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The Verge

Strava's Premium service will pay for smartphones that break in cycling accidents
The Verge
The insurance is for members in the US, UK, and Australia, and it offers customers free accidental damage coverage up to $600 for cycling accidents. There are some pretty tough criteria to qualify for the claim, though: Sunday's Insurance defines it as ...



Cyclingnews.com

Stetina wins Cascade Lakes stage at Cascade Classic
Cyclingnews.com
Peter Stetina made it two wins in three stages for the US National Team Friday at the Cascade Cycling Classic, taking the victory in the Cascade Lakes Road Race after the peloton reeled in the day's breakaway on the final climb. Stetina's win comes on ...

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The Guardian (blog)

How Stephen Roche ruled cycling in 1987
The Guardian (blog)
If you asked Irish cyclist Stephen Roche, surely he would say 1987. Roche changed my perception of the sport of cycling in 1987. When I was growing up in the 1980s, cycling mainly conjured up images of Kevin Keegan on Superstars. The nearest exposure I ...



Reuters

Cycling: Wait over as Boasson Hagen's homework pays off
Reuters
SALON-DE-PROVENCE, France (Reuters) - Edvald Boasson Hagen proved that it's always better to do your homework thoroughly as he ended a six-year wait for another Tour de France stage victory on Friday. The versatile Norwegian, riding for the ...
Cycling: Boasson Hagen takes stage win, Froome closes in on victoryNew York Daily News
Cycling-A day on the Tour de FranceEurosport.com
Cycling: Barguil triumphs on Stage 18South Bend Tribune
BBC Sport -New York Times -Cycling Weekly
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The Mercury News

Cycling, walking fundraiser to benefit diabetes research
The Mercury News
Photo Jacqueline Ramseyer/Bay Area News Group/July 18, 2017 Lions Clubs International and the American Diabetes Association are putting on the inaugural Ride4Diabetes, an eight-hour walking, hiking and cycling event supporting diabetes research, ...



Streetsblog San Francisco (blog)

Why Are Florida's Streets So Deadly for Cycling?
Streetsblog San Francisco (blog)
They accounted for 20 percent of total cyclist fatalities in the U.S. that year, in a state with just six percent of the nation's population. A recent study funded by the Florida Department of Transportation takes an in-depth look at why its streets ...



The Guardian (blog)

Undercover police target London drivers who pass too close to ...
The Guardian (blog)
'We can't be everywhere, but we could be anywhere' - undercover police on bicycles will ticket drivers who overtake dangerously close. Photograph: format4 ...

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Cyclingnews.com

Barguil: Cycling is cleaner, otherwise I wouldn't have won on the Izoard
Cyclingnews.com
Barguil was one of the revelations of this year's Tour de France, winning two mountain stages and the polka-dot climber's jersey. In France, where in the past fans have cried out 'dopage!' and riders have complained of a 'peloton at two speeds', there ...
Lance Armstrong: 'A man with no platform is a lost man'CNN International
'That can't be healthy': Polish cyclist Pawel Poljanski's photo reveals the ravages of Tour de FranceTelegraph.co.uk
Tour de France legs: Pawel Poljanski sends internet into meltdownBBC News
New York Post -Today.com -ABC Local
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Business Insider

America's 'Moneyball' Tour de France team just made a clever deal that should make it much more competitive against ...
Business Insider
The American professional cycling team Cannondale-Drapac, which is currently competing in the Tour de France, announced on Friday that it was teaming up with the Verizon-owned company Oath as its digital-media partner for the 2018 racing season.
Oath help secure Slipstream future with major sponsorship dealCyclingnews.com

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Outside Magazine

Lululemon Just Bought a Slice of 7Mesh. That's Good News for Cyclists.
Outside Magazine
Lululemon, the Vancouver, British Columbia–based clothing manufacturer, has made a minority investment in cycling apparel company 7Mesh. That's great news for 7Mesh, which should benefit from the athletic-wear juggernaut's marketing and distribution ...


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