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VN Show: Boels-Dolmans dominates; the Valverde rules

Editor’s note: This video includes images from TDW Sport, ASO/Tour de France,, Flickr Creative Commons  This week’s episode of the VeloNews Show is sponsored by Rotor, which invites everyone to check out its new 2INPower (Twin Power) dual-sided power meter. The 2INPower has eight sensors and measures up to 200 data points per second. Rotor also designed a […]

Bikes of the Little 500

Editor’s note: This video includes images from Black Key Bulls If you’ve seen the classic 1979 film “Breaking Away” then you are familiar with Indiana University’s Little 500 bicycle race. The annual race has teams of four race for 50 miles around the university’s Bill Armstrong Stadium in an epic relay format. Each team must exchange bicycles no […]

VN Show: Gilbert smashes Amstel, Boels-Dolmans is back

Editor’s note: This video includes images from TDW Sport,, Amstel Gold Race, Philippe Gilbert is like Godzilla on a bike. No, he’s like Hulk Hogan on Crossfit. No, he’s like a grizzly bear and a great white shark, only with shaved legs and a 53-tooth chainring. OK, these awful comparisons should not undersell how strong Philippe Gilbert […]

VN Show: Mat Hayman talks Roubaix, Aussie bike slang

On this week’s The VeloNews Show we sit down with defending Paris-Roubaix champion Mathew Hayman. It’s been a year since Hayman won the Queen of the Classics, so what does he remember most about that day on the cobbles? Hayman also explains to us the finer points of Australian cycling slang. What do Aussies call a kook […]

VN Show: At the Flanders start line in Antwerp

The Ronde Van Vlaanderen (Tour of Flanders) is the biggest day of the near for Belgian cycling. This year, organizers Flanders Classics moved the start line from Bruges to Antwerp. We were on the start line in the port city to soak in ambiance. There were thousands of screaming fans, more deafening Euro pop music than anyone […]