CW LIVE: Primož Roglič confirmed for Giro d'Italia 2023; Track rider hits 2,271 watts; NCL announces first two teams; Van Aert to ride cyclo-cross Worlds; Sram and Oakley team up with Jumbo-Visma; Rwanda unveils pump track: Evenepoel eyes Pogačar showdown

Join us as we round up the day's cycling news

Sepp Kuss, Jonas Vingegaard and Tadej Pogačar on stage 18 of the 2022 Tour de France

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Hello and welcome to Thursday's Cycling Weekly live blog. Christmas is edging closer, but we're most excited about a potential transfer announcement for Mark Cavendish, which could come any day now. If that happens to be today, then you'll hear it first here. 


Italy to welcome first Tour de France Grand Départ

Introducing Team Jayco AlUla

Jumbo-Visma overhauls tech sponsors

Rwanda unveils state-of-the-art pump track

BMX dates for your calendar

Wout van Aert to race cyclo-cross Worlds in February 

UCI Track Champions League releases jaw-dropping data

Watch: Jumbo-Visma team presentation

Primož Roglič to ride Giro d'Italia in 2023, not Tour de France

US National Cycling League announces first two teams

Riding home for Christmas

Remco Evenepoel eyes Tadej Pogačar showdown at UAE Tour

That's all for today, folks. We'll be back in the New Year with more live blogs as we look ahead to next season's racing. 

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