RideArgyle
RideArgyle
yesterday at 18:49. Facebook
Another rainy day in Romandie. The stage one summit finish wasn't quite as decisive as many people expected. Cannondale-Drapac put three riders -- Brown, Canty and Uran) in the 60-rider leading group from which Michael Albasini (ORS) emerged victorious.

Tomorrow looks like a good day for the breakaway on paper. Stay tuned!
Another rainy day in Romandie The stage one summit finish wasnt quite
RideArgyle
RideArgyle
yesterday at 11:13. Facebook
Big day starting NOW at Tour De Romandie:
broadcast start: 4pm CET (8am MDT)
approximate finish: 5:20pm CET (9:20am MDT)
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The Cyclingnews live text updates are a great resource for following along before the broadcast begins: [ Cyclingnews.com Link ]
Big day starting NOW at Tour De Romandie:
Lonnie Tucker
RideArgyle
RideArgyle
yesterday at 01:49. Facebook
Lots of good nutrition, cooking and (of course!) cycling questions asked and answered in this video Cycling Weekly filmed with #GreenArgyle team chef Sean Fowler and the "boss of the best chef in the peloton" Olga Belenko.
Lots of good nutrition cooking and of course cycling questions asked and

Pro chef’s kitchen: Cannondale Drapac – Sean Fowler (video) - Cycling Weekly

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Gordon MacDonald
RideArgyle
RideArgyle
04/25/2017 at 19:13. Facebook
Rainy Romandie prologue provided an early initial sorting of the general classification. The big test comes tomorrow. First road stage, and there's no easing into things with a summit finish up to Champéry.

Check out results from today here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Rainy Romandie prologue provided an early initial sorting of the general classification
RideArgyle
RideArgyle
04/25/2017 at 11:57. Facebook
“The terrain in Romandie is without a doubt challenging, and the spring weather can also make it extremely hard. The race brings together a mix of GC riders, Ardennes specialists, and riders ramping up for the Giro, which raises the level very high.” - DS Charly Wegelius

Tour De Romandie begins today in Aigle with a 4.7km prologue. #GreenArgyle start times (all CET -- +8 for MDT)

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The terrain in Romandie is without a doubt challenging and the spring

Cannondale-Drapac fields diverse squad for challenging Tour de Romandie

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Stefania Solagna
Andrew F. Bennett
Jason Crawford
RideArgyle
RideArgyle
04/24/2017 at 16:40. Facebook
Turns out that not having a bus makes for better post-race photos. See for yourself in the Gruber gallery out of Liège-Bastogne-Liège:
Turns out that not having a bus makes for better postrace photos

Gruber gallery: Liège-Bastogne-Liège - Cannondale-Drapac Pro Cycling Team

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RideArgyle
RideArgyle
04/24/2017 at 00:57. Facebook
Mike Woods sprinted to ninth place at Liège-Bastogne-Liège on Sunday. It is the first time the Canadian has cracked the top ten at a Monument. While it’s an impressive result for the second-year professional, ninth tells you nothing about the exhilarating performance #GreenArgyle delivered.

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Mike Woods sprinted to ninth place at LiègeBastogneLiège on Sunday It is
David Maltais
Virendra Virendra
Stefania Solagna
RideArgyle
RideArgyle
04/24/2017 at 00:04. Facebook
"The guys rode exceptionally well. It was a really cool team effort being able to attack and having Villella there with me. Formolo rode so well, and everyone did such a good job setting us up. I think it’s a really positive experience for the week despite not getting a big win, and I think the big win is coming.” - Mike Woods, who rode to ninth at Liège.

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The guys rode exceptionally well It was a really cool team effort

Green Argyle animates Liège-Bastagone-Liège finale; Woods finishes ninth - Cannondale-Drapac Pro Cycling Team

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Peter Plaunt
Derek Johnston
Tricia Margaret
RideArgyle
RideArgyle
04/23/2017 at 17:51. Facebook
The boys raced their hearts out today. This about sums up LBL for us. "I saw that there was a bit of hesitation by the bunch at the top of the Saint Nicolas," Formolo said. "I felt good and so I said: OK. All in! I'll take a risk to finish alone; everything or nothing."
The boys raced their hearts out today This about sums up LBL

Cannondale-Drapac go down with all guns blazing in Liege-Bastogne-Liege | Cyclingnews.com

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Arno Mijsberg
Michael Forrest
Walter Terribile
RideArgyle
RideArgyle
04/23/2017 at 15:49. Facebook
Davide Formolo launched the last attack at Liege-Bastogne-Liege and carried 10" on the run-in to the line. He was caught in the final 400 meters. Mike Woods picked up where Formolo left off, sprinting in for ninth place. In the video below, Davide tells you about the final from his perspective. Listen and learn (and admire the amazing hair):
Bochet Leland
Federica Sona
Roberto Zuccon
RideArgyle
RideArgyle
04/21/2017 at 22:33. Facebook
“Over the last few weeks, we’ve seen the best guys appearing early. If the best guys appear early here, I’m not worried about that. We’ll be there with the right guys. We have a lot of guys in good shape coming out Basque Country, coming out of Trentino, and we plan to back one of them. I don’t want to say any more than that.” - DS Tom Southam

