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Saturday, November 1
First Edition Cycling News - Groenendaal not ready for the Belgians, Bak and Johansen to Bankgiroloterij, Joaquin Rodriguez to Saunier Duval, RAGT Closes roster, Guilbert leaves the pro ranks, Longo has Athens on her mind, Maier to return for 2004 Tour prologue, Growing TV audience for UCI events, UCI Doping news

Sunday, November 2
First Edition Cycling News - Beloki explores Stayer's interest, Zarrabeitia also linked with Stayer, Cofidis tempts Casero, Genesis Scuba/FFCC signs three, Arnould's modest 'cross plans, Korff a lucky man, Heras and Beltran in Criterium L'Hospitalet, One week until Giro announcement, Verbruggen praises Italian federation, 9 to 5 Race Day Series

Monday, November 3
First Edition Cycling News - Ullrich back in training, Italian cycling going strong, Olano in the picture for Stayer, Saunier Duval nearly complete, Horrach to Illes Baleares, Trent Wilson to Colombia-Selle Italia, Cycling to feature in Festival of Sevilla, Bike Across Florida 2004, Sakonnet Technology expands

Tuesday, November 4
First Edition Cycling News - Rumsas awarded symbolic euro, Rebellin back in December, Colavita-Bolla signs Mark McCormack, No ONCE for Beloki, Wanted: top rider for Chocolade Jacques, Becke and Radochla to Illes Baleares, Paola Pezzo: Mission to Athens, Plan for possible World Cup MTB race in Ireland

Wednesday, November 5
First Edition Cycling News - Julian Dean seeing green in 2004?, Olano depends on Beloki, Mateyev extends with Panaria, Liebig to Team Nürnberger, Hundertmarck retires, Spanish bids for 2005-6 Tours, Lefèvre recovering after 'cross crash, Winter season at Burnaby Velodrome

Thursday, November 6
First Edition Cycling News - Lombardi angry at Saiz, Ullrich to start Munich Six, Special plans for Tour de Okinawa, Health Net's 2004 roster, iteamNova calls it quits, South African banned for steroid use, Millar & Wiggins lead the Revolution, US women's transfers, Auctions: Rayner Fund dinner & Millar skinsuit, Another double weekend for MACC series, Three-race crit series for Auckland, Velo Europa wants to get riders on Cyfac

Friday, November 7
First Edition Cycling News - No grudges between Sevilla and Kelme, Landuyt-Versele case: riders allegedly positive, Bortolami to Lampre, Dominguez to Colavita-Bolla, Miche signs d'Aniello, Catalan pro team?, Amore e Vita to bear the cross, Cooke and McEwen gear up for Café Racer, Round 3 of Irish Cyclo-cross League, Ras book launch, Milk Race winner Peter Chisman dies

Saturday, November 8
First Edition Cycling News - Vandenbroucke to Fassa Bortolo, Beloki growing impatient, Casero wants two years, Ullrich's plans congealing, Giro presentation Saturday, T-Mobile women set for 2004, Saeco prepares for 2004, Milkowski to Rona, Zijlaard-Van Moorsel opens eating disorder centre, Velo Bella's Christine Vardaros injured, USA Cycling announces online membership, Symmetrics Cycling for 2004, Tour du Ghana cancelled, Letter of the week

Sunday, November 9
First Edition Cycling News - 2004 Giro d'Italia revealed, Simoni's latest challenge to Armstrong, Beloki's demands are large, Auber 93 to continue in Div. III, Sponsorship boost for Riis, Two events added to Coupe de France, Odriozola to Kelme, Fewer Europeans in keirin series, Brunetti USA to help juniors

Monday, November 10
First Edition Cycling News - Giro: More climbing and fewer TT's favour Simoni, Gazet van Antwerpen Trofee #2 in Niel, No changes for Belgium in World Cup #2, De Clercq's diary confiscated, Sgambelluri to Vini Caldirola, Polish transfers, Settimana Lombarda moved to October, Ulmer to ride Orca Urban Street Series, Third annual Aurora Cross

Tuesday, November 11
First Edition Cycling News - Together again: Super sprinter Quaranta reunited with Giuliani, 2004 Giro d'Italia stage by stage, Latest UCI Cyclo-cross rankings, No jail for SMS killer, Eddy Hollands to guest for Giant Asia, Irish High Performance Commission overhaul, Euromedia Group looking for teams to sponsor, Wisconsin State Cyclocross Championships, Bicycle Car Boot Sale at Dunc Gray

