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Supported by In today’s Daily News Digest: Vuillermoz wins stage 2 of the Tour du Limousin; Kittel signs two-year contract with Katusha-Alpecin; Viviani to race for QuickStep Floors until end of 2019; Dimension Data confirms Vuelta lineup, Morton to make his debut; Warbasse, Denifl and Blythe lead Aqua Blue Sport in ...


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. ...


What happened? How Manuel Senni won the 2017 Colorado Classic

DENVER, CO (CT) — There were no TV pictures. Time gaps were unclear. It was not expected to be a stage where anyone would be able to ride away with the overall victory. Yet that’s exactly what BMC Racing’s Manuel Senni did on Stage 3 of the inaugural Colorado Classic Saturday on a large out-and-back loop, … The post What happened How Manuel Senni won the 2017 Colorado Classic 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. ...


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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...


Origins: How the AheadSet threadless headset changed bikes forever

Almost without fail, modern road bicycle headsets have identical configurations. From top to bottom, there’s a headset preload cap and bolt, a stem that clamps to the outside of the steerer tube, an upper headset cover and bearing seat (or race), a bearing, a head tube, another bearing, and another bearing seat. Several slight variations … The post Origins: How the AheadSet threadless headset changed bikes forever appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Sigma Sport Bc8.12 Ats Wireless Computer - 40-3856 - Accessories sku

Sigma Sport Bc8.12 Ats Wireless Computer - 40-3856 by Sigma Sport

Item description: This Accessories Cycling Computers / Heart Rate Monitors product is by Sigma Sport - Sigma Sport BC8.12 ATS Wireless Computer. The Sigma Sport BC8.12 ATS computer is one of the easiest to use, feature- rich cycling computers on the market today. With 8 functions and one button operation, the BC8.12 is ideal for cyclists of all stripes, from the competitive racer to the weekend adventurer. The large screen displays full text , and needs only one button to cycle through the different screens. Automatic start and stop functions mean that you don't even need to worry about it recording as you ride. Just turn it on and go, and the computer will take care of the rest. The BC8 also gives you the ability to track your speed, distance, max and average speed, and more.... Learn More

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