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    Stream On: Cycling TV Coverage Explained

    With races, riders, sponsors and jerseys changing on an almost annual basis, keeping up with the UCI WorldTour can be a complicated affair. But it’s nothing compared to deciphering pro cycling’s increasingly fragmented broadcasting landscape, as Peter Maniaty explores. It wasn’t easy being a cycling fan in Australia back in the 1980s. Pre-Cycling Central. Pre-Eurosport. Pre-internet. When it […] More

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    Courses Announced For Women’s & Men’s 2022 TDF

    The eagerly-anticipated route for the Women’s Tour de France has been announced, the landmark event starting the same day the men’s Tour finishes in Paris next year. The race covers 1,029 kilometres over 8 stages and starts with an 82km loop around Paris. It begins at the Eiffel Tower and finishes on Champs Elysées where the […] More

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    Reports Mike Tomalaris Has Left SBS

    Television industry website TV Blackbox has reported Mike Tomalaris has left the SBS network. According to a post on the TVB website an SBS spokesperson said: “Mike Tomalaris is moving on from SBS after more than 30 years with the network. We wish him well for his next chapter.” TV Blackbox also understands he will […] More

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    Stream On: Cycling TV Coverage Explained

    With races, riders, sponsors and jerseys changing on an almost annual basis, keeping up with the UCI WorldTour can be a complicated affair. But it’s nothing compared to deciphering pro cycling’s increasingly fragmented broadcasting landscape, as Peter Maniaty explores. It wasn’t easy being a cycling fan in Australia back in the 1980s. Pre-Cycling Central. Pre-Eurosport. Pre-internet. When it […] More

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    Courses Announced For Women’s & Men’s 2022 TDF

    The eagerly-anticipated route for the Women’s Tour de France has been announced, the landmark event starting the same day the men’s Tour finishes in Paris next year. The race covers 1,029 kilometres over 8 stages and starts with an 82km loop around Paris. It begins at the Eiffel Tower and finishes on Champs Elysées where the […] More

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    Reports Mike Tomalaris Has Left SBS

    Television industry website TV Blackbox has reported Mike Tomalaris has left the SBS network. According to a post on the TVB website an SBS spokesperson said: “Mike Tomalaris is moving on from SBS after more than 30 years with the network. We wish him well for his next chapter.” TV Blackbox also understands he will […] More

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    Specialized Issue Voluntary Recall Of Tarmac SL7

    It has been one of the more drawn out mea culpas in memory, the voluntarily recall of the Tarmac SL7 from Specialized. Why? Because “harsh impacts may put extraordinary stress on headset components and may initiate a crack in the fork’s steerer tube.” Months ago well-known YouTuber Durian Rider was putting out videos about potential […] More

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    Stream On: Cycling TV Coverage Explained

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    Courses Announced For Women’s & Men’s 2022 TDF

    The eagerly-anticipated route for the Women’s Tour de France has been announced, the landmark event starting the same day the men’s Tour finishes in Paris next year. The race covers 1,029 kilometres over 8 stages and starts with an 82km loop around Paris. It begins at the Eiffel Tower and finishes on Champs Elysées where the […] More

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    Reports Mike Tomalaris Has Left SBS

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    Specialized Issue Voluntary Recall Of Tarmac SL7

    It has been one of the more drawn out mea culpas in memory, the voluntarily recall of the Tarmac SL7 from Specialized. Why? Because “harsh impacts may put extraordinary stress on headset components and may initiate a crack in the fork’s steerer tube.” Months ago well-known YouTuber Durian Rider was putting out videos about potential […] More

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    Stream On: Cycling TV Coverage Explained

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    Courses Announced For Women’s & Men’s 2022 TDF

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    Reports Mike Tomalaris Has Left SBS

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    Specialized Issue Voluntary Recall Of Tarmac SL7

    It has been one of the more drawn out mea culpas in memory, the voluntarily recall of the Tarmac SL7 from Specialized. Why? Because “harsh impacts may put extraordinary stress on headset components and may initiate a crack in the fork’s steerer tube.” Months ago well-known YouTuber Durian Rider was putting out videos about potential […] More

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    Stream On: Cycling TV Coverage Explained

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    Courses Announced For Women’s & Men’s 2022 TDF

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    Reports Mike Tomalaris Has Left SBS

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    Specialized Issue Voluntary Recall Of Tarmac SL7

    It has been one of the more drawn out mea culpas in memory, the voluntarily recall of the Tarmac SL7 from Specialized. Why? Because “harsh impacts may put extraordinary stress on headset components and may initiate a crack in the fork’s steerer tube.” Months ago well-known YouTuber Durian Rider was putting out videos about potential […] More

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    Courses Announced For Women’s & Men’s 2022 TDF

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    Courses Announced For Women’s & Men’s 2022 TDF

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