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Booze brands in the peloton

Cycling has a longstanding and undeniable relationship with beer and wine.

One of the leading WorldTour teams, , takes half of its name. In the weeks preceding the Dutch race, beer is a regular sight on the advertising hoardings at the Belgian Classics – and the Belgian love of combining bikes and beer is practically a national pastime.

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