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Bicycle Racing News and Opinion,
Saturday, January 30, 2021

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2020 Tour de France | 2020 Giro d'Italia

The audiobook version of The Story of the Tour de France, Volume 1 is available.

You think dogs will not be in heaven? I tell you, they will be there long before any of us. - Robert Louis Stevenson

Tour de France: 2020

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Volta a la Comunitat Valenciana requests postponement

The race was scehdule to be run during the first week of February, but because of the Covid-19 pandemic, it has requested new dates from the UCI.

Tadej Pogacar

Winner of the 2020 edition, Tadej Pogacar

Here's the organizer's short Facebook note:

"The organization of the Tour Cyclist to the Community Valencia Grand Prix Banc Sabadell has decided to postpone its 72th edition, scheduled for next week, between 3 and 7 February.

"Thank you for the support we are receiving from Teams, Sponsors, Institutions, FFCCSE, Volunteers, VCV organization and other organizations affected by this situation and how not, for all of you, the public without which cycling would not be possible.

"We will soon be giving the new dates, we hope for your support and understanding.

"See you very soon!!"

CyclingLab becomes performance partner with Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert Matériaux

Here’s the team’s post:

CyclingLab and WorldTour's Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert Matériaux have reached an agreement through which the Dutch enterprise will become the team's Performance Partner. Under the supervision of Intermarché-Wanty-Gobert’s Head Coach Frederik Veuchelen, the Cyclinglab coaches will support the organizing and overviewing of the training plans of the Belgian squad for the 2021 season onwards. Intermarché Wanty Gobert will kick off the season on the 31st of January at the GP Cycliste La Marseillaise before debuting on a stage race a few days later at the Etoile de Bessèges.

Wanty Gobert

The team will be on the line Sunday at Marseilles. Sirotti photo

Cyclinglab is a team of movement scientists, physiotherapists, a sports doctor and sports dietician. With an indoor training center, training guidance and services such as exercise tests and bikefittings, Cyclinglab translates the scientific knowledge of the pros to the cyclist of each level. With this expertise they train and test many professional cyclists, but every year they also prepare many recreational cyclists for goals such as Alpe d’Huzes, the Marmotte, Amstel Gold Race or the Dolomites Marathon.

Jim van den Berg (CyclingLab Owner):
" We are really excited to make the jump to the WorldTour. After having worked with several top riders individually, now we have to chance to oversee the evolution of a whole WorldTour squad. At Cyclinglab our mission is to train cyclists and we believe that behind real performance there’s always a team. Our team of trainers will make sure that the Intermarché Wanty Gobert's riders have the best possible assistance to improve their performance."

Frederik Veuchelen (Head Coach):
" I am delighted to work with the coaches of CyclingLab, with whom we organize the training camps and the annual training plans, through careful analysis of the numbers produced by the riders and helping defining parcours. Thanks to a smooth communication and great understanding between us, we build a coherent strategy both in the short and the long term for the riders, individually as well as collectively. With CyclingLab's expertise in training, coaching and support, our riders are in good hands!"

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