Colombia Oro y Paz: Gaviria goes two for two

Fernando Gaviria has once again shown his fast legs in the Colombia Oro y Paz (2.1). The Colombian from Quick Step-Floors sprinted after more than 180 kilometers to the victory in Palmira, again for Manzana Postobon rider Juan Sebastián Molano and the Italian Matteo Malucelli (Androni-Sidermec-Bottecchia). Gaviria is now even stronger in the leader's jersey due to his stage victory. In contrast to yesterday, when a leading group formed immediately after the start, the game was closed today due to the high pace in the first race. This enabled leader Fernando Gaviria (Quick-Step Floors) to gather a few bonification seconds…

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Colombia Oro y Paz: Fernando Gaviria wins opening stage

The opening stage of the UCI 2.1 race Colombia Oro y Paz has been won by local Colombian cyclist Fernando Gaviria of team Quickstep. The 23 year old sprinter was the fastest of the bunch sprint in the streets of Palmira, finishing before Sebastian Molano (COL) and teammate Maximiliano Richeze (ARG). Stage one was a criterium of 9 laps in the student city of Palmira, and was as good as flat. The stage was a perfect showcase for the sprinters to show their speed, with Gaviria as the biggest favorite. The rider from Antioquia started the season well with stage…

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Dia sin carro in Bogota, what can you expect?

About 1.5 million cars, including private vehicles and motorcycles, will stop circulating next Thursday, February 1, in Bogota, on the occasion of a new Day without a car and without a motorcycle - Dia sin carro y moto. The day will begin at 5:00 in the morning and conclude at 7:30 in the evening. According to the District Department of Mobility, this time around 2.5 million bicycle users are expected to take to the streets, who will enjoy the 540 kilometers of bike paths arranged for the day. In the case of Transmilenio, the administration foresees an increase of 5%…

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