold, Cancellera downplays chances, Di Rocco demands UCI action, Bettini and Lefevere deny Sinkewitz story, Unzúe thankful for Valverde support, Mactier refines pursuit position for Beijing, WCSN criteriums finals in Las Vegas, Wiesenhof-Felt changes, Epic Everest Challenge
Friday, September 28
First Edition Cycling News - Swiss rider caps satisfying year, ProTour heads Down Under, UCI unveils ProTour calendar, Clement aims at Chrono des Nations, Sinkewitz denies naming Bettini, UCI guarantees Bettini start, Belohvosciks surprised, Spaniards TT disappointment, Semchuk unfit for road race, Astana "under surveillance", Belgian doping trial begins
Cycling News Flash - Di Luca out of Worlds
MTB News & Racing Roundup - Sauser surmises successful season, Guatemala gets new race, 2010 marathon worlds to Germany, Bettin to lead toughest-ever Crocodile Trophy field, BC Bike 2008 registration opens, Trail Care Crew seeks new team, Barb Howe diary, Keith Bontrager diary, Gimondibike draws stars, 7th Festibike to Spain, British NPS Downhill 2008, WVMBA race benefits Riddle
Latest Cycling News
- T-Mobile's new look for 2008, Legal action over Bettini fails, Varese reunifies cycling family, Down Under prepares for ProTour debut, The Lion King roars again, Soeder excited over Austria's second medal ever, Rasmussen took Dynepo in Tour, Brändli out of women's road race, Beppu goes to Skil-Shimano, The Dutch fight well against the clock, Pfannberger healthy enough to ride
Saturday, September 29
First Edition Cycling News - Tosatto to replace Di Luca at Worlds, Big name signings raise Rock & Republic's status, Leipheimer to Astana?, France hopes for cleaner Worlds, Irish hoping for good performance, Stapleton happy with 2007, British Cycling to build pro team, Tour of America goes under the microscope, Tour de Langkawi goes on, Jeanson details EPO abuse
Sunday, September 30
First Edition Cycling News - Youngsters top women's Worlds podium, Pooley climbs well & avoids falling barriers, German women not happy, Bodrogi moves up the regardless of nationality, Twin brothers stick close, Australia claims first medal, Horner's future remains in play, Spanish team is content, Stuttgart refusing to pay Worlds money owed?, Schreck to Gerolsteiner, Forest City velo women's development