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The Best Locks for Protecting Your Bike or Ebike

Whichever lock you go with, make sure it can loop around your lock-up point—a bike rack, a secure fence—and through…

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Business

From fly fishing to cycling — the new popular pastimes of the ultra-rich

For the ultra-rich, fly fishing is one of the most popular ways to spend time, a new report says. GROGL…

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Europe

Mallorca, the European leader for cycling tourism

Tour operators and hoteliers say that there has been a total recovery of Mallorca’s cycling tourism following the pandemic and…

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Tech

The Tern NBD S5i Is an Ebike for the Mobility-Challenged

There’s one big problem with electric bikes as an alternative eco-friendly mode of transportation: Most people who own one already…

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Sports

Bibic becomes 1st Canadian to win gold in men’s scratch race at Track Cycling World Championships | CBC Sports

Canada’s Dylan Bibic won the men’s scratch race at the 2022 UCI Track Cycling World Championships on Thursday in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France. The 19-year-old…

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Sports

Aussie men’s sprint team ends Dutch domination at world track cycling titles

Evergreen cycling maestro Matt Glaetzer has led the Australian men’s sprint team to glory at the world track championships —…

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Sports

Cycling star Nieve rushed to hospital in final race after horror crash

Spanish cyclist Mikel Nieve has been rushed to hospital after being involved a horrendous crash to bring the curtain down…

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Europe

L’Eroica vintage bike race attracts thousands to Tuscany

More than eight thousand cycling enthusiasts completed a tour of Tuscany in the 25th annual L’Eroica vintage cycling festival in…

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Sports

Australian cycling to benefit from ‘electric’ World Championships in Wollongong

For eight days there was an unfamiliar stillness across the city of Wollongong, as some of its busiest streets were…

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Sports

Dutch cycling champ ‘shattered’ after guilty plea to assault

Dutch cyclist Mathieu van der Poel has left Australia after pleading guilty in Sutherland Local Court yesterday to assaulting two teenage girls in…

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