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Lead photo on “Destination Ready” program website. (Source: Travel Oregon) Looking to boost Oregon tourism this coming summer season, Travel Oregon has launched a $250,000 grant program to encourage “visitor experiences that are COVID-19 appropriate.” The Destination Ready initiative targets six specific types of tourism experiences and “bike-frien
In this week’s CyclingTips podcast, Dane breaks down the news and Abby chats with Annemiek van Vleuten about her first Team Movistar team camp and her thoughts on 2021. With James off for the day, Shoddy is handed the reigns to Nerd Alert leading to a discussion of what kind of stationary bike Joe Biden should bring to the White House. This week al
Welcome to the week. Here are the most noteworthy items we came across in the past eight days. Sign of the times: One of many ripple effects of the bike boom in London is that their transport agency has announced a $1.4 million investment in quality bike parking spaces. When the Mayor speaks: New York City Bike Mayor Courtney Williams shares import
Many of you have wasted no time in ticking off your January challenges. Our first email came in from Barrie Morris on January 2 who said; “with snow on the ground on New Years Day, riding was constrained to the garage and Zwift.” But even then he couldn’t fend off the cold conditions. “Duration limited […]Original link
Olympic champion Greg Van Avermaet celebrates victory at Rio 2016 (Picture: Getty Images) The Tokyo Olympics are “unlikely” to go ahead this summer, according to the former boss of London 2012. Original link
Dan Martin during the 2020 Tour de France (Photo by Tim de Waele/Getty Images)Dan Martin says riding alongside Chris Froome and Mike Woods at Israel Start Up Nation can only be a good thing, as the team grows in strength for 2021. Original link
Remco Evenepoel after crashing at Il Lombardia (Photo by Tim de Waele/Getty Images)Remco Evenepoel is set to have more time off the bike so that his injuries suffered in his crash at Il Lombardia can fully healOriginal link
Kristin Armstrong at the 2016 Rio Olympics (Picture: Getty Images) Olympic gold medallist Kristin Armstrong has launched a new training programme designed to get more women engaging with cycling. Original link
Marc Hirschi takes his second career win in Flèche Wallonne 2020 (Photo by Bas Czerwinski/Getty Images)Marc Hirschi left Team DSM to join UAE Team Emirates after his contract was terminated due to unknown reasonsOriginal link
The Mavic support car at the Tour of Poland (Photo by Luc Claessen/Getty Images)Mavic will no longer be providing the neutral service at the Tour de France, bringing the 44-year-old tradition to an end. Original link
My journey toward understanding racism in Portland and the impact my whiteness has had on myself and others has taken a big turn in the past few weeks. This is because I finally took the time to listen to It Did Happen Here, an excellent podcast I highly recommend. Hosted and co-produced by Mic Crenshaw and Celina Flores along with Executive Produc
Chris Froome (right) with Israel Start-Up Nation co-owner Sylvan Adams (Picture: Israel Start-Up Nation/ B. Hodes) ris Froome said retiring after his 2019 crash “would have been the easier option,” but added it wasn’t the way he wanted to finish his cycling career. Original link
(Rui Vieira/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)No 10 says Johnson's cycle didn't break government guidelines, but a survey finds people think it has made the police's job harderOriginal link
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(Kenzo Tribouillard/AFP via Getty Images)The famous avenue, which hosts the final stage of the Tour de France, is set to be radically transformedOriginal link
(Photo by Thibault Camus - Pool/Getty Images)Marc Hirschi will also represent UAE Team Emirates at this year's French Grand TourOriginal link