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First look at Yeti’s new enduro race bike
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A custom stars-and-stripes machine for the triple national champion
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T-Mobile's Andreas Klöden is back on the bike again for limited training, and should hear this week...
T-Mobile's Andreas Klöden is back on the bike again for limited training, and should hear this week what the next step is in his recovery from injuries suffered in the Tour de France, he reports on his website, www.andreas-kloeden.com. He can ride for a two-hour light training, he says. "That's not a whole lot, but at least I can do something for my muscles and circulation." This week he is scheduled to visit the team's medical staff in Freiburg, Germany, for an examination of the fractured hand bone suffered in a Tour crash. "Then it will be decided whether the plaster cast can finally be removed and/or I get a splint for the hand or or or..."
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