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Monday, November 1
First Edition Cycling News - Phonak confirms Perez positive, Aitken out of Tour of Queensland, Manchester World Cup, Lampre and Saeco fusion: Lampre-Caffitta, O'Loughlin to Navigators, Marcuz to UC Artix, Cycling Trivia Night

Tuesday, November 2
First Edition Cycling News - Vanthourenhout tops rankings, McCauley makes the most opportunity, Van Moorsel finishes career in Curaçao, Cunego and Garzelli remember Pantani, Capiot still looking, Langella stays amateur, Dave Rayner Fund 2005 selections, 2004 Colorado Cyclocross Championships

Wednesday, November 3
Cycling News Flash - Knetemann dead at 53
First Edition Cycling News - Museeuw aims for top job, Veenendaal-Veenendaal steps up, Blatchford crashes out, Launceston crit rescued, Webber plans training with Armstrong, Serrano renews, Nybø & Hegreberg to Glud & Marstrand Horsens, Lehikoinen to Team G-Cross Honda, Cross news, Team Wedgewood, New Zealand announces squads

Thursday, November 4
First Edition Cycling News - Verbruggen shocked, Pronk's hour record postponed, Condolences for Knetemann, Spanish federation starts process against Perez, De Clercq out of World Cup team, Albert to Palmans, Vainsteins retires, Florit retires, Varese presents World's bid, Verge MACCCS #5, Xpower goes Continental, Graeme Brown and Hayley Rutherford married, Three killed in Mexico

Friday, November 5
First Edition Cycling News - Track World Cup in Moscow, Hayles focuses on Manchester, Top Australians for Clarence St Cup, Merckx and Maertens make up, Zimbabwe to 'Cross World's, Vuelta Higuito, Knetemann family asks for donations, Pantani bike replicas sold for charity, Jittery Joe's to sponsor six junior clubs

Saturday, November 6
First Edition Cycling News - Sunderland retires, Vainsteins clarifies, No broken thumb for Hoy , Wellens takes a week off, Emergency operation for De Vries, European Cyclo-cross Championships, St. Wendel gets ready for the World's, Navigators names 2005 squad, Nobili Rubinetterie-Guerciotti 2005, Cafés Baqué loses sponsor, Fat lady sings for Team Bianchi Nordic, Glud & Marstrand adds, UCI doping news

Sunday, November 7
First Edition Cycling News - Armstrong still in doubt, Zabel's dream apprentice, Six Day stars for Revolution 6 Madison, Hushovd to race Tour and Vuelta in 2005, Leclercq leaves Swiss Cycling, Walker in the wings, Sakonnet strengthens development programme for 2005

Monday, November 8
First Edition Cycling News - How Tyler's medal was saved, Gadret gains confidence, Giro or Tour for Garzelli, New Expert Commission for German federation, Tom Boonen champagne, Cofidis rides Wilier, Richardson Bike Mart owner injured, Q&A for Landis, 2nd Annual Kona 24hr

Tuesday, November 9
First Edition Cycling News - An interview with Johan Bruyneel, Jan not happy, Family and friends farewell Knetemann, Museeuw accepts suspension, Aernouts in Belgian team, Gent Six with 13 teams, Blijlevens breaks thigh, Leblanc at Jacob's Creek Tour Down Under, Texas deer charges into riders, Westmead Children's Hospital fundraising night

Wednesday, November 10
First Edition Cycling News - Sunderland's new career, An interview with Rudy Pevenage, BeNeLux-Tour takes shape, Kaiku team starts out, Vainsteins to Phonak?, Kabush with Jittery Joe's, Martinez to Agrubitel, Sassone suspended, Didi Thurau 50, Hincapie is a daddy, Gillies-Smith has baby boy, Verge cross series, PA and MA, U.S. cross champ's, Estonian Div. III team to stay, Carney heads expanded team

Thursday, November 11
First Edition Cycling News - An interview with Bobby Julich, Rebellin and 19 others on trial, Problems for the Wellenses, Erbiti to Illes Balears, Symmetrics Cycling adds women, Zanin dies, Adelaide track event to feature Athens 2004 gold medallists, Urban Polaris in Canberra, Recycling on Litespeed

Friday, November 12
First Edition Cycling News - Gerolsteiner boss says "no new facts" in Rebellin case, An interview with Marc Gullickson, Munich Six Day, Australian Open to new venue, Track hour record attempt postponed, BeNeLux Tour has a name, Konecny fractures leg, Heppner continues, Nácor Burgos extends, Seguros Bilbao sponsors new team, Lombardia stays with Mendrisio and Como, 2005 Pro Cycling Tour, Wisconsin Cyclocross Championships