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Over the last few weeks weve seen the best guys appearing early

Uran and Co. look to animate Liège-Bastogne-Liège - Cannondale-Drapac Pro Cycling Team

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RideArgyle
RideArgyle
04/21/2017 at 11:15. Facebook
Fascinating read about training the stomach to tolerate increased carbohydrate consumption while training and racing -- includes comments from our Michael Woods Pro Cyclist and features team partners OTE Sports and Sound Probiotics.
Fascinating read about training the stomach to tolerate increased carbohydrate c

To eat on the go, endurance athletes need to train their stomachs

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RideArgyle
RideArgyle
04/21/2017 at 09:18. Facebook
The final stage of Tour of the Alps is now underway. We've got Hugh Carthy's white jersey to defend! #GreenArgyle has been racing super aggressively all week. Looking forward to seeing our crew in Italy tackle the last hilly 192 kilometers.

stage start: 10:40AM CET
broadcast start: 2:15PM CET
projected finish: 3:10-3:40PM CET
The final stage of Tour of the Alps is now underway Weve
RideArgyle
RideArgyle
04/20/2017 at 22:04. Facebook
“We’re starting to really mesh. It feels like when I played hockey as a kid and you start gluing with another guy. You start to know exactly where he is, where is going to be. You can always pass to where you know he will be. That’s what happened on the lead-out. I knew exactly where he would be to jump on his wheel. It was a huge success from an execution perspective." - Mike Woods

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Were starting to really mesh It feels like when I played hockey

Perfect execution but lacking legs in Flèche Wallonne final - Cannondale-Drapac Pro Cycling Team

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Dominic Fontaine
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Gordon Davis
RideArgyle
RideArgyle
04/20/2017 at 17:07. Facebook
All around #goodgreeday for #GreenArgyle at Tour of the Alps with Davide Villella representing in the early breakaway and rounding out the top ten following a very animated final 90 minutes of racing. We had four riders left in a 48-strong reduced bunch that contested the finish, including our three general classification guys: Davide Formolo (5), Hugh Carhty (7) and Pierre Rolland (9). Hugh...
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All around goodgreeday for GreenArgyle at Tour of the Alps with Davide
Anedio Cagnin
RideArgyle
RideArgyle
04/20/2017 at 08:04. Facebook
Hugh Carthy has ben in the white best young rider's jersey since the first stage of the re-branded Tour of the Alps (formerly Giro del Trentino). This story on the unflappable 22-year-old is worth a read before you follow along on the penultimate stage.

STAGE FOUR DETAILS:
distance: 165.3km
start: 11:10am in Bolzano
finish: between 3:15-3:40pm in Cles
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Hugh Carthy has ben in the white best young riders jersey since

Hugh Carthy aggressive again at Tour of the Alps | Cyclingnews.com

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Doug Heckman
We asked photographer Marshall Kappel to shoot Paris-Roubaix old school for us — with a 1961 Polaroid camera. Enjoy!

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We asked photographer Marshall Kappel to shoot ParisRoubaix old school for us
Edinho Ribeiro
Kevin van Troyen
Paul Goldman
Michael Woods Pro Cyclist powered his way up to eleventh in today's Flèche Wallonne, where Alejandro Valverde took his fourth straight win. Tom-Jelte Slagter followed in 21st place and Rigoberto Urán in 23rd.

#GreenArgyle had worked hard in the last 10km to bring back lone leader Bob Jungels, who had at one point gained an advantage of almost a minute. They were successful and Woods let the...
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Michael Woods Pro Cyclist powered his way up to eleventh in todays
Virendra Virendra
Dave Cook
Stefania Solagna
We're ten minutes out from the start of Flèche Wallonne. We'll be going from Binche towards Huy for three times up the infamous Mur. We're all in for Mike Woods, who finished 12th at Fleche last year despite poor positioning ahead of the final climb.

Here's the time schedule for today:
The race starts at 11.10am CET.
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Were ten minutes out from the start of Flèche Wallonne Well be
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A double race day for #GreenArgyle. Yet another changed stage in the Tour of the Alps, due to snow on the Passo delle Erbe. Stage 3 has been reduced to 135.6 kilometers and will start at 10.40am CET.

In the Ardennes, the classics week continues with Flèche Wallonne. Remind yourself of our roster and read the preview with quotes from Toms Skujiņš and Tom Southam here: [ Slipstreamsports.com...
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A double race day for GreenArgyle Yet another changed stage in the