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VUELTA CICLISTA A LA REGIóN DE MURCIA – GRAN PREMIO BANCO SABADELL, OFFICIAL PARTICIPANTS LIST

FRI · 15th FEB. 2019

Astana

1. Luís León Sánchez (ESP)

2. Pello Bilbao (ESP)

3. Dario Cataldo (ITA)

4. Omar Fraile (ESP)

5. Yuriy Natarov (KAZ)

6. Jakob Fuglsang (DEN)

Movistar

11. Alejandro Valverde (ESP)

12. Rubén Fernández (ESP)

13. Carlos Barbero (ESP)

14. Carlos Betancur (COL)

15. José Joaquín Rojas (ESP)

16. Rafael Valls (ESP)

17. Héctor Carretero (ESP)

Mitchelton-Scott

21. Matteo Trentin (ITA)

22. Michael Albasini (SUI)

23. Jack Bauer (NZL)

24. Damien Howson (AUS)

25. Robert Stannard (AUS)

26. Christopher Juul-Jensen (DEN)

27. Dion Smith (NZL)

CCC

31. William Barta (USA)

32. Pawel Bernas (POL)

33. Simon Geschke (GER)

34. Jonas Koch (GER)

35. Serge Pauweñs (BEL)

36. Laurens ten Dam (NED)

37. Riccardo Zoidl (AUT)

Roompot-Charles

41. Lars Boom (NED)

42. Senne Leysen (BEL)

43. Sjoerd van Ginneken (NED)

44. Nick van der Lijke (NED)

45. Mathias De Witte (BEL)

46. Justin Timmermans (NED)

47. Oscar Riesebeek (NED)

Katusha-Alpecin

51. Alex Dowsett (GBR)

52. Marco Haller (AUT)

53. Nils Politt (GER)

54. Willie Smit (RSA)

55. Simon Spilak (SLO)

56. Dmitry Strakhov (RUS)

57. Daniel Navarro (ESP)

Bora-Hansgrohe

61. Pascal Ackermann (GER)

62. Jean-Pierre Drucker (LUX)

63. Peter Kennaugh (GBR)

64. Patrick Konrad (AUT)

65. Juraj Sagan (SVK)

66. Andreas Schillinger (GER)

67. Rüdiger Selig (GER)

Burgos-BH

71. Nuno Bico (POR)

72. Jetse Bol (NED)

73. Jorge Cubero (ESP)

74. Daniel López (ESP)

75. Ángel Madrazo (ESP)

76. James Mitri (GBR)

77. Manuel Peñalver (ESP)

Sport Vlaanderen

81. Kevin Deltombe (BEL)

82. Aaron Van Poucke (BEL)

83. Thimo Willems (BEL)

84. Thomas Sprengers (BEL)

85. Dries Van Gestel (BEL)

86. Aaron Verwilst (BEL)

87. Edward Planckaert (BEL)

Kometa

91. Daniel Viegas (POR)

92. Isaac Cantón (ESP)

93. Samuele Rubino (ITA)

94. Antonio Puppio (ITA)

95. José Antonio García (ESP)

96. Juan Camacho (ESP)

97. Juan Pedro López (ESP)

Cofidis

101. José Herrada (ESP)

102. Natnael Berhane (ERI)

103. Victor Lafay (FRA)

104. Filippo Fortin (ITA)

105. Mathias Le Turnier (FRA)

106. Emmanuel Morin (FRA)

107. Zico Waeytens (BEL)

Fundación Euskadi

111. Antonio Jesús Soto (ESP)

112. Mikel Alonso (ESP)

113. Unai Cuadrado (ESP)

114. Peio Goikoetxea (ESP)

115. Txomin Juaristi (ESP)

116. Jokin Aranburu (ESP)

117. Dzmitry Zhyhunou (BLR)

Rally UHC Cycling

121. Ryan Anderson (CAN)

122. Kyle Murphy (USA)

123. Matteo Dal-Cin (CAN)

124. Nigel Ellsay (CAN)

125. Emerson Oronte (USA)

126. Gavin Mannion (USA)

127. Robin Carpenter (USA)

Caja Rural-RGA

131. Jon Aberasturi (ESP)

132. Cristian Rodríguez (ESP)

133. Xavier Cañellas (ESP)

134. Sergei Chernetski (RUS)

135. Álvaro Cuadros (ESP)

136. Mauricio Moreira (URU)

137. David González (ESP)

Euskadi-Murias

141. Beñat Intxausti (ESP)

142. Óscar Rodríguez (ESP)

