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Pier-André Coté Sprints to Ninth, Team Maintains Second in V-TdF

Pier-André Coté Sprints to Ninth, Team Maintains Second in V-TdF

The second weekend of the Virtual Tour de France concluded with explosive 46 km stage of Casse-Pattes. The early sprints were hotly contested as usual, but it was the Petit KOM where the gaps started to form.

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Matteo Dal-Cin Wins Stage 3 of V-TdF

Matteo Dal-Cin Wins Stage 3 of V-TdF

Matteo Dal-Cin timed his sprint to perfection to win stage 3 of the Virtual Tour de France by the smallest margins. Probing attacks throughout the 48 km stage kept the peloton under constant pressure, but there was not stopping the inevitable bunch sprint. The former Canadian road champ knew exactly what to expect coming into the technical finale and executed the team's plan to perfection. 

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14 Things with Joanne Kiesanowski

14 Things with Joanne Kiesanowski

Joanne Kiesanowski is a three-time Olympian from New Zealand who now directs our women's roster in races around the globe, from Australia to Colorado, and everywhere in between. She has seen the ebb and flow of bike racing in her twenty-year career, but her enthusiasm for the job still burns just as bright. 

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From Virtual to Reality - Women Invited to La Course by Le Tour de France

From Virtual to Reality - Women Invited to La Course by Le Tour de France

Rally Cycling is returning to the biggest one-day race on the women's calendar, La Course by Le Tour de France, on August 29, 2020. The team was invited to attend along with 14 UCI Continental squads and eight women's WorldTour teams.

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Our Secret Weapon for the Virtual Tour de France

Our Secret Weapon for the Virtual Tour de France

When Rally Cycling received a wildcard invite to the Virtual Tour de France, team management knew it needed a competitive edge. That's when they approached one of the world's top-ranked Zwift racers, Holden Comeau (Saris + The Pro's Closet), to share his unique expertise with the team. 

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Men Maintain Second in V-TdF GC, while Women Stack top 15 on Stage 2

Men Maintain Second in V-TdF GC, while Women Stack top 15 on Stage 2

The first weekend of the Virtual Tour de France wrapped up with a tough climbing stage that saw the men's and women's pelotons spread all over the Epic KOM climb. 

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Team Earns V-TdF's First White Jersey, Sits Second on GC

Team Earns V-TdF's First White Jersey, Sits Second on GC

A brilliant performance in the sprint finale on stage 1 of the Virtual Tour de France saw Pier-Andre Cote snatching second place, putting Rally Cycling into the lead of the white jersey classification for best young rider, as well as securing second in the yellow jersey classification for best overall team.

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The Virtual Tour de France

The Virtual Tour de France

Rally Cycling can never be ruled out. When team members returned home during the pandemic, they kept working. As e-Racing gathered steam, the whole team stepped up and performed. This ability to adapt and seize every opportunity did not go unnoticed, earning the men's and women's teams an invitation to participate in the first-ever Virtual Tour de France. 

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How to Watch the Virtual Tour de France

How to Watch the Virtual Tour de France

Rally Cycling's men's and women's teams are competing in the first-ever Virtual Tour de France this July on the virtual cycling platform, Zwift. Both teams are looking to make a real impact on the race, and you can watch every second of all six men's and women's stages live.

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Rosters for Virtual Tour de France

Rosters for Virtual Tour de France

As the elite peloton heads into totally uncharted waters next month with the first-ever Virtual Tour de France (every Saturday & Sunday, 4-19 July), Rally Cycling is proud to announce ti's rosters for both the men's and women's races. 

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What is Virtual Racing?

What is Virtual Racing?

Virtual racing is one of the fastest-growing segments of the sport of cycling. But what exactly is virtual racing? Why are those riders you see photos of on social media in so much pain, and so sweaty? How does it all work? Can anyone join in? And is it here to stay? Our guide has you covered.

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Zane Freebairn's Fundraiser Promotes Diversity in the Mechanic Industry

Zane Freebairn's Fundraiser Promotes Diversity in the Mechanic Industry

Rally Cycling mechanic Zane Freebairn has teamed up with the Professional Bicycle Mechanics Association (PBMA) for a unique and impactful fundraiser. Zane, who has used his time away from wrenching at bike races to learn the art of blacksmithing, committed to forging 50 knives for 50 donations to a new scholarship fund for BIPOC in the bicycle mechanic industry.

