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There’s no ‘off-season’ in cycling: 5 ways to feed your racing needs this winter

There’s no ‘off-season’ in cycling: 5 ways to feed your racing needs this winter

The 2022 road race season is winding down, so how is a cycling junkie going to feed their fix? Thankfully, with the rise of live…

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The 2022 road race season is winding down, so how is a cycling junkie going to feed their fix?

Thankfully, with the rise of live streaming, it’s easier and more accessible than ever to watch elite professional road racing.

Between GCN+, FloBikes, and other streaming services, just about every major road race on the men’s and women’s elite road race calendars is being streamed or broadcast live.

All that comes to end early next week with the closing stages at Le Tour de Langkawi.

What’s a cycling junkie to do?

Thankfully, there are plenty of options to feed the cycling itch right at your fingertips.

Here are five ways to keep feeding the cycling fix: Watching the wheels: Track racing Track racing keeps the wheels turning during the winter. Track racing might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but for hardcore fans, the velodrome is an acquired taste that gets better the deeper you dig.There’s a plethora of tracking racing options to keep fans engaged across the winter.The UCI recently shook-up its track calendar, eliminating the long-running World Cup program and moving the world championships from February to October. In fact, they’re happening right now in France.Replacing the World Cup is the Nation’s Cup series, which also makes room for the new UCI Champions League series, which returns for its second season.Season 2 opens in Mallorca on November 12, with five stops on the calendar. Berlin, Paris, and London will also host events this autumn, with the action live on the Eurosport app, eurosport.co.uk, and […]

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