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HT Leopard M1T pedal review

There are many brands offering two-bolt, walkable clipless pedals for cyclocross and gravel riding, but Shimano’s SPD design dominates the market with other companies such as Crankbrothers and Time occupying only minority positions. HT is a relatively young brand that’s been making waves, especially in the gravity-focused segments of mountain biking, thanks to a unique … The post HT Leopard M1T pedal review appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


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What happened? How Manuel Senni won the 2017 Colorado Classic

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Marianne Vos: ‘I’m not done yet’

It’s been a rough season for multi-discipline, multi-time world champion Marianne Vos. After a dominant cyclocross season, Vos entered the 2017 road season with a new team, WM3 Pro Cycling. But after just a few unsuccessful appearances in the early season, she pulled out of Tour of Flanders and Flèche Wallonne, and we didn’t see … The post Marianne Vos: ‘I’m not done yet’ appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


The oBike explosion: What it means for cycling, cities, and our data privacy

If you’ve spent any time in Melbourne’s inner suburbs lately you would have noticed them — yellow bikeshare bikes, often left haphazardly by the roadside rather than parked thoughtfully out of the way. Roughly 1,000 of the bikes, from Singapore-based company oBike, were deployed in Melbourne in July 2017 and have quickly become a talking … The post The oBike explosion: What it means for cycling, cities, and our data privacy appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Your Wednesday Daily News Digest

Supported by In today’s edition of the Daily News Digest: Gesbert takes stage one of the Tour du Limousin; Landa signs two-year contract with Movistar Team; Van Baarle signs on for two more years with Cannondale-Drapac; Terpstra continues with QuickStep Floors, Leezer with LottoNL-Jumbo; Lappartient says UCI should s...


10' Traditional Double-Sided Bike Rack (Holds 18 Bikes) - GAR-BRT-10D - Accessories sku

10' Traditional Double-Sided Bike Rack (Holds 18 Bikes) - GAR-BRT-10D by Gared Sports

Item description: This Accessories Racks product is by Gared Sports - Traditional Bike Racks are manufactured with heavy-gauge steel for long life while keeping the classic design that many parks prefer. Bike rack is double-sided, 10 feet long, with a capacity of 18 bikes. Main framework and horizontal rack rails are manufactured with 1 5/8 high-tensile galvanized steel pipe with end caps. Vertical rack rails are made of 1/2 diameter hot-dipped galvanized solid steel electrically welded to the horizontal rails. Finish is painted with a durable outdoor aluminum enamel to withstand environmental elements. Bright zinc-plated fasteners included. 1 year warranty.... Learn More

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