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EUROTRASH News Round Up Thursday!

Mar 23, 2017 - BMC are in the driving seat in the Catalunya after Movistar were penalized for pushing. Top Story and results, reports and video from Catalunya and the Dwars door Vlaanderen. Other cycling news: E3 and Wevelgem, A.S.O. partnership with Volta a Catalunya, #GIRO100 jerseys and teams for Yorkshire.

EUROTRASH News Round Up Monday!

Nov 28, 2016 - A double win at the weekend for Mathieu van der Poel and two 2nd places for Wout Van Aert. Full reports and video from Hamme and Zeven. War again between the race organizers and the UCI? - TOP STORY. Other cycling news: WorldTour and ProConti licenses, contract news from Cycling Academy and Caja Rural, Velits retires, Dimension Data show off their new kit and retro video of Jacques Anquetil. A full EUROTRASH sack to empty!

Something New On Screen

Tour de France viewers will be able to see even more of the race from inside the peloton thanks to a tracking system and live broadcast from onboard cameras. New channels to show the race in Albania and Vietnam.

Technological Fraud to be Controlled on 2016 Tour

The French Government, represented by the Secretary of State for Sports Thierry Braillard and Secretary of State for Higher Education and Research Thierry Mandon, and cycling authorities with the UCI President Brian Cookson, French Cycling Federation President David Lappartient and Tour de France director Christian Prudhomme, have announced that thermal imaging cameras will be employed to control cases of technological fraud on the 2016 Tour.

Day-1 Paris-Roubaix News

The Troisvilles cobbles will finally feature as expected on the course of the 114th edition of Paris-Roubaix, in which world champion Peter Sagan and three-times winner Fabian Cancellara will battle it out for victory.

ASO’s Game Of Monopoly

The ASO's recent 'withdrawal' of its races from the World Tour calendar could very clearly set pro cycling on a path to an even worse economic state than already exists. This analysis from TheOuterLine.com explains the dangers that lie ahead.

2015 Paris-Roubaix 52.7 Km of Cobbles: The Star Ratings

After a final recce of the Paris-Roubaix course today, Christian Prudhomme, Jean-François Pescheux and Thierry Gouvenou have assigned a difficulty rating to all of the 27 sectors of cobbles or “pavés”, taking into account their length, unevenness, general condition and location on the route.