Saturday, November 13
First Edition Cycling News - Armstrong to drive Formula One?, Torrelavega honours Freire, Ljungskog finds the answer, Bos out for two weeks, Another champion admits to EPO use, Mattia Gavazzi suspended, Vanhaecke retires, Nielsen to Glud & Marstrand, Japanese Keirin to Manchester, Team wanted for Tour de Lanka, Seymour looking good, Randwick club president recovering, Team Internet wants Masters

Sunday, November 14
First Edition Cycling News - Phonak out of ProTour, 2005 Giro d'Italia secrets revealed, Aaron Kemps interview, Illes Balears sponsorship pays off, Indurain pro ProTour, VDB to decide on Gent soon, Jonas Bjelkmark to KSV-Deerlijk, BC Superweek 2005

Monday, November 15
First Edition Cycling News - Phonak almost out of ProTour, Small ProTour calendar for 2005, Ulli's back, Mark McCormack interview, Rossner directeur sportif, Half a century for Hinault, Four weeks until Vuelta presentation, Thürig, Marvulli and Schneitter take Swiss honours, Univega: A new Swiss women's team, Belgian series announced, Commonwealth Bank Classic

Tuesday, November 16
First Edition Cycling News - Phonak to appeal ProTour exclusion, An interview with Oscar Freire, Ljungskog teams up with Melchers, Symmetrics signs Wohlberg, No VDB in Gent, LA Time Trials, New Irish track records, Spinning in Ireland, Anthony Rappo Memorial

Wednesday, November 17
First Edition Cycling News - Verbruggen: Grand tours will join, Armstrong to ride Flanders, Petacchi heads east, Phonak doctor resigns, Latexco boosts Quick-Step, Boonen wins "Flandrien" prize, Munich Six successful, Bartko to replace VDB , Newton to, Emma Davies signs with Vlaanderen, AOC wants bronze for Rogers, Subaru renews, Handy sponsor for NZ races, Cumberland Uni wants riders, Racelab Tour raffle

Thursday, November 18
Latest Cycling News (updated) - WADA code opens door to Hamilton appeal: Analysing the possibilities in the Australian and Russian case, Anderson report clears all but French, Perkins loses one gold medal
First Edition Cycling News - 2005 Ronde van Vlaanderen presented, Fuentes suspended for two years, Domina Vacanze-De Nardi 2005, Vitron Wilstra 2005, Gilmore to SAFI, Vink to Heijdens-Ten Tusscher, Bøchmann to Glud & Marstrand, Brown, Kelly and Carney highlight Tasmanian carnivals, JCTDU gold rush, Revolution 6, Final weekend for Crank Brothers USGP of 'Cross, U.S. 'Cross Nationals

Friday, November 19
First Edition Cycling News - Armstrong wins Velo d'Or, New world record by Pronk, Clain suspension lifted, 2008 World's to Ireland?, Nolan's departure a vacuum?, ARD no longer T-Mobile sponsor, Metlushenko joins Santoni, Koedooder to Buitenpoort/Flexpoint, New Polish Continental Team: Knauf, Cuevas Junior/Espoir program looking, Indianapolis businesses support cycling team
Latest Cycling News - Anderson report recommends AIS reforms, Renäng dropped from Liquigas, Amore & Vita complete, Bertagnolli to Cofidis, Edo to Saunier, Gomez to Phonak, Pregnolato angry at Pantani book, Acqua & Sapone hopes for ProTour spot, Euskaltel-Euskadi meets, Gold rush for Jacob's Creek Tour Down Under, Athens stars to Clarence St. Cup, 24 hour track event in Aigle, Australian Cyclist of the Year finalists named, U.S. downhiller warned
Cycling News analysis - Anderson report recommends AIS reforms - Or, how to investigate doping without a positive test - Some puzzles answered; some still unclear; bizarre piglet iron link uncovered

Saturday, November 20
First Edition Cycling News - Omega Pharma claiming 24 million, Lampre-Caffita meets, Ceramica Flaminia, Few changes for Wiesenhof, Superprestige in Gavere on Sunday, De Knegt supported by Bejan, Cycling Ireland AGM, 2nd Sonoma Valley Cyclocross

