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Cycling News May 4, 2020

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has announced an official delay to all large events in the country until after September 1st, putting the rescheduled Tour de France which is due to start in August in jeopardy. Speculation has flown as to whether the Tour de France will get special treatment, but no official statements have been released.

Cycling News April 27, 2020

Italy has been on lockdown since March 9th, and is country most-heavily affected by the coronavirus pandemic. But after nearly two months, the country is planning a gradual re-opening, including the allowance of socially-distanced outdoor sporting activities beginning on May 4th. This is welcome news to tens of thousands of cyclists who have been unable to ride outdoors since early March.

Cycling News April 20, 2020

Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, ASO, the organizers of the Tour de France, have officially postponed the 2020 event to August 29 to September 20, 2020. This move – among others – creates a jam-packed calendar for fall 2020, although no less can be expected with so many spring and summer events being forced to move. The UCI Road World Championships in Aigle-Martigny, Switzerland are set for September 20-27, leaving little-to-no turnaround time for riders planning on finishing the Tour.

Cycling News April 13, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic continues its stranglehold on society, extending the quarantine and stay-at-home guidelines set in place throughout the world. Cancellations and postponements of thousands of events have already taken place, and the sport of cycling is not immune. Both the UCI and USA Cycling have extended their event bans until at least the beginning of June, and right now, there is no clear end in sight.

Cycling News April 6, 2020

On Sunday, April 5th – the original date of the 2020 Tour of Flanders – 13 of the world’s best hopped onto their home trainers and logged onto BKool, a virtual cycling platform similar to Zwift. The riders would take on 31 km of virtual roads, including the Kruisberg, Oude Kwaremont, and Paterberg climbs.

Cycling News March 23, 2020

Not much has changed regarding the past and future seven days, as every race, event, and social gathering has been cancelled for at least the next couple of weeks because of the COVD-19 pandemic. However, a number of organizers have announced tentative plans for their races in 2020 or 2021.

Cycling News March 16, 2020

The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has changed the world as we know it. The threat is far greater and more important than race cancellations, as thousands of people around the world have tested positive for the virus. Among those directly affected are Fernando Gaviria and Max Richeze of UAE Team Emirates who remain quarantined in an Abu Dhabi hospital. Both riders were part of the UAE Tour which was cancelled for the suspected presence of coronavirus some three weeks ago.time ever.

Cycling News March 8, 2020

The windswept roads to Chalette-sur-Loing saw echelons, crashes, and major splits in the peloton by the time the riders reached the finish of Stage 2. Giacomo Nizzolo (NTT Pro Cycling) emerged victorious in the final sprint ahead of Pascal Ackermann (Bora-Hansgrohe) and Jasper Stuyven (Trek-Segafredo).Angeles based CycleStream TV will return to Redlands in 2020, and add free live streaming coverage to the Tour of the Gila in Silver City, New Mexico. Cyclestream will continue to push the envelope of technology, offering both streams in full 4k for the first
time ever.

Cyclestream.TV Announces Free Livestreaming of Redlands Bicycle Classic and Tour of the Gila

Cycling media house announced today that they had reached agreements with two major US professional races to provide free live coverage. Following a successful pilot streaming the Redlands Bicycle Classic in 2019, Los
Angeles based CycleStream TV will return to Redlands in 2020, and add free live streaming coverage to the Tour of the Gila in Silver City, New Mexico. Cyclestream will continue to push the envelope of technology, offering both streams in full 4k for the first
time ever.

Cycling News March 1, 2020

The Strade Bianche was cancelled after a meeting between Italian authorities and race organizer RCS Sport. The previous evening, the Italian government had issued a statement banning sporting events which could not be held behind closed doors. Cycling on the beautiful, unpaved roads of Strade Bianche is, obviously, not in this category. Covid-19 coronavirus has continued to spread throughout Europe and the rest of the world, and the risk to public health is too great at this time to hold public events In Italy.

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