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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. ...


To beat Sky, there has to be a willingness to try

There was a willingness to try, and maybe that’s all we can ask for Fifty-four long kilometers remained when Alejandro Valverde hit out. Part of the Roseland and all of the final climb to La Rosiere ahead. “Thinks he’s Froome, eh” someone joked in the press room. But it was all planned: feeds at the … The post To beat Sky, there has to be a willingness to try appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Today at the Tour: Tactics no match for Team Sky’s collective strength

For a brief moment, it looked as though Team Sky was in difficulty. On La Rosiere, the final of four categorized climbs on the relatively short Stage 11, Tom Dumoulin and Alejandro Valverde were 40 seconds up the road, and were closing in on the remnants of the day’s breakaway. Team Sky was lined up … The post Today at the Tour: Tactics no match for Team Sky’s collective strength appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Cavendish sent home; Nieve left empty-handed: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: On stage 11, “Lady Luck” of the Tour de France turned her back on a certain champion and demonstrated just how cruel she can be to the riders of the Grande Boucle. A brutal 108.5-kilometre stage, which included 48.3 kilometres ...


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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. ...


To beat Sky, there has to be a willingness to try

There was a willingness to try, and maybe that’s all we can ask for Fifty-four long kilometers remained when Alejandro Valverde hit out. Part of the Roseland and all of the final climb to La Rosiere ahead. “Thinks he’s Froome, eh” someone joked in the press room. But it was all planned: feeds at the … The post To beat Sky, there has to be a willingness to try appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Today at the Tour: Tactics no match for Team Sky’s collective strength

For a brief moment, it looked as though Team Sky was in difficulty. On La Rosiere, the final of four categorized climbs on the relatively short Stage 11, Tom Dumoulin and Alejandro Valverde were 40 seconds up the road, and were closing in on the remnants of the day’s breakaway. Team Sky was lined up … The post Today at the Tour: Tactics no match for Team Sky’s collective strength appeared first on CyclingTips. ...


Cavendish sent home; Nieve left empty-handed: Daily News Digest

Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: On stage 11, “Lady Luck” of the Tour de France turned her back on a certain champion and demonstrated just how cruel she can be to the riders of the Grande Boucle. A brutal 108.5-kilometre stage, which included 48.3 kilometres ...


Niterider Lumina 950 Led Headlight Combo - 40-5125 - Accessories sku

- 40-5125 by Niterider

Item description: This Accessories Cycling Lights product is by Niterider - NiteRider Lumina 950 LED Headlight Combo. Serious riding demands serious illumination. This high powered Niterider combo gives you a the Lumina 950 headlight and Solas 100 tail light--perfect for almost any riding conditions, whether on the road or the trail. The Lumina 950 features CREE LED's, the leading maker of high quality LED on the market to give you 6 levels of light output, from 950 lumens to a low level flash. The all-new Boost mode setting that lets you simply double click the power button from any light mode to immediately bring up your highest light output option with 950 lumens of brilliant white light. Plus, you'll always know where you stand with battery power, because the Lumina 950 features an OLED digital display lets you know battery percentages, actual run times, and more for each of the light mode settings, making it easier than ever to plan your rides. The Solas 100 tail light utilizes two powerful LED's with 4 modes (2 flash/2 steady) and includes a group ride mode that lets you stay visible without distracting/blinding the riders behind you. Both lights are USB rechargeable, feature compact form factors and are easy to install and remove from the bike.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Niterider

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