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Team Sky's outrageous F-Type TT team car, cooling vests and more
First look at Yeti’s new enduro race bike
Prototype wheels and saddles, cunning fixes and an arachnid
A custom stars-and-stripes machine for the triple national champion
The oldest classic of them all dates back to 1892, with the first professional race coming two years later. Liege-Bastogne-Liege is regularly identified in cycling circles as being the toughest classic of the lot due to its climbs, which are consistently longer than the other races and many of them coming in the second half of the race.
The race has been won by some all time greats of the sport, with Bernard Hinault’s victory in 1980, when it snowed throughout, standing out. Liege-Bastogne-Liege is a thorough test of stamina and tactical prowess and victory here is a highlight of any cyclist’s career. This year’s race promises to be an intriguing one. Philippe Gilbert is the defending champion but two-time winner Alejandro Valverde is now back from suspension and cannot be ruled out after an impressive start to the season.
Kazakh's succession is underway
Lotto-Belisol leader isolated in tactical Liège finale
Still “much work to be done”, Bradley McGee says
Europcar rider "could have won"
Liquigas-Cannondale rider almost pulls it off
Belgian champion hits red zone on Roche aux Faucons
Astana racer takes biggest win of his career
Garmin-Barracuda continues to improve
Both riders hoping for strong showing in Ardennes finale
At the start of the final spring classic
Fleche Wallonne winner looks to Liege-Bastogne-Liege