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  1. Steve Hed, aerodynamics pioneer and industry icon, dies at 59

    Steve Hed will be remembered for his warm, curious personality and brilliant innovations in the field of bicycle aerodynamics. He died Wednesday at age 59. Photo courtesy of HED Cycling.

    Steve Hed, a relentless tinkerer and pioneer who set wheel-building trends in the cycling industry for three decades, died Wednesday

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  2. German broadcasters mull airing Tour de France

    Marcel Kittel is on the leading edge of the new wave of German cyclists that is helping the country turn the page on the previous generation's doping scandals. Photo: Tim De Waele | TDWsport.com

    After three years without live Tour de France coverage, German TV considers the possibility of broadcasting the race again

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  3. Video: Col Collective rides Italy’s Passo Gavia

    Ride along with Col Collective on the legendary Passo Gavia, a climb of 17.3km in the Italian Alps.

    Ride one of Italy's most legendary climbs, the Passo Gavia, with the Col Collective

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  4. Astana’s Fedosseyev tests positive for anabolic steroids

    Team Astana has faced increasing scrutiny as five riders associated with the team have been snared by anti-doping tests in the second half of 2014. Photo: BrakeThrough Media | brakethroughmedia.com (File).

    A third Astana Continental team rider has been snared by anti-doping tests. Five riders associated with Astana have now tested positive

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  5. Will back pain force Tim Johnson to walk away?

    TIm Johnson is battling back pain but looking for a result at nationals. After that, he will think about his future as a racer. Photo: Dan Seaton (File).

    At 37, American Tim Johnson has raced a lot of cyclocross. He's now battling back spasms that threaten to end his professional career

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