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Mass exodus of sprinters; Nibali taken out by moto: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: It was a legendary day at the Tour for the final day in the Alps. Alpe d’Huez demonstrated why it is one of the most mythical climbs in cycling. The GC contenders laid it all on the line attacking relentlessly. Fans cheered, fa...


Today at the Tour: The audacity of Steven Kruijswijk

Who does that Who attacks a stacked breakaway group 73km from the finish line on a major mountain stage while sitting sixth overall at the Tour de France Who rides alone, across two Hors Categorie climbs in the Alps, with the all-star roster of Team Sky chasing behind Steven Kruijswijk does that. The 31-year-old Dutch … The post Today at the Tour: The audacity of Steven Kruijswijk appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Alpe d’Huez glory in yellow: Thomas wins stage 12 of the Tour de France

Having won Wednesday’s 11th stage and taken the yellow jersey, Geraint Thomas was again first to the line on Thursday’s stage to Alpe d’Huez. The Team Sky rider rode for Chris Froome on the final climb but was able to come back to him after his subsequent attack was snuffed out by Tom Dumoulin (Team … The post Alpe d’Huez glory in yellow: Thomas wins stage 12 of the Tour de France appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Cavendish pledges Tour return: ‘I’ll just try to come back stronger next year’

Supported by If there was any uncertainty about Mark Cavendish’s future in the sport after his disappointing Tour de France campaign, that has been dismissed by the Team Dimension Data rider. Speaking after he and teammate Mark Renshaw finished a long way outside the time cut on Wednesday’s 11th stage of the Tour, Ca...


Photo gallery: A brief but brutal second day in the Alps at the Tour

If we have to summarise the Tour’s eleventh stage in a sentence, it probably goes something like this: 108 kilometres, four thousand metres of climbing and numerous brave but ultimately futile attempts to unseat the Team Sky armada. But there’s plenty that brief summary doesn’t encapsulate in a spectacular second day’s racing through the Alps. … The post Photo gallery: A brief but brutal second day in the Alps at the Tour appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Eurobike 2018, part five: Bikes, bikes, bikes

If you’ve been following our coverage of the Eurobike show closely, you’d be forgiven for thinking that this year’s event was sorely lacking in complete bikes. To an extent, that’s true, as most of the bigger brands that once displayed here decided to opt out this time around, either in favor of their own in-house … The post Eurobike 2018, part five: Bikes, bikes, bikes appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


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Mass exodus of sprinters; Nibali taken out by moto: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: It was a legendary day at the Tour for the final day in the Alps. Alpe d’Huez demonstrated why it is one of the most mythical climbs in cycling. The GC contenders laid it all on the line attacking relentlessly. Fans cheered, fa...


Today at the Tour: The audacity of Steven Kruijswijk

Who does that Who attacks a stacked breakaway group 73km from the finish line on a major mountain stage while sitting sixth overall at the Tour de France Who rides alone, across two Hors Categorie climbs in the Alps, with the all-star roster of Team Sky chasing behind Steven Kruijswijk does that. The 31-year-old Dutch … The post Today at the Tour: The audacity of Steven Kruijswijk appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Alpe d’Huez glory in yellow: Thomas wins stage 12 of the Tour de France

Having won Wednesday’s 11th stage and taken the yellow jersey, Geraint Thomas was again first to the line on Thursday’s stage to Alpe d’Huez. The Team Sky rider rode for Chris Froome on the final climb but was able to come back to him after his subsequent attack was snuffed out by Tom Dumoulin (Team … The post Alpe d’Huez glory in yellow: Thomas wins stage 12 of the Tour de France appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Cavendish pledges Tour return: ‘I’ll just try to come back stronger next year’

Supported by If there was any uncertainty about Mark Cavendish’s future in the sport after his disappointing Tour de France campaign, that has been dismissed by the Team Dimension Data rider. Speaking after he and teammate Mark Renshaw finished a long way outside the time cut on Wednesday’s 11th stage of the Tour, Ca...


Photo gallery: A brief but brutal second day in the Alps at the Tour

If we have to summarise the Tour’s eleventh stage in a sentence, it probably goes something like this: 108 kilometres, four thousand metres of climbing and numerous brave but ultimately futile attempts to unseat the Team Sky armada. But there’s plenty that brief summary doesn’t encapsulate in a spectacular second day’s racing through the Alps. … The post Photo gallery: A brief but brutal second day in the Alps at the Tour appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Eurobike 2018, part five: Bikes, bikes, bikes

If you’ve been following our coverage of the Eurobike show closely, you’d be forgiven for thinking that this year’s event was sorely lacking in complete bikes. To an extent, that’s true, as most of the bigger brands that once displayed here decided to opt out this time around, either in favor of their own in-house … The post Eurobike 2018, part five: Bikes, bikes, bikes appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Garmin Vector 2 Pedal-Based Power Meter - 40-4263 - Accessories sku

- 40-4263 by Garmin

Item description: This Accessories Cycling Computers / Heart Rate Monitors product is by Garmin - Garmin Vector 2 Pedal-Based Power Meter. The original Garmin Vector pedal was a revolution in power meter design. Crank-based and wheel-based power meters are great, but sometimes they can be difficult to install, or take from bike to bike. The Garmin Vector solved a lot of those issues by moving the power meter to the pedals. Not only do the Garmin Vector pedals make the power experience more accessible, with an easy-to-install set up that you can quickly move to another bike, but they also changed how power is measured, by allowing power output to be measured independently for the right and left foot. The Garmin Vector 2 keeps all those same great features, but represents a worthy upgrade on the originals. Gone is the original inbuilt power sensing pod, replaced with a modular , replaceable version that offers a few great features. First of all, installation is now a lot easier, since the pod now installs after the pedal. That means you just install the pedal on to the crank like you normally would, then you attach the pod afterwards--allowing you to perfectly position and calibrate it. This modular design almost means that you can upgrade the system in the future as new pods are released. This means that the upgrade cost for a new or replacement power meter is much less than for other systems. Garmin also improved the left/right power readouts with CyclingDynamics, which lets you use a compatible ANT+ Garmin computer to view power phase, seated/standing power output, platform center offset, and more. This allows you to really deconstruct the particulars of your riding to better understand how you ride, and where you can train to make improvements. An all-new status LED light makes it easy to set up and run diagnostics on the system for easier maintenance.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Garmin

Keywords: Power Meters / Electronics

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Category: Cycling Computers / Heart Rate Monitors

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