Wednesday, November 12
First Edition Cycling News - Vaughters retires, Beloki pulls the plug on Stayer, Gallopin joins CSC, Kate Bates to Van Bemmelen, Stefan Kupfernagel to Team Lamonta, Canadian doctor admits to EPO prescriptions, Four Italians suspended, Kelly and Quigley in Partry

Thursday, November 13
First Edition Cycling News - Beloki has a team, Ullrich and Bianchi closer, Cooke to resume training, Canadian EPO doctor denies supplying, Italians spending €600 million/year on drugs?, Astarloza to defend JCTDU title, 5280 plans 2004 expansion, A crash for Gilmore, Contract news, Managers for Vlaanderen III, Massachusetts CX Champ's, Fuji's neutral cross support, 825 press-ups for helmetless riding
Latest Cycling News - Beloki to La Boulangère, More financial woes for Kelme, Sevilla confirms with Phonak

Friday, November 14
First Edition Cycling News - Michael Barry: "I'm going to talk to Johan and make a plan", Llorente suspended for 18 months, Cassani suspended until July 2004, Atlas takes over CCC, Bianchi stops?, More contract news, 2004 German championships in Freiburg, Verge NECCS resumes in Northampton, MA, Bann-Lavery appointed to Ulster YDO, Anthony Rappo Memorial moved
Latest Cycling News - Beloki says "au revoir" to Spain, Auction for Eddie B., Basque ride for driver awareness, Heartland Road Racing Team looking for riders, Anthony Rappo Memorial moved to Eastern Creek

Saturday, November 15
First Edition Cycling News - More Bianchi riders waiting, Italians mourn for dead, Bartko to race road and track, De Waele to Flanders, Second director for Chocolade Jacques, Seven new riders for Labarca 2, Latest doping sanctions, Lorian Graham awarded, Roberge to ride RAAM, USAC Olympic selection procedures revised, Innes appointed NZ track coach, British Cycling bidding for £1.67 million, Strong turnout for Irish 'cross, 2003 Urban Polaris this Sunday, Save the 'Drome Cross Madness

Sunday, November 16
First Edition Cycling News - Cyclo-cross World Cup heads to Germany, Pozzato's San Remo obsession, Møller to Alessio, Jeanson calls press conference, Ferretti: no slack from VDB, Big ambitions for Bollekescross, Italian hopeful Rusconi dies, Tribute to Salanson, Pick'n Pay 94.7 Cycle Challenge

Monday, November 17
First Edition Cycling News - Tafi to Alessio, Pantani closer to retirement?, Frischknecht and Thürig named Swiss Cyclists of the Year, Heppner to lead Wiesenhof in 2004, 2nd Doherty Hotels Launceston International Criterium, Tyler Hamilton Foundation launch in January, Australian BMC Software Cyclist of the Year Awards

Tuesday, November 18
First Edition Cycling News - Jeanson defends herself, 63rd Zesdaagse van Vlaanderen-Gent, 68th Tour de Suisse unveiled, Ullrich sees the Lion King, Chocolade Jacques to focus on UCI points, Nijdam to BankGiroLoterij, Van Bondt to Landbouwkrediet, Hunt and Gabriel to Palmans, New Italian amateur team: Bottoli Artoni-Zoccorinese, Autopsy carried out on Rusconi

Wednesday, November 19
First Edition Cycling News - Kelme under pressure, Landuyt released from custody, Botero looking ahead, Brown wants "as many stages as possible" in JCTDU, Kluck continues with USPS, Cyclists International Track Series, Solano Bicycle Classic needs volunteers, Tom Danielson Scholarship Foundation, Calling all grassroots women's cycling programs, Les Jeunes Cycling Club seeks sponsor

Thursday, November 20
First Edition Cycling News - UCI Cyclo-cross rankings, Conconi cleared, Tchmil to Jacques, Bianchi to decide on future soon, Lampre sign Kvachuk, Minnaar to Honda, Terenin to Garlaschese Ederplast Record, Bettini plays soccer, Elliot to ride the Revolution, Dude, where's my bike lane?, Vergegear MACCC #9, TechnoCycle BRC looking for riders, Athletes by Design 2004

Friday, November 21
First Edition Cycling News - Kelme confident, Bugno returns as director, Contract news: Van Bondt, Euba, Herrero, Verstraeten, De Neef, Brändli, Large crowd for Rusconi's funeral, David Millar to ride inaugural Hong Kong Cycle Classic, Shay Elliot Memorial is go for 2004, 19th Vuelta Del Porvenir

