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Lizzie Deignan on returning from pregnant pause to new Trek team

It is far from an everyday occurrence to sign up for a new cycling team while in your final trimester of pregnancy. However, the fact that Trek saw Lizzie Deignan’s impending motherhood as an opportunity, rather than a risk, spoke volumes to the former world champion about exactly why joining the new women’s cycling team … The post Lizzie Deignan on returning from pregnant pause to new Trek team appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Key moments at the 2018 Giro Rosa: Crashes, the Zoncolan and Grandmaís slippers

It was one of the toughest editions of the Giro Rosa we’ve seen. From those early days in pink for Team Sunweb, to the emergence of a new general classification powerhouse in Mitchelton-Scott, the most important women’s tour kept the excitement high throughout its 10 days. In this article we look back at some of … The post Key moments at the 2018 Giro Rosa: Crashes, the Zoncolan and Grandma’s slippers appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Shimano PD-A600 pedal review: Single-sided gravel goodness

Shimanoís single-sided PD-A600 SPD road pedal isnít new; far from it, in fact. First introduced in 2010, it was originally billed as an Ultegra-level alternative for roadies who wanted the stability of a traditional three-bolt system but the walking convenience of a recessed two-bolt cleat. Roadies are a finicky bunch, however, and so the A600 … The post Shimano PD-A600 pedal review: Single-sided gravel goodness appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Photo gallery: Tears of pain and joy on Tourís cobbled stage 9

Richie Porte (BMC) was the biggest casualty. Much like his then-teammate Chris Froome on stage 5 of the 2014 Tour de France, Porte crashed out before he even reached the cobblestones on yesterday’s stage 9 of the 2018 Tour. Stage 9 — the same stage Porte crashed out last year, too. Surely his bad luck … The post Photo gallery: Tears of pain and joy on Tour’s cobbled stage 9 appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Emerging from the shadows in Roubaix: Degenkolb proves a point

Itís been a long and winding road for John Degenkolb since his last success in Roubaix. On an April day in 2015 he stood atop the podium at the end of the toughest of the spring Classics, celebrating a huge win just weeks after taking Milan-San Remo. Two victories in one Classics season Thatís rare … The post Emerging from the shadows in Roubaix: Degenkolb proves a point appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Today at the Tour: Crashes, mechanicals, and the aftermath

The dust has settled. As expected, there were crashes. There were mechanicals. There were tears on the road, and tears on the podium. When contextualizing Stage 9 of the 2018 Tour de France, where to begin Letís start with the big picture: Although there were significant changes to the general classification after the pelotonís adventure … The post Today at the Tour: Crashes, mechanicals, and the aftermath appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


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Lizzie Deignan on returning from pregnant pause to new Trek team

It is far from an everyday occurrence to sign up for a new cycling team while in your final trimester of pregnancy. However, the fact that Trek saw Lizzie Deignan’s impending motherhood as an opportunity, rather than a risk, spoke volumes to the former world champion about exactly why joining the new women’s cycling team … The post Lizzie Deignan on returning from pregnant pause to new Trek team appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Key moments at the 2018 Giro Rosa: Crashes, the Zoncolan and Grandmaís slippers

It was one of the toughest editions of the Giro Rosa we’ve seen. From those early days in pink for Team Sunweb, to the emergence of a new general classification powerhouse in Mitchelton-Scott, the most important women’s tour kept the excitement high throughout its 10 days. In this article we look back at some of … The post Key moments at the 2018 Giro Rosa: Crashes, the Zoncolan and Grandma’s slippers appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Shimano PD-A600 pedal review: Single-sided gravel goodness

Shimanoís single-sided PD-A600 SPD road pedal isnít new; far from it, in fact. First introduced in 2010, it was originally billed as an Ultegra-level alternative for roadies who wanted the stability of a traditional three-bolt system but the walking convenience of a recessed two-bolt cleat. Roadies are a finicky bunch, however, and so the A600 … The post Shimano PD-A600 pedal review: Single-sided gravel goodness appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Photo gallery: Tears of pain and joy on Tourís cobbled stage 9

Richie Porte (BMC) was the biggest casualty. Much like his then-teammate Chris Froome on stage 5 of the 2014 Tour de France, Porte crashed out before he even reached the cobblestones on yesterday’s stage 9 of the 2018 Tour. Stage 9 — the same stage Porte crashed out last year, too. Surely his bad luck … The post Photo gallery: Tears of pain and joy on Tour’s cobbled stage 9 appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Emerging from the shadows in Roubaix: Degenkolb proves a point

Itís been a long and winding road for John Degenkolb since his last success in Roubaix. On an April day in 2015 he stood atop the podium at the end of the toughest of the spring Classics, celebrating a huge win just weeks after taking Milan-San Remo. Two victories in one Classics season Thatís rare … The post Emerging from the shadows in Roubaix: Degenkolb proves a point appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Today at the Tour: Crashes, mechanicals, and the aftermath

The dust has settled. As expected, there were crashes. There were mechanicals. There were tears on the road, and tears on the podium. When contextualizing Stage 9 of the 2018 Tour de France, where to begin Letís start with the big picture: Although there were significant changes to the general classification after the pelotonís adventure … The post Today at the Tour: Crashes, mechanicals, and the aftermath appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Garmin Edge Remote Control - 40-2856 - Accessories sku

- 40-2856 by Garmin

Item description: This Accessories Cycling Computers / Heart Rate Monitors product is by Garmin - Garmin Edge Remote Control. The Garmin Edge Remote Control lets you control your Garmin Edge 1000 GPS without removing your hands from the handlebar. 3-button design uses ANT+ wireless connectivity to mark laps, scroll through pages and choose from preset functions.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Garmin

Keywords: Cyclocomputer Accessories

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