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China‚Äôs Cycling Market Projected to Reach $16.5B by 2026 (Front Office Sports) The world’s second-largest economy has seen a major cycling boom as pandemic-related gym closures continue and people avoid crowds. 
China’s cycling market is expected to reach $16.5 billion by 2026, according to Research and Markets. That’s a significant bump from last year, when the sport’s market was estimated to be between $12 billion to $15 billion.

Pandemic Fuels Sports Biking Boom in Cycling Nation China (Bloomberg) Beijing (AP) -- Lindsay Mo couldn’t go to her gym after Beijing shut down indoor sports facilities in May because of a coronavirus outbreak. So she started cycling — and soon fell in love with the sport.

Tour de France Ratings Signal Strong Interest in Women's Competition (Morning Consult Sports) Tour De France Femme kicked off in Paris on July 23rd for the first time in 33 years, with 144 women competing on 24 teams. Dutch cyclist Annemiek Van Vleuten won, but the more noteworthy development might be the preliminary TV results, which showed that the women's competition surpassed expectations.

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