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Bicycle Racing News and Opinion,
Friday, January 1, 2016

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"Never argue with stupid people, they will only drag you down to their level and then beat you with experience." Though this great quote is attributed to Mark Twain, I can't find anywhere he actually wrote or said it.

Happy New Year! 2016 racing starts today

With the start to the new racing season Carol and would like to thank you all for visiting our site. We love riding, reading and writing about riding. Since 1974, in one way or another, bikes have been our careers and it has been a joy. We look forward to many more cycling seasons and are thrilled to share our love of life on two wheels with you.

Bill and Carol McGann

Riding from Padua to Monselice on a foggy Fall morning in the 1980s.

And (drum roll, please) today is the first race of the season, the four-day Michelton Wines Bay Cycling Classic being held in Australia. We've got complete results as well as the race story posted.

Peter Sagan posts "Grease" take-off video

This is pure fun! Enjoy.

Vastgoedservice-Golden Palace team becomes Crelan-Vasgoedservice

UCI Continental team Vastgoedservice-Golden Palace has morphed a bit. In 2016 it will be Crelan-Vastgoedservice. Crelan is a Belgian bank that is 50% owned by Crédit Agricole. Crelan has a long history of pro cycling involvement, starting with the Crélan-Euphony team in 2001.

The team posted a YouTube video with the new racing kit. It's in Flemish, but who cares, right?

Again, Happy New Year!

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