Month: April 2019

Ibis Cycles turned 38 at the beginning of April, and to celebrate they’re launching the 4th generation Ibis Ripley full suspension mountain bike. It’s a new bird, flying straight into the popular lightweight trail bike category with fully modern features and geometry. Beyond the updated angles and lower, longer, slacker (yet also steeper) design, there’s
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USA Cycling has chosen the riders who will represent the US national team at the upcoming Amgen Tour of California, with veteran sprinter Travis McCabe (Floyd’s Pro Cycling) leading the seven-rider roster. Related Articles Lining up with McCabe when the seven-day race starts May 12 in Sacremento will be Aevolo’s Tyler Stites, Alex Hoen and
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Caffeine and CyclingWhether it is the actual use of caffeine as an ergogenic aid during cycling, or the social concept of the “coffee ride,” coffee culture is inextricably linked with cycling. It is even a viable retirement plan for ex-pros like fellow Canadian Christian Meier and his wife Amber, with their setting up a café
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1 Mathias Flueckiger (Swi) Swiss National Team 15:06:00   2 Odd Christian Eiking (Nor) Wanty-Gobert 15:07:00   3 Danilo Wyss (Swi) Dimension Data 15:08:00   4 Ilnur Zakarin (Rus) Katusha-Alpecin 15:09:00   5 Riccardo Zoidl (Aut) CCC Team 15:10:00   6 Victor Campenaerts (Bel) Lotto Soudal 15:11:00   7 Nathan Brown (USA) EF Education First
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Great Britain’s Tahnee Seagrave won the opening Downhill Mountain Bike World Cup race of the season with reigning champion Rachel Atherton in second. The 24-year-old clocked three minutes 25.8 seconds to win by more than a second from compatriot Atherton in Maribor, Slovenia. It earned Seagrave, who finished second in the overall standings last year,
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