Month: August 2019

With gravel racing taking off around the world it’s no surprise to hear that New Zealand’s premier gravel race the UCI 1.2 Gravel and Tar Classic along with the women’s 1.2 La Femme plus their Gran Fondo challenge the Slicks and Stones 100 is back again for 2020 bigger and better than ever. The 2019
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Astana‘s Alexey Lutsenko issued a statement of intent ahead of next month’s UCI Road World Championships in Yorkshire with a dramatic final-day victory at the Arctic Race of Norway on Sunday. The Kazakh champion toppled Warren Barguil (Arkea-Samsic) in a nail-biting battle on the finishing circuit in Narvik that came down to bonus seconds. Related
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Race Report: Belgian Ben Hermans of Israel Cycling Academy successfully fended off all challengers to earn the top prize at the 2019 Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah in front of huge crowds in Park City on Sunday. Hermans rode a masterful race to finish fourth on Stage 6 presented by Utah Sports Commission and
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Goodbye Velcro, see ya later category-specific clothing, and hello to a new glove storage option! Italy’s Dainese was back at Crankworx Whistler this year, showing off some of the clever innovations found in their 2020 product line.Advertisements While their protective pieces still use it, Dainese has ditched Velcro from their clothing, replacing it with a
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Canyon-SRAM are the current – and final – world team time trial champions as the UCI removed the discipline from the World Championships program in 2018 after seven years, replacing it with a mixed relay (three men, three women) for national teams. They were among the favourites ahead of Saturday’s PostNord Vårgårda WestSweden TTT but finished second
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Name: Jonathan HopwoodLocation: Oakland, CA, USAAge: Just hit the big 5-0Bike: 2016 Giant TCR Advanced SL 1Groupset: Shimano Ultegra 6870 Di2Wheels: Giant SLR0Pedals: Look Keo Blade 2 TiSaddle: Giant SLR Contact ForwardOther: Arundel MandibleWeight: 6.8Kg When did you buy it? March 2016 What made you choose this bike?It’s such a great all-round “GC” bike- light,
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Crankbrothers officially announced that they’re offering a Mixed version of their Synthesis carbon MTB wheels, using a 29″ front and 27.5″ rear diameter. Said to offer a perfect balance of fast rolling performance and grip up front, with lower rotational weight and tighter handling out back, the combination has been used this season for DH
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