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Review: Psyched for Spring with Cycology Kit

Milan-Sanremo aka la Classicissima aka la Primavera is in the books, which means spring is in the air. Time to start thinking about putting winter kit away. Indeed, the peloton was in shorts and short sleeves on the coast road into Sanremo. And what better way to spring into spring riding with some new kit? If keeping your riding more on the fun side is part of the equation, then Cycology has the goods.

To Beet, or Not To Beet?

Athletes are often looking for any competitive edge they can get - whether that is lighter & stiffer bike components, more effective training programs, or even their diets & supplements. In past articles, we have investigated the positive benefits of caffeine on performance. However, in this month’s toolbox article, I wanted to focus on another common supplement for endurance athletes: beetroot juice!

EUROTRASH Monday: Cobbles in Belgium and Climbs in Spain & Italy!

Mar 27, 2023: All the EUROTRASH action from Gent-Wevelgem, E3 Saxo Classic, Classic Brugge-De Panne, Volta a Catalunya and Coppi e Bartali. Results, reports and video. Contador curious how Evenepoel will handle the Giro climbs. Rider news: Bernal, Van Aert, Lefevere, Pidcock, Gloag, Cavendish, Madouas and Molano. Team news. Plus To Colombia, Love Esteban video.

GENT-WEVELGEM’23: Laporte/Van Aert Dominant Double!

Dreadful weather, crashes and a dominant Jumbo-Visma team ruled Sunday's Gent-Wevelgem. With 50 kilometres to go, Wout van Aert and Christophe Laporte rode away from what was left of the decimated peloton. With a lead of 2 minutes with 10 kilometres to go, the win was theirs to share. Laporte took the win, arm in arm with Van Aert.

Canyon//SRAM’s Alex Morrice Gets PEZ’d!

With her successful participation in the Zwift Academy competition in December 2022, British rider Alex Morrice landed a two year contract with Women's WorldTour team Canyon//SRAM, a thrill for any serious rider. In March Leslie Reissner caught up with Alex to learn what it is like to start a new career as a professional bicycle racer.

GENT-WEVELGEM: The Classic Photo Gallery

The former "poor cousin" of the Tour of Flanders has gained new status in recent years with its move from a mid-week race slot to its own Sunday, and has become a better race where the real kings of the cobbles show up to do serious battle. We've scoured the Cor Vos archive to present this collection of the best Wevelgem photos from the 70s, 80s and 90s.

Britain’s Only Gent-Wevelgem Winner – Barry Hoban

It's Gent - Wevelgem 1974; you've made it over the savage Kemmel climb twice with the lead group and survived hanging on the back of an Eddy Merckx and Roger De Vlaeminck driven purge on the run-in; there are 17 guys left, so maybe you would settle for a top ten? Not if your name is Barry Hoban and you feel that the 'over-drive' is in your legs.