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  1. Peloton pays tribute to Michele Scarponi with applause at start of Liège-Bastogne-Liège (video)

    Riders mark the start of Liège-Bastogne-Liège with a round of applause for Michele Scarponi, who died after colliding with a truck on Saturday

    Peloton pay tribute to Michele Scarponi ahead of 2017 Liège-Bastogne-Liège
    Riders mark the start of Liège-Bastogne-Liège with a round of applause for Michele Scarponi, who died after colliding with a truck on Saturday
  2. Michele Scarponi, 1979-2017: a ‘devastating and sad loss’ to the cycling world

    Michele Scarponi's team and fellow professional riders give their tributes to the Italian, who died on Saturday after colliding with a truck on a training ride

    Michele Scarponi
    Michele Scarponi's team and fellow professional riders give their tributes to the Italian, who died on Saturday after colliding with a truck on a training ride
  3. Cycling world pays tribute to former Giro winner Michele Scarponi

    Cycling world reacts in shock but pays tribute to Michele Scarponi, who died aged 37

    Michele Scarponi on stage nine of the 2016 Tour de Suisse. Photo: Graham Watson
    Cycling world reacts in shock but pays tribute to Michele Scarponi, who died aged 37
  4. Astana rider Michele Scarponi dies after collision with truck on training ride

    Former Giro d'Italia winner dies while riding near his home

    Michele Scarponi at the 2016 Vuelta a España (Credit: Sunada)

    Astana rider Michele Scarponi, a former winner of the Giro d'Italia, has died following a collision with a truck while on a training ride this morning.
  5. New study says cycling 30 miles per week cuts heart disease and cancer risk in half

    The study says that commuting to work by bike can significantly cut the risk of conditions like heart disease and cancer

    Commuting by bike
    The study says that commuting to work by bike can significantly cut the risk of conditions like heart disease and cancer