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Marathon effort: The story behind the man who ran the Tour de France

Letís just get this out of the way right from the start: This is a story about a runner. His name is Peter Thompson and he really doesnít ride a bike too much these days. But he likes to cover long distances and he enjoys watching the Tour de France and heís a seeker of … The post Marathon effort: The story behind the man who ran the Tour de France appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Kuss can climb; Vos can corner; the Vueltaís twins: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: It was Sepp Kuss’ week to shine in Utah, Marianne Vos showed the world how to corner, and the Yates brothers are both heading to the Vuelta. Plus, a backflip. Story of the day: Sepp Kuss the climber Sepp Kuss didn’t...


Tech gallery: Moots factory tour

Moots is best known for its premium titanium bikes, all of which have been made by hand for over a quarter-century in the idyllic Colorado mountain town of Steamboat Springs. Going strictly by the numbers, nothing Moots produces can compete performance-wise with modern carbon fiber. But numbers arenít everything, and the timeless design, unique feel, … The post Tech gallery: Moots factory tour appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Why the best parts are missing from the Tokyo 2020 womenís road race course

Last week the UCI revealed a womenís road race course for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics that is markedly different from the menís. While the menís race will tackle the lower slopes of the iconic Mount Fuji (pictured above) and the steep ramps of Mikuni Pass, the womenís race ó while still challenging ó will skip … The post Why the best parts are missing from the Tokyo 2020 womenís road race course appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Trentin wins Euro champs; Ullrich leaves psychiatric hospital: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: In an interesting twist, the European road race championships ended with two cyclocross stars fighting for the title. The conditions in Glasgow certainly felt like cyclocross weather, as rain pelted the riders for nearly the en...


Ullrich taken to psychiatric hospital in Germany

Supported by Arrested just over a week ago in Mallorca and again this week after allegedly assaulting a prostitute, Jan Ullrich was taken to a psychiatric hospital on Friday. Ullrich had been detailed following the assault on the escort girl at the five-star Villa Kennedy Hotel in Frankfurt. Ullrich reportedly got in...


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Marathon effort: The story behind the man who ran the Tour de France

Letís just get this out of the way right from the start: This is a story about a runner. His name is Peter Thompson and he really doesnít ride a bike too much these days. But he likes to cover long distances and he enjoys watching the Tour de France and heís a seeker of … The post Marathon effort: The story behind the man who ran the Tour de France appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Kuss can climb; Vos can corner; the Vueltaís twins: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: It was Sepp Kuss’ week to shine in Utah, Marianne Vos showed the world how to corner, and the Yates brothers are both heading to the Vuelta. Plus, a backflip. Story of the day: Sepp Kuss the climber Sepp Kuss didn’t...


Tech gallery: Moots factory tour

Moots is best known for its premium titanium bikes, all of which have been made by hand for over a quarter-century in the idyllic Colorado mountain town of Steamboat Springs. Going strictly by the numbers, nothing Moots produces can compete performance-wise with modern carbon fiber. But numbers arenít everything, and the timeless design, unique feel, … The post Tech gallery: Moots factory tour appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Why the best parts are missing from the Tokyo 2020 womenís road race course

Last week the UCI revealed a womenís road race course for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics that is markedly different from the menís. While the menís race will tackle the lower slopes of the iconic Mount Fuji (pictured above) and the steep ramps of Mikuni Pass, the womenís race ó while still challenging ó will skip … The post Why the best parts are missing from the Tokyo 2020 womenís road race course appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Trentin wins Euro champs; Ullrich leaves psychiatric hospital: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: In an interesting twist, the European road race championships ended with two cyclocross stars fighting for the title. The conditions in Glasgow certainly felt like cyclocross weather, as rain pelted the riders for nearly the en...


Ullrich taken to psychiatric hospital in Germany

Supported by Arrested just over a week ago in Mallorca and again this week after allegedly assaulting a prostitute, Jan Ullrich was taken to a psychiatric hospital on Friday. Ullrich had been detailed following the assault on the escort girl at the five-star Villa Kennedy Hotel in Frankfurt. Ullrich reportedly got in...


Zfal Z-Console Iphone 4/4S/5/5C/5S Bike Mount - 40-2963 - Accessories sku

- 40-2963 by Zefal

Item description: This Accessories Cycling Computers / Heart Rate Monitors product is by Zefal - Zfal Z-Console iPhone 4/4S/5/5C/5S Bike Mount. Take your iPhone experience on the road or trail with Zefal's Z-Console. This innovative bike mount with silicone cradle protects your iPhone 4, 4S, 5, 5C or 5S from bumps and vibrations. Clear touch screen makes it easy to navigate your iPhone's GPS, Apps, favorite playlists, calls and more. 360 rotating bracket offers a horizontal or vertical view and features a quick-release mechanism for easy removal. Weatherproof construction is suitable in any condition.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Zefal

Keywords: Cyclocomputer Accessories

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