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Rob Britton Riding 300 Miles for Mental Health Charity

Rob Britton Riding 300 Miles for Mental Health Charity

Rob Britton is always planning his next bike andventure but his latest trip is a special one. Every pedal stroke will help raise funds for the WIRTH Foundation, a group that provides free mental health counseling sessions to those who cannot afford it. 

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Doebel-Hickok Climbs to Sixth in Stage 2 of V-Women's Tour

Doebel-Hickok Climbs to Sixth in Stage 2 of V-Women's Tour

Rally Cycling's Krista Doebel-Hickok made it into a select group of climbers on stage 2 of the V-Women's Tour, finishing in an impressive sixth place at the end of a challenging 35 km route. Leight Ann Ganzar, who finished inside the top 10 on the opening stage, suffered a software mechanical on the start line and was unable to regain contact with the front group. 

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Ganzar cruises to top 10 in V-Women's Tour Opener

Ganzar cruises to top 10 in V-Women's Tour Opener

At the end of a relentless 38 km opening stage of the V-Women's Tour, Leigh Ann Ganzar hammered home for eighth in the final sprint. The team was in the thick of it right from the start, with both Ganzar and Heidi Franz never far from the front of the action. Franz would finish 20th to keep both riders in contention for the general classification.

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Rally's Britton to Ride 300 Miles Along Vancouver Island for Mental health Fundraiser

Rally's Britton to Ride 300 Miles Along Vancouver Island for Mental health Fundraiser

"Rob Britton will tackle the longest bike ride of his life on the longest day of 2020. 

Britton, Rally Cycling's GC rider, plans to ride the length of Vancouver Island, from Victoria to Port Hardy, on Saturday. He's calling his ride the UpIslander." 

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Virtual Racing Continues at the ŠKODA V-Women's Tour

Virtual Racing Continues at the ŠKODA V-Women's Tour

Rally Cycling is preparing to take on the newly-created ŠKODA V-Women's Tour this week. 18 teams from the women's peloton will put forward three riders each to take on three days of virtual racing, June 17-19.

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What's Next for our Olympic Hopefuls?

What's Next for our Olympic Hopefuls?

Three women walk across a deserted complex, like a university campus where the students have been sent home for the summer. They are headed for the cafeteria, where they'll load up their plates and return back to their dorm rooms to eat in isolation. 

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From Adversity to Triumph - The Franz Family Cycling Story

From Adversity to Triumph - The Franz Family Cycling Story

"For those who know Heidi Franz, it's only natural that she has emerged as a talented all-rounder in just her third pro season. The motivation to push for that extra mile runs deep in her family thanks to an incredible role model: her father."

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Murphy and Beveridge hit the Airwaves

Murphy and Beveridge hit the Airwaves

Two-time US National Criterium Champion, John Murphy, and Olympic medalist Allison Beveridge joined Jason Lardy's "Blast Beats N Bicycles" podcast earlier this month to talk about how COVID-19 has affected their lives.

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The Breadman Cometh

The Breadman Cometh

In uncertain times, you always know where you stand with a hefty slab o'sourdough. That's why Rally Cycling rider, Robin Carpenter, has been getting as much of it as he can bake into the hands (and bellies) of the people of his home city, San Diego. 

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Ride With Us on Zwift

Ride With Us on Zwift

We may not be able to ride together in person but we can ride together virtually. Rally Cycling, in partnership with Zwift, is leading ten mid-day rides from May 18-22 in an effort to increase participation in the Tour For All. 

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Team Doctors Adapt and Serve During Pandemic

Team Doctors Adapt and Serve During Pandemic

During normal season, Rally Cycling's team doctors wear a lot of different hats. One moment they're treating road rash, the next they're advising via telephone on finding the right allergy medicines in Australia, or flying across the world to be with the team at races in Europe, South America or the Middle East. Now, with racing suspended for the foreseeable future, they are back at their 'day jobs', contending with something they've never seen before. 

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Healthy Habits Challenge: "Cut The Leash"

Healthy Habits Challenge: "Cut The Leash"

This week is all about letting go of our devices, learning to put them down, and taking in the world around us. 

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