Sunday, November 21
First Edition Cycling News - China's first pro cycling team, Beloki "back" to Liberty?, Astarloa, Vainsteins and Landis contact CSC, An interview with Mary McConneloug, Vuelta 2005 through Burgos?, Emma Davies going for gold, Melchers to ride for Stevens, Cycle Challenge Sunday, Sayers starts MTB scholarship fund

Monday, November 22
First Edition Cycling News - Zabel healing, Bäckstedt awarded, Scarponi negotiating, Colombia-Selle Italia complete, confirms riders, Cohnen and Cuppens leave ComNet, Orbea sponsors Continental team, Ster Elektrotoer links up with ProTour, Brugge interested in Tour stage, Hour Record in LA, Australian teams named

Tuesday, November 23
First Edition Cycling News - Ullrich gears up, Simoni still bitter, Another week for Phonak and co., Zesdaagse Vlaanderen Gent, French bashed, Astarloa still at large, Paulissen looking, Aalders to AXA, Pinotti married, JCTDU awarded, Tuesday night racing at Eastern Creek

Wednesday, November 24
First Edition Cycling News - An interview with Danilo Hondo, Svorada leaves Lampre, Sáiz open to Beloki, Liquigas gets together, French bashed - or was he?, Clarence St Cup attracts top trackies, Lampre-Caffita comes Down Under, Top Aussies line up in Queensland, Team pursuit champ Hutchinson to ride Tassie
Latest Cycling News - Landis worried but optimistic, / MG X-Power signs final two, Flying start for Revolution 6, Trebon & Knapp for U.S. World's team, Australian dirt centuries, Muenzer to race at Burnaby, OrganicAthlete's BC team, Exeter Eagles BMXers' charity event, New sponsor for Indiana Masters

Thursday, November 25
First Edition Cycling News - Cunego responds to Simoni's barbs, Bartoli retires, Three new riders join CSC, Beloki to Liberty, Australia's High Performance Manager resigns, An interview with Bryan Steel, Jartazi signs its first rider, Jittery Joe's-Kalahari 2005, South African Cyclist of the Year, GP de Beauce awarded
Latest Cycling News - Hamilton speaks out, Tour de Romandie 2005, De Clercq postpones, French to appeal, Faresin retires, Victory Brewing 2005, Rogers in JCTDU, Nothstein for Manchester, Cooke and Wiggins at Revolution, Verge NECCS resumes, Papa John's Master's Team

Friday, November 26
First Edition Cycling News - All hail to the warrior, Merckx: "Lance better than me", Astarloa in legal battle with Lampre, Yates banned for two years, Møller to Barbot, Illes Balears signs neo-pro, Van de Walle to Landbouwkrediet, Team Monex roster almost complete, 40th Vuelta al Táchira, Venezuela bid for 2006 Youth World's, Lori-Ann Muenzer to race in Burnaby, Cycling Ireland camp

Saturday, November 27
First Edition Cycling News - Rebellin plans his season, Bayley named Australian Cyclist of the Year, Nys favourite for Superprestige Gieten, Tafi to retire with Saunier Duval, Hans De Clercq to retire, Shimano to sponsor Continental Team, Spadi to Ceramica Flaminia, Operation for Moos, Latest doping sanctions, Lake Taupo Challenge, Cycling Central returns

Sunday, November 28
First Edition Cycling News - An interview with Chris Hoy, Tafi ready for revenge in 2005, High hopes at Gerolsteiner, Gent Six: Hayles and Marvulli ill, Yates wins at Lake Taupo, End of career for Arnouts?, New sponsor for Trust House/Women's World Cup

Monday, November 29
First Edition Cycling News - Basso in favour of Bartoli as DS, Wesemann heads to the sun, No Berlin Six for Aldag, Merckx dispels health rumours, Sousa to LA-Liberty, MTB Transportugal race, Tour of Bright this weekend, St Kilda Cycling Club signs big sponsor, CCB Racing Team

Tuesday, November 30
First Edition Cycling News - Prosecutor asks for light penalty for Vandenbroucke, Dekker, Van Moorsel Cyclists of the Year, An interview with George Hincapie, Marsal injured, Giro presentation next January, González and Escobar to Illes Balears, Madsen stays, Flynn to New Zealand, East Coast 'cross rankings, Melbourne Cup on Wheels, Australian team wanted
Cycling News Flash - Hamilton sacking doesn't save Phonak, Grand Tours back in ProTour, Lance gets overhauled special