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Impey wins Tour Down Under; Giro dItalia picks wildcards: Daily News Digest

Supported by In today’s edition of the CT Daily News Digest: Impey wins Santos Tour Down Under, Greipel claims final stage; Van der Poel, Compton win Cyclocross World Cup in Nommay; Citing fever, Nibali withdraws from Vuelta a San Juan; Government of South Australia guarantees equal prize money at TDU; Dimensio...


Dimension Data boss: No room for Teklehaimanot, but hell have new team soon

Supported by While 2018 WorldTour racing has begun, Eritrean star Daniel Teklehaimanot is currently without a contract. However his former boss, Dimension Data for Qhubeka team manager Doug Ryder, told CyclingTips he expects Teklehaimanot to announce his signing with a new team soon. Teklehaimanot, who hails from D...


Daryl Impey wins Santos Tour Down Under, Andre Greipel claims final stage

ADELAIDE, Australia (CT) When it came to predicting a winner of the 2018 Santos Tour Down Under, one name was front of mind for most: defending champion Richie Porte (BMC). Porte did end the tour with the winning time, but he didnt win the race instead it was Daryl Impey (Mitchelton-Scott), courtesy of … The post Daryl Impey wins Santos Tour Down Under, Andre Greipel claims final stage appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Impey takes TDU lead on a countback, Porte takes fifth-straight Willunga win

WILLUNGA HILL, Australia (CT) It was no great surprise when Richie Porte (BMC) attacked on Willunga Hill and went on to win stage 5 of the 2018 Santos Tour Down Under. It was a surprise when Daryl Impey (Mitchelton-Scott) finished so closely behind so close in fact that the South African would end … The post Impey takes TDU lead on a countback, Porte takes fifth-straight Willunga win appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Sagan wins TDU stage 4, Lappartient wants Froome suspension: Daily News Digest

Supported by Peter Sagan survives Norton Summit to take TDU stage 4 and overall lead; Lappartient wants Sky to impose provisional suspension on Froome; European Court dismisses claim anti-doping whereabouts system violates human rights; Hansen talks about abuse from riders due to his CPA delegate role; Video: Sagan h...


Peter Sagan survives Norton Summit to take TDU stage 4 and overall lead

URAIDLA, Australia (CT) Peter Sagan (Bora-Hansgrohe) might have bigger targets later in the season but today, on stage 4 of the Santos Tour Down Under, the world champion showed hes a force to be reckoned with at any time of year. As temperatures soared to 42C in the Adelaide Hills, Sagan clung to an … The post Peter Sagan survives Norton Summit to take TDU stage 4 and overall lead appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


5' Traditional Single-Sided Bike Rack (Holds 4 Bikes) - GAR-BRT-5S - Accessories sku

5' Traditional Single-Sided Bike Rack (Holds 4 Bikes) - GAR-BRT-5S 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 single-sided, 5 ft long, with a capacity of 4 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+n++GP2 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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