143. Enrique Sanz (ESP)

144. Garikoitz Bravo (ESP)

145. Cyril Barthe (FRA)

146. Urko Berrade (ESP)

147. Juan A. López-Cózar (ESP)

Gazprom-RusVelo

151. Aleksandr Vlasov (RUS)

152. Nikolay Cherkasov (RUS)

153. Alexander Evtushenko (RUS)

154. Stepan Kurianov (RUS)

155. Petr Rikunov (RUS)

156. Denis Nekrasov (RUS)

157. Aleksandr Porsev (RUS)

Direct Energie

161. Mathieu Burgaudeau (FRA)

162. Axel Journiaux (FRA)

163. Bryan Nauleau (FRA)

164. Paul Ourselin (FRA)

165. Perrig Quémeneur (FRA)

166. Thomas Boudat (FRA)

167. Rein Taaramae (EST)

Wanty-Groupe Gobert

171. Aimé De Gendt (BEL)

172. Tom Devriendt (BEL)

173. Timothy Dupont (BEL)

174. Yoann Offredo (FRA)

175. Kévin Van Melsen (BEL)

176. Pieter Vanspeybrouck (BEL)

177. Loïc Vliegen (BEL)

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70 VUELTA COMUNIDAD VALENCIANA TEAMS

SUN · 3rd FEB. 2019

MOV - Movistar TeamGARCIA ACOSTA, Jose Vte1. ALEJANDRO VALVERDE2. DANIELE BENNATI2. RUBÉN FERNÁNDEZ2. NELSON OLIVEIRA2. JÜRGEN ROELANDTS2. CARLOS VERONASKY - Team SkyKNAVEN, Henricus1. GERAINT THOMAS1. BEN SWIFT1. IAN STANNARD1. DIEGO ROSA1. SALVATORE PUCCIO1. CHRIS LAWLESS1. DAVID DE LA CRUZUAE - UAE Team EmiratesPEIPER, Allan1. DAN MARTIN1. MANUELE MORI1. RORY SUTHERLAND1. EDWARD RAVASI1. MARCO MARCATO1. ALEXANDER KRISTOFF1. RUI COSTAMTS - Mitchelton ScottLAPAGE, Laurenzo1. LUKA MEZGEC1. CHRISTOPHER JUUL-JENSEN1. JACK HAIG1. MIKEL NIEVE1. ESTEBAN CHAVES1. ADAM YATES1. MATTEO TRENTINALM -...

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WOMEN UCI TEAM 2019

SUN · 20th JAN. 2019

Women UCI Team 2019ACTAlasayl Cycling Team Emiratos Árabes UnidosASIALEAlé Cipollini ItaliaEURVAIAromitalia Vaiano ItaliaEURASAAstana Women's Team KazajistánASIBPKBePink ItaliaEURBDMBizkaia-Durango EspañaEURDLTBoels Dolmans Cycling Team Países BajosEURBTCBTC City Ljubljana EsloveniaEURCSRCanyon Sram Racing AlemaniaEURCBTCervélo-Bigla Pro Cycling Team AlemaniaEURGPCChina Liv Pro Cycling Hong KongASICGSCogeas-Mettler Pro Cycling Team RusiaEURCZGConceria Zabri-Fanini-Guerciotti AlbaniaEURCPCCylance Pro Cycling Estados UnidosAMEDVEDoltcini-Van Eyck Sport...

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WHAT BIKE TO CHOOSE TO GO TO WORK

FRI · 4th JAN. 2019

There are many different bicycle options that you could use to go to work, but you should consider several aspects when deciding on one:* Budget: You should consider other factors, but the budget you count with will certainly mark what type of bicycles you could afford.* Use: What use are you going to give to your new bike? Just to go to work, also for leisure, more sporting use? These aspects will also condition your final decision.* Distance to work: this is another essential element to consider for your choice.* Type of road to your work: will you bike along dirt roads, large slopes,...

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TIPS TO GO TO WORK BY BICYCLE

FRI · 4th JAN. 2019

The use of the bike as means of transport to go to work has a clear upward trend in Spain. Something ordinary in countries like Holland, Denmark or the United Kingdom, begins to gain strength in our country, with a much more suitable climate to keep in mind the bike as an option to go to work.Are you a beginner in the use of the bicycle? Here are some tips if you want to start using it as a means of transport:Tips to assess which bike you should buyThere are many different bicycle options that you could use to go to work, but you should consider several aspects when deciding on one:* Budget:...

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TIPS TO FACE YOUR FIST CYCLING EVENT

THU · 3rd JAN. 2019

Are you thinking of participating in your first cycling event? This is a challenge that, sooner or later, all cyclists end up facing with some common questions and fears. Cycling Friendly brings you several tips to face those fears!1) Sign up!Make your registration and have your bib. What an obvious advice, isn´t it? It may seem that way, but keep in mind that the main cycling events deplete registrations in a few days, or even in a few hours. On the other hand, never participate without a bib. You would not be assured. You would endanger other participants who have registered, and in...

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BENEFITS OF THE USE OF THE BICYCLE IN MENTAL HEALTH

MON · 24th DEC. 2018

Cycling has multiple benefits for our health. Several studies have verified these advantages for people who use the bicycle as a means of transport or to practice sports. We have already seen some of the conclusions for physical health (see REPORT), but there are also many benefits for our mental health:* The release of endorphins and serotonin reduces stress, improves moods and self-esteem. It also reduces the possibility of suffering from anxiety or depression.* It improves our attention and reflexes, thanks to the constant forecast of the different situations that can happen to us on the...

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