Saturday, November 22
First Edition Cycling News - Unnamed Italian pro claims widespread doping, Julich to CSC, Luttenberger extends, Saiz signs Baranowski, Agnolutto extends with Ag2R, Zajicek joins Navigators, Gilbert extends with, Vries to continue, Elli to direct Barloworld, Danny Clark to ride Melbourne Cup

Sunday, November 23
First Edition Cycling News - No more road racing for Martinez, Vainsteins to Lampre, Van Petegem wins Sprint d'Or, De Moor to sponsor again, Italian website withdraws Cipollini story, Superprestige #3: Gavere, Women's Tour of Spain for 2004, Zabel slower than Ullrich, Minnaar named SA MTB rider of the year, Krause suspended

Monday, November 24
First Edition Cycling News - Lotto to shift its focus, Colombia-Selle Italia 2004, Zberg set for Gerolsteiner, More riders for Lamonta, Marchante to Paternina, Andoni Aranaga to Chocolade Jacques, Gualandi to Flanders, 52nd Vuelta al Valle, Vuelta Juvenil de Antioquia, Easton-Clif Bar Cycling Team scholarships, Rotorua MTB Club awarded

Tuesday, November 25
First Edition Cycling News - T-Mobile presentation sans Ullrich, Team Bianchi's chances diminish, Prudhomme takes Baal's place in A.S.O., Valverde's manager doesn't want Casero, Bettini awarded, Anthony Geslin talks, Mayo to help charity, Journalists beat cyclists, Saeco signs Loosli and Matzbacher, Mercatone Uno debris to Barloworld

Wednesday, November 26
First Edition Cycling News - An interview with Peter Knudsen, West Virginia Cycling Team disbands, First Mexican pro team, Baal looking beyond cycling, Pradera to Illes Baleares, Norwegian reinforcement to Bianchi Nordic, Sébastien Talabardon to VC Roubaix, USADA Research grants, Top Dutch riders for derny

Thursday, November 27
International Cycling News - Cipollini thinks of the track, Van Moorsel to check out Olympic course, Ullrich and Spitz riders of the year, Final teams confirmed for JCTDU, Patrick Jonker's swansong at JCTDU , Zubeldia honoured, US Postal adds young talent, Max Sciandri to Team CSC, Xavier Florencio to Relax, Ballester to turn pro with Kelme, Rabobank to ride Paris-Nice
Regional Cycling News - New courses and pros for 2004 Bay Crits, Melbourne international track series kicks off Saturday, Four days left in Danielson auction, Herne Hill velodrome gets boost from London mayor, Cooke & McEwen face off in Queensland, Johnson defends Devonport wheelrace title, McCormack favourite at Chainbiter 'Cross, Ocean hazard at CCCP 'Cross, finale, Nebraska 'cross finale, Yates brothers in Tour of Botany, marathon effort, Roberge teams up with Velo Girls, Hinchinbrook CC wants riders

Friday, November 28
Regional Cycling News - Finalists for BMC Software Australian Cyclist of the Year, British masters rider suspended, Irish Cyclo-Cross League round 6 preview, Bicycle Swap Meet in Melbourne
International Cycling News - Illes Balears-Banesto is go, Valverde will continue, Lampre takes Leblanc to court, Magnusson stops coaching Swedish women, Chechu Rubiera crashes, Peña and Cardenas sportsmen of the year, Wanted: top rider for Palmans, Kupfernagel leaves Nürnberger, De Wolf retires, Lampre signs Samuele Marzoli, FC Barcelona cycling team, B.H.: A new German team, 39th Vuelta al Táchira

Saturday, November 29
First Edition Cycling News - Robert Hunter: Refocusing after a bad season, Beloki gets to know his new team, Abnormalities for Salanson?, Petersen to BankGiroLoterij, Castelblanco to Orbitel, Saeco plans and plays, Superprestige #4: Gieten, Cofidis honours Kivilev, Civic reception for Navan, Colnago still working hard

Sunday, November 30
First Edition Cycling News -'s Australian training camp, 2004 Vuelta a Argentina unveiled, Presentation of the Argentinian Cyclist Union, Nicole Cooke back in training, Valdez released by Paternina, Downhillers raise funds for Irish team, Wildside MTB 2004, UK Women's Team Race Series